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They’re sweet, small, and tasty. What could be better than bon bons? I took this chocolatey ice cream treat to a different level by making them out of cake and ganache. Very similar to cake pops, only a little more decadent. High quality chocolate is a must in this recipe, so save the Hershey’s for... Continue reading

These make great little snacks on the go or a great addition to a light dinner. Quinoa is a whole grain and depending on what you put in them can be gluten free and/or vegetarian. Play around with the ingredients! This is what I used. Ingredients: 2 cups cooked quinoa 1/2 cup bread crumbs 3... Continue reading

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If you love toffee as much as I do, then these sweet bars are for you. Part blondie, part Heath bar, and full of sweet delight. Only takes a few minutes to whip up! Ingredients: 1/2 cup butter 1 cup flour 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup chocolate... Continue reading

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It’s no news to friends and family that I love tea. I drink at least 3 cups a day of different types of hot teas. I don’t drink with added sweeteners though, unless I am treating myself. Tea offers all kinds of health benefits, and each type offers a different type of benefit. Forming a... Continue reading

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When I lived in Japan, I ate a lot of rice bowls. Rice bowls are a quick and easy meal. This particular recipe packs a ton of protein. You can have virtually any type of toppings. Try with chicken! Ingredients: 1/2 pound peeled, de-veined, raw shrimp 1 cup brown rice 1/2 cup shelled edamame 1... Continue reading

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Use these as a garnish for desserts or simply enjoy as a snack. They do take some time to make and you must let the dry out overnight. But they are just so fun and delicious! I wonder how limes or other citrus peels would work! Thanks to Closet Cooking for the awesome recipe. Ingredients:... Continue reading

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Breakfast doesn’t have to be pancakes and bacon. Although delicious, starting out the day with grains, healthy fats, and natural sugar are a better choice to kickstart the day. This easy and fast recipe is a sure way to get the energy that you need first thing in the morning. You can even prepare it... Continue reading

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