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Monday, September 1, 2014

Gluten Free Baked Corn Dogs

A fall fair favorite, these mini corn dogs are coated in a gluten-free batter and baked for a healthy alternative!
#glutenfree baked #corndogs , a #healthy alternative to the usual treat from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

Yield: about 8 corn dogs
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Gluten Free Baked Corn Dogs

Earlier sunsets, chillier nights and the sounds of laughter and screaming from a fun fair are some of my favorite things about autumn. Every time I went to a fair growing up, I'd get a corn dog. There's nothing spectacular or posh about them, but they're a lovely, carnival food. The star of the show with these gluten free corn dogs is the fluffy chickpea flour and polenta batter.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Changes on Anyonita Nibbles + Meet my contributors

You may have started to notice a few changes slipping into the way things have been run here on Anyonita Nibbles for the past two weeks or so. I wanted to take a few moments to address those changes with you and to highlight some new features that you'll be able to benefit from over the course of the next month.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Made in My Mixer Ebook

A fantastic ebook filled with recipes intended for use with your stand mixer!
#free Made in my Mixer ebook from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk
I'm so pleased to announce my second ebook! This one is a collaborative effort with me and 21 other food bloggers and it's chock full of recipes perfect for using in a stand mixer.

Download your free ebook right now!

Inside, you'll find incredible banana bread recipes, brownie recipes galore and morning buns to help you start your day off right. We've also included a couple of savory options, too!

Don't have a stand mixer? Well, be sure to enter our KitchenAid mixer giveaway so you can win one!
Just click the photo to be taken to the entry page:

#win an artisan #KitchenAid mixer from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk


Tuesday, August 26, 2014

#tastytuesdays no.72 & Kitchen Aid Mixer Giveaway

Do you want a Kitchen Aid stand mixer? Well, enter this fab giveaway & get your free e-book, too! 

#Win a #kitchenaid artisan #mixer from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

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Monday, August 25, 2014

3 Ingredient Double Chocolate Instant Pudding

Homemade and indulgent double chocolate instant pudding with just three ingredients makes a perfect snack!
3 ingredient double #chocolate instant pudding recipe #easydesserts from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

Yield: 4 to 6
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3 Ingredient Double Chocolate Instant Pudding

The three ingredients in this double chocolate instant pudding are favorites in our house. We always seem to have Nutella and Oreos on hand, because Nutella and Oreos. And there's always double cream in the fridge for both savory and sweet dishes. The ease of this recipe is insane. It's so hands off but so delicious, too! 

Instant #oreo and #nutella pudding from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk

Thursday, August 21, 2014

3 Instant Ways to Make Your Content Pinnable

Pinnable content doesn't have to be hard to achieve. Here are three quick tips you can implement right now to increase your pin-ability.

Having a site filled with pinnable photos doesn't have to be a dream. Follow these 3 #blogtips from Anyonita Nibbles

Pinterest remains one of the biggest sources of referral traffic for many bloggers and websites. Getting your content pinned is an easy way to gain followers and increase traffic to your site. Simply having a "pin it" button on your blog & closing each post with a  Pinterest-specific call to action isn't necessarily enough to encourage your readers to pin your content. You need to ensure that your content is pinnable. Dozens of elements go into creating pinworthy content, but in this tutorial, I want to share three quick instant ways to make your content pinnable.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Triple Chocolate & Orange Jaffa Cake No Churn Ice Cream

Indulgent and creamy chocolate no churn ice cream with mini Jaffa cakes; a rich and decadent dessert, bursting with orange flavor!
Triple #chocolate & orange #jaffacake #nochurn #icecream from Anyonita Nibbles

Yield: 4 servings
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Triple Chocolate & Orange Jaffa Cake No Churn Ice Cream

This ice cream is purely decadent, but you wouldn't expect any less, there's three types of chocolate and three flavors of orange. Chocolate and orange is my husband's favorite dessert flavor combination, so this ice cream got full marks from him. For my non-UK readers, a Jaffa cake is a type of spongy, soft cake-like biscuit with orange jam on top and covered in dark chocolate.

