I have been on a search for the perfect cake frosting. (or icing, we call it in Alabama) I don’t use a lot of sugar in my cooking and all the good recipes call for powdered sugar, which makes my blood sugar spike and my children bounce off the walls. So, Glory to God, I … More Perfect Peanut Butter Frosting
Snow Cream Recipe So, I grew up in the South and we never really got too much snow. But, when we did get a good snow I remember my mom making snow cream. It was always such a treat. This is my first winter up North and we are embracing the cold and the snow. … More Snow Cream!
If you have ever checked the labels of soy “meat” then you realize it’s pretty much junk. Maybe it’s because they’re taking a bean and processing it to the point of oblivion to try to make it taste like a hot dog. Seriously! I think we can do better. So, I’ve been working on a … More Meatless Monday
Pizza is so good. Healthy homemade pizza is even better. This pizza crust was made from some round loaves of my homemade bread. I love knowing the ingredients of what my family is eating. When you use whole grains and whole foods it takes the guesswork out of meals. So, YES!, we can have chocolate … More How do I Cook? Bake? Oh!
When our oldest daughter was a baby she could eat no store bought cereals, crackers, cookies, etc. They wouldn’t digest. So I had to learn to make homemade breads, crackers and cookies. Praise God, she grew out of it when she was 2. The Lord used this experience with her to give our family a … More Unity and Fellowship…and Adzuki beans.
Ever wonder what to do with dry leftover cornbread? It’s late…you’ve been giggin’. Band van has got no food! Try this! • Crumble two cups cornbread in a large mixing bowl. • Add 4 eggs • 1/3 cup blackstrap molasses (woohoo! iron, calcium, B6) • 1/2 cup milk • 1/2 tsp cinnamon • 2 TBS … More Molasses Cornbread Pudding. So easy! So good!