I just thought I would give you a little update on my current poppet project. Her body is all sewn together, and now I’ll be stuffing and assembling the doll! Here’s where I’m at: Enjoy!
Last Saturday, DH had his first raw chocolate adventure. He made this: I call it Raw Chocolate Bliss, because when I eat it, it makes me feel so HAPPY! It is a combination of raw cacao paste, raw cacao butter, vanilla powder, pure maple syrup, coconut nectar, walnuts and hemp seeds. Many commercial chocolates give
Along with the waffles, which I posted the recipe for yesterday, we had an Orange-Blueberry Sauce which I made the night before. This is a great sauce to serve on waffles and pancakes. It also works well on top of raw cheesecake and ice cream! It’s not difficult to make, you just have to be
DH made waffles for breakfast on Sunday! I made blueberry-orange sauce for them the night before, so it was ready to go in the morning. These came out chewy, crispy and really yummy! What’s For Breakfast: GF Waffles Print Prep time 30 mins Cook time 20 mins Total time 50 mins Author: ScrapDeli.com
This is a basic, gluten free, “sweet” flour combination. To actually use it, it needs to be combined with starch and xanthan gum. Basic GF Waffle Flour Mix Print Prep time 10 mins Total time 10 mins Author: ScrapDeli.com Recipe type: Baking, Breakfast Diet: GF, VG Serves: 2 cups Ingredients 1 cup Bob’s
Our Thanksgiving dinner included a yummy Cranberry-Apple Pie for dessert. This was fairly easy to make, starting with a frozen pie shell. You could purchase a commercial GF or wheat pie crust at your favorite market, or use one that you’ve made ahead. In any case, the pie crust should be thawed but cold before
This year is our first totally vegan Thanksgiving dinner! We actually made our dinner on Tuesday, so that we could share it with MIL. Here’s what we had. From left to right: Carrots cooked in a sauce of orange juice, vegan butter and parsley Pickled green beans (served hot) Foxbarrel Blackberry Pear Cider (to drink)
I have something that I want to attach to the back of the poppet doll that I am making. I decided that using a magnet is a good way to make the object “stick”, yet make it easily removable. I have some small, super strong, neodymium magnets, and I decided to use one inside the