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Some healthy food options may include mushroom bolognese, clockwise from top left, grain burger, chocolate cherry chia pudding, eggplant meatballs with cauliflower rice, tempeh tacos with peach salsa and raspberry walnut quinoa. (Courtesy of Lisa Drayer)

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ATLANTA – Going 100% vegan, cutting carbs, or trying to lose 30 pounds fast is daunting, drastic, and hard to sustain. And such lofty goals may not be healthy choices for you.

Instead, try setting weekly mini-goals, which can help make intentions like losing weight, lowering your cholesterol, or going on a plant-based diet less daunting and achievable.

This is how I have always worked with clients: I teach them about slow, gradual behavioral changes that, when combined, result in significant health improvements over time.

The good thing about setting small goals — and what makes them achievable — is that they don’t require major changes to your daily routine. To be successful, these goals must be realistic and specific, with measurable results.

Here is an example of a simple week-by-week guide to eating well and being healthier:

Week 1: Improve your breakfast by making it high in protein

If you eat a high-carb breakfast and are struggling with mid-morning hunger and energy slumps, add protein to your morning meal. Protein will help keep your blood sugar levels stable and keep you feeling full.

Healthy breakfasts that incorporate protein include Greek yogurt with flax seeds and berries; egg white and spinach omelet; a tofu scramble; smoked salmon with light cream cheese on Wasa bread; cottage cheese with slices of cantaloupe or other fruit; almond butter with banana slices on whole-wheat bread, drizzled with honey; breakfast quinoa with raspberries and walnuts; or chia pudding and chocolate cherries.

Week 2: Add a vegetable to lunch and dinner

It’s a simple way to make your plate more plant-based while increasing fiber. Here are some creative ways to add vegetables to your daily diet.

Include spinach leaves in a sandwich; snack on baby carrots and hummus; add a mixed green salad as part of dinner; enjoy mashed cauliflower instead of baked potatoes; roast Brussels sprouts, rainbow carrots or eggplant cubes on the side; add broccoli, mushrooms or cherry tomatoes to pasta; stir-fry with peppers, kale or hearts of palm; or enjoy sliced ​​ripe tomatoes or sliced ​​cucumber with a small amount of olive oil and a pinch of salt.

Week 3: Add two fruits each day

Adding fruit to your diet will boost vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber, and is a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth without consuming added sugars. It’s easy to make as an on-the-go snack or add to a meal.

Add strawberries or blueberries to breakfast cereal or yogurt; grab a clementine for a snack; eat a banana with almond or peanut butter to relieve midday hunger; cut a kiwi in half and eat it with a spoon; have berries with whipped cream for dessert, or peaches with fat-free whipped topping; or enjoy apple or mango crisps as a portable snack.

Week 4: Add an 8 ounce glass of water with each meal

It’s an easy way to remember to hydrate. Replacing water with higher-calorie beverages can also help you cut added sugars from your diet and limit your alcohol intake. To brighten the water, add lemon or orange slices to plain water or seltzer water.

Week 5: Take a tea break

Green tea and black tea are rich in anti-aging polyphenols and contain theanine, an amino acid that promotes relaxation. Tea, in general, can contribute to your daily fluid intake; plus all herbal teas are included – can be helpful in relieving hunger. Try to choose the tea you like the most and take time out of your busy day to sip and recharge.

Week 6: Cut your portions in half

One of the easiest ways to cut calories without having to measure or weigh food is to simply cut your portion sizes in half.

For example, the eyeball can cause an 8 ounce serving of chicken, fish, or meat to become 4 ounces; similarly, a 2 cup bowl of pasta divided in half becomes 1 cup. Choose your largest portions of protein and starches each day and reduce them by dividing them into two halves.

Week 7: Find 20 minutes of fitness a day

Adjusting to fitness can be difficult, especially with a busy schedule. Start small by doing 20 minutes of cardio, stretching, strength training, or any other activity that makes your body feel good. Exercise can boost circulation and improve your mood, and can also help you eat better and sleep better.

Week 8: Replace refined grains with whole grains

Try eating a sandwich with whole-wheat bread instead of white bread, enjoy oatmeal for breakfast, choose whole-wheat pasta or crackers instead of refined versions, and opt for brown rice (including included with sushi) instead of white rice.

Whole grains contain more fiber and vitamins and have been linked to health benefits, including a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.

Week 9: Add one “Meatless Meal” per week

Vegetarian diets are associated with many health benefits, including a lower risk of obesity, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes. Plus, plant-based diets are also better for the planet. To eat more plants in your diet, designate one dinner a week as a “meatless meal.”

Some options include tempeh tacos instead of beef tacos, mushroom bolognese, eggplant meatballs, or a veggie burger instead of a beef burger. For more ideas, check out “The Meatless Monday Family Cookbook.”

Week 10: Replace a high-sugar food with a less sugary version

Choose a food that you eat frequently that is high in sugar and replace it with something healthier.

Examples include sliced ​​fruit instead of sweet jam on toast, salsa instead of ketchup, or “nice” frozen banana cream instead of ice cream. You can also use cinnamon instead of sugar as a spice for cereals, oatmeal, and baked goods.

Week 11: Stop buying trigger foods and drinks

It can be hard to resist tempting foods and sweets when they take pride of place in your kitchen. There’s a lot to be said for Out of Sight, Out of Mind. Make it easier to stick to your goals by avoiding your trigger foods. Do not bring cookies, chips, sweets, high calorie drinks or other similar foods from the supermarket.

Week 12: Get more sleep

Sleeping more isn’t just important for concentration during the day, it can also translate to slight weight loss over time. In a recent randomized trial, overweight adults who increased their sleep time from 6.5 to 8.5 hours over a two-week period reduced their calorie intake by an average of 270 calories per day – an amount that translated into a weight loss of 26 lbs. over three years.

