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  • Patriotic Chocolate Chip Cookie Cheesecake Bar

    Patriotic Chocolate Chip Cookie Cheesecake Bars

    These chewy chocolate chip cookie cheesecake bars are topped with red, white & blue candies, making them the perfect treat for your 4th of July parties! Hey guys, it’s Adell from Baked in Arizona! I am so happy to be back sharing another recipe here on Classy Clutter! I LOVE holidays! The 4th of July is one of my favorites. Family, friends, food, fireworks, what is better?! Also, just noticed those all start with an F 😉 Anyways, I’ve got a great dessert that will be perfect for your 4th of July party.  These bars are great chilled or room temperature. You need to let them chill for about 3 hours after baking, so they are the perfect make ahead treat too! Chocolate Chip Cookies were “invented” in America. Do you know the story? Maybe I am a baking nerd, but I thought it was so cool! I’ll give you the short version. Basically they were an accident. In 1930, Ruth Wakefield and her husband ran the ‘Toll House Inn’. She was famous for her desserts. One day, she was…

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  • Jalapeno Hummus Recipe

    Jalapeno Hummus

    I love Hummus! I especially love Jalapeno Hummus. I made this hummus to bring to a family party and everyone loved it. It’s really easy and quick especially when you use a Vitamix Machine. I have had this blender for a while now and its my favorite. The touch screen is awesome and the power in this machine is unmatched. I have tried many different blenders and this one is by far the best one I have ever had. When I made this hummus it came out super smooth. This is what you will need to make this hummus…. Jalapeno Hummus Ingredients: 2 15 0z can of Garbanzo Beans (I removed the skins of the beans, it makes the hummus a better texture. It’s really fast and the whole can maybe took like 5 minutes or so.) 1/2 can of chopped jalapeno or one whole jalapeno seeded ( you can add more if you want) 2 tablespoon tahini ( I ordered mine from amazon ) 4 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 3 tablespoon fresh cilantro, chopped 1 tablespoon parsley Juice from 2-3…

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    10 At-Home Chinese Food Recipes

    10 At-Home Chinese Food Recipes that look and taste delicious! Confession: I LOVE Chinese food! I am obsessed with Orange Chicken, General Tsos chicken, chicken fried rice, onion soup, and all of the sauce and seasonings in Asian cuisine. I love most Asian food actually. I thought instead of blowing my food budget on eating out every week (yes, I eat Chinese food at least once a week!) I thought it would be fun to try some different Chinese food recipes at home! Here are some yummy ones that I can’t wait to try! Chinese Barbecue Pork By Recipe Tin Eats Fried Rice By Gimme Some Oven Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken, Pineapple, Carrots and Bell Peppers By Carlsbad Cravings Pf Changs Chicken Lettuce Wraps (Copycat) By Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen Best Orange Chicken Recipe By No Recipe Kung Pao Shrimp By Rasa Malaysia Chinese Take-In: Chicken Lo Mein By PopSugar Homemade Chicken Gyoza By Katie Cakes Chinese 5 Spice Chicken Wings With Sticky Soy, Balsamic Reduction Glaze By Carlsbad Cravings Chinese Style Garlic Green Beans By Kirbie’s Cravings…

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  • Toasted Coconut and Chocolate Popsicles

    Chocolate Toasted Coconut Popsicle

    With summer time right around the corner one of my families favorite things to do in the summer time is to enjoy some yummy popsicle. Here in Arizona it gets really hot and a nice frozen treat always helps to endure the heat. We like to try all different kinds of popsicle and the easier the better for me. This Recipe is very easy!   One of the best ways to keep the popsicle really easy is to start with a really good base. Meaning use something that already taste really good. To make these popsicle I started with 2 cups of Silk Nutchello Toasted Coconut + Cashews. The Silk Nutchello taste really good-by itself already so it was easy to make a yummy popsicle using it. Then I added in 1 cup of greek yogurt and half of a cup of milk chocolate chips. Mixed it up in the blender until it was smooth. How easy is that!?! I prepared the toasted coconut by putting about 1/2 cup of coconut in a little frying fan and toasting it on…

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  • This Tropical Berry Acai Bowl is so delicious! - Click for recipe!

    The BEST Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe

    This post is sponsored by Vitamix. Recipe creation and ideas are my own. I absolutely love Acai bowls! There is a little restaurant locally that sells smoothies, protein shakes and acai bowls and they’re all so delicious! We partnered with Vitamix and I decided to recreate my favorite acai bowl at home. It turned out amazing and saved me a few bucks! Ingredients: 2 teaspoons of acai powder (I love this kind.) 1 frozen banana 2 cups of frozen fruit (I did 1 cup of strawberries and 1 cup of pineapple) 1 1/2 cups of almond milk toppings – My favorites are fruit, coconut, granola, a drizzle of honey Mix all ingredients (except the toppings) in a Vitamix blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a bowl and top with your favorite fruit, granola, coconut flakes and a drizzle of honey! The honey adds the perfect amount of sweetness and I highly recommend it!  Give this recipe a try and let us know what you think! Acai is packed full of antioxidants, fiber and heart-healthy fats! Also, it tastes amazing! We…

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  • Pineapple Coconut Pull Apart Bread-4

    Pineapple Coconut Pull Apart Bread

    An easy pull apart bread oozing with sweet pineapple & coconut! This make ahead breakfast is sure to impress! Hey Classy Clutter readers! It’s Adell from Baked in AZ! I just love a good overnight breakfast recipe. This recipe is bursting with coconut and pineapple flavor. It would be perfect for Mother’s Day breakfast or brunch too! Easy enough that your husband/boyfriend/kids etc. can make it! Just print out the recipe and tell them, make me this! I am all about asking for what ya want. At least that works better in our house :). Or make this for your Mom! And as much as I’d like to be going on an island vacation for Mother’s Day, this breakfast is almost as good ;). Bring the island to you. haha! A great spring time breakfast that will keep everyone going back for more. Save Print Pineapple Coconut Pull Apart Bread Author: Adell Goff Recipe type: Breakfast Prep time:  15 mins Cook time:  35 mins Total time:  50 mins   An easy overnight breakfast or brunch full of pineapple and coconut flavor! Ingredients ⅔ cup…

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