Easy Homemade Caramel Corn - Two Sisters. We’ve tried a lot of recipes looking for good, Easy Homemade Caramel Corn that doesn’t use corn syrup.
We’ve finally found one that we love. This popcorn tastes amazing … buttery and caramel-y just the way it should. And no corn syrup required! And it could not be easier to make. It has quickly risen up the list of most requested family treats! Start with approximately 10 cups of popcorn. Melt 1 cup of butter in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Add 1 cup of light brown sugar and stir until thoroughly mixed. Stirring continuously, bring the butter and sugar mixture up to a boil on medium heat. At the 5 minute mark, add the 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda. Drizzle the caramel mixture over the popcorn. Pour the popcorn out onto a cookie sheet covered with aluminum foil or a silpat liner. Allow the Easy Homemade Caramel Corn to cool prior to serving. Buttery Caramel Popcorn Recipe (without Corn Syrup)
Pizza. Vegan. כרוב ממולא באורז פיסטוקים ונענע - מטבח מקומי. ניתן למצוא ממולאי כרוב הרחק בהיסטוריה, בקרב עמים רבים, בעידן שבו מגוון המזון היה צנוע, אבל באיכות משובחת.
ומהמעט שהיה ייצרו בסבלנות מרובה ובכבוד סירי ממולאים מפוארים. וכזה הוא גם הסיר שלפנינו, חגיגי ויפיפה, עתיר בטעמי אביב ריחניים, אשר עם מעט סבלנות ואהבה מצדכם יחזיר לכם הרבה גאווה ממעשה ידכם. Keepers. Pesach. Tofu. Air Fryer. Thanksgiving. Your One-Day Blood Sugar Bliss Meal Plan: BBQ Kidney Bean Kale Burger.
Chips. Breads. 4 Plant-Based Mason Jar Meals For A Lighter Lunch. Sure, we're all into the idea of packing a healthy lunch to bring to work.
But between the unappealing Tupperware, figuring out which items may or may not get soggy, what food should be packed separately to not spoil everything else, etc., $10 for a mediocre sandwich/salad at the deli suddenly seems like a great deal. The following four options, with fresh, plant-based ingredients stacked strategically in pretty glass jars, will change the way you feel about packed lunches. And just in time for the start of summer. Burrito Bowl Jar Serves 2 Ingredients 1 large or 2 small tomatoes, chopped ½ red onion, finely chopped 3-4 sprigs cilantro, finely chopped ¼ jalapeño, de-seeded and finely chopped 2 limes ½ small can black beans, drained and rinsed 1 ear of corn 1 ripe avocado handful of corn tortilla chips 2-3 tablespoons regular or vegan sour cream ½ cup chopped Romaine lettuce sea salt olive oil Preparation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Grilled Vegetable + Quinoa Jar Serves 2 1. 2. 3. 4. The Cleansing Power Of Beets: 10 Delicious Recipes For A Healthier Liver. The liver is the vital organ that filters and detoxifies the blood that comes through the digestive track before it reaches the rest of the body.
Basically, it figures out what is beneficial and what's waste from all the stuff you consume. This is no small feat, which is why it's nice to help the liver out from time to time with foods that aid its detoxifying powers. Enter the beet. Beets are a high-antioxidant vegetable that contain a number of nutrients that have been shown to be cleansing and detoxifying. A few of these include betaine, which helps the liver cells eliminate toxins; pectin, a fiber which clears the toxins that have been removed from the liver so they don't reincorporate back into the body; and betalains, pigments with high anti-inflammatory properties to encourage the detoxification process. Plus, they're delicious. 1. A Complete 1-Day Plan Of Cleansing & Warming Vegan Meals. A Healthy, French Twist On Lasagna January is a great time to detox after a period of extravagance, travel or your grandmother's special chocolate pecan pie.
It's also the perfect time to make — realistic! — New Years resolutions, Read I often hear from friends and clients that they love following a vegan or vegetarian diet in the summer but they struggle to remain plant-based once the colder months roll in. I completely understand why. Warming Baked Oatmeal With Pears & Cinnamon. Make use of seasonal juicy pears, spicy cinnamon and hearty oats in this warming baked oatmeal that serves a crowd while keeping their bellies full and nourished.
You can even prep this oatmeal the night before (just leave out the pecans till the next morning) and pop it in the oven when you wake up. Pear & Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal Ingredients. A Healthier Latke With Sweet Potatoes + Tofu Sour Cream. Kenden Alfond, founder of the beautiful new website Jewish Food Hero, lends us her Sweet + Savory Mini Latkes, which you can make for a healthier, more plant-based Hanukkah.
Sweet + Savory Mini Latkes ￼￼￼Tools large mixing bowl baking sheet parchment paper. 2-Day Clean Eating Plan To Reboot Between The Holidays. Here's a delicious 2-day meal plan with easy-to-make recipes that will help you reset after the holiday.
The recipes are all vegan and gluten-free. They are portioned for one person so feel free to double or quadruple for the whole family. Smashed Berry + Vanilla Jam : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. How To Roast Chestnuts : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. How To Roast Chestnuts Posted by Teresa Cutter on Sunday, April 15, 2012 · 12 Comments I’ve been in love with chestnuts most of my life.
My great Aunty used to roast them in the oven for me and my sister when I was young and serve them with cinnamon roasted pumpkin or free range roasted chicken where she made a stuffing made from chestnuts, caramalised onions and pear. I also love to cook them over a BBQ when I’m entertaining friends. They only have a short season and autumn is the perfect time to enjoy them fresh. There is a secret to roasting chestnuts that many of you may not know. How To Cook Quinoa : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. How To Cook Quinoa Perfectly Every Time Posted by Teresa Cutter on Wednesday, March 21, 2012 · 27 Comments Quinoa is one of the most delicious, gluten free, high protein seeds out there.
