Saturday, June 29, 2013

Classic Summer Dessert Made Low-Cal


Low-calorie angel food cake picks up the smoke and char of the grill and is topped with strawberries soaked in balsamic vinegar and black pepper
Strawberry shortcake recipe
To deliver flavor, the corporate cook relies on hulking scoops of ice cream, oversize brownies, and floods of molten chocolate. The home cook doesn't need such waist-expanding, palate-blunting effects to make dessert memorable. Here, low-calorie angel food cake picks up the smoke and char of the grill and is topped with strawberries soaked in balsamic vinegar and black pepper, an irresistible combination adored throughout northern Italy. Trust us, you'll be hooked.
You'll Need:
2 cups sliced strawberries
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
Pinch of freshly cracked black pepper
1 Tbsp butter (optional)
4 wedges angel food cake, each 1" thick
Whipped cream
How to Make It:
*Mix the strawberries, vinegar, and pepper and marinate for 10 to 15 minutes.
*Heat a grill, stovetop grill pan, or nonstick saute pan until hot. (If using the pan, add the butter; if grilling, omit the butter entirely.) Add the cake slices and cook until caramelized and toasted. Transfer to 4 dessert plates. Top with the strawberries, their liquid, and a spoonful of whipped cream.
Makes 4 servings
Cost per serving: $1.70
160 calories
6 g fat (3.5 g saturated)
12 g sugars
Not That!
Ruby Tuesday Strawberries & Ice Cream
Price: $4.99
900 calories
50 g fat
102 g carbohydrates
Save! 740 calories and $3.29!
This recipe is from the Newsletter, COOK THIS. NOT THAT!

Wow, never thought about cooking this way! Gotta try!
Thanks for visiting! Cindy from Craft Flaire.

Friday, June 28, 2013

Summer in Arizona

Summertime in Arizona brings a lot of tourism, many craft shows, and now the Rodeo to Prescott!

All of this helps you to decide on what to design in your area of experties! 

My showcase booth in the Miller Valley Indoor Art Market is full now with Paracord Accessories for your  Outdoor Activities for both Men and Women.

Ever heard of "Barefoot Sandals"?
Yes I made some. The pattern came from a 1970's Macrame book!
They are great for the beach!

Enjoy the photos I took Today of my Showcase Space during our 4th Friday Art Walk!

I offered Macrame Lesson on these sandals during the event!
Thanks to everyone for visiting!
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Offering 15% off on a purchase from my Showcase Shop in Prescott, Az. for becoming a fan of CRAFT FLAIRE!
Thanks for visiting! Cindy from Craft Flaire.

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