I’m always looking for a new recipe to bring to parties and events; this may be my new favorite recipe! Caramelizing the onions brings onion dip to a completely different level! There is much more of a richness of onion flavor. I definitely recommend making it a day before you plan to serve it. This give is enough time for all the flavors to really develop. It goes perfectly with chips or veggies! It would be great over a baked potato too!
This is one of my favorite weeks of the year, because #Choctoberfest is finally here! From now until the end of the week, I am joining forces with over 100 other bloggers from around the world to post delicious chocolate recipes. Every day, #Choctoberfest bloggers will be celebrating all things chocolate – milk, dark, white, bittersweet, semi-sweet, and cocoa!
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I bought a little too much fresh fruit the other week and I need to use it up before it went back. I threw together a berry crumble and it was delicious! The filling was sweet, but not too sweet. The crumble topping was delicious. I can’t wait to try it with peaches before the season is over. What’s your favorite type of fruit crumble?
I had recently made a batch of quinoa for another recipe and had a lot of left over. I didn’t want to throw it away, so I went on a search for recipes that use leftover cooked quinoa and came across a recipe for a chocolate cake. Hmm…that might be interesting!
I’ve used cooked quinoa in muffins and cookies before, so I thought it would be something to try. Boy am I glad I gave it a chance. This cake was delicious! Super moist, full of chocolate flavor and easy to make. I topped my cake with a peanut butter frosting…which made it very rich. You could swap out the frosting for a dusting of powdered sugar and it would be just as delicious.
#CookoutWeek 2018 is here! During the next week, I am joining over 50 of my blogger friends to celebrate summer by posting delicious cookout-themed recipes. If you love grilling, frozen treats, picnics, berries, s’mores, campfire meals, and other summer goodies… you are in the right place!
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I bought two avocados last week and hoped they would have been ripe to eat before I started a 3-day juice cleanse, but of course they weren’t ready. I was looking for recipes to use them up since I knew no one else in my family would eat them. I found this recipe for brownies and figured I’d give it a try.
They were easy to throw together on a whim especially since I had all the ingredients in my pantry. I didn’t tell my kids what were in the brownies, just that they had a secret ingredient. My daughter chimed in “it’s love.” Ah, how sweet! ❤ I’m going to keep the secret a little longer. 🙂
I’ve been participating occasionally in photo-a-day challenges and I’m excited to announce that I’m starting my own! I hope you’ll join me in this fun challenge.
Each month, I’ll be posting a calendar of daily prompts for photos. To participate, all you need to do is follow the prompts and use the hashtag #joinusphotochallenge. I’ll be sharing my photos on my Facebook page and Instagram account.
Pictures are a great way to make memories and my goal for 2018 is to be more present in all ways of life. I think this challenge will help me slow down and notice little things in life that I know I’ve missed in the past!
It’s time for another edition of the Fantastical Food Fight! This month’s theme was eggnog. I searched high and low for a different recipe and came across this one for quick bread. I have a few other recipes I’d like to try with the leftover eggnog…so be on the lookout for those in the coming weeks!
If you love eggnog, this bread is perfect for you! It’s moist and packed full of that delicious eggnog and nutmeg flavor that you get with a glass of eggnog. I can’t drink eggnog because of my issues with dairy, but I did try a glass of made with almond milk and it was delicious.
The rum glaze kicks up the bread another level! I make one with just eggnog for work so it was alcohol free and everyone seemed to enjoy it. I swapped out the rum for additional eggnog.
Bite-sized desserts are just too cute! Last weekend was my company’s holiday party and we have a dessert bar made by all of our employees. I always try to make something new and this year I was craving something with peanut butter and chocolate. I found this recipe for bite-sized peanut butter pies with a chocolate crust. Flaky, chocolate crust filled with a rich peanut butter mousse and then topped with a drizzle of a chocolate and crushed peanuts – they are to die for!
I had some leftover mini bags of pretzels from Halloween and wanted to use them up before they got stale. I found this quick and easy recipe for no bake peanut butter pretzel bars and whipped them up last night. My son helped me make them and enjoyed pouring the pretzel “sugar” into the mixture.
The bars are packed full of peanut butter flavor! The crunch of the pretzels are perfect and you can’t go wrong with a chocolate topping. They taste almost like a peanut butter cup.