I have a really cool bread machine, and I’ve been experimenting with cakes in it lately. Not because it’s any faster, but with two toddlers, it’s a little more convenient. I can toss the ingredients in and walk away. Come back two hours later and there’s cake. So, I decided to try this Yummy Scrummy […]
The King Arthur Flour Giveaway is almost at an end (Sunday, Nov. 18, is the last day to enter).Today I’m sharing the Fall picnic prize pack, complete with the absolutely awesome Hamburger Bun/Mini Pie Pan.
I love biscuits, so when VeganMoFo rolls around, I have to find a way to make my favorite buttermilk biscuits, vegan style. This year, I’ve been using a lot of coconut milk and coconut oil.
I think the biggest bits of technology, recently, that I’ve purchased or been given for my family to boost our healthy eating are our grain mill and bread machine.
Today’s This Week’s Cravings theme is SUMMER BERRY RECIPES and I’m sharing Blueberry Quinoa Scones. The Results Wow! These are delicious. The kids had theirs with honey. Please Grab Our Button <img border=”0″ src=”http://i1112.photobucket.com/albums/k498/Hudgens6/Buttons/ThisWeeksCravingsButton.jpg”/> My This Week’s Cravings co-hostesses are: Tina at Moms Crazy Cooking and Nicole at The Daily Dish. As hostesses, we will […]
I’ve been using various yeasts through the years and, after using my sample of Red Star Yeast, I think I’ll be sticking with it in the future. I absolutely love how easy it is to use and how well it rises. Fantastic.
I’m so excited about the bonus protein my mostly vegetarian family will get from bean flours. Please go check out my Chocolate Black Bean Zucchini Cupcakes over at WonderMill.
I’m back at it, Whole Fodifying one of my childhood favorites, Zucchini Brownies. How can it not be good to have kids scarf down zucchini-filled gooey chocolatey morsels?
You have until 12:01 a.m. Monday, May 21 to enter to win these KitchenAid Grain Mill (KGM) and Pasta Press (KPEXTA) attachments. Good luck to everyone!
**Congratulations to the USA Pan Winners!** When we lived in Colorado (age 3 to 5 for me), we had an amazing garden and an equally amazing next-door neighbor named Darla. She had several delicious zucchini recipes with my mom that we still make today. When I first decided to make my own zucchini bread, I […]