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These crispy baked bbq cauliflower wings are so crazy good… Don’t be surprised if the entire pan disappears in minutes!

Easy Barbecue Cauliflower Wings With a delicious crispy texture and sweet barbecue flavor, these secretly healthy wings are always a huge fan favorite. I’ve tried the recipe out on both vegans and non-vegans, and even the hardcore meat eaters love them and ask for more. So you know they must be good! Also try these Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies What do you serve with the recipe? The beauty of these cauliflower bites is that they go well with so many different things. Craving comfort food? Pair them with this Vegan Mac And Cheese. They can be a side dish, appetizer, or a healthy snack. Try serving the sticky bbq cauliflower wings for dinner with spaghetti squash or sweet potatoes (see...

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Made simply with flour, ginger and sugar, maejakgwa is a traditional Korean sweet confection that’s deep-fried and coated with simple syrup

Easy to add natural colors if desired. Crunchy and delicious! Served on holidays and special occasions, maejakgwa (매작과) is a traditional Korean confection (hangwa) made with ginger-flavored flour dough in a ribbon shape. It’s... Read On → The post Maejakgwa (Ginger Cookies) appeared first on Korean Bapsang. #Sweets #Recipes #Cookie #TraditionalHolidayFood #Desserts

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The quintessential vintage wooden sled marks the epitome of the winter season

Read on to learn how to make one yourself with some wooden planks and a few tools. RELATED: DIY Wood Pallet Bar Project How to Make a Wooden Sled What You Need: 1 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. wooden plank 1 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. wooden plank T-square Pencil Miter Saw Band Saw Belt Sander Wood Stain or Paint Wood glue Brad nail gun 1. Sketch Out the Wooden Sled Pieces Before even touching a single tool, sketch out the vintage sled pieces on the wooden planks. These serve as the patterns when it’s time to cut the shapes down. Here are the shapes you need to cut out: Runners, or the ski-looking things that go...

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If your entryway is anything like ours, it’s a magnet for piles of shoes, backpacks and unopened mail

Luckily, you can turn your entryway from cluttered mess to minimalist perfection with the right piece of furniture, a pop of color or even a hook or two. We’ve gathered up easy entryway decor ideas for small spaces and busy families, so you’re sure to find a makeover trick that will work for you. Hopefully, you’ll never have to scramble to find your kids’ shoes again. photo: Wayfair Affordable Chic This very affordable Bamboo entryway table/shoe rack is perfect for small spaces. Only measuring 25.25'' H x 28.375'' W x 10.625'' D, it has a tall space for umbrellas and boots, as well as four shelves for shoes. Buy it here, $54.99. photo: Collov Home Designs via Unsplash Art Gallery...

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Eating healthy during the holidays can be tough.

Starting around Thanksgiving and lasting through January, you’re compassed by endless treats at parties, get-togethers, and grocery stores.  What’s more, your normal fitness routine—working out, preparing meals, getting plenty of sleep, and so forth—will likely be interrupted with travel, festivities, and other obligations.   Many fitness folk respond to this scenario by battening down the hatches and trying with all their might to resist the onslaught of indulgences, but this isn’t necessary. As we’ve covered in previous articles, you can maintain a fit, lean, healthy body while enjoying high-calorie meals and treats over the holidays if you use the right strategies. One of these strategies is to supplement your higher-calorie “comfort foods” with more filling, high-protein, lower-calorie and lower-fat alternatives.  And...

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