Peanut butter sandwich bread. Say hello to snack time.
This peanut butter bread is almost like eating a gigantic peanut butter cookie, but with the texture of bread and a little less sweet. That’s right: this ain’t just a boring ol’ piece of peanut butter toast. It’s a piece of peanut-butter-peanut-butter-toast. Not for the faint of heart. But I think you all, my peanut butter loving friends, can more than handle it. This peanut butter bread is a quick bread (review reasons on why you should bake quick bread here), meaning there’s no yeast involved, so I don’t want to hear about anyone too scared to try it. Have I convinced you yet? Or do I need to tell you, yet again, how it tastes like a gigantic soft peanut butter cookie? Yes, I just said “slabs of dark chocolate”. My ideal party would involve this bread being served with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff, with mugs of this on the side. Wanna come? Peanut Butter Sandwich Bread makes 1 loaf Print this recipe! Ingredients: Nutella Cinnamon Rolls.
May 10, 2011 | Print | E-mail | Filed under bread, nutella There are some days that I just lose my appetite.
It might be because of my mood, or that nothing sounds good, or that I’m in a food rut again and need to spice things up a bit. When my appetite comes back though, what I’m inevitably craving is some sort of comfort food. Yesterday happened to be one of those days, and by the end of the day all I could think about was a warm cinnamon roll fresh from the oven. Fortunately, over the weekend I whipped up a batch of my go-to recipe…only this time, I halved the recipe so that I’d only get 3 pans of rolls instead of 6. 2 cups whole milk1/2 cup vegetable oil1/2 cup sugar2 1/4 tsp active dry yeast5 1/2 cups flour, divided1/2 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp baking soda1/2 tsp salt1 stick butter1/2 cup nutellaCinnamon For the glaze (for three 8″ pans of rolls): 3 cups powdered sugar6 Tbsp milk In a large pot, whisk together the milk, vegetable oil, and sugar.
4 Star Umrah Packages. Fictional planets of the Solar System. The fictional portrayal of our Solar System has often included planets, moons, and other celestial objects which do not actually exist in reality.
Some of these objects were, at one time, seriously considered as hypothetical planets which were either thought to have been observed, or were hypothesized in order to explain certain celestial phenomena. Often such objects continued to be used in literature long after the hypotheses upon which they were based had been abandoned. Other non-existent Solar System objects used in fiction have been proposed or hypothesized by persons with no scientific standing, while yet others are purely fictional and were never intended as serious hypotheses about the structure of the Solar System. Vulcan Counter-Earth Main article: Counter-Earth Counter-Earth was a hypothetical planet sharing an orbit with Earth, but on the opposite side of the Sun (and hence always invisible from Earth).
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That’s the idea behind Envisioning Technology's massive infographic (PDF), which maps the future of emerging technologies on a loose timeline between now and 2040. Click to enlarge. On it you’ll find predictions about everything from artificial intelligence and robotics to geoengineering and energy. Mouse over the entries for blurbs describing them and links to more information; you won’t find much more than a Wikipedia page explanation, but that’s plenty helpful for the uninitiated. In 30 years, it will also be a great reference for where we thought we might end up. You can download a PDF for free, or--should you want to track our progress toward artificial photosynthesis and space-based solar power by X-ing out accomplishments on your wall--purchase a poster version here.
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How to Control Multiple Computers with a Single Keyboard and Mouse.