Monday, April 27, 2015

Maple Walnut Biscotti {SRC}


Today is the day for The Secret Recipe Club.  This month I was assigned Bewitching Kitchen written by Sally.  Sally was born and raised in Brazil.  She currently resides in Manhattan.  She goes by Julia Child's advice "Everything in moderation, including moderation".  She loves to exercise, jog and play golf.  I really liked how at the end of every post, Sally gives her honest opinion about how she felt about the recipe.  She has a huge collection of recipes on her blog.  So big that narrowing it down to one recipe was hard.  Her recipe collection includes a number of Brazilian recipes that I hope to try soon.  While I was browsing Sally's blog, my husband mentioned if I could make biscotti so away I went to search on Sally's blog.  I came across her recipe for Maple Walnut Biscotti.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Whole Wheat Apple Muffins with Oat Cinnamon Streusel #GayLeaMom {Giveaway}


My eldest son loves to have muffins for breakfast and I love to try different muffins to bake.  I find a lot of muffin recipes really are just cake.  They are made with all-purpose flour and have lots of sugar.  When making muffins I try to make them healthier by using whole wheat flour and reducing the sugar.  So my muffins are slightly sweet and more wholesome.  For these muffins I topped them with an Oat Cinnamon Streusel that I made with Gay Lea Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadables.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Mango


I had told you about this Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Mango a long time ago promising to share the recipe for it.  Time just flew by and only recently did I realize that I hadn't shared the recipe.  This was a delicious dessert I made using Grace Organic Coconut Milk.  The picture doesn't do it justice.  I found this a very difficult dessert to make look as good as it tastes.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

American-Style Pancakes {Ricardo Cuisine}


I've always been a big fan of cooking shows.  Not the competition shows but the ones where they teach you to cook.  One of the shows I used to watch on FoodTV was Ricardo and Friends.  It's been a long time since I've watched this show so I was happy to find out that Ricardo now has a website called Ricardo Cuisine where he shares recipes and lots of tips for cooking.  He also has a magazine that has been a huge hit in Quebec and is now available in English.


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