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from Kalyn's Kitchen
from Ina Garten
Saw this on http://www.skinnytaste.com/. It isn't my recipe, but it sounds like I need to do it... Had to share..
Saw this on "Best Recipes Ever" which is part of the www.canadianliving.com family.
Saw Curtis Stone make this on the Today show, and wrote down what he did. I did add the potatoes and peas, which he didn't, but I think they add a lot of flavor. You will have to trust me when I tell you that the celery root really is amazing as the sauce. He used white wine instead of the chicken broth, but I didn't have any wine handy. I used chicken broth in the nutritional calculations. I was delighted at how it turned out. After I made it, I froze it in individual bowls, and will thaw and then put it into the toaster oven to bake for a wee bit.
I found these on www.AimeesAdentures.com. They sounded delicious, and I thought they needed to be here..
I personally like to make individual cakes in muffin tins. It helps with portion control, and I don't have to deal with an entire cake. I spread out the batter into 24 muffin tins.
If I want to use a Bundt pan, I cut this and freeze it in individual baggies to avoid temptation!
The original recipe calls for 1/4 cup confectioners' sugar and 1 1/2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice, which is drizzled on top of the cake. It will up the calorie count a wee bit, though and I don't think the cake needs it.
Found this on foodista.com.
Serving size is approximately one tablespoon.
Saw it on TV on "It's Just Food". I make it and freeze it in serving size containers. It keeps beautifully.
These take only 22 minutes to bake… and you have fresh baked donuts for breakfast! They are full of pumpkin so you can check off a veggie serving before lunch!
From the website: http://www.yogaisyummy.net/?pa
A great grab and go breakfast muffin
recipe and photos from King Arthur Flour Whole Grain Baking blog
Super easy, and almost no kneading. Recipe actually calls for whole milk, but I have made it successfully with 1% milk. I have also made hamburger buns out of it.