To improve your sleep, put away blue light-emitting devices such as cell phones, laptops, iPads, and televisions at least 45 minutes before bedtime. Light can interfere with the production of melatonin, a hormone that plays a role in the synchronization of circadian rhythms.

By making these changes to your daily diet, you’ll naturally crowd out unhealthy foods and drinks while creating a healthier lifestyle one week at a time.

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Disney’s Food & Wine Festival returns with an eight-week culinary celebration https://fallensouffle.com/disneys-food-wine-festival-returns-with-an-eight-week-culinary-celebration/ Tue, 08 Mar 2022 19:33:37 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/disneys-food-wine-festival-returns-with-an-eight-week-culinary-celebration/ Wines from Napa Valley, beers from San Diego, artichoke hearts from the Central Coast and pastries topped with fruit grown in Northern California are on the menu at Disney California Adventure theme park’s 2022 Food & Wine Festival. , which opened on March 4 and will run until April 26. This year’s eight-week festival is […]]]>

Wines from Napa Valley, beers from San Diego, artichoke hearts from the Central Coast and pastries topped with fruit grown in Northern California are on the menu at Disney California Adventure theme park’s 2022 Food & Wine Festival. , which opened on March 4 and will run until April 26.

This year’s eight-week festival is the 12th to be held at Disneyland’s sister park in Anaheim since 2006. The hugely popular festival draws large, hungry crowds during what is typically a slow time of year for California tourism. In honor of the California-centric celebration this spring, the Soarin’ Over California version of the park’s Soarin’ Around the World ride is back for a limited time.

The festival features chef and mixology demonstrations, cooking-themed children’s stage shows, and specialty menus at restaurants throughout the Disneyland Resort and Downtown Disney shopping district. There is also a wide variety of California wines, beers, and cocktails available for adults at kiosks and restaurants throughout the park.

One of the most popular features of the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival is the Festival Market, where California-themed food bites can be purchased for prices starting at $4.25.

(Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)

But the festival’s main attraction each year is the Marketplace, a collection of 12 food kiosks spread across the park serving tasting portions of hot and cold food inspired by Californian cuisine. The menu changes every year, with only a handful of customer favorites making repeat visits year after year. Individual food items can be purchased at prices ranging from $4.25 to $8.50, or park visitors can purchase a “sip and savor” pass for a choice of eight dishes or non-alcoholic beverages for $57.

Booths have themes that celebrate California’s best-known artisan cultures and foods. These include the Avocado Time booth, Garlic Kissed, I Heart Artichokes, Peppers Cali-Ente, Nuts about Cheese, Berry Patch and LA Style, which showcases some of the food truck specialties that LA is famous for.

Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival

With the opening of the Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure last year, several food stations in this area of ​​the park are also offering bite-sized festival fare that can be purchased with a Sip and Savor pass.

Each year, the Disneyland Resort culinary team conducts extensive research to determine the hottest new culinary trends, ethnic flavors, seasonings and ingredients. In recent years, this has included plant-based vegan options Impossible Burger, chicken and waffles, banh mi sandwiches, lavender-infused cold brew coffee, and Anaheim chili relleno “bites.”

This year’s menu celebrates American comfort foods, with burgers, mac and cheese options, hot dogs, grills and fried savory dishes.

What’s new to eat this year?

Here’s a look at some of this year’s new food items, both at Market kiosks and other Disney California Adventure dining locations:

Peanut Butter & Jelly Mac at the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival.

Peanut Butter & Jelly Mac, a kid-friendly mac and cheese dish at the 2022 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival, through April 26.

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Peanut butter and jelly macaroni: The macaroni and cheese dishes are among the festival’s best sellers, so there are always a few new options every year. This new twist on mac and cheese is both toddler-friendly and a savory dessert option. It’s macaroni and cheese topped with brown sugar streusel and strawberry “crackers” on top. It can be found at the Nuts About Cheese kiosk.

Glazed BBQ Pork Belly at Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival 2022.

Glazed BBQ Pork Belly at Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival 2022.

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Glazed BBQ Pork Belly: Another perennial favorite of Food & Wine Festival diners is pork belly. This year, the dish is presented in an Asian-style glazed barbecue and served with a furikake-togarashimac salad. This can be found at the LA Style booth.

French Onion Grilled Beef Tenderloin Slider at the 2022 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival.

French Onion Grilled Beef Tenderloin Slider at the 2022 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival.

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

French Onion Grilled Beef Tenderloin Slider: Festival-goers love their beef, always present at the Marché du Festival in mini-burgers, steaks, short ribs and other cuts and styles. This year’s creation is the Mini Filet of Grilled Beef Tenderloin with French Onion, topped with Gruyere cheese sauce and caramelized onions served on an onion roll. This can be found at the Cluck-A-Doodle Moo kiosk.

IPA Sausage Dog at Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival 2022.

IPA Sausage Dog at Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival 2022.

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

IPA sausage dog: This hot dog-style bite is a sausage made with India Pale Ale beer brewed in California, served on a soft pretzel role with onion-pepper pot, cheddar cheese sauce and malt vinegar-jalapeño crunch. It can be found at the California Craft Brews kiosk.

Raspberry Spiral Ration at Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival 2022

Raspberry Spiral Ration at Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival 2022.

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Raspberry Spiral Ration: Served in a booth at the brand new Avenger campus, this mini dessert is a yellow strawberry churro twisted into a spiral shape, dusted with sugar and topped with California berry compote. It can be found at the Terran Treats stand.

Chicharron-crusted fried artichoke dip at the 2022 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival.

Chicharron-crusted fried artichoke dip at the 2022 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival.

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Chicharron-crusted fried artichoke dip: California artichoke hearts are rolled in crushed chicharron (crispy pork rinds), fried, sprinkled with Oaxaca cheese and served on a bed of smoked peppercorn cream. This dish can be found at the I Heart Artichokes kiosk.

