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Flourless Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

7 Nov

Nom-Rating: ***** (5/5)

Recipe Link

Two things.

First of all, this is my 100th post and, although some bloggers manage to churn out hundreds of posts each year, I’m pretty pumped and feel like I should celebrate…maybe I’ll even convince Mr. Torres to take me out to dinner tonight (not a  difficult task):)

Secondly, I’m going to do you all a favor and introduce you to these little bites of deliciousness.

Flourless Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

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Whole Wheat Oatmeal Pancakes

2 May

Nom-Rating: ***** (5/5)

Printable Recipe

I have a new favorite thing.

It’s called cooking without a recipe.


I love it.
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Easy Anise Biscotti

30 Dec

Nom-Rating: **** (4/5)

Printable Recipe

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I know I’m a bit late on the first greeting and a day or two early on the second, but I sincerely hope that this holiday season was full of wonderful things for you!

Mr. Torres and I had a splendid time spending time with each other, our families and our friends!

Best Friends

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Blueberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies (Take Two)

5 Feb

Nom-rating: ***** (5/5)

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After my last blueberry cookie attempt ended up producing cookies that were absolutely delicious, but absolutely non-blueberry-ish, I knew I was going to have to try again.

I still have approximately three years worth of blueberries in my freezer and we’re only about five months away from blueberry season!

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Nom-Worthy Chocolate French Toast

9 May

Nom Rating: ***** (5/5)

Printable Recipe

Chocolate French Toast

Another day off from school meant that chocolate pistachio French toast did not have to wait until the weekend. I was in the kitchen by seven thirty this morning ready to find out if the brioche bread that I made yesterday could redeem itself by making some amazing French toast!

The original recipe makes four French toast sandwiches, but I  cut all the ingredients in half. Mr. Torres and I attempt to watch our figures and I knew that one sandwich was enough for each of us. The original  also gives ingredient amounts in metric units. Fortunately, there wasn’t anything that needed to be precise and my approximations worked out perfectly. The recipe that you will find below is for two French toast sandwiches written using English units.

The ingredient list is quite simple really. You will need brioche, milk, eggs, cinnamon, nutmeg, chocolate spread, pistachios and maple syrup.


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