It’s strawberry rhubarb season! If you know me in real life, you know I’m a huge fan of strawberry season. I’m one of those serious types at the u-pick berry farms – head down, getting as much as I can before I get too itchy from the hay or too hot from the sun beating […]
If you’ve read my blog, you know that applesauce is an important part of many of my dairy-free recipes. I rely on it for baked goods, pancakes, and as a delicious snack. Making homemade applesauce has become a lot easier for me since I got a stand mixer attachment that can peel, core, and slice […]
We’re at the tail end of strawberry season, and I just got a haul. My mom and I went out to Barthel Fruit Farm and picked 2 flats of strawberries. I’m not sure how many pounds, but it was enough to freeze a gallon of strawberries, make 8 jars of jam, 8 jars of preserves, […]
Sometimes, small tweaks can revive an old recipe. In this case, I turned a recipe I made last summer into a slightly different recipe featuring a couple different baking ingredients. With this new year, I give you a facelift of a previous recipe: vegan cranberry pecan chocolate chip muffins.
At holidays when I was growing up, my mom would make a recipe called Cherries in the Snow. The recipe involved angel food cake, cream cheese, whipped cream – basically, a lot of things that I can’t eat. I decided to take her recipe and revise it, using some of the canned strawberry pie filling […]
The first time my mom ever bought me crumpets, I’m pretty sure I was going through an anglophile phase, which I’m pretty sure was brought on by the Spice Girls and that British shop in Door County we visited every year. I got candy there that was so sweet, it should have been illegal.
Earlier last year, I posted to Immaculate Baking to let them know that I love their products and that I’ve used their crescent rolls to make a few different dishes (including Vegan Wellingtons and these yummy dessert wraps). They were so pleased to hear that they sent me a book of coupons, which allowed me […]
To make up for the decadence of my last recipe (14 tablespoons of butter, who was I kidding?) here’s a “healthy” muffin recipe with lots of wheat flour, flaxseed meal, and if you want, chocolate chips. Let’s not go overboard with the health, it’s not quite time for resolutions.
This was one of those blog posts that I thought I had already written a long time ago, and then when I realized I didn’t, I had to rectify it immediately.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and chances are, you’ve been tasked with making something for whatever kind of get-together you’re attending. I always jump to make pies because they’re so delicious and fun to make. Since we still have many (many!) picked apples in our fridge, I decided to make an apple pie. I […]