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Adapted from http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008/03/cr
I'm going to serve it with roasted sweet potatoes and roasted mixed veggies (broccoli, cauli, and leeks, tossed with olive oil and roasted 'til browned).
Yummy crockpot stew!
This makes enough for 4 people. If you would like to freeze or can, use more apples.
This is the recipe off the back of the Alden's cornmeal box. It's nummy!
You know that amazingly easy flourless peanut butter cookie recipe that's been floating around the internet since last summer?* Well, I've adapted it to make it easier and better! I substitute honey for sugar and they come out beautiful every time. Also, I spread them into a rectangular bar pan to make cookie bars, which eliminates the time it takes to make individual cookies (which helps with my delayed gratification issue). I even eat these for breakfast without feeling too naughty.
Adapted from the Magnolia Bakery Cookbook
\hey’re crisp on the outside, and almost cakey on the inside. Bake a batch and then hide the results in the furthest and most forgettable reaches of your kitchen. You’ll thank me later.
Quinoa is a grain native to the Americas that provides excellent nutrition: it is high in protein, iron, magnesium and potassium. It is available packaged in most grocery stores and is also often sold in bulk.
So rich and creamy! Mmmm...
It's amazing what a little roasting can do for your old standbys!