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  • Elyse

    This is Elyse Sears. I met you at church a few weeks ago. Again–I love your blog!
    I’m excited to try all of the recipes. I tried the kale chips and was amazed by how good they were. I’ve never tried nutritional yeast, but my palate is broadening it’s horizons. Have you ever had taboule? I had never heard of it, but it was so good. They are many versions, but I liked the one with barley. You might want to check it out: I made a few alterations to ours. I look forward to talking to you again!

  • [email protected] Inc.

    This whole list of recipes look awesome! Time to run to the store 😀

  • Christine Whittington

    Love this! This is the third breakfast cookie in 3 days for me and the best yet. I have to tinker, so I used a whole egg, 1 T chocolate nibs instead of chips (no sugar but great dark chocolate flavor and crunch), and added 1 T of PB2 powder. If you put the 1 T. peanut butter on top and nuke it for a second or two, it melts very nicely.

  • Suzanne Holt

    I LOVE brownies, and with someone who can’t eat gluten in our house, it’s not always easy to find good recipes. We’ll have to try this!

  • Kristi Maier

    Love this idea. I recently created and uploaded my power truffles recipe using cocoa almond butter to MyFitness Pal because they turned out so great. I love the spicy element idea. Will have to try that!

  • Kristi_WV

    Hi, Teri! I wanted a light meal for dinner so I tried this recipe (I couldn’t wait until morning). It was delicious! The mix of melted peanut butter and chocolate chips were yummy!
    I love your blog and look forward to trying more recipes. BTW, my beloved goldendoodle is named Maizy 🙂

    • Teri [a foodie stays fit]

      I’m so glad you enjoyed it Kristi! Now I’m craving one. 😉

      awww, I’ve never met another dog named Maizey/Maizy! I’ve met two humans with the same name though. ha! 😀

  • Patty

    I know you posted this a long time ago, but I just wanted to let you know I love this stuff! I multiply the spices times 10 and keep them in a little jar all their own so that I can take a few seconds off the process in the morning.