This is a very easy mocktail and if you love ginger beer like I do, you'll enjoy this. The basic idea is one part ginger ale to one part ginger beer. Serve in a nice tall chilled glass and chill out yourself for awhile. :)
Open the oven door and the aroma of this fresh baked breakfast bread will have the entire house clamoring into the kitchen. Moist and dense in texture, the bread includes healthy ingredients, such as oats and fresh banana, and is easy to prepare and very adaptable, accommodating your choice of chopped nuts or dried fruit in place of the cranberries. Some people say you don't even need the sugar when the bananas are so sweet. Adapted from Whole Foods.
This recipe uses pancake batter to coat apple rings, then fried to perfection with an apple cider syrup! You can substitute whole wheat pancake batter or make your own. I have added my own recipe for apple cider syrup. The original called for reducing the cider by half and gave no amounts. This one is much quicker and yummy. I didn't have Bisquick, so made my own from a recipe on this site, substituting about 1/3 of the flour with whole wheat flour. From Carla Hall on the new ABC program, the Chew. Hootie!
Bring this dessert out , people will be clamoring for it, it looks that good! Make sure to get cook and serve pudding mix, not instant.The fresh berries are the crowning jewels. You don't need a fancy tart pan, you can use an aluminum pie pan from the grocery store, or buy an already made grahm cracker crust. Adapted from Dave Lieberman's cookbook, Young and Hungry.
This is a simple recipe adapted from the website Irish Abroad. Living in Alaska and being surrounded with abundant fresh fish, we eat a lot of it and are always looking for new recipes. This one is fast and easy and can be used with other fish like salmon and hailibut and other herbs like dill, fennel and chives. Posted for ZWT 8 Great Britain/Ireland