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Showing posts with label Recipes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Recipes. Show all posts

Thursday, September 4, 2014

{GF} Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

I love fall. I love pumpkin. I love baking. So when I found this recipe on Pinterest, I just knew I had to make them. We're gluten free at our house so we switched it up and changed some things to fit us and what we had in our pantry. 

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Now we used Bob's Red Mill GF Flour, and Xanthan Gum, but I'm sure another kind would work great. If there is Xanthan gum already added into the flour mixture leave out the 1/2 tsp from the recipe.

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I hope you enjoy these! I know my family really has ! 


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Monday, August 18, 2014

Zimtal Milk Nut Bag Review

I few posts ago I mentioned that I wanted to try making my own Almond Milk. I spent plenty of time wandering Pinterest, I even made a board dedicated to homemade milk.

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A couple weeks ago I finally got my Zimtal Milk Nut Bag to review! I was so excited to give this bag a try and to make some almond milk! I slightly adapted a recipe from the E-Book that came with this bag (as well as some of the recipes I found on Pinterest), and loved it!

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After soaking and rinsing my almonds I threw them into the blender with water and some vanilla. I then got my cute little jar out and began to fill it. Only to realize that I should have strained it through the bag into a different container THEN poured it into my cute container. Lesson learned. My almond milk didn't have a clump in it at all. Absolutely loved using this Nut Milk Bag. It is a great quality and a great size. It was perfect for the smaller batch that I made. 

Find my fun sticker post here. Love Fresh Almond Milk as a creamer!

I'm looking forward to trying new recipes out with this.  Have you ever made homemade almond milk? If so send me links to your favorite recipe!

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Oh, How Pinteresting: Recipes.


Today I felt like sharing some of the recipes I've been pinning lately! 
Can't wait to start making them!
Source: via Shelby on Pinterest 

Source: via Jessica on Pinterest 

Source: via Anna on Pinterest 

Source: via Kelly on Pinterest 

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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Apricot Chicken

So I want to show some blogger support to Shelley from Life Hand in Hand

This is her new blog recipe link-up! Though I haven't made this yet & gotten a picture its one of my go to recipes when I'm unsure what to make! 

Apricot Chicken.

4 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast (Just whatever you need to make for your family works too!)
1/2 Jar Apricot Preserves.
1 packet Onion Soup Mix
Catalina or French Dressing

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. I like to cut the chicken into chunks, I think it makes the flavor better, covering every bite in the sauce is delicious! Anyway, throw the chicken into a baking pan, 9 x 13 works or 8 x 8. Then in a separate bowl mix the Apricot Preserves (Jam), Onion Soup Mix & Dressing together, I don't think I quite use half of the container of dressing, I just add till it seems like a good saucy consistency, & also till I think it smells right, don't want too much onion smell, or too much dressing, want to make sure I can smell a bit of everything!

*If you're making more than just 4 chicken breasts, then make more sauce, just do what feels right to you!*
 Anyway, cook it for about 45 minutes or until the chicken is cooked, serve over rice! If you're like me and like a little sauce on your rice then I'm happy to tell you that you'll have left over sauce in the pan! Enjoy!

I love to bake more than I love to cook, so if this link up lasts I will definitely be sharing some of my favorite desserts!!

Thanks Shelley for this great link-up!!
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