BFB Favorites

I apologize for my absence lately. I’m sure as many of you know/ remember this is finals time…

Time to buckle down and remember what my professors attempted to teach me, and what I (may or may not) have learned.

Instead of sharing one of my recipes, I thought I would share I have noticed around the internet. These are recipes that are just fabulous.

First, Lindsey from Gingerbread Bagels has been on a bit of an ice cream kick. She recently posted a recipe for an amazing looking funfetti birthday cake ice cream. It looks so fun, and I can only imagine how it tastes! Funfetti is one of my favorite cake mixes and makes me think of one of my good friends, Kelly. I know she will swoon over this recipe.

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Second, Marnely from Cooking with Books posted an easy to follow tutorial on how to make your on cheese at home. It sounds so much simpler then I ever thought it would be. The possibilities with cheese making seem endless. This is something I have been interested in learning for a long time, and I want to try my hand at it as soon as possible.

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image credit: Cooking with Books

Third, Lillian from Sweets by Sillianah has been doing a section on yeast doughs and recently posted a recipe for homemade bagels. I saw this and I was amazed! I am definitely a bagel fan, but I don’t eat them often. Her homemade recipe is sure to change my mind as I’m sure it will anyone with a fear of carbs.

homemade bagels BFB Favorites

image credit: Sweets by Sillianah

Fourth, Vicki from Wilde in the Kitchen made a fresh and delicious sounding muffin with mango and lime. I don’t know about you but I am a huge tropical fruit fan. My parents taught me when I was younger to squeeze a little fresh lime on papaya and mango before you eat it to cut a little of the sweetness, so when I saw her amazing muffin recipe I knew it was a winner.

mango lime muffings BFB Favorites

image credit: Wilde in the Kitchen

And finally, Maureen at The Orgasmic Chef recently posted a recipe for a candy that is completely new to me, Maine Needhams. Have you guys heard of these little chocolate covered confections? They incorporate potatoes, powdered sugar, and coconut to create a completely different type of candy. I really want to give them a try. I love new recipe ideas!

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image credit: The Orgasmic Chef

I hope you stop by these blogs, leave a comment, and give some of these recipes a try. They all sound wonderful!