This power packed super food has a lovely neutral flavour, with earthy undertones that makes the perfect canvas for just about any dish you want to create. What I love about it is that quinoa is quick to cook, around 15 minutes so you can create a healthy meal without any fuss in the kitchen. It has a delicate and nutty flavour which is very addictive and I often can’t put down the spoon once I’ve started eating it.
Dukkah – Egyptian Spice Mix : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Dukkah – Egyptian Spice Mix Posted by Teresa Cutter on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 · 7 Comments Dukkah is an Egyptian spice blend made from roasted nuts, seeds and spice. I love making my own Healthy Chef combinations so that I can sprinkle onto garden salads, skinny dips and just simply have on hand to accentuate favourite meals. It works beautifully with Moroccan baked organic eggs, cinnamon roasted sweet potato or veggie burgers topped with beetroot relish and a crunchy salad. I’m not a fan of store bought versions as they are not as moorish like the ones you make yourself, plus most are WAY TOO SPICY for my palate.
Traditional basic ingredients include a base of nuts such as almond, pistachio, walnuts, hazelnut, cashew, pine nuts or macadamia. What’s great about it: Macadamias and almonds naturally contain antioxidants like manganese, vitamin E and zinc which neutralise or scavenge substances called free radicals which would otherwise damage cells. Dairy Free Milks : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Dairy Free Milks Posted by Teresa Cutter on Thursday, July 26, 2012 · 29 Comments When I design my recipes, I always try to cater for people who have intolerances to foods.
I first discovered how to make these delicious dairy free milks when I visited Kamalaya, my favorite wellness retreat in Koh Samui. I often enjoy a wonderful bircher museli for breakfast made with raw seeds, nuts, fruits and topped with a delicious almond milk. Nut and seed milks are a delicious lactose-free alternative to traditional dairy. Lactose Intolerance is the inability to properly digest a sugar called lactose, found in dairy products such as milk, soft cheese and cream.
Fermented dairy such as yoghurt and kefir with live cultures can normally be tolerated by people who are lactose intolerant as the bacteria in yoghurt digests the milk sugar for you. Cashew Cream with Tahitian Vanilla : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Cashew Cream with Tahitian Vanilla Posted by Teresa Cutter on Thursday, February 6, 2014 · 14 Comments I make my lush cashew cream on a weekly basis and love to spoon it over seasonal fruits, add to smoothies or fold through my bircher muesli made from apple, blueberry and a hint of cinnamon.
For me it’s comfort food loaded with health benefits. A touch of vanilla takes the cream to the next level of yumminess. What’s great about it: Cashews are high in the amino acid tryptophan which helps to make serotonin – the FEEL GOOD hormone responsible for feelings of wellbeing and feeling great! Caramelised Onions : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Blueberry Jam : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Blueberry Jam Posted by Teresa Cutter on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 · 26 Comments Here is a quick healthy blueberry jam recipe that won’t spike your blood sugar and is perfect topped onto my almond and vanilla scones. Most traditional jams are made from 1 part fruit to 1 part sugar, then reduced down for about an hour or until thick and syrupy.
My version is basically just fruit, scented with a hint of vanilla, lemon and honey or stevia. This all goes into a small pot and simmered over a low heat until the moisture starts to release from the blueberries and forms a gorgeous shade of midnight blue. Almond Milk : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Almond Milk Posted by Teresa Cutter on Saturday, July 16, 2011 · 29 Comments I first discovered the benefits of these amazing milks when i first visited Kamalaya my favorite wellness retreat in Koh Samui.
Polish Sauerkraut : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Polish Sauerkraut Posted by Teresa Cutter on Monday, March 17, 2014 · 19 Comments I was brought up on sauerkraut. My Great Polish Aunt was a specialist sauerkraut maker and I remember us as kids always having it with our meals. The sour flavour comes from the process of lacto-fermentation, similar to the pickling of cucumbers. But instead of soaking the cabbage in a vinegary brine solution, sauerkraut preparation requires only salt and the lactic acid bacteria already present on raw cabbage. Most of us buy our kraut from the supermarket.
What’s great about it: Probiotics are live micro-organisms (good bacteria) that reside in the gut. Poached Organic Chicken Salad with Pistachio + Lemon Parsley Mint Salsa Verde : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Nacho Beans : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Nacho Beans. Winter Warming Porridge With Chai Aromatics : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Vegetable Spaghetti : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Vegetable Spaghetti. How To Peel + Enjoy A Pomegranate : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. WHITE SAUCE – 10 Ways : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Gluten Free Sweetcorn Fritters : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Earth Burgers : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter.
A Salad To Naturally Curb Your Sugar Cravings. A great way to build up a natural defense against the temptation to consume sugar is to fill your diet with naturally sweet plant-based dishes such as this one. Fast, Cheap & Easy: 3 Fall Taco Dinners To Make Now. Cauliflower Fried Rice With Turmeric, Ginger + Tamari Roasted Almonds : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Granola : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Mung Bean Dhal : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Egg White + Greens Frittata : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter.
Apple + cinnamon porridge – gluten free : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. Fish In A Bag : The Healthy Chef – Teresa Cutter. 3 Whole Grains You Should Probably Eat More Often (With Recipes) A Resetting + Cleansing Vegan Veggie Bowl.