You’ve just started your blackberry jam and you open the cupboard to discover you’ve run out of pectin. The stores are closed, the kids are in bed, you’ve already taken off your bra – no way you’re going to the store! No worries, grab a few apples and you can finish that tasty batch of blackberry jam with this shredded apple pectin replacement. Continue reading “Substitute for Pectin: Blackberry Jam with Shredded Apple”
Are you growing or foraging mulberries and need a great mulberry jam recipe? Well, here you go! This mulberry jam recipe mixes fresh mulberries with dark cherries (or any berry you have on hand) for a rich flavor and unique splash on your morning toast.
Every summer my kitchen turns into a canning kitchen. I have five children. It’s become an imperative to learn how to keep my kids safe in the mess of my seasonal canning kitchen. Join me for these three simple tips to keep your own kids safe in the canning kitchen each year.
Are you trying to kick the coffee habit but are still hankering for those iced mochas this time of year? Here’s the perfect combination of cocoa, dandelion and cream that will give you all the flavor and none of the drawbacks of a traditional milkshake recipe. PLUS we include a few magical ingredients that make this chocolate dandelion milkshake recipe more like medicine than dessert. Continue reading “Chocolate Dandelion Milkshake Recipe”
Are you in love with dandelions this time of year just like me? Use some of your foraged dandelion stash to make this dandelion candy with wholesome honey, lemon and herbs.
Do you like the idea of making cheese at home but are a bit intimidated to start? Try this easy homemade cheese: maple yogurt cheese. Using homemade or store bought yogurt, you can enjoy homemade cheese today! Continue reading “Easy Homemade Cheese: Maple Yogurt Cheese”
Need some suggestions for quick Paleo snacks? With five kids in this house, we need healthy snacks all day long! Here’s my go-to list of Paleo snacks, including a new favorite – Paleo pizzelle cookies!
Christmas Breads are a favorite holiday fare in nearly every culture, and we love them all from stollen to panettone! However, our favorite sweet bread recipe has got to be the classic tea ring. This is NOT a quick bread recipe, FYI. However, filled with wholesome ingredients like fresh eggs and dried fruits, this Christmas Tea Ring is a holiday classic! Continue reading “Sweet Bread Recipe: Tea Ring”
I must admit I’m a sucker for historical, slow food and Colonial Thanksgiving recipes are super fun. Give me an old “receipt” as they were called and a handful of wholesome ingredients and I’m a happy kitchen girl. Here’s a family favorite for this time of year: Pumpkin Gingerbread Hasty Pudding. Continue reading “Colonial Thanksgiving Recipe”
Sourdough is a great way to serve up a healthy breakfast. Everyone loves pancakes. Sourdough pancakes are, therefore, the perfect combination. Don’t be intimidated by the steps to this recipe, if you’re new to sourdough – it looks a lot harder than it actually is. Plus, I share my secret ingredient for crunch without the nuts, for those with allergies. Continue reading “Nut Free Blueberry Sourdough Crunch Pancakes”