I made some wonderful, peanut butter filled chocolate cupcakes
by using Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Choc cake mix then found a
recipe from Taste of Home website
and they turned out so good, the only thing I would do differently
is add more PB in the cupcakes, the recipe says a "scant"
whatever that means, but I'll add more,
either way they turned out moist and yummy.
DH is a peanut butter freak, and I say that in a very loving way,
so when he came home I surprised him with these.
They need to be refrigerated, so before you eat one, let it sit
out for a half hour and they're perfect.
Very tempted to have one right now for breakfast, hmmm!
I also made salmon, one of our favorite meals,
salmon has been so expensive lately so when it
FINALLY went on sale, I bought some and made
You salt and pepper your salmon, then add chopped garlic
and chopped dill and sprinkle over it.
Next you slice lemons and place over the chopped herbs
and sprinkle with chopped green onions.
Cover it like a gift
Lay it on a sheet of aluminum foil before seasoning,
after seasoning then lay another sheet over it
and close in the edges tightly.
Bake it at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes, or till it flakes
Then you have this wonderful, fresh goodness.
We had it with a BLT salad that I got from Allrecipes
We were very happy!
I also decided to do a little furniture arranging.
Since I was a kid I was
rearranging my bedroom, I get bored easily with the same
so I rearranged our sitting area off the kitchen, one of my
favorite spots in the house.
So it went from this
I feel by moving the folded table over closer to the fridge it
allowed more light to come in.
I like angling furniture, not sure what it is but I like the look
of it and I feel that sometimes, not always, it opens
up the room a bit.
So I'll live with this for a while, or if the house sells,
we have two more months from today before the contract is up
then we'll decide what to do.
Hope you enjoyed my recipe ideas and decorating ideas.