Hands down, my favorite breakfast food is a warm, fresh scone. Carbs and butter – what can I say? Don’t let the high price of butter make this hard to swallow. Trust me, these go down just fine.
When my dear friend gave me apples from her tree and I stumbled upon Naïve Cook Cooks’ recipe for apple scones, I knew what needed to grace my breakfast table. Using an adaptation of her recipe, I came up with these beauties. Continue reading →
This is a cookie I can feel good about!
Well, truth be told, I’m not sure there is a cookie I can’t feel good about. Unless they have walnuts or pecans in them. Walnuts and pecans do bad things to me. Feel free to add them to yours, but don’t invite me over.
Anyway, back to the good cookies…
Not only do these cookies taste delish, but they are chock full of healthy, filling ingredients like coconut, oatmeal, whole grain flours, and Craisins. Continue reading →
When my family and I spotted a small patch of wild raspberries growing near the side of the road on public property, we made sure to go back to the area as soon as possible to pick what we could.
We ended up with about a half to three-quarters of a cup of small raspberries so I thought that the perfect use for them would be in a batch of homemade muffins. Judging by how quickly they were devoured, I would say it was a good idea.
Now I’d like to share the recipe with you. Continue reading →
A few years ago, I came across this recipe – Tasty Kitchen’s Liquid Gold (Pancake Syrup). You can click on the red text to read the original recipe.
I’ve adapted the original several times over the years until I have, in my opinion, perfected this recipe.
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This syrup is so full of buttery goodness that we don’t use any additional butter on our pancakes, waffles, scones, or muffins! Continue reading →