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This is a sponsored post on behalf of ALDI. As you may have noticed, we just had our first visit to a local ALDI. ALDI is currently my newest favorite grocery place that carries affordable organic products, produce, and more at up to 50 percent* less than a regular grocery store.*  In our last post,…

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Thank you to The Hershey Company for making this post possible as a brand ambassador. Early mornings during winter in our home always call for coffee or hot cocoa, especially when it’s cold and we need to warm up bright and early. Although, we haven’t had any really cold mornings and we haven’t used our…

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This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group and Soma but all my opinions are my own. We always drink purified water in our home and never had a chance to try a filter system. When I heard about Soma, I was intrigued because it has a stylish…

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  • […] around you – you can also make it! That is my next endeavor, but here is an awesome Horchata Recipe from Little Inspiration that you can give a try! I know it’s one of her favorite Summer drinks, so I leave you in […]ReplyCancel

Is your New Year’s resolution eating clean and healthy? I started the year eating healthy and I’m hoping to introduce more healthy recipes to Little Inspiration. The following recipe for a healthy and fresh dip is unbelievable yumm! Its so fresh with a little crunch that can be perfect to top a Fish, Salad and…

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On January 6 is Dia De Los Reyes or Three Kings Day and some of you may know it as Epiphany or the 12th day of Christmas. We don’t really celebrate it but I remember my parents always buying a “rosca” for Three Kings Day. What is Is Three Kings Day? It’s an important holiday…

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  • Hello! Could you please explain the paste step in more detail? And why do you split the dough in half? Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • bekina

      You would split it in half if you wanted to make two instead of one.ReplyCancel

  • Your Rosca de Reyes looks delicious!! here in Argentina is also a tradition to eat it the 6 of january (:ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Calder

    I have always enjoyed Three kings Cake until a friend of mine bit the baby Jesus figure and broke his tooth. Now I won’t eat them.ReplyCancel

  • Lovely alternative recipe, Angie! Thank you for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • maria

    Do you have to let this rise?ReplyCancel

  • maria

    Do you have to let it rise?ReplyCancel

  • […] Crédits photos : La gourmandise selon Angie, Little Inspiration,  Une touche de rose,  La receta de la […]ReplyCancel

  • Lourdes

    Yes lovely recipe, raisins and dry fruit are not huge in my household, so it is a great alternativeReplyCancel