Want. One day.
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I stumbled across this recipe years ago. After reading the reviews and seeing someone say that this cheesecake is what made their fiance propose to them….I knew it had to be good.
I follow the recipe closely but prefer powdered splenda as the sweetener.
For the crust I use
1.5 c finely chopped pecans (food processor)
.5 c almond meal
2 tablespoons splenda
2 tablespoons melted kerrygold butter
Mix together, press into a spring form pan
400° for 8-10 mins
The blueberry glaze was also super simple
1 package fresh blueberries
2 tablespoons splenda or sweetener of choice and may need more or less sweetener to taste
1 tablespoon water
Heat all the ingredients over medium heat until sauce thickens and berries break down. It will thicken up more once refrigerated.
Need to make this stat.
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Now you can dig into a healthy, finger-lickin’ good fried chicken dinner without going to KFC to buy a bucketful of the bad stuff… This past weekend, hubby and I were reminiscing about the pre-paleo days when we could enjoy good-old-fashioned fried chicken. You know the kind I’m talking about,…
Must try.Source: paleorecipecookbook
I’m in love with Portland. There I said it. This is one of the cutest cities I’ve ever been to and I’ve only been here for about 14 hours, 8 of which I was sleeping. It is a food heaven, super green, really happy town. I sound like a total hippy right now, but I don’t care. It’s amazing. I…
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Fed up with the same old oil-and-vinegar dressing? Or looking for a way to add some early-summer sweetness to your plate? Here’s your chance to make the most of strawberry season: a big pile of fresh fruit and vegetables, topped off with a sweet-tangy poppy seed dressing. Poppy seeds are…
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