Here I am harvesting whey. I've not been so sophisticated about it in the past so I thought I'd show off this contraption. Works well the only hitch is if you need something from the cabinet. Don't be too impressed. This isn't a regular occurance around these parts.
Today I made kale chips for the first time. I've been intimidated by them because I wasn't sure if they would actually be good and for some reason I thought they were hard to make. I was wrong on both counts. I way over salted and even so I can't stop eating the crispy, crunchy, melty leaves. Tomorrow we will be purchasing more kale and I will hold back on the salt.
Chocolate Chip Cookie dough dip, yum! If your children are like mine you'll have a lot of this snack for yourself. That might not be all that bad really. (Unless you plan on being in polite company, then you might want to hold off a bit. Ahem) I'm not sure where I first saw the recipe but I used this one to make mine (Chocolate Chip Cookie dough dip). I substituted almond butter for the peanut and almond meal for the coconut flour. I didn't add the Concentrace because I don't even know what that is. I whirred it in my food processor and we all covered our ears because the machine has issues.
I sliced up my funny loaf of bread, coated the pieces with melted butter and maple syrup then toasted them in a warm oven to use for dipping. I found the result to be quite tasty, good thing too since I'm the only one who will eat it around here.
I recently saw on Pinterest a three ingredient recipe for chocolate bars.
Um, chocolate bars I can make at home, yes please! I replaced the agave she calls for with honey. They're good but too sweet I will definately use less honey next time. Hum, I just realized that I forgot the extra water so maybe that has something to do with it. Here are the sweet little lovelies before putting them in the fridge.
|this picture makes me want white plates|