Monthly Archives: January 2013

Homemade Reese’s Puffs Cereal

Hello, friends!

Are you excited? I am! Milk & Cereal is posting a recipe for cereal! It had to happen eventually.

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How to make homemade peanut butter

Are you ready for the easiest tutorial you’ve ever seen?

If you’ve never made your own peanut butter, now is the time to start!

Favorite things about homemade peanut butter:
You save money by making it yourself.
You can feel good about knowing it doesn’t contain high fructose corn syrup and all kinds of mysterious additives.

How to Make Homemade Peanut Butter

How to Make Homemade Peanut Butter

 

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Krumkake

Hello, everyone, and happy 2013!

Please forgive my absence, but I hope you all had a very merry Christmas and are enjoying the new year thus far! Rob and I moved into our new house a week and a half before Christmas, and then we left town to spend the holiday with his family. So we’ve been crazy busy, and my blog, unfortunately, has been neglected.

Now we’re back at home, and my new kitchen is finally all cleaned and set up for fantastic food-making! Furthermore, my new kitchen is now equipped with a new KitchenAid mixer thanks to my wonderful husband. Hurray! I’ve never owned one, so you can probably imagine my excitement. 😀

KitchenAid

Aside from getting to spend lots of quality time with some quality people, that beautiful stand mixer was one of my favorite Christmas gifts. What was your favorite?

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That good-looking bunch is my family. Aren’t they beautiful? God really blessed me by bringing them into my life. We gathered at Rob’s parents’ house, and we had a most joyful time!

Let’s get on to the food now, shall we? I’m a Midwest girl, and like most Midwesterners, my ancestry contains a fair amount of Norwegian roots. The Norsk Høstfest, America’s largest Scandinavian festival, is hosted annually by my hometown of Minot. As you’ve probably figured out by now, today’s recipe comes from Norway. Krumkake (pronounced KROOM-kah-kah), is a Norwegian waffle cookie that looks and tastes similar to a waffle cone.

Krumkake

 

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