Made with oats, whole grain flour, walnuts, and coconut oil, these cookies are a healthy alternative to plain oatmeal cookies. They are easy to make and are ready in no time. Bring them to a Cookie Exchange Party and they will go quickly, or have them as a snack with your afternoon coffee or tea.
Finally I got around to posting this recipe today. I have made this pie twice in the past few weeks, and the reason is that when I made it the first time I stopped to take pictures while putting the pie together.
If you like rich banana taste with a hint of fig flavor, this recipe is for you. Loaded with healthy and satiating ingredients, these muffins will keep you full and satisfied for many hours. They are great served for breakfast or as a snack, and they are fairly easy to make.
Here is a delicious addition to my fall recipes: White Chocolate Pumpkin Bars. Every fall I go into my kitchen with an intent of creating new recipes that include pumpkin in them. Sometimes I am happy with the recipe from the first try; sometimes it takes a few tweaks before it is ready to be… Continue reading White Chocolate Pumpkin Bars
Some of you might find the idea of making a pie with crabapples unappealing, but wait until you try this baby. Made with green crabapples, this easy to make galette will make you want to have another slice. I served it with caramel ice-cream, which pairs well with the tartness of the apples, but I… Continue reading Crabapple Galette