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Morning Meals :: Raspberry Almond Muffins I know most people spend their mornings rushed with a quick pastry and coffee-to-go. As much as that seems easy and convenient, gluten-free pastries are not widely available everywhere…so I am usually stuck making my own. Luckily, these homemade muffins are incredibly addicting. They will keep you full longer than the average muffin (thanks to nutritious almond flour), and the cornmeal adds a delicious nutty bite. 1 1/2 cups almond meal1/2 cup cornmeal1/2 teaspoon baking soda1/3 cup brown sugar1/4 teaspoon sea salt2 tablespoons almond milk2 eggs3 tablespoons coconut oil3 tablespoons maple syrup1 teaspoon vanilla extract3/4 cup raspberries2 tablespoons raw sugar, to top Preheat the oven to 375′.
Jam Jar Dressings | Uncategorised Close Buying sustainably sourced fish means buying fish that has been caught without endangering the levels of fish stocks and with the protection of the environment in mind. Wild fish caught in areas where stocks are plentiful are sustainably sourced, as are farmed fish that are reared on farms proven to cause no harm to surrounding seas and shores. When buying either wild or farmed fish, ask whether it is sustainably sourced. If you're unable to obtain this information, don't be afraid to shop elsewhere – only by shopping sustainably can we be sure that the fantastic selection of fish we enjoy today will be around for future generations. For further information about sustainably sourced fish, please refer to the useful links below: Marine Stewardship Council Fish Online
What Should I Eat For Breakfast Today ? Gluten-Free Peach Muffins with Almond Flour Today is Labor Day. And here I am working. Editing photographs of peach muffins and writing up a new gluten-free recipe. No rest for the wicked. Or maybe it's just me. There are plenty of extroverted bloggers who travel and attend blogging conferences and hob nob. But alas, the simple truth is, it is not meant to be. And then there's the whole belting yourself into a hulking metal beast with wings that weighs goddess knows how many megatons, and snugging your pelvis to a polyester burnt orange float-able seat cushion between a shiny headed businessman who obviously ate raw onions for lunch and college professor reading the New York Times who you know secretly wants to discuss Obama's Afghanistan policy. when you need him? Such visions send spikes of fear and loathing down my duodenal canal. So I imagine muffins. I fondle peaches at the market admiring their curve and fuzz. I bake. Originally published September 2010. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. with paper liners Ingredients: Beat in:
Edesia's Notebook: Crazy Cooking Challenge: Smoky Ranch Dressing It's the seventh day of the month, and that means it's time to share with you another great Crazy Cooking Challenge. In this challenge, all the participants make and blog about the same dish each month. Each blogger is to post a unique version of whatever that month's dish is. This month's assigned dish was Ranch dressing. So we were to find a great Ranch dressing recipe, make it, and blog about it. Despite learning about this challenge only a day and a half before this morning's reveal, I was excited to participate. Smoky Ranch Dressing Ingredients:1 cup buttermilk⅔ cup mayonnaise⅔ cup sour cream1 clove garlic, grated6-8 springs fresh cilantro or parsley1 green onion, thinly sliced 1 tsp white wine vinegar1 tsp smoked paprikaDirections:Put all ingredients into the blender and puree until smooth. I had no idea homemade Ranch dressing was so easy to make! We put this dressing on salad. And we dipped chicken fingers in it. I loved, loved, loved, this dressing.
Two Red Bowls - Turmeric Breakfast Muffins We have had an unusually intense relationship with these muffins for the past couple of months. Different varieties of them have been baked almost every weekend morning in our home. I blamed it on that the recipe needed to be perfected, but ahem, this particular version is actually very similar to my first version (they have however been altered a lot in between). The basic idea was pretty clear to me from the beginning; I wanted a muffin that we could enjoy for breakfast without feeling that we actually were eating dessert in the morning (which I am pretty certain most people that eat muffins for breakfast feel). The result is a kind of mash-up between a banana pancake, oatmeal, granola and our turmeric lassi. Turmeric & Blueberry Breakfast Muffins with a Granola ToppingMakes 12 large or 15 smaller This makes a rather large batch for our small family, so we usually freeze half of them. A large handful blueberries, frozen or fresh Preheat the oven to 400°F / 200°C.
Healthy dinners for less than $2/person If you’ve ever found yourself buying clothes just because they’re cheap, or if shopping itself has become a form of entertainment for you, I’ve got a proposal: The next time you buy something, spend a whole lot on it. Enough that it makes you sweat a little. The point is to make you pause and ask yourself, “How much do I really want this?” In the US and much of the industrialized world, cheap clothes are everywhere. As a fashion reporter, I like clothes probably more than most. The goal is to spend at least $150 on each item of clothing. Let me explain The immediate reaction I get when I tell people about this goal—and I call it a goal because I don’t always live up to it—is that $150 is a lot to spend for a piece of clothing. That’s especially true if your standard for pricing is a store like Primark, the insanely cheap Irish fast-fashion chain that recently opened its first US location. But it’s enough that it causes me to seriously hesitate, which is the real point. The benefits