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Waffle Topping Ideas Including Whipped Cream

March 22nd, 2014

Waffles have long been a staple of the breakfast food circuit, but jazzing up the usual list of toppings can take a certain degree of ingenuity. While most people might instinctively reach for a jar of maple syrup or a tub of salted margarine, the limitless possibilities of waffle topping ideas that involve whipped cream can change an everyday breakfast into one that...

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Make Dark Chocolate Covered Raisins And Other Healthy Snacks

March 22nd, 2014

When it comes to dessert, you don't have to be unhealthy to make something tasty. Fruit and other natural ingredients can be just as sweet and delicious as fatty cakes loaded with sugar and frosting. Here are a few health-conscious options to let you indulge your sweet tooth without having to feel bad about it. Dark chocolate covered raisins Chocolate-covered raisins...

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How to Make Strawberry Pie

March 16th, 2014

Strawberries are most commonly seen as fruit fit for summer gatherings, but a well-made strawberry pie can add some color and flavor to any season. The combination of sweet and bitter tastes from the strawberries and slight crunch from the crust makes for an incredibly versatile dish that also happens to be better for your health than most desserts. Also, because most...

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Getting To Know Some Different Kinds Of Cheese

March 6th, 2014

With so many cheeses available, each with their own unique taste and texture, it's worth examining some of the pluses and minuses of different types of cheese for your sandwich. Depending on your recipe or snacking agenda, some cheese may be better suited for the job than others. Cheddar BritishCheese.com explains that cheddar dates as far back as 1170, when the...

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How to Make Banana Bread

February 28th, 2014

If you're looking to make a delicious dessert but you don't have the time for hours of preparation, try making banana bread. The recipe for banana bread is extremely simple and there's a good chance that you already have all the ingredients. Take just ten minutes of time out of your schedule to prepare a loaf of banana bread today.Banana bread is a staple of...

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Vegetarians & Meat-eaters alike Enjoy Stir Fry Recipes with Pistachio Nuts

February 25th, 2014

Looking for a meal that's healthy, quick and easy to make and unique among its peers? Try these stir fry recipes with pistachio nuts.Whether you're a vegetarian or a meat-lover, stir fry is one cooking technique that that ensures a meal you can prepare in no time and enjoy at your leisure. Create with a wok The American Pistachio Growers assembled a number of recipes that...

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Guidance For Making Mint Chocolate Bark

February 19th, 2014

Some chocolate lovers won't be content to scarf down straight-up chocolate all the time. Sometimes, individuals with a sweet tooth require a smattering of pizzazz in their candy consumption. For those people - let's just say mint chocolate may be the thing to hit the spot. If you're wondering how to go about making mint chocolate bark at home, here are a few pointers from...

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You Can Bake a Cherry Pie Recipe and Choose your Fillings

February 14th, 2014

What better time to try out a new cherry pie recipe? Try one of these tantalizing recipes for a tasty cherry filling in a flash.Two recipes, one from the Food Network and one from The Joy of Baking, let you decide whether or not to cook the filling before baking the pie. In either case, you should begin by making your favorite two-crust pie dough recipe, which you can do in...

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How to make Strawberry Jam at Home

February 13th, 2014

Do you love strawberry jam and saving a penny? If so, you should consider trying to make this sweet and delicious preserve at home. Jams can be surprisingly easy to make, and if you get good at it you may be able to start giving out homemade jam to your family and friends as a gift. Also, many of the strawberry jams you can purchase at the store can be high in sugar, which can...

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How to Make Pizza Dough

February 4th, 2014

Instead of going out to buy a pie from your local pizzeria tonight, why not try making one yourself? Making pizza can be a fun way to for you to spend time with your kids or friends. The process is not as complicated as many believe it to be, and it can result in a delicious pizza that you might actually prefer to the slices you normally have at the nearby pizza parlor. Once...

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