PEANUT BUTTER AND CHOCOLATE MUFFINS

Somewhere along the way, I picked up the belief that it’s completely fine to have chocolate for breakfast as long as it’s served in an appropriate breakfast way. So basically brownies for breakfast = bad, but chocolate muffins for breakfast = totally okay! If some peanut butter gets added to the mix it’s even better – peanut butter is absolutely …

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Italian Hot Chocolate – Thick and Decadent

Hot chocolate is the ultimate, comforting drink to curl up with on the couch with a cozy blanket, fluffy socks and a good movie. At this time of year, it’s one of my favourite things to do, especially when it’s bitterly cold outside. I first tried this sweet treat when I was young and on holiday in Milan with my …

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CHOCOLATE GANACHE TARTS

Well…..12 hours from now I will be living it up at my kids’ school…..dancing the night away at the annual “Blizzard Ball”. Are you jealous? Typically, I’d be trying to think of any which way to get Jorden to take them instead of me…..but to be perfectly honest, tonight I’m kind of looking forward to it! It’s a night out, …

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Matcha Custard Tart with Chocolate Crust

As the evening wore on .. I couldn’t help but notice .. the best parts weren’t found in everyone’s openers .. but instead .. the many elements of surprise each brought with them He and his wife live a few houses down .. retired after a long career with the Post Office. Surely they wouldn’t tell stories that made everyone …

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SLOW COOKER HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE CHICKEN

Foster Farms is a player in the “New Comfort Food” movement which looks to take recipes out of the box, use local, fresh and high quality products (which by the way are antibiotic free) and change the way you think of comfort food. Gone is the old school Sweet and Sour Chicken takeout and here today is an amazing Slow …

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Homemade Caesar Dressing

As a kid, I was fairly vegetable shy, and Caesar salad is one of the first I legitimately enjoyed. Caesar salads are also the first pile of greens that Ben deemed as something other than “a waste of stomach space.” Although I still love Caesar dressing’s garlicky flavor and decadent texture, I often shy away from ordering Caesar salads when …

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Lemon Gingersnap Posset – A Lemon Pudding to Die For

This lemon posset seems too good to be true. Not only does it feature a rich, thick, luxurious texture, and intense, clean citrus taste, but it’s also egg-free, starch-free, and gelatin-free. As if that wasn’t enough, it only takes three ingredients, and could not be easier to make. Notwithstanding its calorie count, this may be the perfect special occasion dessert. …

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ARTICHOKE HUMMUS

Eat this dip without guilt! Artichokes and chickpeas are both healthy ingredients as are the rest of the ingredients.  A quarter cup of this dip has only 88 cal, 3 g pro, 9 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 4.5 g fat (.5 sat), 172 mg sodium.  Serve it with fresh veggies, pita chips, whole-grain crackers or Beanitos. 1 can (14-oz) …

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Beetroot Walnut Loaf with Red Wheat

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com A delicious quick bread made with beetroot, walnuts, raisins and freshly milled red wheat sweetened with maple syrup. The pureed beetroot gives this loaf a unique flavor and makes it extremely moist. Make the most of beetroot season and bake this delicious beet walnut bread! 80 g Ghee, melted 150 g Maple syrup 50 …

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Pumpkin, Walnut And Date Muffin Recipe

Pumpkin, Walnut and Date Muffins make a perfect snack A perfect muffin for the fall/winter season. Filled with dates and walnuts, this recipe makes a perfect snack for the kids’ lunches.Makes 12 1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour3/4 cup brown sugar1 teaspoon baking powder1/2 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/2 teaspoon ground ginger1/4 teaspoon ground allspice1/2 teaspoon

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