These 2-bite treats are rich, super chocolaty, and indulgent, with a crunchy hazelnut surprise in the middle. Amazingly, they contain absolutely no added sugar. Naturally sweet dates hit that note, so there’s no need for refined sugar. Each mini sweet also contains 3g fiber and 3g protein—a treat with benefits.
Ah, Spring. Raging wanderlust. The city is in full bloom and beckoning to prospective visitors to scratch that travel itch just enough to tide us over to summer vacation. And I just happen to know the perfect place to stay.Just over a year old, The Godfrey Boston is a full-service hotel with an inclusive, distinctly unfussy vibe.
Step 1Preheat oven to 350°F. Wrap potatoes individually in foil. Arrange on a baking sheet. Roast at 350°F until very tender, 60 to 75 minutes. Set aside until cool enough to handle, about 15 minutes. Peel potatoes; discard skins. Place potatoes in a large bowl; mash until smooth. Cool completely, about 20 minutes.
Cinnamon-Oat Peach Crisp Recipe This dead-simple oat topping can be repurposed for any stone fruit as it comes into season this summer or for pears and apples in fall. This recipe is from B’s Cracklin’ BBQ in Savannah, GA.Ingredients5 lb. medium peaches (about 12), peeled, sliced ½& 34; thick2 Tbsp.
Photo: Iain Bagwell; Styling: Heather Chadduck HillegasI consider this dish a modern Vietnamese cook& 39;s interpretation of a classic. If you can find white sweet potatoes, use them--they& 39;re drier and less sweet than their orange cousins, but traditional sweet potatoes will work just fine, too. Place the dipping sauce in a bowl surrounded by the lettuce and herbs so guests can build their own lettuce wraps as they like.
With all of the possibilities, it’s hard not to love this classic Italian dishPizzas can be baked in a variety of ways, but some of the tastiest are wood-fired.Well beyond its homeland, pizza is certainly one of the world’s most beloved dishes. Its very basic ingredients lend themselves easily to personal customization, which in turn makes it difficult for someone to not like one of the hundreds of possible variations of this Italian specialty.