I love the look of a free form artisan loaf of bread, but I found it tedious to bake enough loaves in a home oven at one time to feed our crew. So I changed my recipe around to bake it in a loaf pan and create a Sourdough Sandwich Bread! This way I can bake 6 loaves of sourdough bread at once and it’s a much more efficient use of my time! Continue reading Sourdough Sandwich Bread
Cocoa Almonds are a simple and tasty real food snack made with natural sweetener. Your family will gobble them up! As with most recipes that become staples in our house, I found the recipe for Cocoa Almonds in a cookbook… But then I decided there were unnecessary steps and ingredients in the recipe. I knew I could streamline it to make simpler. Because the only way real food happens daily in our house is if it’s simple! This recipe is equally if not more so amazing if you want to splurge and substitute hazelnuts for the almonds! Continue reading Cocoa Almonds
If you haven’t read Sharing my Cookbooks Part 1, you can go do that now or after, I’ll leave it up to you… Its hard to pick favourites…I just can’t do it! So I’m going to share what’s presently on … Continue reading Sharing My Cookbooks Part 2
I feel as though I’ve been searching for the perfect Sourdough Boule recipe since starting with sourdough baking two years ago. I’ve finally perfected my recipe for a rustic artisan loaf of bread using unbleached white flour and baked in a dutch oven. Continue reading Basic Sourdough Boule
You’ve got sourdough questions and I’ve got your answers. If you’re ready to dive deep into sourdough bread baking you have to start at Sourdough 101. Continue reading Sourdough 101
Growing up, Big Dutch Babies (also called a German Pancake) were a Christmas morning treat. They’re full of healthy fats and eggs and reheat very well. We enjoy it with maple syrup, but my sister likes to warm applesauce and honey together to serve on hers.
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My Mama makes terrific Oatmeal Pancakes! These are the most stick to your ribs ones we’ve ever had. They’re also easily customizable to gluten free by using gluten-free oats and a gluten-free flour blend or buckwheat flour. We love them with buckwheat flour! Continue reading Karen’s Oatmeal Pancakes
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
I love me some no-knead bread. An Stecca, a No-Knead Artisan Baguette is no exception! It’s a simple bread to bake with loads of topping options to customize it for your meal. Continue reading Stecca, a No-Knead Artisan Baguette
Last week on Instagram I decided to take pictures with step-by-step instructions of how to make One Hour Cinnamon Rolls. This was the first time I was making this recipe and I thought it’d be fun to keep everyone updated as I went. They were such a hit that I knew they needed to be shared on the blog! Continue reading One (ish) Hours Cinnamon Rolls
Overnight Cinnamon Twists come together in a flash and can be refrigerated until you’re ready to bake them in the morning. Continue reading Overnight Cinnamon Twists
Overnight Cinnamon Twists are a family favourite, but once I started playing around with sourdough, I KNEW I needed to convert them into a sourdough recipe! I hope your family loves them as much as we do!
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