Homemade Granola is so easy to make and once you know the basic ratios you can custom make your own blends. Eat it with milk or use it to top yogurt or desserts.
Every month the Crazy Ingredient Challenge Bloggers choose two ingredients that may not normally be paired together and make a recipe from them. This month we chose Spinach and Blueberries. I could have gone with a salad or a smoothie, but I like to push the envelope a bit with the CIC. So, I came… Continue reading Mutant Muffins: Lemon Blueberry Muffins with Spinach #CIC
I have the perfect recipe for junior detectives: Nate the Great's Pancakes. The very same pancakes made by Nate the Great during the solving of all his mysteries. Today I am posting a two for one Nate the Great fest. Over on Munofore I have a bunch of fun activities for aspiring young detectives.… Continue reading Kids Can Cook: Nate the Great’s Pancakes plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party
Have you ever heard of Yeasted Waffles? Sometimes they are called Raised Waffles or Overnight Waffles. They are crispy on the outside and so fluffly and airy on the inside you might not go back to baking soda waffles again. I was looking for another recipe when I stumbled on this one in my Cook's… Continue reading Yeasted Waffles (Raised Waffles) plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party
Easter is nearly here and that means it is time to start thinking about your menu. The Easter weekend gives us plenty of opportunities for feasting whether it’s appetizers before the big Easter Sunday meal or family brunches during the weekend. Several bloggers have gotten together to bring you our Favorite Easter Recipes. From delicious… Continue reading 24 Favorite Easter Recipes Round Up
I wanted to make muffins for the family of a friend undergoing surgery. I thought they would be a great quick and easy breakfast for the kids (and husband) while she was laid up. Of course they had to be chocolate, so to add a bit more nutrition and moisture and color, I added ... … Continue reading Double Chocolate Muffins with Beets plus Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party
Cream Cheese Filled King Cake - Celebrate Mardi Gras with this rich version of the classic New Orleans cake with a sweetened cream cheese filling. cajun food, creole food
In case you still need some good luck this year, may I suggest making some Crepes on February 2 with a piece of gold in hand for La Chandeleur, aka Crepe Day, aka Candlemas. February 2nd is a celebration of the presentation of the child Jesus in the Christian faith. It is celebrated differently in… Continue reading Crepes for La Chandeleur (Crepe Day)