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Showing posts with label honey. Show all posts
Showing posts with label honey. Show all posts

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Spicy Lemon Ginger Tea #CIC

Use chili powder and honey to make a sweet and spicy tea.

Spicy and Sweet together in each sip!  Honey and chili powder are the ingredients for this month's crazy ingredient challenge.

Friday, December 12, 2014

Walnut Grape Salad

This recipe is awesome as it can be used as a salad or you can use it as a dessert.  It is sweet with just the right amount of crunch.  It is easy to make... What can be better? especially during the Christmas season when you are so busy.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Chai Latte from Calmer Sutra Tea

I was given the chance of tasting Calmer Sutra Tea and I have to say that it is wonderful.  I was given Chai Tea, Peppermyntle Tea and a jar of Calmer Sutra Ginger infused Honey.
  I was not asked to do a review and all opinions are 100% mine

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Ginger Honey Apple Sauce

First, I have to say that I love being a blogger and I love being able to try new products and bring them to my readers.  It makes my day when my readers let me know that they have tried the product on my recommendations.  Today I have a new product for you.

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Brown Rice Crackers and Salmon/Tomato Salsa

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.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Host Favorite... Honey ButterFinger Bites

If you follow my blog, you know that I pick one recipe to be my host favorite and I try to make it before the next Foodie Friends Friday Linky Party.  Last week, I found Honey-Butter Finger Bites from The Nerdy Farm Wife.  I am not sure if I have ever eaten butterfingers as I can't remember and I am sure that isn't possible for me not to have tried them as I have eaten every type of  candy there is.... but I don't remember what they taste like.  But this recipe intrigued me and it only had 3 ingredients.  I also love Nerdy Farm Wife's picture of them with the fallen leaves... So great.
The only thing about this recipe that I needed to change was the peanut butter.  We have a peanut sensitivity in the house, so I try very hard to stay away from it, so I decided that biscoff would work great and I also had some nutella.  That is what I am going to try  and both worked.  The biscoff bites were soft and chewy... just how I liked them and the nutella were harder... they also were good and I didn't put chocolate on the nutella ones.

Honey Biscoff/Nutella Butterfinger Bites
Honey Biscoff/Nutella Butterfinger Bites
adapted from The Nerdy Farm Wife
2/3 cup honey
1/2 cup peanut butter - I used crunchy biscoff in one recipe and nutella in another
chocolate chips for coating - I used Ghirardelli 60% chocolate

Place honey in saucepan and bring to a soft boil stage, (around 275 degrees).  Remove from heat and add either biscoff or nutella and stir for a few minutes.  Pour in pan that is covered with parchment paper.  Place in refrigerator to harden.  I took mine out after about 15 minutes to score so that it will be easier to cut when they hardened.  Once hard, bring out of fridge and break or cut into pieces.  Dip in melted chocolate and place back on pan covered with parchment paper and return to fridge to harden again.

I didn't dip the bites that I made with the nutella as I thought the chocolate in the nutella was enough.  The ones that I made with biscoff were softer than the ones that I made with nutella.


Bites made with biscoff and dipped in chocolate

the bites made with nutella