Blog reader Sher recently messaged me with a baking challenge of sorts. She was looking for a healthy, hearty breakfast cookie that she could feel good about giving her kids, but that they would actually, you know, eat.
Challenge accepted, my friend. This was especially timely because I’ve been in a bit of a […]Continue Reading →
It’s not news that I love oatmeal. Once the temperatures drop below 50, it’s my breakfast of choice. And like other blank palettes (muffins, pancakes), what I really love about it is that it’s so versatile. You never have to have the same oatmeal twice. It’s also breakfast super-fuel; full of fiber and protein to […]Continue Reading →
Cookies. They giveth (love) and they taketh away (skinny jeans). Alas, it is the season and cookies are my reason for holiday cheer, so I’ll just be adding an extra weekly workout to the mix and calling it good.
I love pistachios and I love chocolate and I love chewy, nummy oatmeal cookies. Isn’t […]Continue Reading →
I will admit that sometimes I judge things by their cover. Sometimes you can’t help it though!
For years I longed to buy a can of McCann’s Irish Oats in the metal tin. It looked so retro and cool! And it’s from Ireland! OMG!!!!1! (Don’t you love how illogical the consumer’s brain is?) But […]Continue Reading →
Okay, so technically quick bread was the winner of my sprouted wheat poll, but after considering it I thought I’d take cookies for a spin with this first batch. I really wanted something that would bake for a shorter amount of time to really showcase the flavor of the flour. The fresh flour has […]Continue Reading →
Or lay-on-the-couch-and-watch-TV-all-day fuel. Or Tofurky-coma-hangover-need-energy-to-tolerate-family-I-only-see-this-time-of-year fuel. Whatevs. It works in any scenario.
While you worry about the food for today, let me worry about the food for tomorrow. Use some of the leftover elements of Thanksgiving that will be lurking in your fridge, destined to mold (ah, we all have such good intentions, don’t we?), […]Continue Reading →
Squirrel’s Vegan KitchenGo back in time to my original blog: Squirrel’s Vegan Kitchen!
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