This is a great recipe I adapted from Mother Earth News Magazine. It is super simple. I mix it up, let it rise, put it in the fridge, pull off a hunk of dough before I make my supper. Then I bake it and it's ready for supper. I haven't bought bread since I started using this recipe. It also makes wonderful chewy buns for hamburgers/sandwiches. I've used this basic recipe to make pizza crust and cinnamon rolls too. Once you get the hang of it, it's really easy.
Delicious Molasses cookies with a great spice to them. Crisp on the outside, soft on the inside. They freeze, travel, & store well. They also work great as a sandwich cookie, if you put a yummy cream cheese frosing between two.
I have been trying to include more kale into our diet, but I didn't have many recipes. I had a bit of chorizo in the fridge and some leftover mushrooms and "winged" it. My boys (9, 10, & 13) loved it so much, I realized I'd better write it down so I don't forget. I used portabello mushrooms and penne pasta. Next time I may add some cannelini beans for fun.
This isn't the creamiest, best tasting macaroni and cheese out there. This is a yummy, super quick casserole, that my family adores. My kids love the pepperoni variation the best. It is easily adapted for your pickiest eater. I have also increased the quantity easily. I add a bit more butter, and noodles. Just be sure the milk comes up to top of noodles. I've never had to increase time. It does rise and could boil over if there isn't enough room in pan.
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