If you ask my mom, there’s only one way to make cornbread and that’s in a cast iron skillet with THIS recipe. And while I find many cornbreads enjoyable (shh don’t tell mom), there really is something about this recipe that makes it my favorite.
This recipe for red velvet chocolate chip cream cheese cookies is easy. Unlike sugar cookies, there is no need to worry about how much chocolate chip cookies spread out. They’re also chewy, soft, rich, and delicious like sandwiched cheesecake, but it is not too sweet.
It’s Fall where I live, and I have three bags of frozen, homemade, pumpkin puree in my freezer. Obviously it was time to use it. I started digging through my recipe box and came upon this gem. Pumpkin AND chocolate? Count me in…
Knekkebrød, or crisp bread, is a staple food in the average Norwegian household. It is a form of flat bread, but probably resembles more of a seeded cracker. It is simply made with various (i.e. whatever you have on hand) seeds and grains, water and salt for taste. That’s it. An entire recipe of knekkebrød can be made in 30 minutes or less, including 20-25 minutes of baking time.
If you’re like me and have a little bit of a sweet tooth, but like to watch what you put into your body. These easy almond meal chocolate chip cookies are delicious, and made with good quality ingredients. They’re a great indulgence without the guilt.
What do you mean you “bake all your own bread”? And answers to other frequently asked bread baking questions
I’ve been baking all of my own bread since the beginning of 2013. What started as a little experiment has now become a point of pride that I refuse to backslide on. Whenever I mention this hobby to someone, once they’re done rolling their eyes and reminding me that one can buy loaves of bread at the supermarket, they start asking questions. Thinking of diving into baking your own bread? Here are the answers to the most frequently asked breading baking questions…
This basic cookie recipe can be adapted to create your mega dream cookie. If you want to try out a few new ideas, make the basic recipe and split it into four to make a few cookies in each flavour. Get creative and share the love — make a batch for your friends or workmates today!
I make a large batch of cookie dough every couple of months, then roll it into a long sausage and freeze it. If I’m invited somewhere, or a friend breaks up with their partner, whatever… I just cut a couple of slices and bake them and I have a warm plate of cookies with almost no effort.