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2 Way Blueberry Banana Batter – Muffins or Pancakes?

I had wanted to find a snack recipe that was not only delicious, filling, and healthy but also had no added sugar. After I had put the muffins into the oven there was still some batter leftover. I was very hungry and not willing to wait the 25 minutes for the muffins to bake, so… Read more »

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Banana Oat Muffins

This is a really delicious recipe for banana oat muffins. We make our own oat flour out of old-fashioned oats. Don’t use the quick oats because they just have a different taste and texture. You put the oats in a blender and blend until very smooth like a flour (we have done it in a Vitamix blender… Read more »

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Poached Cauliflower Soup with Roasted Tomatoes & Marscarpone

While this dish started with one idea and ended another, it turned out more delicious than we could have imagined and we could not get to the bottom of the bowl fast enough! We are working on some dishes because we are going to the International Home and Housewares show in March, so we thought of poached… 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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The BEST Banana Bread

We have done a lot of experimenting with banana bread. Some from other peoples recipes, some of our own. Some have been OK, or too dry or too sweet or just so so.  Finally, we have come up with our own recipe that we think is very delicious and the best. You see hemp seeds in… Read more »

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Kitchen Twins Tortilla Soup

Tonight my dad and I made dinner. He usually likes to make foods with spice so we decided to make one of our favorites – our homemade tortilla soup with freshly made tortilla strips.  The soup was the centerpiece of our dinner along with a salad and toast. It’s simple and really really good. Enjoy, The Kitchen… Read more »

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Eggs with Sweet and Spicy Pineapple

Eggs with Sweet and Spicy Pineapple! Emily and I love to give each other Chopped baskets, and one time she gave me pineapple, sriracha, tempeh, and mayo. I thought well grilled pineapple is good, so that’s just what I did for the main accent what I turned into an open faced breakfast egg dish that combines the Three “S’s” of… Read more »

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Artichokes Francaise

These artichokes are to-die-for. They are crispy, herby, and lemony. They melt in your mouth and are perfection with a cooling lemon dijon aioli.  My mom had made these before, but it was a totally different recipe and never quite as delicious (sorry mom!) Today I was home with a bad cold, and I made myself a… Read more »

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Frambled Eggs

We learned of this way to cook eggs from our Aunt Kimmy. She told us they were the most delicious way to eat eggs which is a mix between fried and scrambled. So we named them Frambled eggs.  They are a easy solution because sometimes you just can’t decide on what type of egg you want. Also if you were… 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 »