In this episode of "Celebrating Life's Flavors", Chef and entertaining guru, Pace Webb from tasteofpace.com, talks about how she fell in love with cooking and how food inspires her. Watch Pace as she shows us her tips and tricks for cooking delicious dinner party food that your guests will remember.
Shauna Sever ( http://shaunasever.com ): This is a great everyday cookie recipe in that you can make it any ole day of the week ... and it's also okay to enjoy them every day of the week! The recipe calls for oat flour and eliminates the butter and eggs. You can easily make this cookie gluten-free and vegan as well. Give them a try. You'll love how versatile they are and, more importantly, how delicious they are to eat! :)
Shauna Sever ( http://shaunasever.com ): This is a sweet treat that's actually friendly to your waistline. The trick here is fresh vanilla bean. Vanilla is a great low calorie, rich tasting ingredient that will leaving you feeling like you've enjoyed a decadent creamy treat but without the need to hit the treadmill afterwards. The other great part about this recipe is that you can substitute a variety of fruit!
Will you be our valentine? No, seriously. Since we launched Kin Community a few months ago, we've been overwhelmed by your inspiring comments and your enthusiasm for our videos. We are moved by your devotion and we want you to know that we love you, too! So, here's a tasty treat from the bottom of our hearts. Thank you for watching and stay tuned for more! Happy Valentine's Day! xoxo
Here's another delicious recipe inspired by this year's Academy Awards. If you've seen Best Picture nominee "The Help" then you'll know there is a very special pie in the film. Don't worry, this version eliminates Minny's 'special ingredient'. Instead, you'll love the added crunch of the Heath bar. Mmmm...
Nothing invokes the senses of Paris more than crepes. This ubiquitous street food has such a distinct smell -- a mixture of sweet and savory -- that any hint of it leaves you imagining a romantic stroll through the City of Light. It's no surprise Adrianna Adarme of http://acozykitchen.com thinks it's the perfect culinary homage to Best Picture nominee "Hugo". However, her twist on the crepe introduces bananas sautéed in brown sugar and bourbon. YUM!
Adrianna Adarme of http://acozykitchen.com shares a delicious recipe for banana bread. Her twist includes blueberries and oats which makes this loaf a powerhouse for nutrition. Bake one this weekend and you'll be looking forward to your breakfast every day next week!
What's more delicious than zucchini bread? How about CHOCOLATE zucchini bread! This recipe was submitted by subscriber @daynniksla and is in fact one of his mother's recipes from his website www.freshrecipes.ca. This is a comforting recipe that's perfect for a decadent breakfast or a yummy dessert. Your kids will love it and probably won't even realize they're eating zucchini!
This warm, cozy, comforting recipe is a whimsical take on all American apple pie. Why not skip some steps and bake it right IN the apple!? Plus, this one has some yummy southern flare with the addition of sharp cheddar cheese. It's one part baked apple...one part apple pie...all parts delicious! Give it a try and tell us what you think.
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