I bought a giant jar of coconut oil a couple of weeks ago and have been dying to try it in a few recipes. I kept hearing how good it was for me and how good it tastes. If you Google coconut oil you will be amazed at how many uses there are for it. It seems that coconut oil is just as good for you on the inside as it is for you on the outside.
One of my boys is absolutely in love with lemon. He always wants me to make lemon meringue pie or lemon bars. I get tired of always making the same two things over and over. So, I am always searching for another lemony treat that I can make for my boys to enjoy.
Montanan’s love their beer. Why else would Montana be home to so many amazing breweries? Yes, we all have our favorite local beers. You love the taste of your brew so much, wouldn’t you like to enjoy it another way besides just drinking it?
I am usually a traditional cake maker. Traditional to me means that I open a box of Betty Crocker, pour in the water, oil and eggs, mix it and bake it. I have heard of making cakes and other baked good without using eggs or butter, but wasn’t ever able to find a recipe. However, I have finally found one.
If you are like pretty much everyone in America, you will be spending the fourth with family and/or friends. It’s just one of those holidays that screams backyard get-together. I myself will be enjoying a fun-filled fourth with the ones I love and am planning on bringing a couple of these delicious ideas for the party
I have been hearing people talk about the Paleo diet. I didn’t know what it was, so I finally got curious enough and looked it up. The Paleo diet is eating only natural foods that cavemen, or paleolithic men, would have ate. The main foods eaten with this diet are eggs, fish, vegetables, fruits, nuts and game meat.
I was given a rhubarb plant a few years ago by my mother. The first year I had it it did not produce much fruit, but over the past couple of years, I have gradually been able to harvest some rhubarb. This year, my rhubarb crop seems to be quite exceptional. I have already cut and chopped up enough rhubarb to make a batch of jam and June has just begun.
I’m a coffee lover. Most of the time I enjoy my coffee hot, but on hot spring or summer days, the last thing I want is a hot drink. So in order to satisfy my coffee craving without having to endure the heat, I often mix up a cold version of my favorite coffee drink.
One of my very best friends is famous for making this delicious artichoke dip. It is something everyone begs her to make for family gatherings. After much begging and pleading, she finally relented and gave me the recipe.
If you ever go to the local bakery or drool over the pastries in the local coffee shop while you’re waiting for your latte, then you will love this simple recipe I have put together for you. I came up with this recipe while trying to make zucchini bread. It seems that I had run out of some of the ingredients and so, as a true baker, I improvised.
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