I saw a picture for these cookies and they looked so amazing that I had to do some hunting to find the recipe so that I could try them. Upon going through the ingredients, I was surprised to find out that they were gluten-free and instantly became quite skeptical…how could cookies be good without flour?! I kept an open mind and made them, and, I don’t know how they do it, but they are incredible! Continue reading
These meringues are a light, sweet, chocolately escape. They are simple to make, melt in your mouth, and are a great dessert or snack. My mom makes these every year for Passover, but I eat them all year round. Enjoy! Continue reading
This recipe comes from my 12 year old sister’s best friend Georgia. It’s such a simple and great recipe, and it’s dairy-free! I’ve included the original hand-written recipe she gave my family a couple years ago after we had it at her house, see below it’s pretty cute. Continue reading
Every year I do a cooking class with my mom as a present for Mother’s Day, and, if you want to copy my idea, I would definitely recommend it because it’s a lot of fun, a great bonding experience, and you learn how to make new things! We normally do it around the actual holiday, but her favourite soup is French Onion Soup, which is a winter dish, Continue reading
I thought that it’d be fitting to end 2013 with a savory breakfasty recipe, perfect for international hangover day, also known as January 1st. This recipe is great for any meal of the day, and leftovers hold up very well. I made it for dinner the other night with a side of these Tangy Lemon Dijon Green Beans, which went really well together.
Green beans are on the small list of vegetables that I eat, I promise I’m working on expanding it Nana! These green beans are super easy and tasty, and go well with lots. Apologies for the lack of photos, I’ll add more next time I make them but I was focused on the main, the Satisfying Onion and Goat Cheese Frittata. Continue reading
I’m sure the scenario of your grandmother trying to convince you to eat your vegetables when you were little sounds quite familiar. I’m also sure that the thought of a vegetable like Brussels sprouts doesn’t usually produce a mouth watering sensation. Both of these sentiments are grounds for thinking that this recipe is one of the the last things you’d think I would post here, but I promise it’s worth it.
I am the first to admit that I’m not good with vegetables, and, until very recently, Brussels sprouts were definitely on my ‘Not’ list. Continue reading