Have you ever wondered what to do with stale or loaves of bread that did not turnout right? Have you ever tried bread pudding? Bread pudding is an old fashioned dessert that our grandmas used to make. It was a handy way to use up those stale bits of bread and turn them into a delicious dessert.Continue reading
Kefir, how many of you enjoy this tart fermented drink. I find that adding it to smoothies is the easiest way for me to enjoy it. This drink is very refreshing and I love it.Continue reading
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Bright red cranberries on the shelves of the stores tell us that Thanksgiving and Christmas are just around the corner. These tart superfood berries are featured in many holiday dishes. Here is a delicious sourdough bread that is dotted with cranberry pieces. This bread is so delicious toasted and with just a smear of butter.Continue reading
Waffles!! our family loves them! This sourdough waffles batter can be mixed up a day or two before you want to make them. You can either ferment the batter on the counter at room temperature or it can be cold fermented. These waffles have a crispy crust and just the right flavor to be delicious. If you have excess starter or discard this recipe is the perfect way to use it up. You can either use a large waffles iron or you can use a round mini Dash Waffle iron to make these perfectly round waffles that make perfect sandwiches.Continue reading
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. We celebrate with tables laden with food. Have you ever wished for a light dessert to finish your holiday meal? Here is a Maple Walnut Angel Food Cake that is a light dessert but big in maple and walnut flavors.Continue reading
Holidays are always a special time to spend with family. Some of our family traditions have changed but one thing never has—the delicious food that is served. Each picture below has the recipe linked with it. I hope you enjoy this look into our family Thanksgiving Table.Continue reading
Thanksgiving is just around the corner! This Garlic and Herb Roasted Turkey will wow you guests with its taste and presentation. Another side bonus is, your house will smell wonderful while this is turkey is roasting. The broth from roasting the turkey makes the best gravy.Continue reading
Christmas wouldn’t be complete without candy! Here is another candy recipe to add to your favorites for this holiday season. Best of all–it’s sugar, dairy, and gluten-free! Coconut Cream Truffles are delicious, creamy with the just the right burst of coconut flavor. You even have the option of coating them 3 different ways. My favorite coating for these truffles is dark chocolate. There is something about dark chocolate and coconut that I love!Continue reading
Have you ever looked at Chocolate Truffles in a candy store and wished they would be sugar free so you could eat them? Now you can! These Raspberry Truffles are smooth, creamy, and have just the right burst of raspberry flavor. Best of all, they are sugar-free. And if you don’t have time, you don’t even have to dip them in chocolate. The creamy centers are so delicious eaten right out of the fridge.Continue reading