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December 24, 2019
We made it. It’s December 24. Before we break out our January resolution pants, though, we’ve got some healthy and quick holiday cookies to squeeze in.
PSA: making linzer cookies isn't easy. They look and are extra. The shapes. The sandwich technique. The perfect dusting of powdered sugar. Who has time for that when you still need to decorate your Christmas tree which you haven’t even bought yet, cook a five course Christmas dinner, wrap your Christmas presents that Amazon delivery guy should deliver today (fingers crossed) and keep your sanity while handling all this Christmas jazz.
This super-easy, no-mixer-needed Smartbite take on Linzer cookies recipe doesn’t dirty any bowls and leaves plenty of time for the fun stuff—baking, decorating, and ticking off all those items from your last minute TO DO list, of course. Feeling better now? Put on our December playlist we made for you and let’s do this.
Friends, you’re going to LOVE these holiday cookies! They’re:
CrispPerfectly sweetSuper easy Uber quick to make+ Absolutely delicious
INSTRUCTIONS 1. Remove unsalted quinoa rice cakes from the packaging and place them on a flat surface.
2. Use a large round cookie cutter to cut out circles from your rice cakes.
3. Use a small round cookie cutter (or whatever other shape you prefer) to punch out centres of half the rice cakes.
4. Alright! We’re in the homestretch. Spread your jam of choice (we went with strawberry!) on the unpunched cookies.
5. Then make it rain coconut flakes on the punched cookie tops.
6. Now it’s time to make the cookie magic happen: place the coconut sprinkled tops on the jammed up bottoms. Angels start singing. Wow. You did that. And it wasn’t even that hard, right?
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March 22, 2020
Spring has officially sprung and while we cannot enjoy blooming flora due to full-time self-isolation (duh!!!), we can compensate by bringing spring-y bright colours to our plate bowl. It’s breaking news to no one that food in bowls has been trending for a while now. You can eat smoothies, burritos, and sushi and even soups 😯😯😯 in bowls now. It’s a pretty good trend, we think. Bowl food is easy—you can eat with one hand and text with the other—it looks great on Instagram, and it’s at least 10 percent healthier than food on a plate (don't quote us on this). Plus, why call it a salad when you can call it a Buddha bowl? Now what exactly is a Buddha bowl we asked out loud? “You are one with the universe,” the Buddha bowl cooed. “You have entered a state of bliss. You have ascended to the highest levels of human consciousness, and by the way, you look absolutely stunning today.” We sighed the sigh of the self-satisfied, boosted the saturation on the iPhone photo we just snapped, and dug in.
Okay, okay, okay, we totally made that part up. But whenever people utter these two words to describe deep-rimmed dishes overflowing with vibrant food, we wonder if that’s what's going on for them. So we rolled our sleeves and started looking for more info and this is what we found. The concept of the Buddha bowl is a favorite of yogis and health bloggers, particular those of the vegan persuasion. But what are they, exactly, apart from something we can’t stop seeing each time we scroll through our Instagram feed?
February 14, 2020
December 23, 2019
We can’t believe it’s already time for the December playlist. Scratch that, we can’t believe that Christmas is happening tomorrow! It’s absolutely insane how fast the month — and year — has flown. Are you last minute Xmas cooking? Got all your last minute holiday shopping done? Like with last month’s playlist, here’s hoping this last minute mix of tunes will be a good one to have on in the background as you navigate the days ahead. We’ve included several low key songs this month (perfect for curling up with some cocoa by the fire), as well as plenty of upbeat tracks that’ll energize you to finish that last bit of gift wrapping and cookie making. And, no Christmas carols! (we hate to admit it, but we maxed out on them about a week after Thanksgiving. Total bah humbug, we know.)
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