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White Chocolate Popcorn

21 Oct

White Chocolate Covered Popcorn

White Chocolate Covered Popcorn. Yum. Like so addicted. But I will admit, this is not my idea! I first tried white chocolate covered popcorn in South Carolina at a chocolate shop called The Chocolate Tree . I couldn’t resist making a batch myself! Here’s to sugar highs!

Ohh so good

Ohh so good

Makes 1 bowl

Ingredients:

2 cups Organic Popcorn after it has been popped. (Or whatever popcorn… It doesn’t really matter so long as it’s popcorn)

1 square or 50g of White Chocolate (I used Donini Baking chocolate)

Directions:

1. Pop your corn! Then put that corn in a bowl!

2. Melt that chocolate for 1 and a half minutes in the microwave!

3. The pour that chocolate over that sweet tasty popcorn!

4. Put in the freezer for 5 minutes and then eat that sweet and salty magic corn!

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Black Truffle Oil Kale Chips

20 Oct
HOLY DELICIOUS KALE

HOLY DELICIOUS KALE

First of all, if you’ve gotten over scoffing at how standard it is for some chick to post a Kale Chip recipe, you’ve come to realize that Black Truffle Oil sounds pretty good and you actually love Kale Chips. You also are probably coming to the realization that you need a cast iron skillet. I love cast iron. And you should too because they are indestructible, have great heat distribution and retain delightful flavours and oils that improve with each meal you cook.

Cook for approximately 5-10 minutes on a Cast Iron Skillet

Ingredients:

1 head of Green Kale

Himalayan Pink Salt

Black Pepper

2-3 drops of Black Truffle Oil

1 tsp. Olive Oil

Directions:

1. Heat a medium sized skillet over Medium heat for 2-3 minutes. Drizzle olive oil onto skillet.

2. Wash and tear leaves off of Kale. Toss handfuls of Kale onto the hot cast iron skillet.

3. Let kale cook for a couple of minutes until kale turns a darker green. Kale will eventually turn slightly brown and crispy on the bottom, this is the perfect time to toss the Kale. continue to cook until Kale has reached desired crispiness. This will take approximately 10 minutes. Keep a close eye on the Kale!!

4. Remove Kale from heat and place into a bowl. Sprinkle Himalayan Pink Salt and Black pepper over kale. Then add a few drops of the black truffle oil. toss Kale a few times until truffle oil is evenly distributed.

5. Eat.

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