When I first saw this recipe, I found it hard to believe that you could make bread from two ingredients. But, I decided to give it a try and, to my amazement, it worked! Now, keep in mind that this is bread , not cake. The flavors will be subtle and mildly sweet, perfect for a dollop of sweetened butter or your favorite preserves. This recipe is from Southern Living's 1001 Ways to Cook Southern , copyright 2010. According to the recipe's notes, any flavor can be used but low-fat ice cream had disappointing results.
Friday, March 23, 2012 2 Ingredient Flourless Nutella Cake I am so so so excited to share this recipe with you today. Yes, it’s only 2 ingredients.
T here is this little Deli by Himself’s office we like to go for lunch once in a great while, mostly because it is close and we can walk there. My favorite dish that they offer is the Kale Salad with a touch of toasted sesame oil that makes you forget you are eating very healthy super greens. It is the one dish that made me finally like Kale, and I mean really like it. With the kale lightly blanched and tossed with this flavorful dressing, with a few bits of yellow or red pepper, and crunchy strips of red onion, this dish is very refreshing on a hot summer day- or any day at that.
Mason Jar Meal Tip #3: Design beautiful mason jar meal options for your family before leaving town. F eed them. That’s the secret.
H ave you ever made a recipe that made you want to run out in your front yard and yell “I just made the best lunch ever!”? That happened when I made this stir-fry yesterday. My friend Rob invited me to join him on a new culinary journey with a group of folks cooking their way through Grace Young’s Stir-frying to the Sky’s Edge on Wok Wednesdays . I am very excited to be a part of this group since it lines up wonderfully with the paleo lifestyle.
M y guess is that most of you would call these bun-less burgers. OK, I’ll give you that, but they are nice paleo, protein-packed alternatives to the classic English Muffin Pizza. When I am out and about running errands, I can guarantee at some point my blood sugar is going to bottom out and I will need to get food in me stat, therefore I am trying to create more “small plate” on the go meals, snacks, and even recovery meals. Hey Ellen, these are great recovery meals! My kids do not want to be paleo, they remind us of that at almost every meal. When I placed these in front of them they yelled, “Hey, these are paleo!”
Just like “on a stick”, everything gets infinitely cuter when layered inside a mason jar and tied with a simple ribbon or tag . Favors are no exception! So make these delicious fruity pies in mini mason jars (or regular size!) then sit back and listen to your guests “ooh” and “aah” over how darn cute you are!
UPDATE: You can VOTE FOR ME HERE , if you’re so inclined. I love mason jars. They are perfectly portioned, retro, convenient, and reusable. They are affordable, accessible, versatile and stylish. They contain, shake, serve and store. And they travel.
I’m starting to get the feeling that, when my surgeon told me my recovery from surgery would be 6-8 weeks, he wasn’t joking! I am doing quite well, all things considered… And, I am gradually feeling better each day, but there is still quite a long road in front of me! So, I am feeling especially blessed by all of my great blogger friends who are stopping by here to help me out with all of these guest posts. I’m sure I don’t need to introduce Jamie from My Baking Addiction … If you are anything like me, you probably visit her site regularly and just stare at her gorgeous photos and stunning desserts! While it’s hard to pick just a few, some of my favorites are her Thin Mint Pie and Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bars !
Oh friends. Hi. How are you? Judging from the above picture, you can assume I’m doing well. I’m not going hungry, that’s for sure.
I’m fairly certain that I’ve discussed my lack of love for the great outdoors , so it’s safe to say you’ll never hear me writing about long hikes in the woods or camping anywhere other than on a deck chair at a five star resort (Hey, I can dream, right?). Not to say that I am not fond of the fresh air and scenery, I just like to keep a screen between me and the bugs. Needless to say, I don’t last long at picnics in the park or anywhere outdoors for that matter .
My sister-in-law Missy first introduced me to the concept of fruit pizza years and years ago, and here’s how: she brought one to my house and I proceeded to eat the whole thing. But it was small. And I was nursing. My mammary glands made me do it.
I’m sure you’ve heard of cakes that you make in a microwave in MINUTES. I have to admit the first time I saw a recipe for one I was skeptical. I mean how can you make a cake in just a few minutes in the microwave?
My mother used to make this cake as I was growing up and although its not difficult to make, its still something rather special. The simplicity comes from using the actual yoghurt carton to measure out the rest of the ingredients! I make it now whenever I want cake but of the plain and simple variety. The beauty of this cake is that you can use any yoghurt flavour, full fat or low fat and you end up with an excellent cake every time.