I found this delicious recipe tucked inside a book that I purchased from a second-hand bookstore. This recipe is one of the most valuable treasures I have discovered. I have other treasures that were hiding in old books, including pressed leaves, postcards, addresses, funeral announcements, and antique bookmarks. When I find ... Continue Reading
One zucchini can provide an entire day of fun for you and a friend. Harvest is a time for trying new recipes and sharing old ones. Recently, my daughter and I chose to spend a day adapting already well-loved zucchini recipes. She prefers oat flour in all her baking. I often use spelt flour mixed with wheat flour. One awesome zuc... Continue Reading
Make this recipe gluten free by using gluten free oat products. Dry Ingredients: 2 cups oat flour (or all-purpose flour) ¼ cup of brown sugar 1 tablespoon of baking powder 1 teaspoon of salt ½ teaspoon of cinnamon 2 cups of quick oats (not instant) Wet Ingredients: 2 cups of milk 2 large eggs ¼ cup of vege... Continue Reading
Preheat oven to 350°F Crispy tiny toast cups are delicious with almost any filling and can be made from your choice of bread (even gluten free). Children and adults will enjoy creating new taste combinations. To Make Toast Cups: Select sandwich style loaves of bread. Each slice of bread will provide you with four t... Continue Reading
Cranberry Cornbread In my recipe collection, there are several variations on cornbread. Cornbread can include jalapeño peppers, spices, or various fruits. It can be baked as a cake, a loaf, or muffins. As a child, I enjoyed eating cornbread drenched in maple syrup at breakfast or topped with generous chunks of cheddar cheese ... Continue Reading
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