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    Coconut Snowball Cupcakes – Printable Recipe http://myhoneysplace.com/coconut-snowball-cupcakes/

    For the Cupcakes:

    1 1/2 sticks unsalted butter
    1 1/2 c. granulated sugar
    3 eggs
    2 t. baking powder
    1/2 t. baking soda
    1/4 t. salt
    2 t. vanilla
    2 1/2 c. flour
    1 1/3 c. whole milk
    40 Raffaello candies

    For the butter cream you’ll need:

    3 sticks unsalted butter, room temperature
    2 1/2 c. powdered sugar
    2 t. vanilla extract
    1 cup shredded coconut (for the topping)

    Directions:

    Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees (F).

    Cream together the butter and sugar until fluffy.

    Add the eggs, one at a time, and then the baking soda, baking powder, vanilla, and salt.

    Mix for about a minute, until creamy (be sure to scrape down the sides of the bowl once or twice, to ensure everything is getting worked in).

    Then add the milk and flour, alternating between the two ingredients (to avoid lumps) until the batter is smooth and everything is well combined.

    Scoop a heaping tablespoon into paper-lined mini cupcake tins, then plop one Raffaello candy into each cup and gently press it into the batter. Spoon a little bit of batter over the top, to cover the candy (see photo).

    Bake for about 18 minutes, until the cake is golden brown and set (it will bounce back when you gently press your finger into a cupcake).

    Allow to cool.

    Butter Cream Instructions:

    Whip up the butter to get it good and creamy.

    Then add the powdered sugar a cup at a time, scraping down the sides of the bowl between additions (to make sure everything is getting incorporated).

    Drizzle in some vanilla, mix some more, and give it a taste to make sure you have enough vanilla and sugar.

    Once you have the desired texture and taste, pipe a mound onto all the cupcakes.

    Then roll the tops of the cupcakes in a bowl of coconut to give them the snowy effect.

    Compliments: www.yummyfunny.com

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    FOOLPROOF, AMAZING, TO-DIE-FOR, HOMEMADE SALTED CARAMEL

    SUPER SIMPLE AND DELICIOUS! GIVE IT A TRY. I HAVE ADDED SOME TIPS BELOW TO HELP MAKE THIS EASY FOR YOU!!

    http://www.hugsandcookiesxoxo.com/20...-homemade.html

    SALTED CARAMEL RECIPES

    Ingredients:

    2 cups sugar
    1 2/3 cups heavy cream
    2 Tbsp salted butter
    3/4 tsp coarse sea salt

    Method to make the caramel sauce:

    1. Spread the sugar in an even layer in a large metal pot, at least 6 quarts. Set over a moderate heat and cook without stirring, until the sugar near the edge just starts to liquefy.

    2. Use a wooden spoon and begin stirring, encouraging the melted sugar around the edges toward the center, delicately stirring up any sugar melting on the bottom as well. The sugar will start to look pebbly as it cooks, but keep going until it is melted completely and an amber color. If you think it is cooking too fast, lower the heat and keep stirring. Be patient.

    3. Continue to cook until the sugar turns deep brown. Once brown, take it off of the heat!!!!

    4. Time to add the cream but here is my trick....only add a DROP at a time and stir, stir, stir. This will eliminate the seizing of your caramel and you will love me for this trick. Keep adding a drop at a time and stirring until all of the cream is mixed in. Be patient...you have a lot of cream so this will take a few minutes. Once smooth, add butter and salt. Let cool. Will store in fridge up to one month. HA! As if it will last that long...ever!!!! TOO delicious!!

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    Homemade Apple Butter

    Original recipe makes 3 pints
    1 (12 fluid ounce) can frozen apple juice concentrate, thawed
    1/2 cup apple cider
    4 pounds Macintosh apples - peeled, cored and chopped
    3/4 cup dark brown sugar
    1 cup apple brandy (optional)
    1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    1 teaspoon ground ginger
    1/4 teaspoon ground cloves

    Directions

    Watch closely so as not to burn.
    In a large saucepan, bring apple juice concentrate, apple cider, and Macintosh apples to a boil. Reduce heat to low. Stirring occasionally, simmer uncovered about 1 hour, until apples are easily mashed. May have to strain Apple mixture, to get a good consistency.
    Mix dark brown sugar, apple brandy, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves into the apple mixture. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer uncovered 2 hours, stirring occasionally, until thickened. Transfer to sealed sterile containers, and cool at least 1 hour before serving.

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    Turn Sea Water Into Drinking Water SHTF Style



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URgl2oQ5Rn0

    Uploaded on Aug 10, 2011
    This is just to give you an idea and remember do what works for you. Thanks for watching..

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    House Hardening - Home Security for SHTF or economic collapse



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    My plans for making my house more secure, to hopefully make it through the rough times we may have in the future.
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    Warm Apples and Ice Cream >> Food Fanatics <<

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    Recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/r...ipe/index.html



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    Coconut Chicken with Sweet Chilli Dipping Sauce >> Food Fanatics <<

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    What Canned Foods Have The Longest Shelf Life



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    Uploaded on Apr 19, 2011

    Today we are going to see what canned good is best to store for the longest amount of time... I am only testing canned meats so we might be testing fruits and veggies in another video... Stock up while you can guys!!! After all,you wouldnt be watching this video if you were not concerned about whats going on in the world.....

