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Good Morning! What’s a better way to start the day than with a $5 Starbucks bev? Starting it off with a 32 cents Frapp! Making your own Starbucks drinks at home is not only easy and delicious but over the course of a year could save you up to $1,343! (That’s about a %92 cheaper!)
- 1 Cup Double-strength Starbucks coffee OR 3/4 cup fresh espresso (cold)
- 3/4 C Milk
- 3 Tbs Sugar (or to taste)
- 2 Cups Ice
- Pinch of xanthan gum OR 1 tsp dry pectin
- Brew Coffee.
- Combine ingredients in a cup, give a quick stir and put in blender, adding the ice last. Blend for about 10 seconds.
- Swirl caramel, mocha, or desired syrup around the inside of cup and pour.
Top with whip cream and chocolate syrup, if desired!
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This has been a beautiful week! For the first time in recent memory, our annual trip to an apple farm was done wearing shorts and t-shirts. And we’re not complaining! We’ll take this summer-like weather as long as we can get it.
So to keep up the guise of summer, we’ve been enjoying the end of summer’s harvest with our meals. Today’s recipe is reminiscent of our trip to Michigan in August. On the last afternoon of our vacation, we enjoyed a wonderful gourmet pizza at a local winery. We’ve since recreated it at home several times. While the prep time is a little lengthy, Mike and I think this Summer Harvest Pizza is worth the effort.
We start the meal prep early in the day by making a semolina pizza crust. We use my bread machine to simplify the process. The dough recipe makes enough for three large pizzas…
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