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.
The Polar Vortex is definitely moving back in. Well, technically, I guess it never left. That weird fog in the summer was a result of our lingering frosty friend.
I know I just posted a pancake recipe, but these were so delicious, I had to share them. We had some very ripe bananas at home, and there was a tie between banana bread and pancakes for breakfast, so I figured, why not make banana bread pancakes?
Before processing the 25 pounds of peaches a couple weekends ago, we set a few aside to make some peach pancakes. This recipe follows the same structure and instructions as the Banana Granola Pancakes, but I substituted light coconut milk for soymilk as I felt it would complement the peaches better – almost a peaches […]
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 […]
This post is almost like a non-post because of how easy it is to make peanut butter. However, now that I have the basics down, I’m inspired to try different kinds of nuts and different ingredients to make exciting new flavors, and you can’t get to that point without getting the hang of the basics.
Strawberry season is probably my favorite time of year, because I have no idea how anyone can get sick of strawberries. They’re delicious and versatile and a lot of fun to preserve.
It’s strawberry season in Wisconsin! It arrived a little late this year, but the time has finally come to pick berries and put them in everything imaginable.
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.
Following up the first two easy posts is this super simple recipe for a delicious vegan Alfredo sauce, and it is non-vegan approved. It’s so easy and uses nutritional yeast (or nooch as I’ve seen it called) which gives it its cheesy flavor. It’s the first time I’ve cooked with nooch and I’m planning on […]