    KEEP ON PREPPIN!!!!!!!

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    25 Must Have Survival Foods: Put Them In Your Pantry Now

    Tess Pennington
    April 13th, 2013
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    This information has been contributed by Tess Pennington, author of The Prepper’s Cookbook. After joining the Dallas chapter of the American Red Cross in 1999 Tess worked as an Armed Forces Emergency Services Center specialist and is well versed in emergency and disaster management & response. You can visit her web site at www.ReadyNutrition.com and create a complete family preparedness plan with her FREE series 52 Weeks to Preparedness.


    Editor’s Note: In the following article Tess provides a list of key pantry staples for extended emergencies. While it’s generally pretty easy to go out and purchase MRE’s and freeze dried foods in bulk, what poses a challenge to many is understanding how to properly stock a pantry. Why would one need to stock a pantry when ready-to-eat meals can be easily bought? Cost, for one. Common dry goods are significantly cheaper than meals in a bag or box. Nutrient density is another. Whole, natural foods are going to give you the most bang for your buck when we’re talking about protein, carbohydrates, calories and nutrition. And, of course, with a variety of dry goods and whole foods in your pantry you can more easily avoid food fatigue. Freeze dried eggs and TVP will get old after a while, especially if you don’t have access to recipes that will help vary your diet. But a well stocked pantry will do wonders for your psychology and the general attitude of those around you. Consider adding all or some of the following foods to your preparedness gear.


    One of my favorite phrases that I tell new preppers is that “your preps are your lifeline.” We must put measures in place before a disaster is upon us in order to have these lifelines available to us when we need them the most.

    Building an emergency pantry is one of those lifelines that takes both time and planning to make it fully functional. Ideally, you want to store shelf stable foods that your family normally consumes, as well as find foods that serve multiple purposes.

    A few other points to consider when starting an emergency food pantry are:


    • To store emergency foods that will not require refrigeration, and should require little electricity or fuel to prepare.
    • The food should have a long shelf life.
    • It should provide ample nutrition and contain little salt.



    In my book, The Prepper’s Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals, I use the following essential food staples as the basis for the recipes. The following foods are all popular food staples that should be considered as “must haves” for your emergency pantries. The advantages to storing these items, is they encompass all of the key consideration points listed above. Best of all, these items are very affordable and versatile, thus making them worthy of being on your storage shelves for extended emergencies.

    Keep in mind, that water is your most important prep. You need water for consumption, food preparation, and for sanitary needs. Ensure that you have a large quantity of water stored away for emergency use.

    Stock up on the following items today to get your prepper pantry ready for the next extended emergency:

    1. Canned fruits, vegetables, meats, and soups
    2. Dried legumes (beans, lentils, peas)
    3. Crackers
    4. Nuts
    5. Pasta sauce
    6. Peanut butter
    7. Pasta
    8. Flour (white, whole wheat)
    9. Seasonings (vanilla, salt, pepper, paprika, cinnamon, pepper, taco seasoning, etc.)
    10. Sugar
    11. Bouillon cubes or granules (chicken, vegetable, beef)
    12. Kitchen staples (baking soda, baking powder, yeast, vinegar)
    13. Honey
    14. Unsweetened cocoa powder
    15. Jell-O or pudding mixes
    16. Whole grains (barley, bulgur, cornmeal, couscous, oats, quinoa, rice, wheat berries)
    17. Nonfat dried milk
    18. Plant-based oil (corn oil, vegetable oil, coconut oil, olive oil)
    19. Cereals
    20. Seeds for eating and sprouting
    21. Popcorn (not the microwavable kind)
    22. Instant potato flakes Instant potato flakes
    23. Packaged meals (macaroni and cheese, hamburger helper, Ramen noodles, etc.)
    24. Purified drinking water
    25. Fruit juices, teas, coffee, drink mixes

    Use this list as a starting point on beginning or extending your preparedness pantry- and don’t feel handcuffed to only stocking up on these items. Always keep your family’s food preferences and dietary needs in mind when investing in your food supply. It would be extremely advantageous to have a two week supply (at a minimum) of these shelf stable food items on hand to care for your family. To see how much your family would need, click here.

    We never know when disasters or emergencies may strike, so why not be prudent and be ready for them before they effect our livelihood and well being.

    ***********
    Tess Pennington is the author of The Prepper’s Cookbook: 300 Recipes to Turn Your Emergency Food into Nutritious, Delicious, Life-Saving Meals. When a catastrophic collapse cripples society, grocery store shelves will empty within days. But if you follow this book’s plan for stocking, organizing and maintaining a proper emergency food supply, your family will have plenty to eat for weeks, months or even years.

    Visit her web site at ReadyNutrition.com.

    http://www.shtfplan.com/emergency-pr...y-now_04132013

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