Grass fed bones (beef, chicken, pork, any bones work, the bones with more bone marrow or knuckles that contain joints are the better bones to use)
Water (enough to fill up the crockpot after you add all your ingredients (that way you don't over pour)
Apple cider vinegar
^I mix it up with what veggies/herbs to add each time
1. Add the bones, veggies, herbs, apple cider vinegar first them fill the crock pot up with water.
2. Turn crockpot on low for at least 10 hours. The longer in the crockpot the more nutrients you will extract and have a heartier bone broth. I cook my batches up to 24 hours sometimes--THE LONGER THE BETTER.
3. Let liquid cool enough so that you can handle it. Strain with a cheese cloth or mesh strainer. Separate into mason jars so you can use as you go!
Now this is not the healthiest cake out there since I did use sugar and flour in the recipe but it is a damn good cake. It is all from scratch and delicious!
It was my sister's birthday yesterday and she has been obsessing with tiramisu lately so I thought, why not try to make it? Now I couldn't come up with this whole recipe on my own since I have never attempted anything like this so I usually go straight to Pinterest and look through recipes and see one I like. I will add the links in from where I got the recipes.
Now if you love tiramisu you will definitely love this.
Tiramisu has coffee-soaked ladyfingers, a mascarpone cream filling, cocoa powder dust with tons of layers and chocolate shavings on top.
I homemade the ladyfingers because I COULD NOT find them ANYWHERE!
Original recipe HERE. Thank you Tastebook!
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