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    As promised, more cilantro recipes! We love, love, love these black beans. I've made hem here and there over the years, and have "rediscovered" them...now that we live in the land or really inexpensive cilantro and super delicious mangoes. My oldest son isn't the biggest fan of beans, but he seemed to enjoy these. I'm not sure if it was the added flavor from the cilantro, or that mangoes were included and made the beans a little sweeter (he'd eat 4 mangoes at once, if I let him!). These beans were a big hit for our family, and made for great lunch leftovers too! Hope you enjoy this spin on black beans!

    Recipe #516380

    Years ago when we had our oldest on a gluten-free diet, I quickly learned that the best ways to do that diet on a budget is to avoid gluten all together. And bake sparingly, and from scratch. I learned to base our meals around sweet potatoes, potatoes and brown rice. Adding in brown rice pasta, as our budget allowed. At the moment, we have 1 kid off dairy and soy, another kid off gluten and soy...so I find myself again going back to this rule for making dinner for less with food allergies. A few weeks back, I was thinking about stuffed potatoes...specifically stuffed sweet potatoes. I figured you could "curry them up" somehow. But I wanted something beyond that. I went searching, and came across this Stuffed Sweet Potato with Mango-Black Bean Salsa, that was apparently featured in a Food Network Magazine. Sounded great...and totally doable under $5 too! I had some sweet potatoes leftover from Easter week (super sale!), and already had a can of black beans on hand. Add in cheap mango and green peppers from Aldi and we've got a super inexpensive, filling and perfectly sweet dinner!

    Recipe #516379

    I am often afraid of trying new produce because I'm not sure what it should look like when ripe. This, however, is not the case with mangoes. I have lots of experience with mangoes. We had a tree in the neighboring yard when we lived in the Dominican Republic. They can be super delicious, when picked at the right time and eaten at the right time. I will say I have only had 2 good mangoes since returning to the US. One just last week.

    Recipe #516377

    Friends...I'm baking brown rice these days. For years, I'd made it on the stovetop, as that's how I learned how to cook rice when I lived in the Dominican Republic years ago. Then I discovered the rice cooker. I've only been using my rice cooker for a few months, but I love it. It cooks the rice so beautifully, and the clean up is way simpler than cleaning (and sometimes scrubbing out) the saucepan. But I loaned my rice cooker to my sister and I didn't want to go back to the stovetop. (Not that I won't ever cook rice on the stovetop again!) But...even if I set the timer, I might not get there in time...for it to be perfectly cooked. These early days with a baby makes it difficult to commit to being at any one time...even if the timer is set and the rice should be cooked perfectly. We could be in the middle of a fuss-fest, and diaper change and outfit change, or in the middle of a nursing session. Cooking brown rice on the stovetop is a fine art, and requires a bit of attention towards the end, to make sure you get that perfectly cooked and fluffed brown rice to serve for dinner. So I've turned to the oven. Baking brown rice. There are a number of "rice bake" recipe in my recipe collection. But today, I thought I'd share a basic how to cook brown rice. Feel free to experiment with mixing in different spices and veggies. Here's the easy, side-dish, basic way to bake brown rice...

    Recipe #516376

    So I told the kids we were having pudding for dinner and their eyes lit up. Then they saw that it wasn't the pudding they hoped it would be, and that little glimmer of 'she's really gonna let us eat dessert for dinner' hope faded. Then they took a bite and their eyes lit up again. Then there was another bite, then another. The tropical flavors took over their little taste buds and we had a "everyone cleaned their plate (bowl)" kind of brinner! I only teased them because I knew they were going to love it! Pudding at our house is made with avocados. We have 2 dairy allergies, so pudding is a no-go generally. Unless I make with avocados. Trust me, they'll never know! Rice pudding is usually a big hit and this recipe was...the boys (including the adult-boy) all loved the mangoes and I knew they'd love it! I have a couple of helpful recipes: How to Bake Brown Rice & How to Choose and Cut a Mango that would be helpful with this recipe. As one last note...I used coconut extract to make this and really think it helped the flavor "pop." I keep it on hand because I like to add it to banana bread or muffins when I make them...half vanilla extract/half coconut extract...so if the banana bread recipe calls for 1 teaspoon vanilla, I do 1/2 teaspoon vanilla, 1/2 teaspoon coconut. I'm weird and that's how we like our banana bread. That being said, I've made plenty of rice puddings without the coconut flavoring and they are great too. I just wanted to play up the toasted coconut flavor, with the coconut extract. Your call on how you make yours. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #516375

    Oatmeal is the perfect breakfast food: filling, inexpensive and healthy. But hot oatmeal in the hot, sticky summer? Not so much. That is where overnight oats come to play. Overnight oats are a cold, mueslie-type cereal. You prepare them the night before for a quick and easy breakfast. The star ingredients in this recipe are peanut butter and bananas. The peanut butter adds protein and healthy fats to help keep you full throughout your morning.

