How to Make Classic Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

Side dishes are special. First of all, let’s take a moment to acknowledge the fantastic role that side dishes play. I will gladly put it this way: side dishes complete a meal course. Here in the United States, people love mac and cheese sides, and today we will happily put a little spin on this…

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How to Make The Best Fudgy Pumpkin Brownie Recipe

Pumpkins are Precious. These extra fudgy pumpkin brownies were so good, and I have Kat to thank! 🙂 Though you can have your hands on a pumpkin all year round clearly, the ember months are the pumpkin months. As soon as you hear “fall,” that means everything pumpkin has officially begun. And of course, the…

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How To Make Healthy Almond Oat Cacao Cookie

Almond cookie with oats and cacao

These yummy cookies will have you licking your fingers. My kids just like many kids want treats from time to time, so one of the major requests I get from them is usually, “mommy, I want some cookie.” Most times, I will remind them that cookies are “sometimes’ food.” And other times I make this…

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How to Make Basic Nigerian Sandwich Toast

Nigerian Sandwich Toast is different. Well, not literally. The make, feel, and taste are distinct from other “bread toasts” in the West, or most bread toast I see here in America. My kids made me take a journey down memory lane, and in a good way. They wanted to know “some of my favorite breakfasts…

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Healthy And Delicious Sweet Potato Hash With Eggs

Sweet Potato Hash. In my eyes, sweet potato does no wrong, isn’t it the best? It comes through in most astonishing ways. Notably, the sweet potato fries are substitutes to regular potato fries. How about the delightful sweet potato chips? Excellent, right? If you are looking to go savory, then you have mashed sweet potato,…

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How to Make the Tastiest Nigerian Coconut Jollof Rice

My love for coconut rice started long ago. I went to secondary boarding school, Girls Secondary School, Ihioma, one of the best model schools in Imo-State, Nigeria. This school also doubles a convent owned and operated by the Catholic Church. First of all, “secondary” school is the same as high school here in America. Boarding…

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