My first try making crepes and they turned out light and yet firm enough to wrap fresh summer fruit in the middle. The crepes have a nice hint of lemon from the lemon powder rather than lemon juice. Lemon juice would thin the batter too much and may curdle the milk. Hubby loved the special Sunday breakfast so much, he wants it for dinner too! Time to pick more berries, that is for sure!
My mom had a nifty yogurt maker with little bitty cups. Now we eat pints of yogurt and I cook East Indian food with it as well as use it in baked goods. Those little cups weren't my choice. This way makes a good amount of yogurt simply. Of course add your own fruit or sweetener. Best part you know what went into your yogurt with no fillers! Read More About Making Yogurt at Home!
Summertime one gets creative with Zucchini. This is an excellent way to add that to a summer breakfast remake on hash browns. A much lighter and flavorful version than one with just starchy potatoes.
This recipe has been a family favorite adapted from the Fanny Farmer Baking Book ©1984. I had to spring this on my family as it sounds pretty unusual for a cookie. I've updated it for less sugar and healthier option for the fat content.
This delicious soup was introduced to us in Thailand. Super nutricious and tasty. My choice for a rainy day lunch. Don't worry, it isn't authentic, but very tasty.
This is my family's official "cookie" recipe. Something on a card that has been made for decades. I have made a few changes such as the sub for coconut oil for shortening and changed out the raisins and walnuts for more of an assortment. These cookies have sustained us on long trips and excursions.
I found my love for Panettone while living in Portugal. They would import it from Italy. I love the raisins and the orangey essence. Here is my take for the bread machine of this lovely Christmasy bread. Plan on enjoying a warm buttered slice with a cup of your favorite hot brown liquid!
A long time family favorite from the Moosewood Cookbook by Mollie Katzen. I've added the smoked salt in lieu of regular salt for an extra layer of flavor. Great summer dish or take on a picnic treat!
Hungry and need an eye opener? Try a veggie Omelet with some Gator Holler mixed in. Something about a good Cajun seasoning lends itself to egg dishes.