Homemade Hummus and The Wild Wild West!

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Hummus is flavorful, filling and so easy to make! This protein and fiber packed dip starts with a can of drained garbanzo (chickpeas) a couple tablespoons of flavorful tahini (ground sesame seeds) a little garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, ground cumin and a pinch of cayenne pepper and salt, all blended until smooth and fluffy. …

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Orange Slices With Shredded Coconut / Hot 100 Challenge Week 11 Update

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Years ago I was talking with a woman about the holiday open house she did every year for her husbands business associates. I should tell you that she is a fabulous cook and really puts out a great spread. She told me about how one year she was running short on time so she left off …

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My Take On Weight Watchers Points Plus Plan & Bacon Egg & Cheddar Cups

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If you have read my story, you know that I am a lifetime member of Weight Watchers. I stopped going to meetings years ago, tweaked my diet to make it healthier but continued to count points as it had become a habit to do so. It also helps me to know I am staying on …

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Our Traditional Christmas Breakfast Includes Aebleskivers

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Yes it really is a word! Okay it can be spelled a variety of ways, aebleskiver and ebleskiver (a-bla-ski-va) are the most common in the English language. What are they? They just happen to be the most delicious Danish sphere shaped pancake you can ever hope to eat. Wikipedia says, “The flavor and texture is similar …

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Real Food Diet Cookbook Winner! & Carrot Apple Salad Recipe

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Congratulations Greta! You won the random drawing for the Real Food Diet Cookbook by Dr Josh Axe. Please email your mailing information to me, tami@nutmegnotebook.com and I will get the cookbook in the mail to your right away! Thank you to everyone who left a comment about one thing you changed to improve your diet. You …

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