I’ve never been that big a fan of popcorn but when I started to eat healthy I was looking into healthy snacks and guess what…. homemade popcorn is awesome. It provides fiber, whole grains and antioxidants. I will make a little ziploc bag full of popcorn without any salt or anything on it and it tastes delicious.
But I did look around to find some recipes and to see what other people were making and I’m about to share the best popcorn recipe: Parmesan and Rosemary homemade popcorn!
All you need is:
- Popcorn (it can be white or yellow)
- Dry Rosemary (as much as your heart desires)
- Shredded Parmesan (load it up)
- About a 1/2 a teaspoon to a teaspoon of salt, depending on how much you’re making
- A tablespoon of melted coconut oil.
All you have to do is:
- heat up coconut oil in a pot
- pour about 1/2 a cup of kernels in the pot
- Cover the pot and wait until all the kernels are popped, about 5-10 minutes.
- While the popcorn is popping get your seasoning ready.
- Get a bowl and combine your Parmesan, rosemary and salt together.
- Once the popcorn is cooked, transfer it to a bowl and immediately pour your coconut oil on the popcorn and add your seasoning.
And bam! You’re done and ready to eat the best popcorn of your life!
Making your own popcorn beats store bought ANY DAY!
Try it out and share any other popcorn recipes you have, I’d love to hear about them.
Have a beautiful Sunday❤️
Guys! This is a must!
I have recently discovered that I am obsessed with pickled jalapenos, my family goes through jars like water. So I decided it was time to make some myself. My brother and sister in law were actually raving about how good homemade jalapenos are so it was time to try it out.
Okay so you’ll need:
- 2 tablespoons of sugar
- 1 tablespoon of salt
- 1 cup of water
- 1 cup of white vinegar
- about 8 jalapenos
- 3 cloves of garlic
- a pinch of red pepper flakes
- Mason jar
Honestly this is the easiest thing I have probably ever made.
All you do is add all of your ingredients except for the jalapenos into a pot and bring it to a boil. Once it starts boiling then you can add your jalapenos and remove it from the heat. I left it for about 10 minutes.
And once its cooled you can just add it to your jar. Make sure you first add your jalapenos and then as much of the brine as you can.
I hope you guys try this out! What I love about this is that you can add anything you want in it like the red pepper flakes, oregano, and sweet peppers.
Enjoy and have a great Monday!
Farhmhaus Burgers has two locations in Augusta, Georgia. They boast that they use local products (which I am on board with) and they do use organic products as well. Since I’ve moved to the CSRA I’ve always wanted to visit this restaurant. And today was the day.
Going in I was confused, I always thought it was a normal restaurant where you sit down and order, but instead you take a menu and order in line, take your number and then sit down and wait for your food. It has a Chipotle vibe, probably because of how it is decorated but it reminded me of Shake Shack.
The girl at the register was extremely nice and helped my pick out what was best for me. I got their veggie burger with sweet potato tots.
It was on an organic wheat bread which was pretty good. I added Swiss cheese, sauteed mushrooms, pickled jalapenos, a garlic ailoi sauce and avocado. I don’t know exactly what was in my burger but it was made with quinoa and beans, that’s for sure. And it was good, it did fall apart though and I had to eat it with a utensil. The sweet potato tots were a complete fail, I was truly disappointed, I don’t know what sauce was on the side but I wasn’t with that either. The regular fries were AWESOME though.
And this is the number 6 or “the Farmstyle”, it looked good but both my brother and father said it was just okay.
They do have shakes and floats with alcohol in them that seems pretty awesome. If I do come back to this place I’m going to have to try one out.
Overall, the place was just okay. And it’s really unfortunate I really wanted to like this place. I will probably come back, MAYBE.
Thanks for stopping by!
Okay guys, don’t hate me but I really don’t care for Asian food. I know we’ve Americanized virtually every cultures food but even then I don’t care for it. But of course I love food and I’m pretty much down to try most things.
So I decided to go to Pho Bac in Evans, Georgia. I’ve been before and thought the food was alright, I mean seriously, what’s so special about some soup?
Anyway this time I got the same thing I got last time haha shrimp noodle soup. But I did add on a Thai beer called Singha and some spring rolls.
Oh yeah and those are crab puffs with the spring rolls. Honestly AMAZING!
