Ok, I’ve struggled on this one. I’ve made biscuits several times. The first time they were decent-ish, they held together nicely, but were way too floury tasting and very dense. The next couple of times they fell apart and were a weird light crumbly texture. I felt like I created a new kind of dessert […]Read More I Finally Made Good Biscuits!
Binging with Babish is one of my favorite YouTube channels; incase he is a mystery to you, he makes various foods from TV shows and movies. It’s awesome. When I saw his tantalizingly double-glazed apple fritters from the Regular Show, I knew I had to make them. Fried batter, dotted with chunks of gooey spiced […]Read More Apple Fritters from Binging with Babish
Chia seed pudding is super creamy and delicious. Leave it simple, with the coconut milk and maple syrup as the star flavors, or add in some cacao or matcha powder for an added flavor twist! The pudding is delicious as is, but I love to top it with yogurt and fresh fruit, which makes it […]Read More Chia Seed Pudding
These are super easy to make and packed with so much delicious goodness. I love fresh ginger. I like to add fresh slices in when I make tea (green tea, fennel, chamomile… etc), and I’m trying to find new ways to incorporate it in my every day foods as well. These worked perfectly and opened […]Read More Ginger Lemon Energy Balls
I use to buy store bought granola, but I got tired of all the added sugar, so I decided to make a healthier version at home. Plus, without all the preservatives, you get cleaner, way tastier granola. Once you realize how much better it tastes (and the fact that you can control how sweet you […]Read More Homemade Granola
I love eating eggs for breakfast and am constantly trying to ‘spice it up’ a little and add a new twist, other than just simply scrambling an egg. This was actually my first attempt at an over easy egg, and I would say it is de-ee-ecent (Bubbles from Trailer Park Boys anyone?). I eat tacos […]Read More Over Easy Egg Avocado Toast