These mock graham crackers bake up nice and crispy and lightly sweet. This recipe was inspired by a recipe on "livingwithout.com". The crackers can be a little bit of a challenge to roll out evenly, but if you follow the directions, you should be able to do it.
(Makes four to five 4 oz. jars) The spices really make this jam special. This is the recipe to make if you don't have a ton of cherries or you don't need 12 jars of jam.
Note: Test your jam for desired consistency before you pour into jars. Sometimes you may have to cook longer than 1 minute at the end to get it right. Pouring a little hot jam onto a cool plate usually will give you a good indication of doneness.
This recipe calls for fresh sour pie cherries, (the bright red kind) and fresh rhubarb. It makes a deliciously juicy pie that goes wonderfully well with vanilla ice cream. Note: if you want your filling less juicy, just increase the amount of tapioca.And if you cannot find fresh pie cherries, you can substitute the canned type, but it will not taste as nice.
Very easy to make. Lightly sweet, these cookies are high in protein and fiber, and tasty without any refined sugar, so you get a boost of energy to get you through the morning. My teenagers grab these for breakfast when they are rushing out the door. Makes a filling snack as well. You can substitute your favorite dried fruit and nuts in place of the raisins and walnuts. I have also added 1/2 cup chocolate chips on occasion.
For those of us who love fresh baked, warm scones, but cannot have regular wheat and dairy-laden ones. You can alter this recipe to suit your tastes by changing the type of spices and fruit that you add. (BTW: Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free Biscuit Mix already contains salt and baking powder so you do not need to add any more.)
These muffins were featured on the Dr Oz show as a health-booster. They are also very tasty! Chia seeds can be found at health food stores or online. Don't eat the ones that come with your Chia Pet :) ! Hope that you enjoy these healthy little muffins. *(Note- each muffin is about 150 calories, the caloric info listed for this recipe does not include the chia seeds or the agave syrup).
A mixture of sweet and savory flavors makes this brine a good choice for preparing the holiday turkey. The Herbs De Provence really adds some depth to the brine. It enhances the taste of the bird without overpowering. Make sure that you rinse the turkey well after brining to remove excess salt.
This recipe is an adaptation of a recipe from Bon Appetit. The pasta is cooked right in the broth, making its own sauce. The fresh clams and herbs give this dish a lovely flavor. Very good served with a fresh green salad and some crusty bread.
A tasty midweek dish that's really good for you. Especially good in springtime. You can easily substitute any vegetables you like for the ones listed, but peas and leeks are traditional in a primavera. Seasoning is simple and mild in this recipe, but feel free to "jazz it up" if your tastes run towards spicy flavors. Serves six generously.
The mouthwatering taste of a Philly Cheesesteak on a slider bun. Easy to make & great for parties, picnics, or a quick family dinner. You can prepare the beef and the onion-mushroom mixture ahead of time and assemble just before serving if you like. The real Philadelphia Cheesesteaks come "wid wiz" (cheese whiz), so if you want to be really authentic you can substitute that for the american cheese.
This recipe is my version of an Italian Salsiccia Minestra, or sausage soup. You can add or subtract ingredients according to what you have on hand. If you use linguica, kidney beans, and kale, it becomes Portugeuse Kale Soup. Buon mangiare!