Tag: Quick Breads

CRANBERRY NUT BREAD

Cranberries. One of the misunderstand fruits of winter. There is an underlining, often unspoken rule of recipe creating; sweet, sour, salty, acidic and textured things mixed together, make for the most remembered dishes. Add to that, health benefits, and you’ve got the perfect one bite wonder! Cranberries, being quite sour, […]

CHOCOLATE NAUGHTY MUFFINS

What would you say if I told you, you could have ‘naughty’ and healthy all at the same time… Yep! That’s exactly what I thought!! Deep, dark, rich, earthy, healthy antioxidant raw cacao, sweetened with dates and molasses , fattened up with almond flour and a few eggs to hold […]

PEPPER BACON CORNBREAD

I created this delicious cornbread recipe to go in my Halloween Skull Mold but they are so darn delicious you will want to make these all year, in a muffin tin, loaf pan or sheet tray. These will be served on Halloween night for our family, with a huge cauldron […]

HEALTHY QUICK BREAD

I am both a tea drinker and a coffee drinker! Green tea helps me think, while the coffee helps me to move into action and accomplish what I thought about! When I was in my twenties, I could drink either tea or coffee on an empty stomach without my tummy fighting […]

SPELT CRACKERS

Why Spelt?  Sometimes I like to diverge from the mundane ingredients in my pantry and splurge! This ancient whole grain flour, rich in calcium, magnesium, iron, and manganese, as well as flavor, was just the detour I was looking for. Since spelt flour is not processed in the way so […]

ZUCCHINI BREAD

Doesn’t everyone have a favorite recipe for a Zucchini Bread? Well, here is mine. And yes, I will boast that mine is probably healthier than the recipe you’ve got tucked away somewhere. Tastier too! Rapeseed Oil, and Kefir are my two magical ingredients. Let’s chat a bit about those two. […]

POLENTA MUFFINS

  A lazy week-end brunch in August. I can think of nothing I enjoy more than a European Brunch: Breads, Fruits, Tea or Coffee. Since it is late in August, corn is quite abundant here on the east coast. Some of the best polenta I have ever made, was made […]