SweetPotatoGnocchi8_web(sweet potato gnocchi with apples, bacon and balsamic)

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  1. I was looking for an Energy bar that was different. Your Salted Chocolate & Pistachio Energy Bars are exactly what I was looking for!! I can’t wait to make them!

    1. Awesome, so glad they fit the bill, Jill! They’re such a staple in this house — hope you enjoy them as much as we do! 🙂

    1. Hi Ann! you have an egg-free kiddo, too, eh? Many of the recipes I’ve posted here in the last year or so are made without eggs since our behbes has a mild allergy, but if you’re looking for something in particular that you don’t see here, let me know! I’d love to try to help you out if you’re stumped on re-creating a fave recipe without eggs. 🙂

  2. Hey, Emily! I am Scarlet Kuhl, food blogger in Sacramento, California. My friend, Larry Edgemon, told me adout your page and I am now checking it out. I hope to here from you soon!

    1. Hi Scarlet – yay! So fun to hear from you. Love that Larry put you in touch (whadda nice guy). What’s your blog? I’d love to follow along! 🙂

  3. Hi, Em!
    So what is the everything seasoning? I have to try your Smoked Gouda Instant Pot Mac & Cheese. Sounds like the perfect comfort food for the rainy weather pattern we have been having. Sometimes you just have to get into it!

    1. Hi Peggy! Everything seasoning is the same blend of seasoning you would find on an everything bagel. 🙂 You can find it readily at Trader Joe’s or Costco (assuming many other major grocery retailers, too), but it’s basically sesame seeds, poppy seeds, onion, garlic and salt!

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