my bread baking skills are getting increasingly better since I’ve been feeding a sourdough starter over the past few weeks. so much so, that I’m reviewing multiple bread recipes (that don’t need a sourdough starter) just for an excuse to bake bread! 😉 and so I came across a whole grain recipe from artisan bread … More whole grain artisan bread
so I’ve recently been feeding a sourdough starter in order to start making some sourdough bread more regularly. and luckily King Arthur Flour has a great sourdough pizza crust recipe for the “discarded starter” that you would normally throw away after a daily or weekly feeding (yeah! less waste!). so for those of you who … More sourdough pizza crust
I’ve been on a Mexican-food kick for the past few days, and I had to share a very quick recipe for vegan bean and corn tacos. Here’s the recipe – let me know what you think! 😀 vegan bean & corn tacos ingredients: 15.5 oz can black beans 1/2 cup of canned corn 2 small … More vegan bean and corn tacos
so I had a granola craving and I found this great recipe from bon appetit, “nothing but clusters granola” and decided to give it a try. glad I did because it’s absolutely delish. and I only made minor tweaks to the recipe (just based on what I had available and my own personal preferences) but … More easy granola
so, I just got back from the U.S. Virgin Islands where I got to spend Mother’s Day weekend (yeah!). and I baked this apple 🍏 tart (with my mom) for Mother’s Day dinner with my family (it’s perfect for any celebration or any day!). it’s a recipe that I hope you will enjoy immensely – so please share if … More apple tart.
so I’ve done an Easter Brunch menu but I feel like an afternoon Easter tea party would be just as enjoyable. this sample menu includes a variety of seasonal spring produce* which would be perfect before an Easter egg 🥚 hunt. 😀 tell me what you think! happy Easter! Easter tea menu savory avocado salad lettuce wraps via morningstar … More Easter tea party.
I’m revisiting my eat-in-color series with a day of orange eats! orange-hued foods like sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, squash, cantaloupe and oranges (just to name a few) are full of antioxidants and can help fight off infection and support healthy skin and hair* – and who doesn’t have time for that. 😀 so here’s a day of … More orange you lovely…
here’s a meatless game day menu that will make everyone happy (even your favorite carnivores!) – which recipes will you try? savor bibb salad with radishes via martha stewart vegan lentil walnut burgers via vegan richa plantain chips via the SugarApple (yours truly 🙂 ) sweet ultimate unbaked raw vegan chocolate brownies via chocolate covered katie … More game time, snack time.
spring is finally here and it’s time to fully enjoy the best of spring produce! I’m sharing a perfect day of spring eats and recipes. tell me what you think. 😉 a day of spring eats breakfast: strawberries (blend them into a green smoothie or just eat them raw) lunch: spring pea pasta w/asparagus via chocolate … More wednesday wish list: spring eats
here is a great brownie recipe I recently made for a crowd of friends: Ina Garten’s outrageous brownies. they are absolutely delicious. and with Valentine’s Day coming up, you may want to just half the recipe and then enjoy a few with your sweetie and freeze the rest for another day. I made slight modifications to … More ina garten’s outrageous brownies – justifiably delish