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If you don’t want to read the whole recipe here is the short version: Take dough, cut apples, wrap apples in dough, bake until cooked, don’t fuc* it up, the end Image source Here is what you need : 1 Pkg puff pastry which has been thawed in the refrigerator, 8 small tart apples, 1 fresh lemon, 8 TBS sugar, 2 TBS cinnamon, 1 egg for egg wash, extra sugar and preheat your oven to 400 degrees Image source Step 2: Put a pot with water on heat and let it boil, meanwhile cut the apples into thin slices and add them to the pot with the lemon juice then turn the heat off , put a lid on the pot and let the apples steam for a minute. Now take a sheet of puff pastry and place it on a well-floured surface, Brush the pastry with the egg wash, sprinkle it with 4 TBS of sugar and 1 TBS of cinamon, now cut a 1 inch strip along the long side of the puff pastry and place the apple slices that they will slightly overlap each other and start rolling the pastry –ad– Source: Imgur | Cooking with Manuela Related:  Party Horderves

Apple Roses Impress your guests with this beautiful rose-shaped dessert made with lots of soft and delicious apple slices, wrapped in sweet and crispy puff pastry If you are a Pinterest fanatic and enjoy browsing through all the delicious food selection like I do, I'm sure you have seen photos of this amazing dessert. And for all the cinnamon lovers out there, don't forget to sprinkle your apples with as much (or as little) cinnamon as you wish.You will be surprised by how easy is to make this simply beautiful dessert. You might also like: Ingredients: to make 6 roses 1 sheet of Pepperidge Farm puff pastry, thawed2 red apples (I used red delicious)juice of half lemon1 tablespoon of flour, to sprinkle the counter3 tablespoons of apricot preservecinnamon powdered sugar for decorating (optional) Preparation time: about 20 minutes to prepare, plus 45 minutes to bakeDirections: 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Sprinkle with powder sugar and enjoy!

21 Creative Breakfast Toasts That are Boosting Your Energy Levels Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s the first food you eat in a day that will give you energy that could keep you working properly for hours. Instead of eating unhealthy foods, that aren’t in fact helping you, and besides not being healthy, your body uses huge amount of energy just to digest them. Studies show that people who skip breakfast have problems with concentration at work, weight and heart disease.These breakfast toast ideas will give you what you need so you can enjoy a healthy and full of energy body. From classic combinations to sweet and salty ones, you will love these ideas and who doesn’t love toast? Photo courtesy: buzzfeed. Keep being AllDayChic!

An Unorthodox Method Of Making Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream When I first encountered this recipe, I couldn't help but raise my eyebrows with skepticism. Combining bananas and spinach seemed more likely to result in some sort of healthy smoothie than in mint chocolate chip ice cream. After watching, however, I'm more than a little curious about what it tastes like. She even mentions that her daughter ate this ice cream for breakfast, and since children tend to be harsh food critics, I'm intrigued. This recipe comes to us from Dani Spies, a fitness and weight loss coach who runs CleanAndDelicious.com. On her website, she describes her approach to health as "whole-istic," taking into account how the connection between the mind, body, and emotional well-being play into a person's happiness. Learn how to make this unique ice cream in the video below, and sound off in the comments section about whether or not you would try this at home.

Candy Cane French Toast Kabobs - Clean and Scentsible These Candy Cane French toast kabobs are quick and easy to whip up and would make a fun and delicious Christmas breakfast idea for Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. With two weeks to go until Christmas, it’s time to start planning out those Christmas menus! Today I’m joining Jo-Anna from A Pretty Life and some of my favorite foodies, to share our favorite Christmas breakfast ideas with you. I made up some of these candy cane French toast kabobs and have a few ideas from our previous years’ Christmas Eve breakfasts as well. Ever since I can remember, we have always had cinnamon buns and a wife saver casserole for breakfast on Christmas Day. I don’t know why I never make it any other time of the year, but it’s just one of those things that I save especially for Christmas. Once our kids were born, however, Dave and I wanted to start a few new Christmas traditions of our own. {These banana Santas are also requested for class Christmas treats as well!} Stacked Christmas Tree Pancakes Apple Tree

Mini Chicken Pot Pie Bites | Savory Style Growing up I was no stranger to chicken pot pies. Granted, the ones my mom and I loved to eat were those packaged Marie Callender’s frozen meals that you stick in the oven, but they were delicious nonetheless and would bake up to flaky perfection. I remember carefully picking out all the peas (which I considered little squishy balls of doom at the time) and ration out the perfect crust-to-filling ratio for every bite. But wait! And in fact, I’ve got something even better going for my taste buds. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there’s been a craze going on for mini everything. It’s turning into a new obsession and I decided to capitalize on my newfound inspiration by coming up with the perfect combination of comfort food and bite-sized portions. Anyways, getting back to these little love bites. Seriously, though, can anything beat a warm chicken pot pie?