Milk Chocolate Peanut Mickey Macaron at the 2022 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival.

Milk Chocolate Peanut Mickey Macaron at the 2022 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival.

(David Nguyen/Disneyland Resort)

Snickers Caramel-Peanut Milk Chocolate Mickey Macaron: Mickey’s ear macaroons are among the best-selling desserts at the festival every year. This year’s version of the treat is made with chocolate macaroon cookies, filled with caramel ganache and Snickers chocolate bar pieces and topped with nuts and chocolate frosting. It can be found at the Nuts About Cheese kiosk.

Culinary demonstrations

Another feature of the festival this year are cooking demonstrations offered over the weekend by Disneyland Resort chefs and guest chefs from across California.

Chef Events: More than 30 chefs from across California and the Disneyland Resort will present free one-hour cooking demonstrations at 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday on stage in the Hollywood Land area of ​​the park. Among this year’s chefs is San Diegan’s Rich Sweeney, who appeared on the TV series “Top Chef” in season 5 and is now executive chef at Stone Brewing World Bistro & Garden at Liberty Station. Sweeney will demonstrate on April 3.

Festival Sponsors: Mini-cooking demonstrations and educational programs will be featured on weekends featuring California-made foods and other products.
March 12-13 and April 2-3: California Milk Advisory Board
April 16-17: Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Co.
April 23-24: National Geographic

Oenological receptions

California winemakers will host wine tasting receptions featuring paired bites. Advance reservations are recommended and are priced at $140 each, plus tax and tip. They take place at the Carthay Circle Restaurant.

  • Vineyard The Artishasic in Contra Costa County with sommelier Chris Hoel and Artie Johnson. 7 p.m. on March 18.
  • Skywalker Vineyards in Marin County, owned by “Star Wars” filmmaker George Lucas, will host a tasting with Tom Johnson. 7 p.m. on April 8.
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10 of our best vegan dessert recipes from February 2022! https://fallensouffle.com/10-of-our-best-vegan-dessert-recipes-from-february-2022/ Sun, 06 Mar 2022 14:48:26 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/10-of-our-best-vegan-dessert-recipes-from-february-2022/ What if life was just desserts? Well, it can be with these February desserts! With treats like ice cream sandwiches and chocolate covered sandwich cookies, you’ll find yourself adding these to your dessert rotation. Plus, they’re all vegan! 1. Banana Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwiches Source: Banana Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwiches These Chocolate Chip […]]]>

What if life was just desserts? Well, it can be with these February desserts! With treats like ice cream sandwiches and chocolate covered sandwich cookies, you’ll find yourself adding these to your dessert rotation. Plus, they’re all vegan!

1. Banana Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwiches

Vegan banana and chocolate chip sandwiches

Source: Banana Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwiches

These Chocolate Chip Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches from Desiree Rodriguez are the perfect treat!

2. Raw Peppermint Oreos Dipped in Dark Chocolate

Peppermint Raw Vegan Oreos Dipped in Dark Chocolate

Source: Raw Peppermint Oreos Dipped in Dark Chocolate

These Raw Peppermint Oreos Dipped in Dark Chocolate from Emily von Euw for Homemade Peppermint Oreos are the BOMB yo. It’s ideal when you want the most decadent Oreo on the planet, without the nasty stuff that comes in the store-bought brand. Plus, it tastes just as good as the pictures, and I know you freak out over the pictures. Basically, we have chewy chocolate cookies sandwiching a vanilla-peppermint coconut cream filling. Yup. Oh yeah, so all of these homemade Peppermint Oreos are dipped in chocolate, making them double chocolate. Can life get better? Well, yes, because these are also very good for you and easy to make. Well, now life can’t get any better.

3. Pineapple Cake

Vegan pineapple cake

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This pineapple cake from Namrata Edward Kshitij is fruity, sweet and moist with a lovely caramelized sugar glaze, topped with juicy pineapple chunks! And it’s so, so easy to do!

4. Strawberry Donuts with Jam Glaze

Vegan Strawberry Donuts with Jam Glaze

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These Strawberry Donuts with Jam Glaze from Holly Jade look just as delicious as any donut, but they’re healthier for you! They’re gluten-free, contain fruit and less sugar than your regular donuts, and are completely vegan. These can be eaten plain or add whipped buttercream frosting and chunks of freeze-dried strawberries for extra decadence and crunch!

5. Cinnamon Chickpea Blondies

Vegan Cinnamon and Chickpea Blondies

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These chickpea and cinnamon blondies from Jenn Sebestyen will be your new go-to treat! They are soft and tender in the center with just a bit of a crispy crust on top. They are perfectly sweet, healthier than your average blondie recipe, and so addicting! While they contain a fair amount of sugar, they’re also high in protein, fiber, folate, and iron, so you can feel good about your new afternoon treat! Oh, and guess what? They are also gluten and oil free! You have to try making these vegan chickpea blondies!

6. Thick and Creamy Hot Chocolate

Thick and Creamy Vegan Hot Chocolate

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This thick and creamy hot chocolate from Kat Condon is far from your average cup of cocoa. Made without any dairy, this thick and creamy vegan hot chocolate contains a secret ingredient that gives it that silky smooth texture!

7. Mocha Caramel Ice Cream With Almonds And Dark Chocolate Chunks

Vegan Mocha Caramel Ice Cream With Almonds And Dark Chocolate Chunks

Source: Mocha-caramel ice cream with almonds and dark chocolate pieces

This caramel mocha ice cream with almonds and dark chocolate pieces by Larice Feuerstein is creamy, rich and chocolaty with notes of coffee, almond and dark chocolate pieces and ribbons of homemade caramel. Despite all that decadence, it’s free of dairy and refined sugars, getting its perfect sweet, caramelized flavor only with dates.

