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Tonight, I impressed myself. I discovered the secret to keeping pork moist. Coconut oil! I wish I had taken a picture before we cut it up, I had no idea it was going to be so good. The wonderful thing about this recipe, is every ingredient is to taste. So you can season and not worry about it being overbearing.
Cool and enjoy. This recipe is full of flavor and moist. MmmMmmMmm!
Vanilla Macadamia Granola Cookies
Today I had a real urge to bake some cookies. I just received my first Naturebox and I was eager to see how diverse I could make the snacks throughout the month. So this is my recipe and it came out DELICIOUS! Along the way I ran into some problems, I was out of salt and the original recipe I used as a backbone to my alterations required one cup of butter. YOWZA! So I decided to let my inner Pintrest freak shine and use alternatives.
My recipe is as follows;
Bake at 350F for 20 minutes. It seems long to bake, but the outside will be crunchy and the center will be perfect. These seem to cook nice and slow.
Now, if you don't have a Naturebox subscription I would imagine you could make your own granola. I was unable to find a similar recipe online so here is a summary of things that were in the granola.
I cannot guarantee that if you made your own granola mixture it will come out the same, but I'm sure it will taste delicious. I know everyone in my house LOVED them.
So these aren't the best for you, but you could even get away with cutting the amount of sugar in half, or even down to 25% of the original recipe and it would still be good. The granola is naturally very sweet.