I slightly switched up an awesome brownie recipe so that I could make them whole wheat and they are still DELICIOUS and super fudgy! Obviously, if you’re not in to the whole wheat thing, you could probably just make the original recipe. If you do that, I just suggest omitting the salt but use salted butter instead (because it’s healthier due to the preservatives in
Printable Recipe The girls from Our Best Bites have a great Garlic Bread Seasoning Recipe in their cookbook that I thought I’d share. I’ve adapted it to fill a pint jar so that I can use my Plastic Jar Lids (I recommend using a wide mouth jar so it’s easier to scoop out with a spoon). Here it is: 1 C Powdered Parmesan Cheese 1 T. +1 t.
Printable Version I love having a kefir smoothie a few mornings a week. I started drinking it a few months ago and it has completely cured my insomnia and my mind no longer races thinking about 50 things at once. Below I’ve listed a couple of links that explain some of the reasons why it may be a good choice to introduce it to your
A healthy breakfast is one of the most important things we can do for our children (and ourselves). I played around with different waffle recipes for quite some time and after many, many adjustments I was able to create a recipe that I am happy with. My kids love them so much that even a couple years later they still request waffles nearly every day.
Printable Version I found this nifty recipe in a ward cookbook that my mom gave me. I used it tonight when making cupcakes and am very pleased with it. This is going to get used over and over so I thought I’d share. 1 C flour ½ C sugar 1 tsp baking powder ½ C water Add these ingredients to any cake mix, following the mixing and
I came up with this recipe after seeing recipe after recipe of Egg Salad that called for relish. I HATE RELISH so it is NEVER in the house and I’m not about to buy it just for the one thing that I make that calls for it. So, thankfully I was able to mesh a few recipes together and the final product is pretty good.