Traditionally Shrove Tuesday in the US is celebrated with the colors purple, yellow, and green. Fatty foods like doughnuts and pancakes are eaten, in order to ‘cleanse’ the house of fat and sugar before the lenten fast begins. We got our heads together and decided to create a ