My pal Dan over at Dan330 sent me a message the other day and said, ‘hey I’m getting into the spice business, will you check these out?’ Of course I said yes! I was so excited when my bundle of spice mixes arrived; I got right to work coating this and sprinkling on that. What I ended up with was this big time flavor tater.
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!
Hi! I have been spending a lot of time in Denver lately. My beau made me this as a snack while I was there and we named it Denver Fluff. It is divinnnnee! It’s so easy and perfect for a dessert or breakfast too.
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!