This place is pretty decent. The customer service could use some improvement but as far as food it’s good. Not to diss the CSRA but Pho Bac might be the best restaurant around here.
I hope you guys have a great Saturday!
I have found my favorite brunch place in Augusta, Ga. FINALLY! Bodega Ultima is located in Surrey Center, a cute little plaza with restaurants and shops.
So coming in my sister and I were excited to get some breakfast but they only serve breakfast from 8-11, bummer. But their lunch menu was equally appetizing. There were a lot of people inside which got me even more excited.
A coffee was a must
Guys, I ordered a smoked salmon BLT completely forgetting that BLT’s have bacon in them HAHA
Absolutely amazing, I never had smoked salmon and I’m extremely happy that it was this great. (I did remove the bacon)
This is the trashcan wrap with salmon, another absolutely amazing item.
Jo even loved it!
If you’re in the Augusta area this place is a must!
So I must confess something… I absolutely love food. My family and I were planning this awesome food filled trip to Charleston, South Carolina BUT with all the rain and thunderstorms we decided that wasn’t the best idea, unfortunately. So we decided to make our way to Columbia instead. Yelp is seriously my best friend when I’m going to a new place, so I found a few places that caught my eye but we went with this awesome little place called Cafe Strudel.
So coming into this place it was PACKED, (which definitely tells me that we went to the right place) our wait ended up being a little more than 30 minutes.
So to kill time we went next door and visited the Old Mill Antique Mall. This place is massive. When you think you’re done another room pops up out of no where. Old Mill has over 75 dealers selling anything from jewelry, books, pins, clothes, old cameras, you name it, they probably have it.
Once we were antiqued out we headed back to the restaurant and what a coincidence our table was ready.
Our waiter was absolutely wonderful and the service was great. BUT our food was even better.
Duck fat fry Basket: Fries tossed in duck fat and truffle oil with a green onion aioli.
Freshly squeezed orange juice. ABSOLUTELY AMAZING
Hangover hash browns: Hash browns with banana peppers, onions, tomatoes and scrambles eggs. WITH one pineapple french toast.
Sunrise Burrito: scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, salsa, black beans and sour cream in a cheddar cheese wrap.
If you’re ever in Columbia you must visit this place! I 100% recommend it. They have great service and great food.
I am all about making non-conventional food, so when I came across this carrot banana bread cake recipe I was extremely excited. This recipe is easy, I didn’t have to buy anything extra, we had all these ingredients in the pantry! (Always a plus when you don’t have to make a trip to the store.), and it is the best mash up of banana bread and carrot cake. This recipe is NOT mine, I am always on Pinterest and I came across this from http://www.ambitiouskitchen.com I will give credit where credit is due, so thanks Monique!
- 2 mashed bananas
- 1 egg
- 2 cups of chopped carrots
- 1/2 cup of quick oats
- 2 tablespoons of applesauce
- 1 teaspoon of baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda
- 1/2 cup of brown sugar
- 1 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1/3 cup of powdered sugar
- 1/4 teaspoon of salt
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- 1/4 cup of pecans
- 4 ounces of cream cheese
- 1/3 cup of almond milk
Seriously this is so easy.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees, while that is happening get all your ingredients ready. Simply mix your flour, oats, baking soda and powder, cinnamon and salt together. In another bowl mix together your bananas, brown sugar, egg, vanilla, applesauce, almond milk and carrots. Add all your ingredients together (wet & dry) and fold in about half those pecans. You can use a bread loaf pan, I actually didn’t have one so I just used the pan I usually use for brownies. Once your ingredients are ready and your oven is heated, prepare your pan, I coated mine with coconut oil, and pour your mixture in there and pop it into the oven. It took my bread about 35 minutes to cook completely. But while that was cooking I got my frosting ready. This was honestly my favorite part, I LOVE cream cheese frosting. For this part you just beat all of your frosting ingredients, cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla and cinnamon and your done with that! Easy right?
Once your bread is done, let it cool before adding your frosting on top (So it doesn’t melt all over the place). When it is cool and you added your frosting throw some chopped pecans on top!
I hope you guys try this out, it’s a unique take on both banana bread and carrot cake and I am sure you’ll love it!
Let me know what you guys think! I can’t wait to hear your feedback!
Have a great Wednesday!