Margaret Darazs
Natural Chow
Hometown:
Columbia, South Carolina
Location:
Columbia, South Carolina

About Me: I was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina. There was never a time in my life when I didn't love being in the kitchen. From an early age, I felt the need to cook, create recipes, and learn everything there was to know about food. But I also focused on cooking healthy, wholesome foods because I felt that food should always be something that would nourish you. When I'm not cooking, I'm usually playing guitar until my fingers hurt, reading book after book, or spending time with my family.

Recipes Posted by Margaret Darazs:

I’ve been playing around with gluten free baked goods a lot lately, and while it’s a little different from baking with regular wheat flour, it’s just as fun!
I created this recipe from the gluten free muffin base recipe I’ve been perfecting. To create a mocha flavor, I added a little bit of espresso powder, cocoa powder, and Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter. Together, those three ingredients add so much flavor to this basic muffin recipe.
These Gluten Free Peanut Butter Mocha Muffins are so soft, light, and indulgent! They also take less than 30 minutes to prepare, start to finish.

Perfecting a fudge recipe is tricky. There’s quite a bit of trial-and-error involved. But once you have a good recipe that you know how to make well, you’re practically set for life.
This chocolate peanut butter fudge uses only three simple (and healthy!) ingredients and is so indulgent. Peanut butter and chocolate are a flavor combination made in heaven, and this fudge is so melt-in-your-mouth delicious!
Whether you’re looking for a dessert to serve at a holiday party or just want to devour something indulgent, this 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge is sure to please!

Not only do these peanut butter panko pork chops take less than 30 minutes to make, they’re something the kids will actually eat, and it won’t break the bank. The delicious flavors of peanut butter and pork meld together so perfectly to create a healthy and super yummy dinner for the whole family.

The nutty flavors in this recipe are a nice change from your standard breaded pork chops.
I like to eat these delicious peanut butter panko pork chops with a little bit of pear butter. It tastes similar to pork chops with glazed apples, but there’s no extra work involved!

This spicy peanut tofu rice salad is full of delicious flavor. Between the nutritious greens, the fiber-rich rice, and the super-flavorful dressing, this salad is exactly what you need for a healthful and inexpensive meal.

Lentils are quickly becoming my favorite legume. I’ve been experimenting with them on all kinds of dishes. But it wasn’t until I made this vegetarian lentil “meatloaf” that I really fell in love. The lentils do a wonderful job of recreating the meaty texture we all know and love in meatloaf and the peanut butter adds a nice subtle nutty flavor.
Also topped with an irresistible peanut butter barbecue glaze, this vegetarian lentil meatloaf is sure to become a favorite in any household.

Peanut Butter Vegetarian Meatloaf with Barbecue Glaze