Oreo’s newest cookie innovation will likely be hot cocoa-flavored and will appear on shelves in 2017ShutterstockWe can’t wait to dip these hot cocoa-flavored cookies into real hot cocoa.After multiple iterations of crazy flavors, Oreo may be finally coming out with a signature cookie that we can all agree would fly off the shelves: hot cocoa Oreos.
I put the whipped cream and vanilla seeds on low heat and when it almost boiled, I put them aside and added the chocolate pieces, rum and margarine. I mixed well until a homogeneous cream was made, I spread it on a plate and I put it in the fridge for about 30 minutes. After this time I made balls like a walnut and I rolled them in cocoa mixed with powdered chocolate. , some through coconut and others I dipped in melted chocolate.
Refreshing, cool, sweet, and festive, caipirinha is Brazil. And if caipirinha is Brazil, then cachaça is our national shrine.Caipirinha is a simple cocktail based on a mixture of mashed lime with sugar, ice, and cachaça.Ingredients2 limes, ends trimmed off and cut into medium-sized wedges1 tablespoon sugar2-3 tablespoons cachaça (adjust amount to taste)Ice cubesDirectionsUsing a muddler, or the end of a wooden spoon, mash the limes with the sugar, making sure to squeeze all the juices from the lime and to dissolve the sugar in the juice.
A moving documentary about the struggles millions of people are facing everyday and how we can do something about itHunger, a topic we find extremely important at The Daily Meal, is taking center stage in the documentary Finding North, which just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.Brought to you by Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush, wife of chef Tom Colicchio, the film is based on the idea that “we are the richest most, powerful nation the world and we still haven’t found the political will to end hunger.
Spend time relaxing on game day with these delicious recipesBacon GuacamoleGuacamole is one of the most delicious dips out there, and no matter how you choose to make it, it’s fairly simple to put together ahead of time. The addition of bacon to this one has raised its status from a dip to look forward to, to the dip you’ll hide from your friends!
Very tasty, only good to spread on bread! 1 can of tuna in olive oil250 gr mascarpone1 teaspoon lemon juice1 fillets of smoked salmon1 tablespoon mustard and pepper to tastePortions: 6Preparation time: less than 30 minutesHOW TO PREPARE RECIPE Tuna paste with salmon smoked and mascarpone: In a blender, put the ingredients in turn, the salmon chosen by the bones, the tuna, lemon juice, mustard, mascarpone and mix.