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    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    A delicious and protein rich vegetarian burger substitute - and easy to boot! This one comes from

    Recipe #502443

    4 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This delicious bread is from the blog Bakingdom. It's absolutely delicious (I know, I said delicious already), but it really is! And... you slather the top with honey (raw and local, if you've got it, or agave for vegans), and top it with oats. Sooooo.... delicious! While I haven't tried it with ww or spelt flour yet, I plan to. If you do try it, just know the weight of the flour will be different, so go by cups instead.

    Recipe #502353

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This slightly edited recipe comes to you from the awesome blog - I made it with ww flour, and it was super delish! Even the parrots went nuts for it! (Then again, they eat pretty much everything...) I did toss the frozen blueberries in a heaping tablespoon of flour, to prevent blue muffins. This is definitely a keeper!

    Recipe #502352

    1 Reviews |  By Katzen

    I came across this recipe in a book called Quinoa 365: The Everyday Superfood, and it was a hit at a family BBQ, using the original cheese; Bocconcini. Bummed out that I didn't take the leftovers home for lunches, I made it again, this time using Herb & Garlic crumbled feta that I had in the fridge - holy bananas, feta took this salad to rock star status! I have two parrots, Merlin and Arwen (featured in some of my pics), and I had to put out two treat dishes for them, as neither would let the other near it! Try it with any good, tasty, cheese, and you'll love it - and if you don't do cheese, marinated tofu would be stellar as well. Use your imagination! One thing I can say is that when I made the salad with Bocconcini, maybe it was because I didn't marinate it, I served it immediately, but somehow, that very mild cheese just didn't do the dish justice. I sure hope you enjoy this as much as we did!

    Recipe #481073

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    From The Planet Organic Market Cookbook, "Who ever thought mild-mannered tofu could have such…attitude? Many have tried to crack the code on our savoury peppery snack, and now they’ll become a favourite in your kitchen."

    Recipe #465803

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This is a recipe by Theresa Albert from her book "Ace Your Health". She pinky swears that you'll understand the magic by the third day! Note that the white chia seeds are known as "Salba", and if you do a web search on "salba" you will find plenty of sources for this fantastic fibre and phyto power source! I just picked up a bag and plan to stir up a batch.

    Recipe #464716

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Whole oats make these scones special. They can be a bit crunchy in places and chewy in others, which makes for a diverse experience within one scone. They're slightly sweet, but not a dessert scone at all. From the wonderful (and highly recommended) cookbook, "Alice's Tea Cup", by Haley Fox & Lauren Fox

    Recipe #447618

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Yum. Healthy spelt based english muffins. I found this recipe on the blog Taste is Trump: English muffins are in the same category as most bread products. Like pitas and tortillas, it is impossible to find a store bought variety made with healthful ingredients, properly prepared that tastes good. These are great to just eat with butter and honey, or make little sandwiches with.

    Recipe #447376

    This is a cardamom-kissed, brown sugar crusted, squash spice cake that comes from the wonderful blog, 101 Recipes. Making use of winter squash and some warming and assertive spices, this "cake" is definitely not a super sweet cake, more reminiscent of grandma's zucchini loaf... only more fragrant. As with anything from this blog, you'll enjoy, I'm sure.

    Recipe #447024

    1 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Originally from "300 Best Canadian Bread Machine Recipes", I changed this recipe to suit our love of seeds and a recent interest in spelt. I also wanted to increase the whole grains and reduce or eliminate the white flour. What I ended up with was a delicious, hearty bread, that while dense, still doubled in volume. Feel free to change the non-spelt flour to whatever you'd like, for a total of 1 1/2 cups; there's no need for the gluten if using white bread flour for the entire amount. For the seeds, use any combination you like, for a total of 3/4 cup.

