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Brownies for all

Today, people are becoming more aware of their bodies, and foods that make them feel their best. Sometimes, that means substituting traditional ingredients, for new ones. When it comes to baked goods, this can get really tricky, especially if you are trying to stay away from processed ingredients and make things taste as normal as possible.

There are many chefs who trying to help this issue and are focusing all their talents on finding yummy solutions. Admittedly I have just begun to look for alternatives that are natural, and unprocessed. I finally was able to perfect a recipe last weekend.

For chewy fudge brownies, you will need flaxseeds, cocoa powder, baking soda and a secret ingredient..

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Coconut dessert

This coconut dessert is made with 4 basic ingredients (and is gluten free): sugar, egg whites, vanilla and shredded coconut.  A great treat to keep guets entertained.  How do we make this dessert?coconut macaroon3991214011306335899..jpg

First, add two drops of vanilla to the egg whites. Next, beat the egg whites until soft peaks  form (or that it looks like fluff).  Slowly add in the sugar as you continue to beat the egg whites creating a meringue. The last ingredient to add to the batter is the shredded coconut. Once added in with the rest of the mixture one can either make by hand or use and ice cream to form the macarron balls. 20181105_1802121581060089330051647.jpg

Now that the macaroons are formed put them on a cookie sheet that is lined with wax paper  and bake them for20 to  25 minutes at 325 degrees farenheit. The macaroons should be soft, not too chewy, and their color should be a golden honey brown. Now they are ready to eat.

Thank you for reading!