8. Salted Maple Pecan Pie Energy Balls

Vegan Energy Balls with Maple and Salted Pecans

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These no-bake energy bites are sweet and savory, the pecans accent the maple syrup perfectly, and the coconut adds a nice chewy kick. Plus, these Angelina Papanikolaou Salted Maple Pecan Pie Energy Balls are gluten-free, paleo, and vegan! The best part? You only need 5 simple ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry!

9. Salted Caramel Protein Bar

Salted Caramel Vegan Protein Bar

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This Salted Caramel Protein Bar from Vicky Coates is one bar you seriously want to make. They are gluten free, refined sugar free and packed with protein!

10. Buttery Brittle in 5 Minutes

Vegan Buttery Finger Crunch in 5 Minutes

Source: 5 Minute Butterfinger Brittle

Oh man, this 5-Minute Butterfinger Brittle by Kristen Genton is so delicious! It tastes amazing like a Butterfinger candy bar, but it only takes six ingredients and five minutes to make. Seriously, just five! It’s crispy and crumbly, sweet and flaky – you’ll be immersed in chocolate and peanut butter bliss before you know it!

Learn how to cook plant-based meals at home

Vegan oatmeal with coffee and chia seeds

Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods is known to help chronic inflammation, heart health, mental well-being, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergic, gut health, and Continued! Unfortunately, the consumption of dairy products has also been linked to many health problems, including acne, Hormonal imbalance, Cancer, Prostate cancer, and has a lot Side effects.

For those who want to eat more plant-based, we highly recommend purchasing one of our many plant-based cookbooks or downloading the Food monster app which features thousands of delicious recipes, making it the largest vegan recipe resource to help reduce your environmental footprint, save animals and get healthy! And, while you’re at it, we encourage you to also educate yourself on the environmental and health benefits of one plant-based diet.

Here are some resources to help you get started:

For more content on animals, earth, life, vegan food, health and recipes published daily, subscribe to the Newsletter A Green Planet! Finally, public funding gives us a greater chance of continuing to provide you with high-quality content. Please consider support us by making a donation!

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Upgrade your favorite snacks like Doritos Crusted Cauliflower, Rocky Road Bunches, Cookies and Cream Sandwiches https://fallensouffle.com/upgrade-your-favorite-snacks-like-doritos-crusted-cauliflower-rocky-road-bunches-cookies-and-cream-sandwiches/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 13:51:08 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/upgrade-your-favorite-snacks-like-doritos-crusted-cauliflower-rocky-road-bunches-cookies-and-cream-sandwiches/ Enjoy National Snack Day with these homemade treats. March 4, 2022, 1:17 p.m. • 5 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article Whether your snack is a bag of chips, popcorn, or cookies, we’ve got some serious chef-approved upgrades just in time for National Snack Day. Dan Churchill, chef and owner of Charley […]]]>

Enjoy National Snack Day with these homemade treats.

Whether your snack is a bag of chips, popcorn, or cookies, we’ve got some serious chef-approved upgrades just in time for National Snack Day.

Dan Churchill, chef and owner of Charley St. in New York, joined “Good Morning America” ​​to share homemade snacks that combine nostalgic dishes with a dash of creativity to create something fun and new.

Cream Oreo cookies and sandwiches

Ingredients113 g (1 stick) butter, soft

1 cup of sugar

1 3/4 cup flour

1 cup Hershey’s Chocolate Chips, melted

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/4 tsp salt

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

8 crushed Oreos

For the cream

4 cups soaked cashews

1 cup lukewarm water

2 tablespoons of maple syrup

1 tablespoon of vanilla

20 crushed Oreos

directions

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Using a hand mixer, mix the softened butter with the sugar. Add the melted chocolate. Stir in flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Add crushed Oreos.

Let the dough rest in the refrigerator for 15 minutes. Roll 2 inch balls with the dough. Bake for 13 minutes.

For the cream: In a blender, mix the soaked cashew nuts with the water. Add the water little by little. You are looking for a creamy but thick consistency. Stir in maple syrup and vanilla extract.

Assembly: On a biscuit, place a dab of cream. It should be about 1 inch thick. Cover with another cookie. Roll the sandwich cookie in the crushed Oreo powder.

Honeycomb Popcorn Bars

Ingredients
1 cup dry corn kernels, sautéed in popcorn
1 tablespoon oil
2 tablespoons of salt
3 cups of sugar
1 tablespoon baking soda
1 cup Hershey’s Chocolate Chips, melted

directions

For the popcorn: In a saucepan over medium-high heat, drizzle with olive oil. Stir in corn. Let it burst. Add the salt.

For the honeycomb: In a saucepan over medium heat, add the sugar. Cook until it forms a golden caramel (about 6-7 minutes). Remove from fire. Add baking soda. Stir constantly until it thickens.

For the chocolate: In a bain-marie, melt the chocolate.

To assemble: In a mold, add the honeycomb, cover with the popcorn. Drizzle over the melted chocolate. Leave to rest in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour.

Dorito-Crusted Cauliflower Bites

Ingredients
For the cauliflower
1 head cauliflower, cut into florets
1 cup flour
1 1/2 cup milk
1 tablespoon olive oil
Salt and pepper
1 bag of Doritos

For the aioli
1 packet of silken tofu
1 tbsp garlic powder
1 tablespoon onion powder
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper

directions

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Crush the Doritos. In a bowl mix the flour with the milk and olive oil. Salt and pepper. Dip the cauliflower florets in the batter. Then dip the cauliflower in the Dorito powder.

Bake for 25 minutes.

For the aioli: Mix all the ingredients in a blender until smooth.

Serve the wings with the sauce.