    Recipe #516374

    Creamy, healthy overnight oats are a great solution to busy mornings. These pumpkin overnight oats are one of my favorite fall breakfasts. In addition to being an easy make ahead breakfast, this recipe provides 6 grams of fiber + almost 200% of your daily needs for vitamin A! Mix up the ingredients the night before. Place in your refrigerator overnight and enjoy the next morning. At only $0.36/serving, these will become a regular fall breakfast item for you to enjoy! If you like these overnight oats, check out my Peanut Butter Overnight Oats recipe.

    Recipe #516373

    There's no need for a pie pan with this easy-to-make free form blueberry pastry dessert.

    Recipe #516372

    I needed a baking cookbook of some sort for my "dessert of the month" challenge and after careful deliberation, and much drooling, over at least 20 books about baking, each with stunning photographs I settled on William Sonoma's The Baking Book: Essential Recipes for Today's Home Baker. I love this baking cookbook. I've leafed through it a number of times already...just to make sure I didn't miss anything delicious. I'm intrigued by a number of the different baking methods and I know that this cookbook will help me expand my baking knowledge and repertoire!!! Earlier in the week, my quarterly shipment of organic maple syrup arrived from Amazon. I knew right away that this bread would be first on the list to try! While I didn't have any pecans in the pantry, I did have some walnuts leftover from the holidays. They substituted easily into the original recipe, as did the rice milk that I used in place of the buttermilk. I love how this recipe uses the pecans/walnuts. You grind half of them in a food processor with some flour and then mix the "nut flour" into the batter. And then you coarsely chop the other half to fold into the batter after it has been prepared. This created a perfectly nutty flavor with not too much crunch! And all the milk, syrup, eggs and butter gave them a great moist and fluffy texture. A keeper of a recipe, for sure...Nom. Nom.

    Recipe #516371

    One of my goals is to eat better at breakfast. I am not a morning person and so I seem to all too often run out the door to work and not grab a thing for breakfast. That leads to either eating no breakfast. That leads to either eating no breakfast, which is not healthy, or picking up fast food, which is also not healthy. This muffin recipe comes from my mom. Mom always makes these at the holidays. But not just the winter ones. We would also have them on the morning of 4th of July before we headed out to watch the parade. They are absolutely wonderful and nutritious! I make a double or even triple batch and then freeze them. That makes it a snap to just grab one (or two or three) on the goo and has me actually eating a nutritious breakfast.

    Recipe #516370

    A light and perfect muffin...for snack or breakfast! I try to keep the sugar low in muffin recipes, and I thought these had the perfect sweetness level. And judging by the "mmm" that came from all three of my kids after having a taste, I'd say they were a success!

    Recipe #516369

    I recently decided to cut out all forms of white and brown sugar from my diet to find out if this elimination would help steady my energy level throughout the day. I'm proud to report that I went without sugar for the entire month of May and plan to continue down this path! I discovered a noticeable difference in my energy level, productivity, consistency and clarity in my thinking after going without sugar for several weeks. Eliminating sugar was not an easy task. Preparing lunch was not too bad. I usually prepared salads with homemade vinaigrette and grilled chicken. Dinner was also easy since I don't usually prepare meals that contain a lot of sugar. However, I quickly figured out that I'd have to be a little creative with meals for breakfast. Since most packaged breakfast cereals contain sugar (even the "plain" varieties). I have learned to make quick "from scratch" breakfast meal using eggs, oats or quinoa, which is a very good source of magnesium. While it does take 15 minutes for quinoa to cook, I have learned a couple of ways to make the most of this time. 1. Make a larger batch. Portion the cooked quinoa into small, single-serve proportions, place them in reusable containers like Ziploc Brand Containers and leave in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. When you are ready to eat, mix in other ingredients you want after you reheat the single-serve bowl and voila - breakfast in minutes! 2. Prepare first thing in the morning. Begin preparing the quinoa just after you wake up and go about your morning routine while it's cooking. Get the children's breakfast ready, finish packing lunches, check backpacks for homework, etc. Within 15 minutes of checking off your morning to-do list, your cereal will be ready! Raspberry Almond Breakfast Quinoa is my favorite. Here's the recipe:

    Recipe #516367

    If you are in need of a gluten free breakfast to enjoy this fall, here you go. Quinoa makes for a fantastic breakfast...as it is packed with protein and doesn't leave you wanting more, like a bowl of cereal can. Mix in some pumpkin and fall spices and you've got the perfect warm meal for a crisp cool morning. Also, this is a great way to use just part of a can of pumpkin. Hope y'all enjoy this new fall breakfast as much as I do!

