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5 ingredient Egg Free Cookies Bars

This recipe for S’mores Bars is one that I make all the time. It’s so easy and so delicious you’re family will love ’em! (And you’ll be trying to keep your fingers off of your 6th (8th?) one. Try it with some of my favorite combos such as White chocolate and macadamias, mini marshmallows and butterscotch chips, dried blueberries and coconut, raisins and milk chocolate! Continue reading 5 ingredient Egg Free Cookies Bars

Classic Dark Chocolate Cake

Classic Dark Chocolate Cake

Ditch the box and try this recipe for homemade Classic Dark Chocolate Cake from scratch! It’s made rich and moist with a cup of strong coffee which gives it an unexpected depth of flavor. For this recipe I’m making cupcakes, but you can easily adjust the baking times to whichever pan you prefer. If you need a frosting idea…try this deliciously sweet Coconut Frosting below! Continue reading Classic Dark Chocolate Cake

Big Game Round Steaks

Big Game Round Steaks

Big Game Round Steak is a great way to turn a tough, gamey roast, or even a half decent roast into a deliciously tasty meal! Using ingredients you probably already have in your home you can even make this recipe in the crockpot or convert it to be gluten-free! Aaaand if you don’t have game, thats okay! Just use beef! Serve over mashed potatoes to soak up all those rich meaty juices!
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Rustic Fruit Tart

I’ve been making Rustic Fruit Tart for eons. Or as much as a 25 year old could have baked in their life. It’s the perfect palette for whatever fruit is in season, your fridge, or your freezer. This one was rhubarb, peach and cranberries. The cranberries were just a hint, enough to add a zing. I find it much easier than a dish pie to make and it’s great for a casual dessert, yet has a rustic greatness that you could put on any fancy plate to dress it up. No plate needed! So take it to a summer BBQ and share it around! I hope you enjoy it, because it’s a family favourite! Continue reading Rustic Fruit Tart

Korean Venison

Korean Style Venison

Korean Style Venison is a twist on a recipe I found at The Elliott Homestead. I’m not sure it gets easier than this for a ridiculously tasty dinner? Six ingredients and ready in 15 minutes plus cooked rice! You could use canned stew meat or canned ground meat, and any other thawed or fresh ground meat other than venison. We ate it with local sugar snap peas that were delish!
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