I literally grew up with these cookies around the house alllll the time. Stumbled upon my grandma’s old recipe booklet and tried to decipher the recipe. Made some mistakes but they turned out fabulous. Here’s the original recipe with my grandma’s corrections.
I’m really not a doughnut person, but these are perfect. Not too sweet and super fluffy! Plus they don’t take forever to make. You will LOVE them.
A delicious and super easy dessert or breakfast/brunch idea. You can serve it with honey, maple syrup, caramel sauce, chocolate sauce, or just plain cinnamon sugar.
Our go to crepes recipe at home! Works with both savoury and sweet fillings.
If you know, you know. If you don’t know, make them, you’ll know.
Most requested recipe, ever. This is a recipe I’ve been making for a while now, its not too sweet, has some dark chocolate bitterness which i love, and is extremely fudgy.
I can’t begin to explain how much time these took, my back hurts and my kitchen is very messy. BUT they turned out really really really good, so i guess it was worth it. Next year, i’m buying them.
Everything we need in life. Drizzle this sauce on your cakes, fill your cookies with them or pour them over your popcorn. Whatever you choose, it’s going to be delicious.
Not too Sweet
What more can someone want in a cookie?
I love these cookies because you can make them into large ones, small ones, keep them chewy or brown them. Whatever you choose, they are AWESOME.
I don’t think i’ve ever gone this LONG WITHOUT WRITING A RECIPE POST!!! I guess this whole pregnancy thing took my mind off of writing, and the 5 weeks bed rest did not really help.
Anyways, I’m back!
My plan this morning was to make an heirloom tomato tart, but after not finding any heirloom tomatoes, I shifted my recipe for the day and decided to make a crumble!
Behold, your new favourite dessert. PEACH BLUEBERRY OATMEAL ALMOND CRUMBLE, with a side of whichever ice-cream flavour you desire