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I only ever consider a day my “alone time” if my cellphone doesn’t buzz with calls regarding my work. And that only ever happens during a holiday. However, this week, I was able to get two days off and I was truly happy! I woke up really late and spent all morning lounging in bed. I walked around the house with my pajamas and my disheveled hair. And I watched TV all day long. The only thing I have ever spent effort to during my alone time was to bake these really delicious basil crackers.
I found this recipe a long time ago, but it was only a few days ago when I was able to try it. It’s a bit easier to make than most breads and it smelled so good too! You can buy this at the store, but nothing could compare to homemade crackers, believe me. Just the smell alone was different. This smelled so good most especially while they were baking. When I took them out of the oven, the whole house was filled with their aroma. It relaxed me a bit too. I spent the next free day munching on these beauties and I have no regrets! Check out the recipe on the next page!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Confessions of a Confectionista.
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