Asian-Inspired Meatballs and Spaghetti by Eat Boutique
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- Bring on the fusion! Eat Boutique’s mouthwatering recipe for Asian-inspired meatballs and spaghetti reminds us why it’s fun to put new spins on old classics.
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Craving the classics instead? Kelsey’s Spaghetti and Meatballs and Nigella’s Chocolate-Peanut Butter Cups are sure to hit the spot.
Thank you Yury Shteyn for sharing your awesome pic with us on Facebook.
We are curious how these banana muffins turned out, especially considering you used coconut flour. In our mind, anything with sprinkles counts as having turned out pretty well.
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Peanut butter and bananas: game on.
Some things people might be sad about by halftime on Sunday: No cheerleaders. Bon Jovi isn’t the halftime performer. And there’s a good chance not everyone will be happy with the score by then, whether they’re rooting for the Packers, the Steelers, or themselves in the football pool.
Really, the only safe bet this weekend is on great food. Put a smile on everyone’s face by bringing out Banana Cupcakes with Cream Cheese-Peanut Butter Frosting at the end of the second quarter. Top them with a couple of marshmallows — don’t ask why (Ok, it’s for texture. Just try it.) — the cheers will soon be directed at you.
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