Peanut Ice Cream

Peanuts are the most popular nuts. They are mostly consumed as butter and in cocktails. They are healthy for the heart, and contains healthy fats and protein that are makes us feel full of energy. They are ideal for consuming after or before a workout with a kind of fruit. With peanuts, I can make a lot … Continue reading Peanut Ice Cream

Peanut Butter, Celery and Apple Ice Ceam

Do yo know about Peanut Butter and Co? They are a peanut butter lover company! They have a store in New York where they make delicious and insane dishes, desserts, appetizers, snacks and sandwiches. Between their peanut butter collections they have: smooth, crunchy, with raisins, dark chocolate (my favorite!), spicy and pumpkin (during fall). You … Continue reading Peanut Butter, Celery and Apple Ice Ceam

Eggs in Tomatoes

This is an unusual, interesting and fun way to eat eggs and tomatoes. It is super health because the egg is baked and you can either cook the egg in the tomato with the hard or soft yolk. It took about 15mins to cook the eggs at 300ºF in the skillet (I had mine soft … Continue reading Eggs in Tomatoes

Pumpkin Waffle

This Pumpkin Waffle topped with warm slices of apple, crunchy granola, blueberries, banana and pistachio butter are great for this new season. It is smooth and moist. Ingredients such as pumpkin, sweet potato and apple are the most popular when speaking of fall season. Any of this ingredients is well introduce to a warm dish … Continue reading Pumpkin Waffle

Apple Pie Crepe

Seriously, this crepe is truly amazing. What I love the most from apple flavoring are the healthy spices that are added such as cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and sometimes allspice or anise. You can taste these flavorful and aromatic spices plus the apple in this fall crepe. I mixed the batter with an apple juice … Continue reading Apple Pie Crepe

Peanut Butter and Banana French Toasts

This Peanut Butter and Banana French Toast dish is for those peanut butter and banana lovers. I used peanut flour that I made. I simply grind peanuts in my food processor until they turned into flour. It does not take even three minutes to make. To make the french toasts, I mashed half of a … Continue reading Peanut Butter and Banana French Toasts

Apple Pie Waffle

Lets celebrate September with Apple Pie Waffle! September is the month of apples. Bakers and grannies star to bake apple pies and the kitchen starts to emanate a sweet aroma that clothes all the house. This Apple Pie Waffle has the same effect: their sweet aroma reach all the house and warms you up. I … Continue reading Apple Pie Waffle

Crunchy French Toasts

This fantastic idea did not came through my mind originally. I went to IHOP with my ballet sister and they had this crunchy french toast in their menu as the main course that month. I though that dish as an amazing crunchy idea so I decided to make a healthy version without all the fats … Continue reading Crunchy French Toasts

Pumpkin French Toasts

  We are beginning September and falls is approaching. I made this soft and warm Pumpkin French Toast. Is separate bowls, I spread the pumpkin puree with the spices and in another bowl, I frothed the egg whites. I damped the whole wheat bread in the pumpkin spice puree and then I passed it through … Continue reading Pumpkin French Toasts

Green French Toasts

I have to mention that I was too excited to make this french toasts because I wanted to see the result of the green color but I was not too sure about the flavor because spinachs have a strong veggie taste. Non the less, the result was an explosive and indescribable taste! I added 1T … Continue reading Green French Toasts