As you can see I’ve been a big time slacker about blogging lately! I’ve been cooking a bunch, I just haven’t stopped to photograph or write up anything I’ve made. Most of my cataloging has been done on Pinterest. I’ve been testing out a lot of other people’s recipes and filing them onto my I’ve Made This board. I talk about any changes Continue reading →
Just because my camera has been on the fritz for the last few weeks doesn’t mean I haven’t been cooking up a storm. As a matter of fact, I have been trying lots of new recipes. Mostly those found on my pinterest board under “To make (food)”. Once I make it, I move it over to my other board, brilliantly titled, “I’ve made this“, and I give my thoughts and any substitutions I’ve made.
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Every night, after dinner, I get the same question from my five year old, “what’s for dessert mom?”. Occasionally I get by with handing out an apple…but it’s clearly a second or third place choice. First place is always ice cream. I make a lot of banana ice cream. Continue reading →
It really doesn’t get much easier than one pot cooking. This was probably one of the most low maintenance dinners I’ve made in a while. You basically just chop up everything and let it simmer, that’s it!
This is like a really hearty soup. It’s really good Continue reading →
I know what you are thinking, a chocolate cake made of beets, carrots, fruits and dates, no thank you! I, too, was very skeptical about this recipe. Even as it came out of the oven I wasn’t sold on it. It wasn’t until after it cooled down and was topped with the delicious icing that I started to get excited about this cake! Continue reading →
I love this dessert. This is what I eat almost every night. It’s healthy, delicious and filling. I call it healthy apple pie without the crust. I don’t add any sugar and it’s perfectly sweet enough. If you feel like it needs sweetening, a teaspoon of maple syrup should be all you need.
And on an editorial note, my camera is broken… Continue reading →