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A Recipe For Aperture: Mini Banoffee Pies - A friend visiting from England made this and it was fantastic!

A Recipe For Aperture: Mini Banoffee Pies - A friend visiting from England made this and it was fantastic!

No-Bake Energy Bites -- quick and easy to make, naturally sweetened with honey, and SO delicious! Perfect for a quick breakfast, snack, or even a healthy dessert. Gluten-free / Vegan. | gimmesomeoven.com

No-Bake Energy Bites -- quick and easy to make, naturally sweetened with honey, and SO delicious! Perfect for a quick breakfast, snack, or even a healthy dessert. Gluten-free / Vegan. | gimmesomeoven.com

These are The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies and require no chilling and keep their shape!  Won first place in a blind taste and texture test!

These are The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies and require no chilling and keep their shape! Won first place in a blind taste and texture test!

Baby Girl Name: Lucia (lu-see-uh). Meaning: Bringer of Light. Origin: French; English, Latin; Swedish; Dutch; Portuguese; Italian (lu-chia). http://www.pinterest.com/vintagedaydream/baby-names/

Baby Girl Name: Lucia (lu-see-uh). Meaning: Bringer of Light. Origin: French; English, Latin; Swedish; Dutch; Portuguese; Italian (lu-chia). http://www.pinterest.com/vintagedaydream/baby-names/

Lucifer The Bringer of Light The Light Bearer.→ There was a passage in the Old Testament book of Isiah 14:12 which prophesied the overthrow of Babylon's king, stating: 'How are you fallen from heaven, day star, son of the dawn!' As is made clear by the term 'son of the dawn', the Isaiah reference was to the King of Babylon, but astronomically the 'day star' or 'morning star' is Venus, which appears in the sky before sunrise. In Latin, Venus 'the light-bringer' was referred to as the lux-fer…

Lucifer The Bringer of Light The Light Bearer.→ There was a passage in the Old Testament book of Isiah 14:12 which prophesied the overthrow of Babylon's king, stating: 'How are you fallen from heaven, day star, son of the dawn!' As is made clear by the term 'son of the dawn', the Isaiah reference was to the King of Babylon, but astronomically the 'day star' or 'morning star' is Venus, which appears in the sky before sunrise. In Latin, Venus 'the light-bringer' was referred to as the lux-fer…