    Recipe #516366

    Meet the new porridge! Goldilocks is sure to eat all three bowls of this delicious "dressed up oatmeal"! Except it's not oatmeal!!! This gluten-free breakfast is sure to please the entire family, not just those who need to eat sans gluten. It's cooked quinoa with a little sweetness and cinnamon, then topped with walnuts and raisins. Move on over Wheaties...this is the new breakfast of champions! Protein from the quinoa and the nuts, small dose of fruit from the raisins, and a little bit of antioxidant from the cinnamon! Serve with some milk, or as is. Serve it with some fresh fruit, or as is.

    Recipe #516365

    Major homemade granola kick happening at our house right now! Here's another homemade granola recipe for y'all...flavored with pumpkin and pumpkin-y spices! And packed with a little flaxseed punch too! Anyhoo...add this to your list to try later this fall...or whenever you can get your hands on some canned pumpkin. I used my last can that I'd stockpiled last year to make this! Perfect in a bowl with milk, on top of plain or vanilla yogurt or just as it is!

    Recipe #516356

    As promised, my homemade pumpkin pie spice. You'll notice that it's very similar to my Homemade Apple Pie Spice...just adds ginger and a bit more cinnamon. And just like I said before, "why buy a jar of spice that you only need 1-2 teaspoons of when you can mix up your own with what you've got already?!" Over time, you accumulate all the spices you need to make up your own mixes!

    Recipe #516355

    I got to thinking about fall breakfasts last week and what kinds of "fall spins" I could put into our favorite breakfasts. My Pumpkin Pie French Toast is wildly popular, and we love Pumpkin Muffins and Pumpkin Waffles. But what else...I took my favorite baked oatmeal recipe and made a few tweaks to it...mainly adding some flour to counter the moistness from the pumpkin and maple syrup. I wanted to use maple syrup for 2 reasons...add the flavor, and reduce the sugar content some (albeit, not much!). And voila, a delicious Pumpkin Spice Baked Oatmeal for ya! Note: This recipe only uses 1/2 of a 15 oz. can of pumpkin...so plan on doubling, or using the other half of the can in another pumpkin recipe. Baked oatmeal freezes well, just let it cool completely, cut into single serving sizes and freeze individual portions in plastic baggies. If I'd had pecans on hand, I would have chopped up 1/2 cup to 1 cup, and mixed into the batter. And I might try adding a few chocolate chips for a special treat next time I whip this up. Also, you could try making these in muffin form with the "second batch" for quick grab-n-go breakfasts! Gluten Free Version: Equal substitutions of All-Purpose Gluten-Free Baking Mix or Brown Rice Flour for flour, Certified Gluten-Free Quick Cooking Oats for quick cooking oats. Just add milk, or top with yogurt, or enjoy as it...

    Recipe #516354

    This baked oatmeal caused a bit of a stir in my kitchen. I set it out on the counter to cool just about the same time that I had dinner getting on the table. My oldest bounced through getting the cups and silverware onto the table and got so excited that I made brownies for dessert. {insert mom guilt here} Sigh...they totally looked like brownies, but to his dismay they were not brownies. I informed him that this was breakfast for the next morning, told him what it was, and he asked if he could still have some for "dessert." It was a 9x13-inch baking dish, so I knew there would be enough...so I obliged. The reaction. "Mom, this is so great, can I have another bowl?" {mom guilt dissipates.} Note to self...don't make something that looks like dessert that isn't dessert when serving dinner. Got that self? Needless to say...this recipe is a keeper. Next time, I'll be doubling up and baking 2 9x13s, cutting 1 up into "breakfast size pieces" and freezing the portions individually so we have a quick and easy breakfast on hand for the busy holiday season ahead! Also, this go me thinking...how often do you make dessert?

    Recipe #516352

    Warm. Slightly crunchy. Just the right sweetness. Mmmm...

    Recipe #516351

    Here's our "breakfast for dinner/brinner" this week. I ended up doubling this recipe and freezing a batch! Still working on my "Freezer Stock Up" list for the time being...Hoping to get it posted next week. :D

    Recipe #516350

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