Showing posts with label Billionaire Blend. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Billionaire Blend. Show all posts

How to Make Low-Carb Pizza Crust from Cauliflower (No flour, no yeast, no kidding!) from Cleo Coyle

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This low-carb pizza, mentioned in our 13th Coffeehouse Mystery, Billionaire Blend, tastes as good as it looks, yet the crust is made from nothing more than cauliflower, egg, and mozzarella cheese with some salt and spices thrown in. 

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No flour, no yeast, no kidding! 

While versions of this recipe have been around for years (dating back to the early days of the Atkins diet), they aren't all equal. My recipe includes a key step to making it work. 

Yes, I was skeptical at first. My husband was, too, but he's a believer now. He enjoyed half this small pie with me, beer in hand, smile on his face. May you, too, eat with joy!

~ Cleo

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My Billionaire Baileys Irish Cream and Caramel Nut Fudge by Cleo Coyle

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Yes, this is the very buttery caramel fudge (with an Irish Cream kick) that our amateur sleuth used to bribe a New York Police Department Bomb Squad lieutenant in one of our most popular Coffeehouse Mysteries Billionaire Blend.

"A highly satisfying mystery"
~ Publishers Weekly
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Eat with joy!

~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries

How to make my Low-Fat BLUEBERRY BLONDIES from Billionaire Blend by Cleo Coyle

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A delicious, low-fat cross between a butterscotch blondie and a blueberry muffin, these Blueberry Blondies are a bonus recipe from my latest culinary mystery, Billionaire Blend, a hardcover bestseller newly released in paperback.
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You can use fresh or frozen blueberries in this recipe, which means you can make it year-round. 

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Frito Shepherd’s Pie from Cleo Coyle #glutenfree recipe

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Our readers may recognize this pie from our 13th culinary mystery, Billionaire BlendIn the book, Detective Mike Quinn tells the story of solving a homicide with members of the NYPD Bomb Squad (historically known as the Italian Squad). 

When the case is done, members of the squad take Quinn to a pub for a night of Frito Shepherd’s Pies and Irish Car Bombs (the kind you drink). Well this is the very pie that Detective Quinn enjoyed. 

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~ Cleo

How to Make Eggnog Muffins with Eggnog Glaze by Coffeehouse Mystery author Cleo Coyle

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Canele - How to Make the Little Caramelized French Cake

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Billionaire Blend

A Coffeehouse Mystery 
*Starred Review ~ Kirkus
What are caneles (aka canneles)?

Some have called this little caramelized French cake a handheld version of creme brulee. Crisp on the outside with a soft, moist, almost custard-like cake on the inside, they are made from a kind of crepe batter flavored with vanilla and rum. The batter is poured into special canele molds that have been brushed with butter and beeswax to promote crusty caramelization as they bake in a hot oven. 

My Coffeehouse Mystery readers may recall them from Billionaire Blend. No spoilers here, but Clare Cosi (my coffeehouse manager turned amateur sleuth) will never forget the day she enjoyed a plate of them at a cafe with a hot, fresh cup of coffee.

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