Rocky Road Almond Clusters

Ingredients
1/2 packet of Hershey’s Chocolate Chips
1 packet peanut butter chips, melted
1 cup corn flakes
1 cup mini marshmallow
1 cup whole almonds with brown skin, toasted

directions
In a double boiler over medium-high heat, melt the chocolate and peanut butter chips.
Place 1 teaspoonful on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Garnish with marshmallows, cornflakes and almonds.
Refrigerate 15 minutes until set.

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Affordable meals to keep costs down https://fallensouffle.com/affordable-meals-to-keep-costs-down/ Fri, 25 Feb 2022 14:59:15 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/affordable-meals-to-keep-costs-down/ FFamilies that budget for groceries each month have no doubt had to adjust their budgets to account for the rising cost of food. For some, that means eating less or cutting out the extras. For others, it means stretching what they have – perhaps adding more pasta or rice to a meal. Facebook groups for […]]]>

FFamilies that budget for groceries each month have no doubt had to adjust their budgets to account for the rising cost of food. For some, that means eating less or cutting out the extras. For others, it means stretching what they have – perhaps adding more pasta or rice to a meal.

Facebook groups for families on a budget are full of comments from people looking for creative ways to stretch food or save on weekly grocery purchases. Some said fresh fruit, once considered a staple, is becoming a luxury in their homes. Others say they’ve cut “fun foods” from their budget – replacing ice cream for dessert with graham crackers, for example.

Some families may turn to their Depression-era grandparents’ saving advice – put loaves of bread in the freezer when they find them on sale or turn to canned vegetables instead. than fresh.

Even families that aren’t on a budget might notice a relief in their grocery receipts by changing a few habits while bending during this time of inflation. Here are some ways to save – and some money-saving recipes.

5 ways to save

  1. Meal plan. Plan meals for two weeks at a time and – this is the hardest part – stick to it.
  2. In-store sales. Check what’s on sale at grocery stores. If chicken is on sale for $1 a pound, buy more than you normally would and keep some in the freezer.
  3. Cook in bulk. Roasting a large pork roast can be very effective when using it for different meals, such as soup, carnitas, and pulled pork sliders. Making large batches of foods like chili is also a great fallback for those nights when you don’t have time to cook. Rather than take out, take a meal out of the freezer.
  4. Eat at home. It’s difficult, but can save a lot of money. Or if you want to treat yourself, make take-out pizza once a week as a reward for eating at home all week.
  5. Grow your own food. Now is the time to think about sowing seeds or clearing a spot in your flower bed to grow your own spring and summer vegetables. Growing your own lettuce, tomatoes, peppers and herbs can save you a lot.

When your favorite spaghetti sauce is on sale, buy a few extra jars to make inexpensive meals like this cheat lasagna. It’s also a good Meatless Monday option.

cheater lasagna

For 6 persons

  • 1 pound fusilli or penne pasta
  • 1 jar of spaghetti sauce
  • 1 carton (8 ounces) ricotta cheese
  • 2 cups grated mozzarella cheese
  • Grated parmesan cheese
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Lightly spray or butter a casserole dish. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil over high heat. Add noodles and cook according to package directions until al dente.
  2. Drain well and toss with spaghetti sauce, ricotta cheese and mozzarella cheese. Sprinkle with parmesan. Bake, covered, for 25 minutes. Remove the lid and cook for 10 more minutes.

Fried rice is a good use for leftover rice. It’s also a great way to use up the little bits of veggies hiding in your crisper drawer, saving you the hassle of going to the grocery store for new ingredients.

Homemade Chinese Fried Rice

Fried rice

For 4 people

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 teaspoons sesame oil
  • 3 tablespoons canola oil
  • 1 tablespoon fresh ginger, chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 6 green onions, trimmed and chopped
  • 2 cups vegetables (broccoli, carrots, celery or whatever you like), finely chopped
  • 2 cups cooked meat (chicken, pork, beef), diced
  • 3 cups leftover rice (cooked)
  • Soya sauce
  1. In a small bowl, beat the eggs and sesame oil with a fork.
  2. Heat 1 tablespoon of canola oil in a wok or deep sauté pan over high heat. When hot, add ginger, garlic and green onions, sauté for 1 minute. Remove from the wok with a slotted spoon and set aside. Heat the remaining 2 tablespoons of canola oil and add the vegetables, stirring and cooking 2 to 3 minutes. Add the meat and stir to heat through. Add rice and drizzle with soy sauce. Cook, stirring and stirring the rice with a spatula so that it does not stick. When very hot, add the beaten eggs, cook and stir until they resemble scrambled eggs. Serve with extra soy sauce.

Make this one when you find bacon or spinach on sale. Some kids may go for spinach, but most kids love cheese tortellini.

tortellini soup

For 6 to 8 people

  • 4 slices of bacon, chopped
  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • 3 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
  • 6 cups canned chicken or vegetable broth
  • 1 can (28 ounces) crushed tomatoes
  • 8 to 10 ounces fresh or frozen cheese tortellini
  • 1 package (7 ounces) fresh spinach
  • Grated parmesan cheese
  1. In a large saucepan over medium-high heat, cook the bacon until cooked but not crispy. In bacon fat, cook onion, garlic and Italian seasoning, stirring until onions start to brown, about 10 minutes.
  2. Add broth and tomatoes, cover and bring to a boil. Add tortellini and cook according to package directions.
  3. Add spinach and cook until softened, about 3 minutes. Serve hot with grated parmesan.

Making your own snacks and sweets can save you money. This one is a kids favorite.

Easy Cornflake Peanut Butter Cookies

Makes about 3 dozen cookies

  • 3 tablespoons of butter
  • 1 bag (10 ounces) miniature marshmallows
  • ½ cup creamy peanut butter
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 6 cups of cornflakes
  1. In a large saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter. Pour marshmallows into pan and stir until completely melted. Add peanut butter and vanilla, mixing until peanut butter has melted. Turn off the fire.
  2. Pour in the cornflakes, mixing until well coated.
  3. Using a tablespoon or small cookie scoop, place the spoons on a cookie sheet. Allow cookies to cool and harden 15 minutes before serving.

