You can easily make gluten free chocolate chip cookies out of any favorite recipe by replacing just a few ingredients. Continue reading
Sugar flowers add a beautiful touch to any summer cake, and while they look extravagant, it’s very easy to make sugar flowers. Continue reading
People at the stand often ask us how to cook a squash. There are several ways, but the easiest method is also one of the tastiest. Continue reading
Caramel apples are a seasonal favorite this time of year, but when you turn them into chocolate caramel apples, the flavor really pops. Continue reading
Thanksgiving arrives this week. Want to keep dessert in an autumn mood? Try these 10 pumpkin dessert recipes. Continue reading
Well, this being my first weekend since June without a farm market, I had a little more time than usual (not that there isn’t always something to do), so I decided to make some apple chips. I’d been dying to try them and they turned out being really easy, and REALLY tasty. Continue reading
Thoroughly enjoying my time off from getting ready for craft shows and changing instead to holiday mode. And what’s the first thing we all think of when it comes time to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday? Food of course!
I generally suck as a cook (really I do, ask anyone who’s ever eaten some of my mysterious culinary NON-delights), but once in a while I find that rare recipe that I’m actually good at (usually something in the area of baking that contains some sort of dough). So I recently stumbled upon a recipe for pumpkin-seed brittle. I must say, the stuff is delish! (and easy enough that even I can cook it). Continue reading
Ok, I didn’t name this recipe. I know it sounds more like something out of a movie kids shouldn’t watch than a delicious dessert, but trust me, this is one of the richest, most decadent chocolate treats you’ll ever make. I found this recipe online and knew I had to try it. It’s pretty simple. Use your favorite recipe to whip up a batch of chocolate chip cookie dough (I find the good old Nestle Tollhouse recipe works pretty well) and fill a 9×13 pan about a 3rd of the way up. Next cover the cookie dough with a layer of Oreo cookies. And finally, stir up a batch of brownie batter (go ahead make it easy with a boxed mix). Cover the Oreo cookie layer with the brownie batter. Cook as you normally would a pan of brownies, testing with a toothpick when done. These are great any way you eat ’em, but when you get ’em still warm, it’s especially excellent. Enjoy!
I don’t know if this technically qualifies as a stir-fry, but it has a lot of the same ingredients. It’s sort of like house fried rice with cream cheese. I usually make this cream cheese stir fry to use up leftovers. Continue reading