I have been fortune enough to be given a Wondermill through Grain Mill Wagon and absolutely love it. We have had so much fun grinding my own flour. So far we have ground black-eyed peas, popcorn and brown rice. It is easy and I am wondering if it is cheaper to do it this way then buying these different flours. You can grind all sorts of whole grains and also beans. They have a list of what the Wondermill Grain Mill can Grind.
Sunday, January 26, 2014
Friday, June 7, 2013
Not so long I was chatting with a co-worker about how peanut butter and chocolate goes so well together. As we chatted we came up with this combination for a treat. I came home and made and it was delicious, if I say so myself. This recipe really doesn't have any measurements as I just put things together but hopefully you will get the idea.
I do have to tell you a story, as I was making this, I place the caramel bits in a cup to melt in the microwave. I had set it first for 30 seconds and it didn't even come close to melting them, they were still hard. So I put them on again for 2 minutes ~ Thinking that I would check them about every 30 seconds. I was busy pouring the melted chocolate and drizzling the the peanut butter spread over the popcorn and snitching a kernel or two to taste that I forgot about the caramels in the microwave.... I am sure that you can imagine what happened. The next thing I knew was that the whole kitchen smelt like it was burning. The caramel was burnt to a crisp. The moral of the story is that when you are melting something you should set the time for short intervals so you remember to check it often.
Peanut butter Chocolate Caramel Corn
caramel bits (melted)
peanut butter spread
Make 1 -2 cups popcorn and add a handful of peanuts, spread on cookie sheet. Drizzle with melted chocolate, caramel and peanut butter spread. Let sit until hardens and enjoy.
The peanut butter spread I used was Der Dutchman Peanut Butter Spread.