dash-of-vanilla:

Back to basics, and back to sandwiches today. This is a recipe for very regular and round white buns.

Ingredients: 320g white flour, 1 full teaspoon dry yeast, 1 teaspoon soft butter, 1 spoon sunflower oil, 1 teaspoon honey, 200ml warm water, 1 teaspoon salt (no pepper this time).

morethanjustwaffles:

Since starting P90X (and figuring out I was allergic to whey protein powder) I’ve been looking for whey-free ways (ha!) to get my protein into my diet. Since Clif bars have about 10g of protein per bar I had been eating them obsessively - not the most frugal obsession (they’re cheapest at…

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pbs-food:

Kale is in season right now. It can taste bitter on it’s own, but you can add bacon and brie to this spaghetti dish for a great meal. Get this Spaghetti with Kale, Bacon, and Brie recipe at PBS Food.

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foodfuckery:

Nova Lox Benedict
Recipe 

foodfuckery:

Nova Lox Benedict

Recipe 

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devora:

This is literally the best froyo I’ve ever had — original tart, strawberry and wine, and cookies and cream, topped with graham crackers and mochi — not too sweet, all house-made, and all organic!
 — at Fraiche Yogurt in Palo Alto.

devora:

This is literally the best froyo I’ve ever had — original tart, strawberry and wine, and cookies and cream, topped with graham crackers and mochi — not too sweet, all house-made, and all organic!

— at Fraiche Yogurt in Palo Alto.
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devora:

I made myself a cup of creamy hot chocolate from scratch. To add a bit of protein and as a thickening agent, I whipped in egg whites (I love egg-based drinks), so it’s like I’m drinking hot, delicious, creamy, and fluffy chocolate pudding.
Tres riche!
To make one perfect mug of this…
Ingredients
2 cups of milk
1/4 cup of chopped chocolate or chocolate chips
2 egg whites, preferably room temperature
Directions
Combine the chocolate and milk in a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat while stirring with a whisk
Remove from heat and whisk in egg whites
Put back on medium heat and stir with a whisk for about 30 seconds.  (Any longer and hotter and your egg whites will curdle, so be careful here!)
Pour in mug and enjoy!
Notes: Feel free to add cinnamon and other tasty spices.  Heck, go crazy and try it with whole eggs or just the egg yolk, too.  It’d be almost like a chocolate egg nog.
Health notes: I used all organic ingredients, and when it comes to chocolate, make sure that the first ingredient is actually chocolate and not sugar (hello, Dagoba!).  For milk, go for whole or 2% as the low- and non-fat milks just add other junk in place of the fat, and they aren’t really too different calorie-wise.  For eggs, feel free to use whole eggs or even just the egg yolk, just bear in mind that the average egg yolk has about 60 calories versus an egg white’s 17 (egg yolks have plenty of health benefits, though, just consume in moderation!).

devora:

I made myself a cup of creamy hot chocolate from scratch. To add a bit of protein and as a thickening agent, I whipped in egg whites (I love egg-based drinks), so it’s like I’m drinking hot, delicious, creamy, and fluffy chocolate pudding.

Tres riche!

To make one perfect mug of this…

Ingredients

  • 2 cups of milk
  • 1/4 cup of chopped chocolate or chocolate chips
  • 2 egg whites, preferably room temperature

Directions

  1. Combine the chocolate and milk in a pot and bring to a boil over medium heat while stirring with a whisk
  2. Remove from heat and whisk in egg whites
  3. Put back on medium heat and stir with a whisk for about 30 seconds.  (Any longer and hotter and your egg whites will curdle, so be careful here!)
  4. Pour in mug and enjoy!

Notes: Feel free to add cinnamon and other tasty spices.  Heck, go crazy and try it with whole eggs or just the egg yolk, too.  It’d be almost like a chocolate egg nog.

Health notes: I used all organic ingredients, and when it comes to chocolate, make sure that the first ingredient is actually chocolate and not sugar (hello, Dagoba!).  For milk, go for whole or 2% as the low- and non-fat milks just add other junk in place of the fat, and they aren’t really too different calorie-wise.  For eggs, feel free to use whole eggs or even just the egg yolk, just bear in mind that the average egg yolk has about 60 calories versus an egg white’s 17 (egg yolks have plenty of health benefits, though, just consume in moderation!).

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If deep-fried butter exists, I don’t see why deep-fried chocolate chip cookie dough can’t.
(via Deep Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough)

If deep-fried butter exists, I don’t see why deep-fried chocolate chip cookie dough can’t.

(via Deep Fried Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough)