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French Onion soup recipe Amanda's Plate, alcohol free french onion soup

Alcohol Free French Onion Soup

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I love a good soup. Especially on cool fall days. I especially love having a big batch of soup to heat up for two or three days, as things can get hectic with baby. While I am on maternity leave from my social work job, I am enjoying time with baby Hannah and more time […]

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Mango Quinoa Tabbouleh

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Mango Quinoa Tabbouleh is a modern take on a classic Lebanese salad. This flavor-packed dish makes for the perfect accompaniment to any meal. My family loves tabbouleh and it is a dish we often make together. My mom, sisters and I, would pick through bunches and bunches of parsley when making this for parties. I […]

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Amandas Plate pumpkin spice pecan muffins

Pumpkin Spice Pecan Muffins

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It’s pumpkin spice season and you either absolutely love it or you don’t. Pumpkin spice is no longer limited to pies and lattes; they now flavor cough drops with pumpkin spice. Yes, they really do exist. :D. I used this blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and ginger, to create my Pumpkin Spice Pecan Muffins!  I […]

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Butternut Squash Penne Pasta

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I love butternut squash. After living in Seattle for 5 years, and experiencing the farmer’s markets, I learned to cook seasonally. This butternut squash penne pasta dish is the perfect homage to my time there. It is really easy to make and with my roasted technique, you do not have to peel the squash!

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Salted Caramel Fig Chocolate Cake

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I love figs. They’re deliciously sweet and packed with flavor. They’re also really good for you and make a great addition to desserts. I made this salted caramel fig chocolate cake before baby Hannah came into the world, but did not have a chance to share it until now. I used mission figs from Melissa’s […]

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Butternut Squash Soup

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I don’t often admit this, but I was a picky eater as a child and young adult. For some reason, I did not like soup (I think it was the texture?). What are the foods you did not like as a kid, that you now enjoy? I’d love to hear about the transition from dislike […]

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amanda's plate peanut butter and jelly cookie recipe

Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookie Recipe

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As summer comes to an end and fall begins, so does the start of the school year. One of the most iconic and classic flavors that finds its way into lunch boxes is Peanut Butter and Jelly. My peanut Butter and Jelly Cookie Recipe is the perfect sweet treat to brighten those long days.

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amanda's plate strawberry pineapple smoothie

Easy Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie

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Over a month ago, I posted a snapchat photo of a smoothie I had made for Hussein and I and several of you had asked for the recipe! It is simple to put together and is packed with nutrients. This easy strawberry pineapple smoothie makes a great breakfast or snack!  As we settle into parenthood […]

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smooth hummus recipe by Amanda's Plate

Smooth Hummus Recipe

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I have shared a few variations of Hummus recipes on my blog. Whether it’s Avocado Hummus Tomato Basil Hummus or the ver popular Loaded Hummus Dip a good hummus recipe is a must. This smooth hummus recipe, is created with dried chickpeas, which are soaked overnight. This recipe does require some planning but it is definitely worth the effort. 

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17 Comments

  1. Hi Amanda! I saw the article about you in today’s Free Press and am writing to ask you if I can rerun one of your blog pieces in my blog, Feed the Spirit (www.feedthespirit.info). It’s part of David Crumm’s weekly e-mag, Read the Spirit (www.readthe spirit.com). I will include a brief introduction and link back to your blog. I’m looking for something for next week because I’ve been in vacation and haven’t got anything slated!

    Bobbie Lewis

  2. Hi Amanda. Now im your big fans.. in Asia. Indonesia… im watching Masterchef here. And just see your performance.. love it!

  3. Hello Amanda! I loved watching you on Masterchef and chatting with you on Twitter! I wish you all the best in your journey because I know you will go far!

  4. Love to see that you are accepted in the cooking world. I like cooking too. Maybe we can share the Malaysian cuisine.

  5. Hey Amanda!! Assalamu Alaikum! Haha
    I really enjoy ur blog and LOVE every recipe of urs! Oo and i also really luv ur instagram account! I hope you strt a YouTube channel soon! 😌🙂😘

      1. InSha Allah! I have question: im a home baker and i self taught myself to bake and decorate, i want to start doing a home business, and den in few years i want to open a bakery. Do u have some advice or suggestions?
        Thank you ☺️

  6. Hi Amanda! I wanted to know if you posted a kefta recipe on your blog? I can’t find a search option in your blog. Thanks so much !

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