If you find yourself with a huge chocolate craving and little to satisfy it, you might be tempted to splurge at some fast food place or run to the store for a sub par dessert option. Don't do it! There are better homemade options out there, trust me. Now, I've tried a lot of mug cakes and mug brownies in my day, but I had yet to land upon one that was truly perfect, and in my opinion, this one really is.
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These bright green baked goods will give you all the delight of a doughnut without any of the regret afterwards. Baking makes these doughnuts delicate and soft without excess oil and the matcha has a range of health benefits.
Ever struggle to get yours kids to eat a healthy breakfast? Do they turn up their noses at the sight of leafy greens? Battle both problems (and bake something delicious) with Green Smoothie Muffins.
A whole package of fresh spinach is blended into these muffins, the taste of which is hidden by the combination of bananas, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Lore surrounds the origins of pretzels, but many sources suggest that they were invented by European monks around 600 A.D. as treats to reward children for saying their prayers. Their shape was meant to represent arms crossed in prayer.
More rumors surround the origin of hard pretzels. The story goes that a baker fell asleep baking soft pretzels, they accidentally over browned, and when he tried them a new snack was born!
Remember when you were a little kid and eating the cookie dough was considered the naughty thing your mom let you do just because? After all, there are raw eggs in that! And then you got older and started making your own cookies and realized you didn't care about the raw egg risks and still ate all of the dough anyway? And then there would only be about two scoops left to actually make the cookies? For me, there's something about having an entire bowl of cookie dough at arms length that is like kryptonite.