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Show your pup some love with healthy, homemade treats. https://fallensouffle.com/show-your-pup-some-love-with-healthy-homemade-treats/ Wed, 23 Feb 2022 13:03:51 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/show-your-pup-some-love-with-healthy-homemade-treats/ GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — There’s no better way to celebrate National Dog Biscuit Day than by baking some homemade treats for your pup! Our friend, Grace Derocha, Registered Dietitian and National Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, shows us a simple recipe that uses only three ingredients! It’s so important to love our […]]]>

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — There’s no better way to celebrate National Dog Biscuit Day than by baking some homemade treats for your pup! Our friend, Grace Derocha, Registered Dietitian and National Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, shows us a simple recipe that uses only three ingredients!

It’s so important to love our dogs because they are proven to take care of us. Dog owners have better mental and physical health. Our pets provide unconditional love and lots of hugs, and dog owners get closer to those 150 minutes of physical activity per week with walks. So, in the long run, we can thank our dogs for helping to prevent chronic diseases like heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

3 Ingredient Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits

By: Grace Derocha RD, CDCES, MBA

Registered Dietitian and National Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Ingredients

  • 1 cup oats (old fashioned, 1 minute oats, or instant)
  • ⅓ cup pure pumpkin (no pumpkin pie filling)
  • ¼ cup natural peanut butter

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 300F (150C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Add rolled oats to a food processor and grind until they reach a fine powder. Add pumpkin and peanut butter and mix until a sticky dough forms.
  3. Remove from the processor and spread out on a lightly floured surface. Use ground oats. Use a small cookie cutter to cut out cookies in any shape, or simply cut them into squares with a knife.
  4. Place the treats on the prepared baking sheet and bake for 25-30 minutes, until the treats are dry and hard. Allow to cool before giving to your pup, then store in an airtight container. They should keep for at least a week at room temperature, two weeks in the refrigerator, or you can freeze them.
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The 10 Best Peanut Butters for 2022 https://fallensouffle.com/the-10-best-peanut-butters-for-2022/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 23:05:30 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/the-10-best-peanut-butters-for-2022/ The following article is an associate of Okanjo, an affiliate marketing agency that helps us monetize our content. Products sold through article links allow us to receive compensation and continue to produce great content. Peanut butter is one of the most popular and ubiquitous foods in the United States, with nearly every American keeping a […]]]>
The following article is an associate of Okanjo, an affiliate marketing agency that helps us monetize our content. Products sold through article links allow us to receive compensation and continue to produce great content.

Peanut butter is one of the most popular and ubiquitous foods in the United States, with nearly every American keeping a jar of the sticky stuff in their pantry for an easy sandwich, batch of cookies, or to spread on an apple or celery. Invented in 1985, it has been a staple of the American diet for over 100 years.

Peanut butter fans have an extra reason to celebrate March 1, which is Peanut Butter Lover’s Day. To help you celebrate, check out this guide to all the best peanut butter products.

1. Jif’s Peanut Butter

This old favorite is a classic for good reason. Available in creamy, crunchy and extra crunchy, there’s a Jif for everyone. Plus, this traditional version of peanut butter is available in reduced-fat and omega-3 varieties for an extra health boost.

2. Skippy Peanut Butter

Skippy is another childhood favorite for most of us – and it goes great on just about anything. The creamy concoction spreads easily with no mess, while the thick and super thick options have an extra crunch that will satisfy any peanut lover.

3. Peter Pan Peanut Butter

Peter Pan Peanut Butter is another fan favorite for its creamy texture and rich peanut flavor. It’s made without high fructose corn syrup and contains seven grams of protein.

4. Justin’s Classic Peanut Butter

Justin’s is a new option for peanut butter lovers. With only two ingredients, many consumers appreciate this jar for its simplicity. Justin’s Classic Peanut Butter has no added sugars and is made with responsibly sourced palm oil.

5. Santa Cruz Organic Peanut Butter

This peanut butter comes in four varieties: creamy crunchy dark roast and creamy crunchy light roast. Made with Spanish peanuts and a little salt, this organic option contains no hydrogenated oils or artificial ingredients and contains zero grams of trans fat per serving.

6. Teddie Super Chunky Peanut Butter

This is a great option for those who like lots of crunch in their peanut butter. This old fashioned peanut butter is all natural and made with 100% fresh roasted and ground peanuts. Teddie Peanut Butter has been a popular choice for over 87 years, proud of its quality control.

7. Adams Organic Crunchy Peanut Butter

Another great option for peanut butter purists, Adams Organic is made with just freshly roasted peanuts and a pinch of salt. With Adams, you can see just how crunchy you get with the crushed peanut topping that’s in every glass jar.

8. Natural Peanut Butter

This all-natural option is made with peanuts, olive oil, and salt for an all-vegetable peanut butter with eight grams of protein per serving. It is gluten-free, non-GMO and does not contain palm oil or hydrogenated oils.

9. Spread Love Naked Organic Peanut Butter

This peanut butter is made with no added salt or sugar, letting the flavor of the peanuts shine through. Available in both creamy and crunchy, this peanut butter is an easy choice adults and kids alike will enjoy.

10. Fix and Fogg Peanut Butter

This is a unique peanut butter. It comes in an array of amazing flavors including chocolate, coffee and maple, and fruit toast. With several options to choose from, this peanut butter is the perfect choice for those looking for something a little different.

Choosing peanut butter may seem simple, but true fans of this nutty spread know that the little things make a difference. Celebrate Peanut Butter Lover’s Day the right way with the one that’s right for you.

