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Pizza Crust Croutons

  Crust, for me, is something that has to be perfect. Not too thick, not too thin, not too crunchy, not too soft. I found myself not eating the crust of many pizza slices, and I said to myself that it was really such a waste, so I decided to make something out of them. Croutons!… Read more »

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Pumpkin Latte

Whenever pumpkin season rolls around the corner, we always get into pumpkin mode. What is pumpkin mode? Pumpkin mode= an irresistible urge to have everything pumpkin, and to experiment with pumpkin. You are probably thinking that having pumping gets old. Well, it’s doesn’t, it’s a treat enjoying all these pumpkin delights. Now, we usually make soups,… Read more »

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Personal Valentine Chocolate Treats

  Every year kids make valentine’s to give to their teachers or friends. This year maybe give something a little different.  We love making delicious cakes and brownies and putting our own powdered sugar “cut-out” messages and designs on them. We like to sometimes put joke messages on the cakes too like we did for our dad. (See the… Read more »

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Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce

I was in the mood for something sweet and salty for dinner. I love butternut squash and coconut milk and caramelized onion so I combined these for a really yummy pasta sauce that had just the right amount of sweet and savory and a tiny bit of spiciness from a dash of red pepper flakes.  We enjoyed the sauce… Read more »

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Beet Ravioli/Guest Post by Cricket Allen

Hi Everyone, I am Emily and Lyla’s mom, otherwise known as Cricket. I am “guest” posting today to share my recipe for beet ravioli. The ravioli is actually thinly sliced beets rather than pasta. If you are a beet lover, like we are, you will love this. This recipe was inspired by a chef the… Read more »

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Lyla’s Creamy Tomatillo Salsa

My creamy salsa recipe is quick, simple, really tasty and healthy. Tomatillos are kind of like tomatoes and have a little shell on them like a husk cherry does. They are really delicious in salsa. In normal salsa I can never scoop it up, so to my tomatillo salsa I added avocado. I did that to… Read more »

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Delicious Date Drops (gluten free)

We eat these delicious date drops all the time! You probably noticed from our school lunch pictures. We learned the recipe in our school’s Food and Garden Club. Everybody loved them.  We bring these date drops for treats and energy during game days, bikes, hikes, picnics, and of course for an every day school snack.  They are also really healthy… Read more »

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Making Our Coconut Kale Chips

It’s just early morning in this video here and I am making our Kitchen Twins Toasted Coconut Kale Chips. I first coated the kale with the olive oil in the bag (#ShakeYourKale!!) and now I am sprinkling on the toasted coconut. And voila in 8- 10 minutes fresh kale chips we are taking to school with… Read more »

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Kitchen Curiosities with Betony’s Eamon Rockey

Hi, We were very excited to sit down and talk Kitchen Curiosities with Mr. Eamon Rockey the General Manager at Betony and head of all of their beverages which they are known for. In our interview with Mr. Rockey see how to make citrus curls and learn about his famous milk punch (it’s not milk) and what inspired him…. Read more »

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Healthy School Lunches-Kitchen Twins

Hi Everyone, Here’s a bunch of pictures and descriptions of our school lunches lately. Probably our favorite thing to bring to lunch is avocado sushi rolls but that only happens with a leftover and usually there are no leftovers.    Hope this gives some ideas for your lunches. Please share any lunch ideas you have… Read more »