This! This! This! I feel like these should be called LIFE CHANGING MUFFINS because they have seriously given me a reason to live. I am still questioning if and how these can be guilt-free because they taste like freakin rainbows and unicorns had a baby. Have I been eating healthy too long and now everything sweet taste amazing? I don’t want to oversell how incredible these are. But try them for yourself and let me know! They are super chocolatey, ridiculously moist and have that fresh essence from the mashed bananas in the batter. What more could you ask for? Read More
OK, I am really excited about this creation. I am always making high protein concoctions for my *fiance*, Laron. Since pancakes (and any breakfast food really) are his favorite, pancakes are high on his “please figure out how to make a healthy protein packed version so I can eat it and not feel guilty” list. (Trademark coming soon) Read More
Caramel has always been a little intimidating to me. It’s probably the one recipe that I have ruined the most. I have a permanent scar on my thigh to prove it. Don’t ask.
But, lucky for me, this caramel recipe is almost fail-proof. You don’t need a candy thermometer and there are only five ingredients. Super easy. The only issue that still remains – if you don’t read the instructions thoroughly before you get started, you may not be prepared for the next step and time is of the essence whenever you are making caramel or candies.
You can use this caramel sauce in cupcakes, as an ice cream topping, or you can even blend it into ice cream using an ice cream maker to create the most amazing salted caramel homemade ice cream. One other way I have used this is one in my caramel brownie recipe. There are seriously endless options, especially if you are a caramel lover like me!
This is one of the most easy and fail-proof chicken dishes I’ve made. It’s a great addition to pasta and great for company. Another rendition of this dish is to add capers and white wine.
Season the chicken with salt, pepper and lemon pepper seasoning (on both sides). Then, lightly coat the chicken in seasoned flour to give it a light crisp coating. Read More