Sunday, December 18, 2016

Buckeye No Bake Cookie

These are my favorite no bake cookies, they are super simple and taste like a buckeye candy. If you have never buckeye candies, you can find that recipe here. Take these two recipes together and place them out on your table during the Ohio State Buckeye football games and they are surely to be a crowd pleaser. As Christmas rounds the corner be sure you put these bad boys out for Santa!! The kids will love making these with you for that good ol' Saint Nick!



You Will  Need:

1/2 Cup Organic Peanut Butter
2 tsp Organic Vanilla
1/2 Cup Organic Raw Milk
1/2 Cup Organic Butter
2 Cup Organic Sugar (I love coconut sugar)
4 tbsp Organic Cacao Powder
4 Cups Organic Quick Cooking Oats




Place the butter, sugar, milk, and cacao powder on the stove 


Heat on medium high to a roiling boil, and boil for 1 minute


Whisking often


Whisk in butter, and vanilla


Stir in oats


Done! YUM!


Drop pieces onto parchment paper, and let cool. 

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Friday, December 2, 2016

Canning Bean Soup

When canning anything you need to make sure to follow the directions to a tee! You cannot defer from the safe recipe that is provided to you. I do not want to name names, but I have seen some canning YouTubers who are NOT following the safe directions given to them and go off on their own doing whatever they wish. You cannot, by any means, do that unless you speak to the company first and get the approval from them. Click here to find the safe recipe that I am following below. If you have no experience with canning, then I recommend starting with my salsa recipe as it is super easy and does not require much skill. Sanitize your jar according to the link here! The link provided is to ball's website for beginners. And remember, when canning do it safely, according to the safe websites above and follow directions to a tee. You can use either 3 quart jars or 6 pint jars according to the national center for home food preservation.

My favorite soup ever! 

You Will Need:

Mason Jars, Quart
Mason Jars, Pints
Pressure Canner
Canning Accessories
Paper Towel or Kitchen Towel
Ball Canning Book


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