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A simple weeknight meal with heart-healthy nutrients https://fallensouffle.com/a-simple-weeknight-meal-with-heart-healthy-nutrients/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 13:05:21 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/a-simple-weeknight-meal-with-heart-healthy-nutrients/ GRAND RAPIDS, Mi. — Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, killing one in four people each year. The good news is that many of the risk factors are related to lifestyle choices, including diet.Grace Derocha is a registered dietitian and national spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. […]]]>

GRAND RAPIDS, Mi. — Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, killing one in four people each year. The good news is that many of the risk factors are related to lifestyle choices, including diet.
Grace Derocha is a registered dietitian and national spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She shares a few recipes that prove that just because it’s healthy doesn’t mean it tastes bad.

As we celebrate American Heart Month, it’s important to make sure we’re all eating a well-balanced diet, including fish. They are our primary source of omega-3 fatty acids, but it doesn’t always have to be salmon. Halibut also offers all of these same benefits. Add lots of colorful veggies and Asian flavors, wrap it in parchment paper, and you have an easy, healthy weeknight meal.
Of course, no meal is complete without dessert – and no-bake cooking couldn’t be easier. With peanut butter and coconut, you get healthy plant-based fats and fiber.

Asian Halibut Scroll Pocket

By: Grace Derocha RD, CDCES, MBA

Registered Dietitian and National Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Ingredients

1 small head bok choy, cut into thick slices, or 4 mini bok choy, ends trimmed

1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced ​​lengthwise

4 halibut fillets, 6 ounces

½ teaspoon black pepper

3 green onions (white and green parts), thinly sliced ​​diagonally

Zest of 1/2 an orange, cut into matchstick-sized strips

3 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce

1 ½ teaspoons rice vinegar

1 ½ teaspoons sesame oil

2 teaspoons grated root ginger

Instructions

1. Heat the oven to 400°F. Cut four 15-inch squares of parchment paper or aluminum foil and arrange on 2 baking sheets. Divide the bok choy and bell pepper evenly between the squares. Place a halibut fillet on each mound of vegetables and sprinkle with black pepper. Garnish with green onions and zest.

2. In a small bowl, combine the soy sauce, vinegar, oil and ginger. Spread the mixture evenly over the halibut. Cover with 4 more squares of parchment paper or aluminum foil and fold over the edges several times to seal.

3. Bake for 15 minutes. Transfer each package to a plate. Serve with a knife to split the package and watch out for the steam that will escape. Serve and enjoy!

No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

By: Grace Derocha RD, CDCES, MBA

Registered Dietitian and National Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Ingredients

½ cup creamy peanut butter

¼ cup honey or maple syrup

¼ tsp. sea ​​salt

¼ cup coconut oil

2 tbsp. Cocoa powder without sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 cup quick cooking oats

¼ cup unsweetened shredded coconut

Optional mixes: chocolate candies, chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, caramel bits – the sky’s the limit

Instructions

1. Line a baking sheet with waxed paper for later use.

2. Combine peanut butter, honey, salt and coconut oil in a saucepan and heat until melted and well blended. Stir all the time.

3. Stir in cocoa powder and vanilla. Remove from fire.

4. Add rolled oats and mix well.

5. Add shredded coconut and stir until combined.

6. Drop 1 tbsp. of the mixture on the prepared baking sheet at a time. Refrigerate and freeze until hardened.

7. Serve cold or frozen. Enjoy!

Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

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School lunch and dinner menus from February 14 to 18 | Education https://fallensouffle.com/school-lunch-and-dinner-menus-from-february-14-to-18-education/ Sat, 12 Feb 2022 18:15:00 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/school-lunch-and-dinner-menus-from-february-14-to-18-education/ Breakfast and lunch menus for the week of February 14-18 Archbishop Bergan Catholic Schools Monday: breaded pork patty on a bun, tater tots, vegetables, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Chicken taquito, tri tater, vegetables, fruits, milk. Wednesday: Sub-sandwich with meatballs, curly fries, vegetables, fruits, milk. Thursday: Hot ham and cheese sandwich, curly fries, fruits, vegetables, milk. Fremont […]]]>

Breakfast and lunch menus for the week of February 14-18

Archbishop Bergan Catholic Schools

Monday: breaded pork patty on a bun, tater tots, vegetables, fruit, milk.

Tuesday: Chicken taquito, tri tater, vegetables, fruits, milk.

Wednesday: Sub-sandwich with meatballs, curly fries, vegetables, fruits, milk.

Thursday: Hot ham and cheese sandwich, curly fries, fruits, vegetables, milk.

Fremont Public Schools

Monday: French toast in syrup, sausage, juice box, tri tater, mixed fruit, milk.

Tuesday: chicken nuggets, cornbread muffin, broccoli, peaches, milk.

Wednesday: Breaded beef patty, mashed potatoes and sauce, roll, carrots, pears, milk.

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Cedar Bluffs Public Schools

Monday: Scrambled eggs and sausages; pork nachos.

Tuesday: Cinnamon buns; charcuterie and soup submarine.

Wednesday: Pizza lunch; turkey gravy day.

Thursday: Muffins; meat lovers pizza.

Friday: Breakfast on a Stick; chicken popcorn.

Logan View Public Schools

Monday: Banana Bread; hot beef, mashed potatoes.

Tuesday: Eggs; alfredo chicken, breadstick.

Wednesday: Pizza lunch; burgers, fries.

Thursday: Oatmeal rings; pepperoni calzone.

Friday: donut; no school.

Public Mead Schools

Monday: Breakfast bar; hot dog, baked beans, potato wedge, peaches, chocolate chip cookie.

Tuesday: Long Johns; sloppy joe, tater tots, mixed fruit, sugar cookie.

Wednesday: Grilled cheese; mac and cheese, peas, cherry pies, tea bun.

