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Happy Sunday!!

Blueberries and Passionfruit | halfbakedharvest.com @hbharvest

HERE IS WHAT I AM LOVING THIS WEEK:

Believe it or not, I have never made pork chops, but these maple smoked pork chops sound awesome!

FOR SURE THIS Savory Bacon & cheese Stuffed French Toast. The whole post is kind of awesome.

I have always wanted to make homemade milk. This post has me convinced. 

This Gin Kimchi Cocktail. It’s too pretty for words!

Taco Bacon…on a B.L.A.T Salad. yeah.

Toasty Coconut Oats. Breakfast please!!

Loaded Cheesy Curly Fries. Enough Said.

These Chocolate Passionfruit Cupcakes. FYI Passionfruit is my new favorite.

3-layer Pistachio Layer Cake. There is not even any chocolate and I LOVE it.

TOAST! Specifically this Miso-Tahini Avocado Toast with Black Sesame Gomasio.

Monofuku Birthday Cake truffles?! WHOA!

The prettiest Apple Tart ever.

Popcorn Chicken Fried Steak. Brothers would love this.

This beyond beautiful workshop. I so wish I could have attended.

Loving this round-up of 20 Easy Pasta Recipes.

SPICY LAMB NOODLES. Just check out this post. IT’S AMAZING!!

Loving this Guacamole Steak Salad…spring is coming!

Healthy Breakfast in a Jar…again, SPRING!

I want to go wherever this is.

I want this little pup. SO BAD.

MAGIC BAR MILKSHAKE. Whoa!

Because broccoli and cheddar belong together, I need this burger

Individual Shakshuka. I’d eat this ALL THE TIME. 

So those are the things I am going crazy for lately – hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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  1. When I read your comment about ‘the beautiful workshop, that you did not attend,’ and ‘the little puppy, that you want, SO BAD,’ YOU TOUCHED MY HEART! I wish I could have gone to that workshop too! And I wish I could have that puppy! Maybe we are related! Yes, I think we are!

  2. I love love love these links. So much inspiration! I especially love the almond milk post because I have been doing some crazy experiments in my kitchen lately making cashew milk and I love to see other blogger’s methods and uses for homemade nut milk. Hope you had a great weekend, Tieghan 🙂

  3. How pretty are those blueberries and did you make that background? The color is spot on!

  4. I have fallen in love with your photos and website! When on Huff Post, I go to the Taste section and guess which photos are yours! Love your recipes and the Sunday posts are so interesting…taking me places I’ve never gone before! Thanks so much! I’m such a fan!

  5. I just made my own milk for the first time-cashew milk to be specific-to use in my coffee. I don’t like all the additives they put in store-bought nut milks. It couldn’t have been easier, and it tastes pretty similar to half-and-half. I do recommend a nut milk bag, though. I did it without one, and at first the milk was kind of chalky, but now that it’s been in the fridge for a few days, the particles have sort of separated out. I heard with a nut milk bag you can collect the particles, dry them, and use them for nut flour.

  6. That Kimchi cocktail has been on my mind too, ever since Honestly Yum posted it. It looks so good with such interesting flavors!

  7. I really enjoy your blog and recipes! And thank you for that link to the chicken fried popcorn steak. Another fun blog to follow!

  8. Thanks for the love lady! This list is INSANE. So much crazy creative work! I love it, and now I have to go dream of Double Chocolate Irish Brownie Cheesecakes, excuse me.

  9. Love that I get your posts in the middle of the night when my insomnia has me up anyway; I kind if think I wake up on purpose just to read your blog. Sick but in a good way! Ha! 🙂

  10. Colorful as always.
    Your blog is one of my faves and today I thought – Half Baked Harvest can mean two things /generally/ – 1. The cook is lazy 😉 and has not done his job or 🙂 2. The harvest is so plentiful that it cannot be cooked at once!
    I think your case is the second one 🙂
    Happy Sunday!