Wonderful Wednesday 8

Wonderful Wednesday Christmas Edition

Welcome to the last Wonderful Wednesday of 2016

This wonderful Wednesday link up is the last of 2016. This year we have seen so many new blogs and recipes. Isn’t it exciting? I’m sure that 2017 will bring us even more.

I want to take a moment and give a huge shout out to my co hosts

and

Both of these women have some great content on their sites and keep coming up with more! So go on over and say hello, check things out and try a couple of recipes!

New Year,New Beginnings

One thing I have learned on my THM Journey is that this week tends to be one of planning and preparation for the new year. Many of us re-read our Trim Healthy Mama books, set New Goals, Face New Challenges or begin a New Journey.

 I hope to see recipes and articles linked up below to help you in those preparations

Trim Healthy Mama Book Study 2017

I am Participating in an Unofficial 6 week Trim Healthy Mama Book Study over in the unofficial THM Chapter by Chapter Group.

This is an amazing peer based study group where you can read or re read your Plan book and engage in conversations with mama’s that are doing the exact same thing!

Come Join the fun!!! And Start the new year off right!

Dust off your plan book

Grab a Pretty Note Book

Pull out your Journey Binder

Pick up a new set of Highlighters

Sticky Notes

Page tabs

and let’s get started.

 

Wonderfully Made and Dearly Loved


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4 thoughts on “Wonderful Wednesday 8

  1. Thank you for this website! I have a recipe question- I am not getting crunchy results from the Peanut Butter Crunch.Will cooking a couple of minutes longer help? I have made this twice and love the taste.

    1. it’s a crispy texture but kind of light because of the oat fiber and whey… and yes cooking it a bit longer will help it crisp up a bit more as it cools.

  2. Interesting, the recipe I have does not list oat fiber! It has: peanut flour, whey protein, salt, baking soda, sweetener and coconut oil.

    1. I’m sorry … I misspoke — the recipe you have is correct — I make others that replace the peanut flour with oat fiber — it will get crispy if you bake it a bit longer — I normally let it sit and cool a bit before I stir it to get the crumbles. It is quite “soft” when it comes out of the oven.

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