Association of Food Bloggers: Recipe Feature

Another blogger reached out to tell us how inspirational it was to see us continue to post well into our fifth year of blogging. (We started H&F in August 2012.) When we started as a personal blog, we had no idea where we’d end up, but we’ve probably excelled more in the Hungry part of Hungry & Fit. Sure, you might have seen Hungry’s personal trainer showcase for an international publication, but who knew people loved our cooking (or baking) more than our training?!?

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Well, Fit was recently featured again for one of her amazing baking recipes. Hungry makes sure to taste test the whole batch every time (Fit rolls her eyes) and can assure you that they taste as good as they look! While November seems to be the official national peanut butter month… March is apparently national peanut month. (And with that being said, a Google search showed that January hosts national peanut butter day… strange world.)

You might have seen our post on the blog for Mary Kate’s Peanut Butter Cookies, but if you weren’t sure if you were going to like them, here’s the validation you’re looking for! The Association of Food Bloggers highlighted 19 of their favorite recipes using peanuts and these cookies are on the list. Now you know what you’re going to have for dessert tonight and for breakfast tomorrow morning. 

And now that we think about it, somehow the names Hungry & Fit were given to us… but Fit has been featured countless times for food and the opposite for Hungry. Maybe someone got the names wrong? But really, we are BOTH Hungry AND Fit. Who knows, all we know is that eating right and treating yourself to something healthy and delicious is key to staying happy, hungry, and fit!

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  1. susanmsprague

    March 31, 2017 at 10:57 am

    I love this recipe … we make it here at the Retreat House, except we make it in much bigger quantities! It’s a big hit because it is gluten-free (besides being yummy!). I usually add some ginger – ‘coz I add ginger to everything (“ginger is the new garlic”) and vanilla ‘coz who doesn’t like vanilla? I also add the sugar to the peanut butter and then mix – letting the slightly abrasive quality of the sugar make the batter smooth before adding eggs. These are mere details tho, thanks for the recipe and the blog and congrats on the honour!

    • hungryandfit

      April 4, 2017 at 8:47 pm

      Thank you so much!!