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Krisztina Giczi

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Gingerbread kits are not just for the holidays! Here, the cookies from the Wilton Mini Gingerbread Village become a Winter Wonderland village perched on top of a 2-tier cake billowing with drifts of icing snow.

Gingerbread kits are not just for the holidays! Here, the cookies from the Wilton Mini Gingerbread Village become a Winter Wonderland village perched on top of a cake billowing with drifts of icing snow.

I keep coming across these fig bars on Pinterest and I can't seem to get over how beautiful they look. Although this is technically a dessert recipe, I think they'd also give your standard granola bar a run for its money.

These Fig Bars Are Just Too Pretty — Delicious Links → Get the Recipe: Raw Vanilla Coconut Fig Slice from Secret Squirrel Food

Fig and Prosciutto Pizza with Balsamic Drizzle | spachethespatula.com #recipe

I think this pizza would also be totally awesome topped with a handful or two of baby arugula tossed in some extra virigin olive oil, salt, and pepper right before serving.

Servings: 4-6INGREDIENTS3 cups Greek yogurt¼ cup honeyToppings:GranolaHoneyPREPARATION 1.Mix yogurt and honey in a bowl.2.Pour mixture into a baking pan lined with parchment paper. Add desired amount of toppings. 3.Freeze 6 hours, or overnight, until frozen solid. 4.Break yogurt bark into desired number of pieces.5.Serve cold, or store in a closed container in the freezer. 6.Enjoy!

High in protein, low in sugar!Posted on April GMTHoney Granola Yogurt BarkServings: cups Greek yogurt¼ cup yogurt and honey in a mixture into a baking pan lined with parchment paper. Add desired amount of toppings.