November, 2011

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Corn free pumpkin bread cupcakes

Pumpkin Bread Cupcakes

So The Papa took the kids out, and I was home alone and got creative. I had an old pumpkin bread recipe that I found several years ago, but of course, can’t make with the allergies. Needless to say, I worked a little kitchen magic.

One of the things I didn’t photograph was what I did with the extra batter. There was a small amount, so I lined a jelly roll pan with parchment paper and spread the batter over it. I baked it, and when it came out, it was like an amazing cloud. It was like a thin cake bread fusion. I strongly suggest you try it with the icing. Read More

Peanutbutter CHocolate cookies

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

I’m sure you’re peanut-buttered out by now, but there’s one more thing you have to try. Remember the peanut butter cookies? Well, if you enjoy pure cocoa, this cookie if for you. Starting with the peanut butter cookie base, roll the cookie dough ball in organic cocoa (nothing added). Place it on a cookie tray lined with parchment paper (the tray will hold 12 nicely). Using the traditional fork method, make a cross cross pattern on the cookie as you flatten it with a fork.

Bake at 235 for 13 minutes. Personally, I can only eat about half of one of these at a time, as the chocolate is really powerful. Again, if you love pure cocoa, this is sooo for you. Enjoy! Read More

Peanut Butter Cookie Candy

This is a fun variation of the peanut butter cookie recipe that was posted recently. I think these were really enjoyable. The kids certainly like them, and the chocolate mustaches they had were adorable. Using the peanut butter cookie recipe, I lined a mini cupcake pan with paper. Next I pulled out about 1 tablespoon of dough, and shaped it into a ball. I pressed into the ball with my finger to create the hole you see. Next, I filled the hole with a homemade chocolate sauce (basically sugar, cocoa, and water). After the holes had chocolate inside, I manipulated the dough with the intention of covering the hole completely. To be honest, I think there was a bit too much chocolate sauce, but at the same time, the ratio in the end was just right. So, without tearing the dough, I covered the hole as best as I could. After doing this once, I saw how near impossible it was, and opted to leave the rest open. Lastly, let these sit in the fridge for a few hours to chill, and that’s it!

This is a super simple way to create a “candy” that people can enjoy. The nice thing is that since there’s no eggs, the raw cookie dough won’t make you sick. Enjoy! Read More

Egg Nog Pancakes

Egg Nog Pancakes!

That’s right, you read correctly. Egg Nog Pancakes have landed at the table. Now, I must warn you, these are delicious, and the texture is just right. I also found that they taste great without any syrup. The syrup in all honesty made it taste a bit funny….

So, here are the instructions, and yummy pictures. To be honest, editing these pictures was very difficult. I sorta wanted to eat the screen. I call these “wannabe” egg nog pancakes as there is no actual egg nog involved, however, when you don’t have the luxury of drinking egg nog, you’ll take what you can get. Read More

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