Just what the name says! You can use different kinds of chocolate to suit your taste. This recipe uses rice flour, but you could switch it out for the flour that you prefer. Enjoy! Adapted from LemonPi and based on Alice Medrich’s recipe from Bittersweet.
I recently bought some Mezzetta Zesty Bell Pepper Relish and was pleasantly surprised how good it was. In my attempt to find a recipe so I could make my own, I stumbled across this tasty one. Not the same, but still so very good with a hint of heat. This won a secret food bloggers secret ingredient contest for a recipe using red bell peppers. I hope you enjoy! Adapted from a food blog, savory and sweet. Thank you Alice!
Would you like to make your own vanilla spiced sugar cubes? Very pretty and easy to make. Recipe courtesy of Janet Johnston. Show: Spice & Easy Episode: Friday Night Book Club.
The trick is to precut them and let cook long enough, they might need a few minutes longer.
Transform simple triangel cutouts into jolly Santas! Have fun with these and get the kids or adults to help! Each Santa will look unique! A great Christmas project! Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens magazine.
Adapted from the Fleischmann's site. Here's what they say, "This bread combines two of Britain's most characteristic ingredients, Marmite and sharp cheddar Cheese. Hearty in flavor, this bread is best served toasted accompanying a soup, or in making a sandwich on toast". There is about 90 minutes rising time.
Adapted from the Culinary Institute of America. Here's what they say,"As rich as a slice of pecan pie, pecan diamonds are bite-sized treasures that resemble more of a confection than a bar cookie. As the holiday season approaches, you can now create The Culinary Institute of America's renowned pecan diamonds that are sold exclusively at the college's Apple Pie Bakery Café in Hyde Park, New York." Oh yum! A candy thermometer will be helpful in this recipe.
A favorite combo of flavors, these muffins resemble crumb cakes when made with streusel. The topping makes alot so you can use more for later or cut the topping in half. Update: I have made a few changes to make this even better!(Thanks Realtor!)
This mix is great to have on hand for quick, delicious pancakes. Keep in mind that 1 cup of the mix, when combined with the egg, oil, and water, will make 5 to 6 pancakes. To grind the flax seeds, simply use a coffee or spice grinder. This would make a great gift in a basket with a pancake turner, skillet, syrup, etc. Taken from Whole Foods.