Nutella crazy moment

For the past couple of weeks I keep coming across a posting on Facebook about a Nutella 3 ingredient Brownies, so seeing that its Sunday, I decided it was the perfect day to try it out.

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Talk about simple, I guess that is why the recipe is called 3 Ingredient Brownies right?

All you will need is:

  • 2 1/2 cups of Nutella
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 cup of flour

Mix them all together till you are left with a very thick gooey mixture :-).

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Place in a pan sprayed with non stick cooking spray, I like lining my pan with foil to make it easier to get out as well as making the cleaning process a little bit easier.

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Bake in a 350 Deg F oven for 25 minutes and there you have it! 3 ingredient Brownie in less than 30 minutes!

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They taste OK, I still think I prefer proper chocolate Brownies but for those Nutella Lovers out there, there are not too bad.

Walking Dead in Belgium……

Yes we are ‘The Walking Dead” fans and tonight is the season premier so very excited!

Kind of funny that on such a night when the aforementioned program is airing, I decided to make Steak Tartare for dinner which of course consists of seasoned raw minced meat :-). Guess my Belgium heritage was calling out for me…..

All three of us, the hubby, my daughter and I will be indulging on our favorite dish, whilst my son has regular steak with fries (yep he is not a fan) ❤

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So we will be eating a traditional Belgium dish whilst watching the “Walking Dead”!

For my Steak Tartare I used:

  • Lean Minced Meat
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Tabasco Sauce
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Egg
  • Mayonnaise
  • Capers
  • Grated Onions
  • Chopped Cilantro
  • Salt and pepper

Once I mixed all of the above I just adjusted with salt and pepper for taste and ready to go.

In the meantime I had some Checkers seasoned fries in the oven which go just perfect with tonights dish.

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Check my next posting to see what we had for dessert on our special TV night 🙂

No bread in the house – Panic moment

Sunday morning, lazy kind of day, late breakfast for my honey and I. When asked the honey replied that he would love some sliced boiled eggs on breadie. Yes its a Norwegian thing of some sort but he is taking pills for it!

Started boiling the eggs when I suddenly notice that there is no bread of any sort in the house! I panicked for a moment and then I quickly recovered when I spotted the Flour Tortillas!

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So instead of his usual eggies with breadie he had a flatbread eggie pizza and was very pleased with it. Love love making my hubby happy!

I, on the other hand, decided to once again tackle the leftovers, so out came last nights leftover weinerschnitzel, broccolini, roasted peppers, a flour tortilla, some mayo and some lovely ripe vine tomatoes.

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I slightly toasted my tortilla in a pan with a small spray of pam.

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Then I added a think layer of mayo, topped it off with some sliced tomatoes, chopped up weinerschnitzel, chopped up peppers and broccolini and a little drizzle of balsamic vinegar!

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It was delicious if I may say so myself, nothing like leftovers turned into a new lovely meal!

Happy Sunday to all my followers and to enjoy the last 4 days left of 2014! I am off to think of some funky flavors to put into my homemade sausages!

Light Fluffy Egg Clouds……

As a family we rarely have breakfast together, you know how it goes, between the hustle and bustle, different work and school start times and the rush, the tradition of having breakfast is now a special occurrence on that odd Sunday morning!

An aunt of mine from Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, posted something on FB yesterday evening which I had seen before and forgotten about it, but seeing it again inspired me to make these fluffy egg clouds for breakfast this morning.

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The video depicting the cooking process was in Turkish I think, so no idea what he was saying, but it was simple enough to figure it out!

  • Bacon
  • Eggs
  • Toast

For starters I cooked my bacon in the oven on a baking rack placed in a pan so that the fat would drip down, 375 for 20-25 mins if you like it crunchyish.

Beat your egg whites with a bit of salt till they are nice and stiff.

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In a frying pan I drizzled a bit of the bacon fat, then placed the lovely little puffy egg whites and made little nests.

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Inserted an egg yolk into each one and baked it in the 375 Deg F oven for about 5 minutes and then I turned the broiler on High for about 2/3 mins to get the nice golden color on top!

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Get your buttered toast ready, plate and enjoy, we for sure did! Thanks Aunt Linda for the lovely idea reminder 🙂

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Saturday Breakfast in bed…….

My honey wanted his special breakfast in bed, and after all the travelling and being away from home I thought he deserved it! Now, you might be surprised by what his favorite breakfast treat is! I think its a Norwegian thing……

Sliced Eggies on breadie breadie and yes don’t laugh, that’s exactly what he asks for, that’s exactly what he gets and of course it only takes 10 minutes to boil the eggs so its a quick way to get the hubby happy with breakfast! lol

Butter the bread, slice the eggs, dust with salt and pepper and ready to go!

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Now my breakfast of course if totally different as I need something that will tickle my taste buds! Always on the hunt for that secret element of some sort!

This morning I found this lovely Fresh Mozzarella Ball in my fridge whilst waiting for the eggs to boil for my honeys breakfast. I immediately thought of Mozzarella, Tomatoes and Basil and then for the extra flavor, out came the artichokes!

So I used one of my lovely tasty Rosemary and Olive FlatOut Foldits, put a thin layer of Olive Mayo, topped with some chopped artichokes, slices of fresh mozzarella, Tomatoes, basil, salt and pepper.

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Into the Panini Press it went and out it come all crunchy with the lovely melted Mozzarella! Heavenly breakfast for a lovely Saturday morning.

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Now off to do the daily chores!