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This post may contain affiliate sales links. Please read my disclosure policy. Enjoy delicious, Easy Homemade Ramen at home with this tasty recipe! Fresh veggies and savory flavors turn into this fast and easy Asian-inspired soup. Want another ramen option? Change it up a bit with Ramen Stir Fry. Who Knew Homemade Ramen Was So Easy? Homemade Ramen is a big thing these days and I’ve jumped headfirst into the delicious abyss. And it is good. Oh so good. Noodles in a tasty broth are my jam. If you’re looking for an authentic recipe for ramen, this isn’t it. BUT, if…

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© 2022 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com © 2022 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com A bowl of oatmeal is one of the healthy ways to kick start your morning. It is easy, filling, delicious and healthy without added sugar. Oatmeal is packed with fiber, which can help to ease gut problems, and provides a wealth of vitamins and nutrients that we need for a healthy and nutritious start to the day. I used coconut milk to prepare the porridge, but any milk or even water would be just fine. It’s naturally sweetened with fruits, but if you really have to add a sweetener besides fresh fruit,…

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These Cinnamon Sugar Swirled Pancake Muffins are fun and delicious! Pancake batter swirled with cinnamon sugar and baked in a muffin tin. Serve with a drizzle of maple syrup! Pancakes and muffins collide in this fun treat! Tender, moist pancake muffins swirled with brown sugar and cinnamon – seriously, what’s not to love?  Our favorite part is the crisp sugary topping with the maple syrup drizzled over top. SO GOOD! Definitely a fun treat to bake on the weekend. Enjoy them for breakfast, brunch or evening treat! To Make These Cinnamon Sugar Pancake Muffins You Will Need: non-stick baking spray…

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If you use a bouillon base for broth, such as Better Than Bouillon, you could replace the 2 cups of broth with 2 additional cups of pasta cooking water and add the bouillon to it. Olive oil1 pound (455 grams) ground turkey1/2 cup panko, or another plain, dry breadcrumb1 cup basil pesto, homemade or store bought, divided4 garlic cloves, minced, divided2 tablespoons grated parmesan, plus more to serve1 tablespoon waterKosher saltFreshly ground black pepper1 large egg1 pound (455 grams) zucchini or summer squash, sliced into 1/4″ half-moons1 pound (455 grams) dried orecchiette2 cups chicken or vegetable broth (see Note) Heat…

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A decadent and delightful no-bake treat (and Queen Elizabeth II’s favourite) This no-bake Chocolate Biscuit Cake was said to be an absolute favourite of Queen Elizabeth II. It’s a deliciously simple cake that not only requires no baking but also needs just six simple ingredients. It also keeps for up to a couple of weeks in the fridge and can be frozen, making it a perfect treat for special occasions or just to slice up for lunch boxes or morning tea. The Queen’s favourite cake I decided to make up this recipe in the days following the death of Her…

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These simple no bake avalanche treats are SO addictive. Seriously, if you make these delicious cookies, be warned…they disappear quickly! My husband absolutely loves them. These treats are requested every year for his annual hunting trip. I never mind making them because they are only four simple ingredients and take about five minutes to throw together. They are perfect for the holidays and make a wonderful hostess gift. Ingredients Needed for No Bake Avalanche Treats: Crispy Rice Cereal (I use Rice Krispies) Mini Marshmallows White Chocolate Chips Creamy Peanut Butter Recipes notes: I’ve never made them with chunky peanut butter,…

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Challah, a traditional and ancient Jewish bread, is similar to brioche in that it’s marvelously rich, slightly sweet, and indulgently buttery in the best possible way. Perfect for Shabbat and Rosh Hashanah and family dinners and random homemade bread cravings. Shalom. Adapted from Marc Grossman | New York Cult Recipes | Sterling Publishing, 2014 Always wanted to try your hand at baking homemade challah? Perhaps it’s time you do something about that. We’ve heard from several people that this recipe was their initial foray into bread-baking. This particular challah bread recipe turns out a loaf that’s rich, dense, and slightly…

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This Asparagus Skillet is a delightful combination of sweet potatoes, fresh corn, asparagus, and bacon with a drizzle of balsamic. Asparagus Skillet This was something unexpected that I pulled together for a dinner side dish a few years ago, using odds and ends from the refrigerator. It was one of those nights where I stood there staring just waiting for inspiration. As if I expected a meal to magically appear. So I started pulling out things that just need to be used up, a random ear of corn, a few strips of bacon (what were those doing left alone, that…

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This post may contain affiliate sales links. Please read my disclosure policy. This Apple Turnover recipe is simplicity at its best and the perfect treat for Fall. Store-bought puff pastry filled with buttery cinnamon apples and baked until puffed and golden. Topped with a simple sweet glaze and served warm. Delicious on their own, but even more tasty with homemade whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. Easiest Apple Turnover Recipe, like ever. Growing up, I used to hate the texture of cooked fruit, especially apples! I even hated fresh apples for a time. One time my mom was serving some…

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Fall is my favorite season for so many things. It’s my favorite time of year to be outside with beautiful colors and crisp temperatures. It’s also my favorite holiday season (Halloween/Thanksgiving) and it’s my favorite time of year to be in the kitchen! This Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner is a wonderful way to get dinner on the table this time of the year.  The weather is starting to change finally here in Denver and I thought I’d kick off the fall cooking season with this easy Autumn Chicken Sheet Pan Dinner with sweet potatoes and brussels sprouts. It’s a full…

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