Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Follow Me on Facebook + my new blog!

Hi friends!

My blog has moved to www.joannasteven.com. Please update your bookmarks for more awesome recipes and giveaways!

Also, please join me on my Facebook Fan Page (https://www.facebook.com/JoannaSteven), and once there, don't forget to download the document for 2 recipes, one for raw chocolate macaroons, and one for raw chocolate cinnamon ice-cream! I am also on Twitter at @nettle_juice.

Pictures below to tempt you... These are amazingly yummy, and the macaroons taste just like those Hail Merry macaroons that cost $4/bag :-)

 Chocolate Cinnamon Ice Cream

 Chocolate Macaroons

Joanna.

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