FLOURLESS PEANUT BUTTER COOKIE RECIPE | eatswithalex

Have you ever had a craving to make some homemade cookies and then you start to get all of the ingredients together and realize…you are out of flour.  That happened to me one night but I still really wanted to  make some cookies so I decided to try making flourless cookies instead.  We have all been there when we try to make a new recipe for the first time, it is a big gamble.  It can either result very deliciously or result with you spitting the food into the garbage.  I still went for it and to my surprise they came out soft and delicious.

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BLUEBERRY BREAKFAST SCONES | eatswithalex

BLUEBERRY BREAKFAST SCONES WITH LEMON GLAZE

Talking about cheat meals below, so keep reading 🙂

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These little gems are perfect to make to replace the overdone  (yet delicious) cinnamon rolls on a snowy lazy morning.  The addition of the glaze on top makes it all the better. The picture above is from before we added the glaze, I tried to take my picture as soon as possible because once we add the glaze on top of them, everyone’s diving in. And honestly I am not a huge lemon taste person but it is just a slight hint of lemon and pairs perfectly with the blueberry taste.  These bad boys are like if blueberry muffins and biscuits had a baby.  Even though the word “scone” sounds like it would be really difficult to make, they are really not hard at all.

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BACON WRAPPED ASPARAGUS| eatswithalex

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Featured in my “Staying Healthy for the Holidays” post, and a big hit at Thanksgiving dinner, is the Bacon wrapped Asparagus.  If you have been volunteered to make a side dish for the holiday dinner and do not know what to make that is simple and does not take a lot of effort, this is the recipe for you! There are only two ingredients and only takes about 25 minutes in the oven to cook!

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