French Onion Twice Baked Potato 4 large potatoes baked and chilled 4 tablespoons of Butter 4 medium-sized onions, thinly sliced 2 tablespoons of Sugar (optional) 1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme 1/2 cup champagne 1 cup beef stock 2 cups grated Swiss and Gruyere cheese or Gouda Salt and pepper to taste Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
In a large skillet over medium heat, melt butter. Add onions, sugar, rosemary, and thyme. Cook until onions have sweated and become very soft. Add champagne and deglaze the pan. Add beef stock and bring to a boil. Cook until liquid is gone and onions are carmelized. Cut the tops off of the previously baked and chilled potatoes. Scoop the meat of the potatoes into a medium-sized bowl. Mash, add the onion mixture and then stir until well combined. Add cheese, reserving a little to sprinkle over the tops. Stir, again. Spoon mixture into potato shells, top with a little extra cheese, place on a foil-lined baking sheet, and bake in the oven until cheese melt…
We love brownies! Originating in Chicago at the Palmer House Hotel in 1893, the delicious marriage of the cake and the cookie is undoubtedly an all-time favorite.
Unfortunately, for health and ingredient conscious individuals, replacements often lack the flavor we crave. So, when we say, only two ingredients without the usual allergens, the first concern is taste. Fear not as this gooey chocolaty treat is not lacking any taste; in fact, it tastes better than most.
Cost: Less than $4.00 per batch
What you need…
1 box gluten free brownie mix (Theoretically, if you do not care about gluten you can use any box of your favorite brownie mix and still have a healthier treat.) 1 can of unseasoned black beans
Pour undrained black beans into a mixing bowl and mash with a potato masher. There is no need to crush every bean as the texture is nice.
Add the entire box of brownie mix and continue to mash the ingredients together until the mixture appears wet and dark. Exchange the potato masher …
The recipe base consists of only two ingredients and both are super healthy.
This is a fabulous recipe for health conscious and/or gluten free individuals. As a pancake or bread replacement, your imagination sets the limits.
A banana and an egg, is all it takes to create the batter for your healthy pancakes, add one or more stir-ins and toppings to make it uniquely yours.
We all know bananas are a healthy source of potassium, but the potential benefits are often obscure.
According to Medical News Today, bananas have several potential benefits. The potassium in bananas can help keep blood pressure in check and aid in healthy heart function. As part of a diet high in vitamin C, fresh fruits, and vegetables research found a significant reduction in cases of childhood leukemia and colorectal cancer.
Records show, a banana a day as part of a high-fiber diet, reduced glucose blood levels in type-1 and 2 diabetics.
Often bland diets used to treat diarrhea include bananas.