One Minute Bread
This is pretty awesome! When I mixed it up and after I nuked it, it looked like it was just going to be eggy. But this actually has a surprisingly bread-like texture. Much more so than the flax bun I did before. So this is now my go-to low carb bread :) I used this one to replace an English muffin in eggs Benedict. Perfect! (Picture by me, linked to original recipe)
Sweet Vidalia Onion Salad Dressing
One Perfect Bite was featured in the Sunday Brunch Segment of Amuse Bouche, the blog associated with the magazine Where Women Cook. It you're interested, the feature can be seen here. From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite...I'm fairly even tempered and it takes a lot to move me from cold to hot. That's not to say I don't have a pet peeve or two, and, as it happened, a couple of them surfaced today. One is the accumulation of unfinished cereal sitting in boxes that are only fractionally full…
Fast, Easy, & Healthy Snack Ideas - Averie Cooks
I’ve been playing around my new lens and trying to figure out how to get zoomed in and get good close up shots. That’s been easier said than done because it’s not a true macro lens, plus, it doesn’t zoom. Standing about 12-14 inches back and trying to get as close to the food as […]
26 Delicious One Mug Recipes for Time-Starved Cooks
Most people reach for it every day — their favorite mug. Whether yours is thrifted, love worn, DIY’d or impulse-purchased from a high-end boutique, one thing is certain: It’s a kitchen essential that can make your life easier. If the thought of dragging out mixing bowls and casserole dishes makes you want to run screaming out of your kitchen (we’ve all been there), never fear. The mug is here! With a few simple ingredients and a microwave, your cup can transform into a one-dish wonder. Not…
Let's face it, one of the biggest challenges of eating healthy, real food is replacing those quick, convenience foods of the past. So many people today rely on instant foods like Ramen Noodles and Cup-A-Soup for lunches and
Sweet Potato Baked Oatmeal | Sprint 2 the Table
This make-ahead sweet potato baked oatmeal is a decadent yet healthy treat to look forward to in the morning.
How to Make a Four-Course Brunch Using Only Your Microwave
After being amazed and inspired by all the gourmet recipes you can make using just your microwave, we decided to take on the challenge and make a whole meal with our trusty old nuker. What better than a full-on brunch with eggs in a nest, french toast, bacon hash, cinnamon apple oatmeal, and hot coffee chocolate? Amaze your friends by whipping up a four-course meal for two, faster than you can say poppity ping.
1 slice of American cheese Cut in half. Cut in half again. Cut each half in halves. Cut each of those halves in half. Keep going until you have 32 slim slices of cheese. Carefully arrange on a sheet of parchment paper. Microwave for 45 seconds. Let cool. Slide into a bowl or a bag. Enjoy!