I saw ideas for cauliflower tots that looked tasty from several other great food bloggers, some of them had an ingredient and/or method which I didn’t want to use, so I started experimenting to come up with my own version. I decided to make few tweaks, cooking the cauliflower in microwave before chopped it in the food processor, and drain the chopped cauliflower to keep the tots as crisp as i could get them. The mixture of the shredded cauliflower with some cornmeal gives it the perfect tot texture.
Indulge a little – and try this simple apricot & yogurt marriage. Its the perfect combination that will keep you and the family’s taste buds wanting more. Made with fresh apricot and yogurt, these golden baked muffins are wonderfully moist and tasty. Dense just enough to hold up the fruit in the batter, but are still very moist and tender. The bread part of the muffin has a light yogurt flavor, but the real flavor comes from the all that fruit, because these Muffins are Loaded with Apricots!
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Good morning! Anyone in the mood for a muffin this morning? I don’t know about you, but I am in the mood for a muffin just about every morning. And i guess that most of You would have thought about chocolate chip or cookie butter muffins, but for this morning i suggest you to
have blueberry muffins instead. This is a great muffin recipe to bookmark – it is so easy to throw together, and you can customize it with what you have on hand.
Recently I started seeing chocolate sugar cookies on Pinterest, not only around the holidays. I guess that the most of You think, and I definitely agree, that there is always a reason to make chocolate cookies; no special occasion is necessary.
They are thick, incredibly chewy, and even little bit chocolatey. They are, for all intents and purposes, perfect. And Yes, they will make your heart swoon.
Besides the endless amount of sugar I pour on my apron and obviously into my blog too, I also love breakfast and brunch recipes. I’ve got muffins, breads and some amazing French toast here. Muffins fall into the “quick” category as you can see why, when you make this recipe. All you need are two bowls; one for the wet ingredients, and one for the dry.