Traditional oat bars are chocked full of butter, sometimes several sticks, but this recipe is butter-free and perfect for snacks, breakfast, or even dessert. Get crazy with your healthy self!
I invented this recipe while in search of a healthy holiday appetizer to bring alongside the bread and cream cheese and candy that graced our parties.
I whipped up a lemony bean dip, a sweet sun-dried tomato topping, and carved out my cucumber rounds to bring to my grandmas. But with all the bread and cream cheese and candy, I forgot the cucumbers!! So in lieu of bite sized cuke cuties, I flopped the bean dip in a bowl, topped it with the tomatoes and served it alongside crackers and the veggie tray. It was still a big hit and I was happy to have something light to munch on.
Happy New Year everyone!! I hope you’ve been accomplishing all of your goals! Redoing this office has been a major goal of mine this year and I’m happy to say that it is checked off the list by mid January. Come see!
Somewhere high in the mountains is a snowy log cabin where a little old lady is roasting chestnuts over an open fire for her holiday dinner. But for the rest of us, at least in America, they are a novelty holiday item that many of us have never even seen before; myself being one of these people. Recently I noticed them in a store, brought them home, and found that they are delicious! Come, let’s learn about these holiday delights together!
Be careful with this stuff, it’s highly addictive and very easy to whip up.
Pottery Barn furniture has a special feel under your fingers. It’s smooth and luxurious. That’s because it’s been painted with a multi-step process in a spray booth using top-of-the-line paints. The price tag usually reflects that! In just 4 easy steps, you can get the same high-end finish.
What you are about to see may be shocking.
Healthy, creamy, salty, smoky salad dressing – that’s only 3 ingredients! Yes it’s true!