Why not try making your own Chocolate Easter Eggs this year! I made these last Easter and wanted to share the recipe with you all.
They are incredibly easy to make. Just be sure to get a couple of Silicone Easter Egg Molds ahead of time to make them. I purchased my molds at Home Sense and Winners but you can check out Amazon too.
If you are a chocolate lover, you will like this little extra surprise addition of chocolate chips in this delicious banana loaf. You will want to try it out for yourself and you just might have your family begging for more!
If you like your baked chicken with a crispy outside and tender inside then you may want to try keeping a jar of my Chicken Spice Rub handy in your kitchen.
I also use organic herbs that I grow in myself each year in containers and dehydrate every Fall. I store them in glass mason jars to keep them fresh.
It is a lot of fun to grow them and it also is a lot cheaper in the long run.
I also use this same rub on my whole chicken when I am doing them in a slow cooker and although it doesn't crisp up the chicken in the slow cooker it leaves it very tender and you end up with a very nice spicey broth for soup the next day. Which ever way you choose to use this spicey rub recipe, it's a win win. I hope you try it.
Try adding North Cost Naturals Pumpkin Protein to your muffins to get a nutritional boost. Each scoop adds 17 grams of protein per scoop and it's high in magnesium and zinc.Try adding North Cost Naturals Pumpkin Protein to your muffins to get a nutritional boost. Each scoop adds 17 grams of protein per scoop and it's high in magnesium and zinc.
These cookies have been a Christmas tradition at our house since my kids were little. You can enjoy them year round though! They do take a bit longer to prepare but they are so worth it the extra effort!
Yield: 4 1/2 dozen cookies
3/4 c butter (softened)
3/4 c sugar
1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
6 oz semi sweet chocolate chips
1/2 tsp pink himalayan salt
Here's my Cheesy Onion Biscuit recipe I created using the Lumiere de sel Black Himalayan Fine Salt from Ecoideas!
Makes: 24 large biscuits
Cheesy Onion Biscuits
4 1/2 c all purpose flour (keep 1/2) c separate for rolling out dough later)
5 tsp aluminum free baking powder
1 tsp Lumiere de sel Black Himalayan Fine Salt
This is a wonderful hearty soup that isn't overly thick but it's packed with flavour. It's very filling and don't be surprised if people want seconds with this one!
Makes: 10-12 cups
1 ham bone (leave a bit of meat on it)
10 c water or enough to almost cover the ham bone
2 c chopped ham
1/2 c onion chopped
1 c celery chopped
1 large carrot chopped
3 med sized potatoes
1 c dried lentils
1 c dried split peas
1 c dried black beans
4 dried bay leaves
3 sprigs fresh parsley chopped
1 vegetable bouillion cube
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp pink himalayan salt
1 tsp herbamare
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