Decadent chocolate ice cream with jaffa cakes by Anyonita Nibbles

These little biscuits are cult classics in the UK. Everybody loves a Jaffa cake. Well, except me. I'm not down with the kids, and I hate dark chocolate. And unless it's in a glass, I don't like oranges either. But, if you're not like me, then you'll love this ice cream!

Jaffa cake ice cream by Anyonita Nibbles

I love making ice cream at home, we don't have an ice cream maker, so this is a no-churn, easy ice cream to whip up. Mine was set in about an hour, but your freezer might take longer, so you'll want to check on it periodically. The star of this ice cream is the flavor and the repetition of the orange and chocolate flavor in different ways. At the base of this ice cream is the decadent Atkins & Potts chocolate orange sauce that inspired this recipe.

Atkins & Potts Decadent Milk Chocolate & Orange Dessert Sauce by Anyonita Nibbles


If you've never made ice cream before, this is a really easy recipe to get started with. Don't be intimidated, there's nothing to it! Ice cream making is a lot of fun. And once you make your own, you'll think twice about paying those astronomical prices for the shop bought stuff.

Atkins & Potts Triple Chocolate & Orange Jaffa Cake Icae Cream by Anyonita Nibbles

I adapted this recipe from my smoothest, creamiest vanilla ice cream. Neither of those ice creams use milk, so you won't have to worry about the milk crystallizing and effecting your ice cream. By using double or heavy cream, you'll get a smooth, velvety texture every time.

Smooth and creamy chocolate ice cream by Anyonita Nibbles

Ingredients:

For the triple chocolate & orange Jaffa cake no churn ice cream
1 teaspoon orange flavoring
2 egg yolks
35 grams sugar
50 grams chocolate
350 milliliters double cream (heavy cream)
mini Jaffa cakes
Atkins & Potts chocolate & orange dessert sauce



Drizzled with extra chocolate sauce by Anyonita Nibbles


Triple Chocolate & Orange Jaffa Cake No Churn Ice Cream

Instructions:

  1. Pour the cream into a saucepan with the sugar, chocolate and chocolate sauce and bring to a gentle boil, stirring with a wooden spoon until all the sugar has dissolved.
  2. Put the egg yolks in a large bowl with the orange flavoring. Whisk together until incorporated.
  3. Slowly whisk a bit of the hot cream into the egg yolks, to temper the mix and to prevent the eggs from cooking.
  4. Pour the mix into a loaf tin, stopping halfway to press down some Jaffa cakes. Pour the remaining custard into the tin, over the existing Jaffa cakes and then top with more Jaffa cakes. Freeze and enjoy!
Triple chocolate & orange ice cream by Anyonita Nibbles

Sunday, August 17, 2014

13 Must-try Artisan Foods for a Late Summer Garden Party

Before autumn comes creeping in, spend one last evening in the garden with friends & stunning artisan food!

Sweet Artisan Foods for a Late Summer Garden Party by Anyonita Nibbles
 
As summer draws to a close, I find myself spending as much time as possible in the garden, in a last ditch attempt to soak up as much sun as I can. I know that after the refreshing chilly weather of autumn with its mosaic of crimson and amber leaves, the cold will come with a vengeance. Daylight will begin to fade from the sky around 3:30 and within the hour, it will all be a thick blanket of ink. 

Saturday, August 16, 2014

How to Carve Potato Stamps from Cookie Cutters

An inexpensive craft or art project for toddlers using Tiger Feet  Party cookie cutters and potatoes!
Carving potato stamps from cookie cutters from Anyonita NIbbles

It doesn't matter how many toys your kid has, eventually, they'll get bored of them. All of them. And most likely this is going to happen at the most inopportune time. Like during the middle of an unbearable heatwave when it's too hot to be out in the sun at the middle of the day. That happened to us and here's how I dealt with it:

How to Carve Potato Stamps from Cookie Cutters from www.anyonita-nibbles.co.uk