One of the greatest opportunities of starting a food, health, and wellness blog, is to be able to connect with others on a similar journey. Just a couple of weeks ago, Further Food, a website on a mission to improve health and wellness through food, reached out and invited me to be part of their online community. Not only was I incredibly thrilled to have another resource to share my allergen-friendly recipes with the world, but just the fact that they base their philosophy off of science is right up my alley! The team consists of nutritionist, cooks, food-lovers, and do-gooders, all striving to help people eat better, so that they can conquer their health and go further in life (sound familiar?). By featuring “delicious & health-supportive recipes, informative articles, and inspiring user stories,“ Further Food is a great resource for anyone!
Though I plan on sharing more of my recipes on their site in the future, I decided that my “Double Chocolate Maple Bacon Cookies” would be a great way to start things off! Who doesn’t like a salty and sweet combination? I also like this recipe because it is easily adaptable for those who don’t eat meat, simply by excluding the bacon. Either way, what’s not to love?
You can view my recipe here , and off course feel free to support Further Food through pinning it on Pinterest – you can do so here. While you are at it, check out the rest of Further Food’s amazing, inspiring, and food-loving community here.
As a note for those looking into making my Double Chocolate Maple Bacon Cookie recipe – you may be able to find water chestnut flour at a nearby ethnic grocery store. However, ordering it off of amazon is much easier! Both 14 and 28 oz bags are available, though I would go with the bigger one, due to it being cheaper then buying 2 of the smaller bags. You can purchase them both here and here.
If you are looking to make the homemade, refined sugar free chocolate chunks that I feature in my original recipe post, you can find the recipe here.
Please enjoy, and don’t forget to push the envelop and go FURTHER!
Isaiah 40:29 “He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.”