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Bites from other Blogs

What’s for Lunch Honey? cooked up a healthy batch of granola that uses more than just the usual ingredients. Her recipe is for Nutty Amaranth Granola with Fresh Berries. Amaranth is a grain that is naturally high in protein and amino acids. It can be popped, which gives it a light texture, and was used here to add an extra nutritional punch to the granola. ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

First up this week is Simply Recipes‘ Meyer Lemon Marmalade. Not only was I contemplating doing this myself all week, but I was actually just given a freshly packed jar from the Davis, California farmer’s market. Not to knock the farmer’s market version, I’m pretty sure that Elise’s recipe is even better. I’ll still live with what I have at the moment before making a ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

I don’t remember how old I was when I first saw a Yin-Yang sign, but I do remember that I immediately fell in love with the design. So, of course, I was taken with the Yin-Yang Cookies that I Shot The Chef made in honor of Chinese New Year. The cookies are made of vanilla and chocolate doughs that are molded together – in perfect ... Read More »

Homemade Kisses for Valentine’s Day

Bakerella's Homemade Kisses!!!

Still looking for something quick and sweet to get your Valentine? Look no further than Bakerella‘s amazing homemade Kisses. Her kisses look like big version’s of the Hershey’s classic – down to the silver wrapper and customizable pull tags – but are perhaps even more delicious. The center of each kiss is an Oreo “truffle” made by combining crushed oreo cookies and cream cheese until ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

With Valentine’s Day this week, I wasn’t sure whether I should opt for Valentine’s Day-only Bites or if I should just stick to the usual non-holiday-specific assortment. Both options seemed tempting, so as I do when I’m presented with two good looking desserts at the same time, I decided to go with a little of both. The quiche I made the other week really hit ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

After making my clafoutis-like crustless quichelast week, I’ve been thinking more and more about delicious clafoutis. Cherries are pretty much the most traditionally used fruit, but I love Crispy Waffle‘s take, a tempting sounding Raspberry Almond Clafoutis. The best part, given that we’re still in the middle of winter, is that you can use frozen berries and still get a great result. Continuing on a ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

This week’s bites are all over the place – no theme here. A couple on the decadent dessert side and a couple on the savory side.  All, as usual, look very tempting. I don’t know how many of you are fans of Starbucks Frappuccinos, but I’m going to assume that you’ve had at least one or two blended coffee drinks that you’ve enjoyed. If so, ... Read More »

Bites from other Blogs

Normally, I won’t spotlight my own recipe if it has been featured (and enjoyed) by another blogger, largely because there are so many other things out there. That said, I thought I’d start off this week’s Bites by pointing out Baking Love‘s rendition of my Peppermint Cookies and Cream brownies because her version is gluten free! It’s a great and creative twist and, for my ... Read More »

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