M-J’s Low-Carb Almond Cookies

M-J’s Almond Cookies are low in carbohydrates, and high in protein.  Mix together in a large bowl:

Ground Almonds, 1 1/2 cups

One tablespoon of flour

Almond or Peanut Butter, three tablespoons

Egg Whites, 2

Pomegranate Juice or water, 1/4 cup

Ground Flax-Seed, 1/4 cup (optional)

One tablespoon of coconut oil

Splenda or Stevia, 1/2 cup or to-taste

Baking Powder, 1 teaspoon

Ginger, 1 teaspoon

Cinnamon, 1 teaspoon

Shape dough into balls and flatten them on an un-greased cookie sheet, and bake in moderately hot oven.

Watch cookies carefully; they will brown quickly on the bottom, so it may be necessary to move them to a higher oven rack during the last few minutes of baking.

©M-J de Mesterton 2012 Click Here to Read M-J’s Main Website, Elegant Survival

A Great Silicone Glove

My Kitchen Collection Silicone Oven Mitt is Green, but They are Offering the Same One in Black and aslo Red,
for 4.97 USD
Red Silicone Glove, $4.97
This is an elegant, comfortable and user-friendly silicone glove for handling hot materials in the oven and on the stove-top cooker. It has a smooth and luxurious lining, and is easy to slip one’s hand into quickly. The regular price of this oven-mitt is $7.99 at Kitchen Collection stores.

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The Texture of Brioche

This is what brioche, made properly, is like on the inside. The texture of brioche is light, and one can pull it apart in  fluffy strands.
©M-J de Mesterton 2011

Elegant Brioche

I have located a good brioche recipe, by Dorie Greenspan.
I don’t use a machine to make these small, fluffy rolls, or even a written recipe.
And it is more fun to process the brioche dough by hand.
A loaf of bread made using this dough, pain brioché, is ideal for making the traditional French toast known as  pain perdú.
~~M-J~~

Elegant Brioche

I have located a good brioche recipe, by Dorie Greenspan.
I don’t use a machine to make these small, fluffy rolls, or even a written recipe.
And it is more fun to process the brioche dough by hand.
A loaf of bread made using this dough, pain brioché, is ideal for making the traditional French toast known as  pain perdú.
~~M-J~~

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