I think this might be the last energy ball recipe I try! This is the 4th on I have made to see which one I like best! I prefer the first one that I made… All of these little balls are a great snack, if someone wants something sweet without any added sugar. Check out this recipe for energy balls #4 & let me know which recipe you prefer…if you haven’t tried any of the others I will include a link to them all below.
This recipe is from smittenkitchen. I love her granola recipe so I was pretty sure I would love this too! This is really a quick recipe & a great snack. Not too sweet, crunchy & delicious.
i have always loved iced coffee & iced tea. so usually, I brew a cup of coffee, put it over ice…if the coffee isn’t too strong, I will drink it black or sometimes I add milk. Last year I started making Cold Brew Coffee. I don’t know if the craze started before I noticed or it last year was its big year! I have not seen too much about it lately but I was very excited to make my first batch yesterday.
I love almond butter. But…when there was a recall at Costco of the kind I used to buy…I started making it at home.
I used to make this wonderful brunch dish whenever we would have company over for brunch. Sometimes I would make it for pot-luck dinners…it is great on a buffet table. I think it would be perfect for a Mother’s Day breakfast…it is so simple to do the kids can do it …with a bit of help… Continue reading “Cheddar Cheese Puff”
I updated a post from January for Granola. The original post did not have the recipe but I have added it. Here is the link that that post, check it out1 The recipe is from smitten kitchen & it is delicious. https://marilyndishes.com/2017/01/28/the-smitten-kitchen-cookbook/?iframe=true&theme_preview=true Continue reading Granola – Updated Post
Make this with me!!! Pictures will be updated as these are ready at the different stages!!! Follow along!!
I love scones. Crispy on the outside, flaky inside. There is a trick to making a good scone I think. Not too much handling of the dough. Like a pie crust. I am not an expert but I like to make them & keep them in the freezer. When I want to eat one, I just pop it in the microwave briefly so it is just defrosted & not over-done.
This recipe is also from Deliciously Ella ( the Sesame Vanilla Energy Balls were from this site) Dates, oats, peanut butter & peanuts. I checked the calories & the roasted peanuts added so many! The calorie count for 1 cup of dry roasted peanuts is 854! Certainly gets me thinking about grabbing a few handfuls of roasted peanuts! I did a very unscientific & I am sure … Continue reading Peanut Energy Balls #3
Here is #2 in my trying different energy balls! Jacki told me about this recipe, there are 2 more from this website that I will try..the website is Deliciously Ella. The only change I made from the original recipe is that I did not have vanilla powder so I used liquid vanilla. The ingredients are given by weight in the original recipe. I weighed & … Continue reading Sesame Vanilla Energy Balls #2
I am going to check out a few energy ball recipes so this one is NUMBER 1 Who doesn’t need more energy?? Or a healthy snack? The original recipe for these are from Minimalistbaker.com. My grandkids love these as a snack so I thought they would be great for some friends of mine who are vegan. I was going to visit them & knew these … Continue reading Date & Cocoa Energy Balls
1/2 a challah…. 2 people….something yummy for Sunday morning….made a bread pudding. Healthy right? Eggs, milk, cinnamon, maple syrup….all good. I put this together Saturday afternoon and will bake it Sunday morning. But if you want to be able to make it just before you want to eat it, and perhaps leave it overnight another time …I am going to suggest that you can throw … Continue reading Breakfast Bread Pudding