It’s a great vegetarian or vegan dish packed with protein and the tasty crunch of fresh veggies.
The other day, as I was shifting items around in my freezer, I came across a Ziploc bag of strawberries that I’d frozen and forgotten about, and I thought of doing a bit of a Frankenstein recipe.
So last night, I randomly read that February 23 is National Banana Bread Day.
And if you’re wondering why I named them disappearing—you’ll see why, once your family and friends descend on these bad boys!
Reminiscent of those weekends as a child, while packing a nutritional boost of iron and fiber—not to mention they are very easy to make and are also ready in minutes!
Sheesh. It seems as though I just add chocolate chips to everything, right? Well, heads up, I won’t be stopping anytime soon!
These cookies will make you want to stop searching for the perfect recipe, ’cause guys, this is it.
I leaped out of bed one Saturday morning with a deep craving for pancakes. I took a quick look around, and seeing the hubby and kids still fast asleep, tiptoed to the kitchen, excited to get a head start on breakfast.
The best part is, they don’t taste the difference between this and real ice cream, while I sit back and feel like a boss.
Making a cherry compote was also a really fun and easy way to create something new from all those cherries. I use it on pancakes, in oatmeal, on toast, or just eat it out of the jar! There’s really no wrong way to enjoy cherry compote.
The striations of blueberry which run throughout each muffin lend each bite a pop of fruity flavor, almost negating the need for sugar. Well, almost.
Challah is a braided bread, eaten by Jewish families on the Sabbath and other special holidays.
Those afraid of trying Indian food for fear the myths of spicy heartburn and a bloated belly might be true (they are—but that’s half the fun!) can dip a toe into Indian gastronomy by sampling a delicious and relatively safe samosa.