Learn all the secrets to making perfect large-cluster granola with this easy recipe! Perfectly huge and crunchy granola clusters with lots of cinnamon maple flavor
Instead of ranting about the exams or the weather, I thought I would start today’s post with something inspirational. I think that we could all use a few tips when it comes to turning our days from “just OK” to amazing!
The rules of being amazing
Risk More Than is Required
Learn More Than is Normal
Breathe • Excel • Love • Lead
Speak Your Truth
Live Your Values
Healthy lunchbox options with many no sandwich suggestions to make your mornings easier and tastier
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My son loves pancakes! If it was up to him we will have them every morning! and although I do have quite a few pancake recipes ranging from vegan pancakes to carrot cake pancakes and Arabic Atayef pancakes, I am always on the look out for new and interesting pancake recipes. Dutch baby pancakes have been on my list of recipes to try for quite some time.
Dutch baby pancakes, sometimes called a German pancakes, or a Dutch puff, are sweet baked pancakes that are very similar to a popovers. They are derived from the German pfannkuchen and they are made with eggs, flour, sugar and milk, and usually seasoned with vanilla and cinnamon. Occasionally fruit or another flavoring is also added.
Despite not having any leavening agents, they do puff up beautifully in the oven, watching them bake is really fun, especially for an excited, hungry 5 year old 🙂 Sadly they do deflate quickly when you take them out of the oven
I am horribly terribly late in posting my daring cooks and bakers challenges 😦 I make the challenges in time for the reveal but finding the time to sit down and write the post has proven to be an elusive task.So for this week, I am trying to catch up on posting my challenges.
This month, the Daring Cooks challenged us to think inside the box – the icebox, that is! Audax taught us some really cool tips and tricks for stocking our freezers with prepare-ahead meals that can keep our taste buds satisfied even during the busiest of times.
This challenge could not have come at a better time, as we head back to school (I can’t believe how quickly this summer has slipped by) a bit of organization can be a life saver in those busy first few weeks.
In this post I will share a collection of my favorite freezer recipes that I usually prepare around the end of summer to help me ease back into the busy school routine.