    Recipe #447016

    3 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This is a redo of a savory recipe I've made from I'm Pat, for a Gluten Free Kumara Damper, which inspired me to modify this recipe into a sweet(ish) scone, made with cinnamon, pecans, a bit of brown sugar and maple syrup, and for those who don't have self-rising flour handy, include the measurements for the baking powder and salt. I've also changed the flour, using part oat flour, and part all purpose or whole wheat, your choice - although use your imagination, or what's on hand. The ones in the photo were made with all-purpose and oat flour. You can make oat flour by whirring some oats in your grinder until they resemble flour. I love oat flour!! These are a real favourite at home! Merlin and Arwen (my parrots), negotiate for as much of the sweet potato as they can - generally the rule is that they can have all but 1/2 cup of it. When the scones come out of the oven is another story!! I hope you like my version of them - feel free to change it up as you'd like to.

    Recipe #446057

    3 Reviews |  By Katzen

    These are THE pumpkin scone from Alice's Tea Cup in NY. Moist, slightly spicy, definately gooey and sweet on top - think of a pumpkin pie in a scone. These scones are best served warm, and if you're not serving them right away, reserve the glaze until just before you serve them. NOTE: The amount of cinnamon and ginger seems quite alot, but I did email and verify it; if you're not a spicy sort of person, reduce it, or if your spice house has particularly potent spices, reduce it, but this is the character for which the scones are known: they are spicy, and they are addictive!

    Recipe #444848

    3 Reviews |  By Katzen

    This is a take on recipe #43744: Bread Machine Cinnamon-Pecan Buns, which I changed a little. The dough is so wonderful and rises incredibly, and the sauce - oh, the sauce! They're just packed with walnuts and raisins, too - a real treat! I've also added an optional drizzle, for those that must have icing on their cinnamon buns!

    Recipe #444733

    Found on the Dessert of the Month Club Blog, this just sounds so lovely, I made it for Christmas this year, to go with Moosewood's Comprehensively Stuffed Squash, recipe #444688 - you may find this wonderful blog here: (Thanks to UmmBinat for pointing me in that direction!) From the blog, "My relatives have come to expect this quick, spicy sauce every year during the holidays. I try to make this 24 hours in advance of serving to let the ginger mingle. Leftover sauce is rare, but goes well with cream cheese on toast! This recipe makes 3 cups."

    Recipe #444692

    This is a favourite recipe that comes from the original Moosewood Cookbook - a cookbook in my collection that is quite tattered and oh so loved! In fact, Mom, my sister, and I all have and adore our copies. This is a recipe that is often made for Thanksgiving or Christmas, and includes Mom's optional additions below. Most definately serves as a main course for a vegetarian (but not vegan, well, not without some substitutions.) This makes four main dish servings, or eight side dish servings, maybe ten, depending on your holiday spread! In the photo I've posted, only the stuffing is shown; Mom had the baked squash ready, and I forgot to bring the camera!

    Recipe #444688

    4 Reviews |  By Katzen

    I always thought the origin of these cookies was Germany, and my paternal Grandmother set me straight when I asked for the recipe today - it came from Aunt Katie (who isn't really my Aunt, she's my godmother). In any case, here are my most favourite cookies that Grandma makes - I'll have to post the rest of the authentic German recipes she gave me years ago as well... she's been making these since I was kneehigh to a grasshopper!

    Recipe #444683

    3 Reviews |  By Katzen

    A simple french vinaigrette, with clean flavours. If tarragon isn't your favourite herb, you may choose to try another herb instead. When salad dressings from scratch are this simple, why buy processed, store bought?

    Recipe #443992

    1 Reviews |  By Katzen

    A change of pace from the usual savory snack mixes, this slightly sweet mix with Shreddies, nuts, and dried fruit is a delicious mix to put out when guests arrive, or pack as a mid afternoon snack. From Bake Fest 2010.

    Recipe #443986

    1 Reviews |  By Katzen

    The nutmeg and allspice make a perfect holiday addition to the creamy texture of the chestnuts. This pate works as an immune boost as well as increasing the cheer factor of any party. By Julie Daniluk R.H.N., Chatelaine Magazine.

    Recipe #443875

    2 Reviews |  By Katzen

    Courtesy of Chowhound, this recipe hit my inbox this morning and looks just delightful! The sweetness of sweet potatoes combines with a fresh bite from scallions and a kick of smoke from paprika. Because the potatoes are parboiled, the last-minute work on this recipe is minimal. The result is a crunchy exterior and a soft interior.

    Recipe #443145

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