Tofu Cabbage Stir Fry
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by Biz
2d ago
This tofu cabbage stir fry is going to go to the top of the list of things to make – pinky swear! It’s full of flavor and yes, I am eating vegetables!  My friend Morgan and I went to an Asian grocery store a week ago and I bought some Taiwanese cabbage.  It’s delicious! This recipe was made on my Instagram stories, and I just put it together with things I had on hand.  In the video I used Chow Fun noodles, but those are pretty hard to find. For this recipe, I substituted lo mein noodles, because those are... The post Tofu Cabbage Stir Fry appeared first on My Bizzy Kitchen ..read more
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Crispy Tofu Noodle Stir Fry
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by Biz
2w ago
Over the weekend I debated for over 30 minutes on whether or not to order take out.  I wanted a crispy tofu noodle stir fry and after 30 minutes, I told myself “Bitch, you already have everything to make that at home!”  So I made crispy tofu noodle stir fry with miso soup and it was delicious, and ready in about 15 minutes. What kind of noodles are used in this dish? Dandan noodles are thin noodles that you can find in most grocery stores or in an Asian market.  My friend Morgan and I spent about two hours at... The post Crispy Tofu Noodle Stir Fry appeared first on My Bizzy Kit ..read more
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Valentine’s Day Dinner on a Budget
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by Biz
2w ago
This simple, yet restaurant worthy dinner is how you can do Valentine’s Day Dinner on a Budget. My late husband and I met and were married before we even spent our first Valentine’s Day together.  So crazy!  I had the idea to spend it at a local restaurant.  We were tight on money, but I saw they had a few apps we could share, we’d have a glass of wine and enjoy the evening. Imagine my surprise when there was a prefix menu – no substitutions or ordering off the menu. The meals were $150 per person, without drink or... The post Valentine’s Day Dinner on a Budget appeared first on ..read more
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Sourdough Discard Pancakes
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by Biz
3w ago
These sourdough discard pancakes taste like cake to me – and I am here for it! Unleashing the Magic of Sourdough Starter Discard Embarking on the journey of creating your own sourdough starter is like cultivating a living, breathing kitchen companion. As you patiently nurture your starter to life, you’ll discover the joy of a tangy, bubbly concoction that’s not just reserved for baking bread. Enter the world of sourdough discard, a versatile byproduct that opens the door to a hundreds of culinary possibilities. How to create a sourdough starter I followed The Clever Carrot method for my starte ..read more
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Sourdough Focaccia Bread
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by Biz
1M ago
Next up on my sourdough adventure is this sourdough focaccia bread. Truth be told, until I met my Italian (well, he was half Italian half French Canadian, but never accepted the french part!), I had never heard of focaccia bread. My first attempt to make it was in 2010 – you can check out that post here.  Please ignore the awful food photography in that post – ha! For the sourdough starter, I followed The Clever Carrots method.  My only substitution on both recipes that I used was that I used unbleached all-purpose flour.  Lots of recipes called for rye... The post Sourdough Foc ..read more
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Protein Waffles
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by Biz
1M ago
These protein waffles are perfect for meal prep.  Simply make on the weekend and you’ve got breakfast all week! You can use any protein powder you like.  In this recipe, I used FlavCity Butter Coffee protein smoothie mix and it was delicious.  25 grams of protein per scoop! Side note: the best sugar free pancake syrup in all the land is Mrs. Butterworth’s.  Only 1 WW point per 1/4 cup and it’s so thick and rich.   If you don’t have a blender, a food processor may work as well.  If you have neither, you may have some pieces of cottage... The post Protein Waffl ..read more
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Sourdough Blueberry Scones
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by Biz
1M ago
These sourdough blueberry scones are light, airy, not overly sweet and the perfect breakfast or snack treat. There is sourdough starter in this recipe.  There are SO MANY sourdough starter recipes out there, and tips, tricks, etc.  My sourdough starter is all unbleached all-purpose flour.  Some starters add rye flour, whole wheat flour, but I went with straight all-purpose. That could be why it took me nearly two weeks for my starter to be active enough to bake with, but it was definitely worth the wait.  Check out this blog post for a lot of information on how to get... Th ..read more
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Sourdough Discard Bagels
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by Biz
1M ago
These sourdough discard bagels are one of the tastiest things to ever come out of my kitchen. Hannah even said it’s the best bagel she’s ever had, and she used to work at Panera back in the day! How to make sourdough discard. My road to getting my sourdough starter to make bread has been a long one.  I started it on January 1, and here it is January 12 and today if the first day I will be able to make a loaf of bread. This is how I made my starter:  60 grams water, 60 ounces of unbleached... The post Sourdough Discard Bagels appeared first on My Bizzy Kitchen ..read more
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Jumbo Blueberry Lemon Muffins
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by Biz
2M ago
These jumbo blueberry lemon muffins are the bakery style muffins you crave, with less calories and WW points! Have you ever had Casey’s gas station blueberry muffins?  So delicious!  I found out after the fact that just one (and it wasn’t even that jumbo!) was 26 WW points and 600 calories. Below are two recipes, nearly identical.  However the baking time was different for each muffin for some reason.  My only switch was subbing in monkfruit for sugar, and the first batch of the monkfruit muffins got completely overdone on the outside, and very undercooked in the middle.&nb ..read more
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Leftover Pasta Recipes
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by Biz
2M ago
I know it can’t just be me that can never make a single serving of pasta.  These three leftover pasta recipes will come in handy when you make too much! Cooking starches ahead of time reduces glucose spike Did you know if you cook starches ahead of time, such as pasta, potatoes and rice, even if you reheat them, they can reduce the glucose spike by up to 40%?!  You can read an article here to check it out.  I routinely cook pasta, rice and potatoes on the weekend to use throughout the week.  It’s a great time saver too!... The post Leftover Pasta Recipes appeared first on M ..read more
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