Stuffed Bread Intro Sometimes the most delicious dishes don’t have the most appetizing names, like brown butter for example. If you had never had brown butter but just knew about it from its deceptively “blah” name you would have no idea that brown butter is quite simply one of the most amazing smells/tastes known to man. Rather than being a rancid blob of butter that has transformed its shade due to age or intriguing forms of mold, brown butter has the aroma of toasted nuts and the ability to transform whatever it touches into a completely new taste. As soon as the milk solids are cooked and begin to caramelize you are nearly punched in the face with an aroma that is both comforting in its familiarity and exciting as it is unlike anything you’ve tasted. I didn’t really mean to come here to talk about brown butter rather, Stuffed Bread. What’s better than homemade bread? If you are a creative type then you will especially love this recipe because really what it is is an idea. Stuffed Bread olive oil

CREPES - gluten free I love crepes. I thought today I would suprise Taylor when she comes home for lunch with some yummy chocolate crepes. This is my first time attempting them gluten free. You can fill these with your favorite ingredients, from sweet to savory. 1 egg 3/4 cup milk 2 tablespoon melted butter 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tsp Vanilla 1/2 cup gluten free flour ( i use better batter, if your flour doesn't include xanthan gum add 1 tsp xanthan gum) In a mixer add all ingredients except flour and blend well for 2 minutes. Add the flour to the mixer and mix until just blended, about 30 seconds. The batter will quickly dry, and the moment it looses its shine, turn it over. When crepe has finished cooking, gently slide it out onto a plate.

Zucchini Cheddar Drop Biscuits Hiiiiiii, you cute people, you! You’re looking mighty fine on this sunny Monday morning. Have I told you that lately? Well you dooo….I have some biscuits for you. Wait… Before we continue with talk about zucchini and cheese and butter, can I get emotional on you for a second? Warning: This might get awkward. Apologies in advance, but I have to comment on Jennifer Perillo. And then…something magical happened: everyone did. Alright, my tears are wiped…can we talk about butter now? When I was at the farmer’s market yesterday–my Sunday routine–the zucchini and squash looked so bright. I added some cheese for nutritional value. Since I was way paranoid about the zucchini releasing too much water, I squeezed (drained) it in a cheese cloth, transferred it to a bowl, added a little salt and then flour. I was all out of buttermilk…(actually I just forgot to pick some up from the store), so I used milk instead. Hey, can we all just ignore the pencil in the left hand corner. Love you, per usual.

16 Useful Kitchen Hacks You Need In Your Life No matter whether we are just a trainee or master chefs, we could all use a little help in the kitchen. Whether it's knowing which wine to pair with which cheese, the secret to a perfectly boiled egg, or how to stop brown sugar from clumping, these 16 tricks of the trade will help make your day on kitchen duty that little bit easier. Use a Mason Jar & Salt Lid for a Coffee or Sugar Container: Know Your Wine & Cheese Pairings: Use a Thumb Tack For the Perfect Boiled Egg: Freeze Cool Whip in Cookie Cutters For Your Beverages: Keep Brown Sugar from Clumping with Marshmallows: Tortillas on the Oven Rack Make for Great Taco Shells: How to Serve a Well-balanced Cheese Plate: An Apple Slicer Can Quickly Cut Potatoes How to Cut A Watermelon Perfectly: Advertisement Grill Fish on a Bed of Lemons: Freeze Lemon Slices in a Cupcake Pan for Pitcher Ice cubes: The Best Way to Cut a Mango Boiled Water = Clear Ice Cubes Cook Hash Browns in a Waffle Maker: Use Two Bowls to Cut Corn off the Cob: source: 1

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