I’ve never been a huge coconut fan, but my man sure is! When I saw this coconut bread recipe on Pinterest, I had to give it a try. It was pretty simple to make.. Except I had to make a special trip to the grocery store for almond meal (I’ve never even heard of almond meal until this recipe!)
This bread has a very soft consistency. The taste reminds me of Greek or Italian cookies with it’s slight lemon taste. It’s really delicious and is the perfect treat to go along with your morning cup of coffee 🙂
– 1 1/4 stick of butter (10 oz.)
– 2 tbsp. fresh lemon zest
– 2 eggs (not pictured, whoops!)
– 3/4 cup of sugar
– 2 tbsp. baking powder
– 3 cups of all purpose flour
– 2/3 cup of almond meal
– 1 cup of shredded coconut (sweetened)
– 1 cup buttermilk
This recipe makes two loaves. Grease and flour your bread pans. Soften your butter. Combine your butter, lemon zest and sugar in a bowl. Mix until creamy and then add in eggs. Mix in flour and baking powder. Add in almond meal, coconut and buttermilk. I added in the dry ingredients gradually as the mixer had a hard time keeping up until the buttermilk was added.
Separate mixture into two pans. Bake at 320 degrees for an hour and a half until nicely browned. My first loaf was done at about an hour and fifteen minutes and second I baked the entire time.
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When you hear the word meatloaf, do you think mystery meat? Or how about dry, ketchup covered hamburger loaf? This is no joke the world’s best meatloaf recipe. It’s creamy and anything but dry. My mom has been making this my entire life and it’s now a staple recipe around my house.
– 1 egg
– 1 lb. of ground beef
– 1 packet of Lipton Onion Soup
– 1 can of Cream of Mushroom Soup
– Bran flakes (I used Corn Chex here because I was out of my normal bran flakes.. It wasn’t as good without it!)
– Worcestershire sauce
– Half a can of water
In a bowl mix together your meat, egg, onion dry soup mix, half the can of Cream of Mushroom soup and several splashes of worcestershire sauce. Crush a handful of bran flakes and add crushed bran flakes until the mixture is a thick enough consistency to form a meatloaf. Put your meatloaf into a pan and arrange carrots around. Spread other half of soup can on top of meatloaf. Pour half a can of water around the meatloaf and bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Add potato pieces around meatloaf and more water if needed and bake for another 45 minutes.
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For at least two years now, I’ve been using Lilash eyelash enhancing serum off and on to help my lashes grow. Let me tell you, this stuff really works!
I haven’t been using it for the past several months so my lashes are now almost back to my normal length. When you stop using Lilash, you shed your longer lashes naturally. You don’t just wake up one day and your eyelashes are all gone, so don’t worry! It’s not even noticeable, but you do notice your length isn’t as magnificent as it was. When I’m using Lilash, I consistently have people ask me if my eyelashes are real because they’re so long. I highly recommend this product and will continue using it!
You apply Lilash on once daily on freshly washed skin. It looks just like liquid eyeliner. You put it on like eyeliner directly to your upper lashline only. I apply it at night right before bedtime.
So here’s my before photos showing what my eyelashes look like right now with one very thin coat of mascara on:
Stay tuned for the results.. I typically start seeing results in about 3 weeks!
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