First of all, let me just tell you what I realized this evening.
Went to take a shower, and looked more analytically at the hair care bottles my sister uses..
It was a shampoo and conditioner set. Of course, the shampoo went with the matching conditioner variety. The adjective beneath "conditioner" happened to be "moisturizing".
Sure, I'd hope so. All is well.
Now, the adjective beneath "shampoo" was..... "shampooing"??
Really now. You have one job. Describe the shampoo. And you choose..... "shampooing"????
Well, I suppose at least it didn't try to tell me it conditions. I'd be a little fearful at that point. :P
ANYWAYS. Onto more important things. Like....
Peanut Butter Balls
1 (15 oz) can chickpeas, rinsed and drained
1/4 cup creamy (preferably homemade) peanut butter
1/4 cup agave nectar or honey
Pinch of salt (if you are using not very salty peanut butter0
1) Combine all ingredients in a food processor or really good blender and blend until thoroughly and beautifully combined
2) Set oven to 350 degrees to begin heating and line a large baking sheet with tin foil; lightly coat with olive/coconut oil, or your favorite non stick spray
3) Roll batter into balls and place on baking sheet; bake for 25 minutes
Now, you should know, these taste NOTHING like beans in anyway shape or form. They just taste addictingly delicious. Made them for a coworker, and then for a party, and both times they were very much enjoyed:)
Ciao for now!
p.s...this makes the most delicious peanut buttery batter in the history of peanut butter batters... it's ridiculous. Fair warning;)