1Your eyes aren& 39;t playing tricks on you- these are real sprinkles! You can easily achieve this awesome mani that& 39;ll shock everyone when you say you did it yourself! Stop drooling and let& 39;s get started!2Get your supplies ready to use. Put sprinkles in a big enough bowl to dip your fingernail into without hitting the bottom-- set aside and try not to eat& 39;em.
Gather suppliesUse blender or food processorCut line in half and squeeze juice outAdd yogurtWash cilantro thoroughlyIf your blender isn& 39;t high power it helps to chop up cilantroPeel one clove, if you like garlic you can add more later to tasteCut a piece of ginger the size of a nickelAdd all inBlendMight need to stop and push cilantro downThen add vinegar to taste, Jamaican peppers can also be added for spiceYou are done add to any meal you want :)
1Gather your tools together.2Wind wire around Sharpie. This combination gives you a larger ring. For a smaller link, try 16 or 18 gauge wire and a smaller dowel.3Remove coil. Use the flush side of the cutter (pictured above) to cut the rings.4With the flush side of the cutter facing the coil, clip away the excess wire.
Melt one stick of butter (4oz) and let it cool down a bitOpen the phyllo sheets beside you and have large work placeSpread carefully one sheet and brush it with butterThen place another sheet on top and brush with butter as well. Then the third and so on. Work fast so the phyllo will not dry outCut the sheets into rectanglesGrind together walnuts and pistachio or any of your favorite nuts.
Start by removing the hulls of your mushrooms and placing up-side down in a prepared baking dish.Chop up the stems of the mushrooms, squash.Here I am dicing the onionCombine chopped vegetables, salt and pepper to taste and a wee bit of cooking oil. This is your stuffing. You may want to add almond meal at this point to make it more & 34;stuffing-like& 34;.
Add ingredients to a bowl
Rather than type everything again please follow my pizza recipe up to stage 6 and then carry on as follows!Lightly flour a large baking tray.Tip dough out onto surface, knead for 20 seconds and then flatten out to approximately the same shape as your baking tray.Pour on a good slug of olive oil and your toppings.
1Combine crackers & powdered sugar into cuisinart.2Blend until fine.3Add melted butter. And blend.4Pat crust firm into bottom of spring form pan.56Combine eggs, cream cheese, sugar, vanilla, & Lemon juice7Pour into pan, then drop onto table to settle any air bubbles.8Bake @ 350 for 55-60 minutes.
Here are the supplies I got my flower buttons at walmart And my sunglasses at goodwillI fist cut of the back of the buttonsThen just start putting a drop of glue on the back of the back of the flower and place it were you want itAnd then just glue all the flowers! Make sure to hold it a little so it won& 39;t fall offThen just wear them out !
In a large bowl, whisk together sour cream and mayoI use & 34;Spectrum& 34; eggless/vegan light canola mayo. It has great taste.Add all the spices and mix wellAdd Worcestershire sauce and mix againCover and refrigerate for 30 min to let all herbs soften and release their flavor. Keep refrigerated for up to 2 weeks, but check the expiration date on your sour cream
1.0c Almond milk (or any preferred milk), 0.0c Regular oats (NOT instant, quick or steel cut), 2.0Tbsp Chia seeds, 0.0tsp Vanilla extract, 2.0Tbsp Walnuts-chopped, 1.0 Ripe banana, Pinch of salt, Agave nectar (optional)
Slice the meat as thin as possible. This is enough for dinner for two. Cut the meat in thin strips.Mix with your spices of choice. I used garam masala.Got this vacuum packer for Christmas, the only things I haven& 39;t tried to vacuum pack, is my husband and our two dogs. Let the spices work their magic for 2-3 hours in the fridge.