Thursday: Turnover; turkey sub sandwich, Doritos, apple slices, oatmeal cookie.

Friday: Scrambled eggs and ham; burrito, green beans, orange slices, peanut butter sandwich.

Oakland-Craig Public Schools

Monday: breakfast pizza with bacon and eggs, fruit, juice, milk; pizza, salad, fruit, milk.

Tuesday: Crêpe on a stick, cereals, fruit, milk; mini corn dogs, crinkle fries, vegetables, fruits, milk.

Wednesday: Cheese omelette, cubed hash browns, toast, fruit, milk; popcorn chicken, fries, vegetables, fruits, milk.

Thursday: French toast, sausages, cereals, fruit, milk; rotini with meat sauce, vegetables, fruits, garlic bread, milk.

Scribner-Snyder Public Schools

Monday: Cookies and gravy; hamburger macaroni, bun, green beans, fruit mix.

Tuesday: Pop Tarts; chicken taco, rice, lettuce, apricots.

Wednesday: Sandwich lunch; tater tot bar, cooked broccoli, cookies, pineapple.

Thursday: Frudel with cherries; burger pizza, fries, corn, peaches.

Friday: cereals/toasts; burgers, fries, baked beans, pears.

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Over 100 years later: Girl Scout cookies still a hit https://fallensouffle.com/over-100-years-later-girl-scout-cookies-still-a-hit/ Fri, 11 Feb 2022 14:29:06 +0000 https://fallensouffle.com/over-100-years-later-girl-scout-cookies-still-a-hit/ By Jen HirtheCorresponding NORTHEAST WISCONSIN — Tagalongs, Thin Mints, Do-si-dos, Trefoils, Samoas — to cookie-loving consumers across the country, the names are as familiar as their taste. For more than 100 years, the Girl Scouts have held the famous annual cookie sale to financially support their annual activities. From small bake sale to door-to-door to […]]]>

By Jen Hirthe
Corresponding


NORTHEAST WISCONSIN — Tagalongs, Thin Mints, Do-si-dos, Trefoils, Samoas — to cookie-loving consumers across the country, the names are as familiar as their taste.

For more than 100 years, the Girl Scouts have held the famous annual cookie sale to financially support their annual activities.

From small bake sale to door-to-door to online ordering, the annual cookie sale has come a long way over the past century.

Girl Scout Cookie sales date back to 1917, just five years after Juliette Gordon Low launched the organization in the United States.

The Mistletoe Troupe in Muskogee, Oklahoma baked cookies and sold them in their high school cafeteria as a service project.

The concept caught on.

Over the next decade, troops across the country began baking their own sugar cookies, wrapping them in waxed paper bags, sealing them with a sticker, and selling them door-to-door for 25 to 35 cents per dozen.

In 1951, Girl Scout cookies came in three varieties: sandwich, shortbread, and mint chocolate.

Within five years, the options have changed again, now offering four flavors – a vanilla filled cookie, chocolate filled, shortbread and mint chocolate.

By 1966, the varieties nearly doubled — top sellers included mint chocolate cookies, shortbread, and peanut butter sandwich cookies.

In 1979, the brand new Girl Scout logo created by Saul Bass appeared on cookie jars, which became even more creative and promoted the benefits of Girl Scouting.

Girl Scout cookies for sale in the 1970s included Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Sandwich/Do-si-dos, and Shortbread/Trefoils cookies, along with four additional choices.

In the early 1990s, two licensed bakers provided local Girl Scout councils with cookies to sell for girls, and by 1998 that number had risen to three.

At that time, eight varieties of cookies were available, including low-fat and sugar-free selections.

Girl Scouts of USA (GSUSA) also introduced official age-appropriate rewards for Girl Scout Brownies, Juniors, Cadets, and Seniors, including the Cookie Activity Pin, which was awarded for participating in the sale. of cookies.

In 2014, GSUSA launched the Digital Cookies Platform, expanding the reach of Scouts’ sales capabilities.

Missy Brozek, director of brand and communications for Girl Scouts Northwest Great Lakes, said the online program also helps teach Scouts about online marketing, app usage and e-commerce.

“While cookies and the process of selling cookies have evolved over the years, the fundamental life skills are strong and unchanged,” Brozek said. “The Girl Scout Cookie program encompasses five important skills – goal setting, decision making, money management, interpersonal skills, and business ethics.”

She said her daughter is in her ninth year as a Girl Scout and loves planning how her cookie funds will be used to fund a camp adventure, community service project and Girl Scout program or trip.

Valerie Hogue, Green Bay troop leader and mother of her own Girl Scout, said the most impactful change she’s seen in the seven years she’s been involved in is the ability to take credit cards /debit.

“Whether it’s an individual girl delivering her cookies to her customers or the troop selling cookies at a cookie stand, it allows us to reach a group of customers who previously couldn’t buy the cookies” , Hogue said. “We are also now using online marketing, such as social media, to advertise to expand our customer base.”

Pandemic challenges

Girl Scout Cookie sales have not been immune to the difficulties that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought – by eliminating door-to-door sales scouts that scouts are known for.

Brozek said that leaves troops looking for other options.

She said this is where the digital platform has made great strides.

“Last year, Girl Scouts increased their online sales by 163%,” Brozek said. “We expect it to continue to grow throughout this year as well. This season, Girl Scouts are again selling cookies in a creative, socially distant and contactless way to keep themselves and their customers safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

She said scouts will be holding outdoor cookie stands that will follow local, state and CDC guidelines.

And after?

In 2022, a new cookie is appearing on Girl Scout cookie order forms.

Adventurefuls is a brownie-inspired cookie topped with crème caramel and a hint of sea salt.

The Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes cookie program continues through April 3.

Those interested in getting their hands on some can visit girlscouts.org/en/cookies.html# for more information.

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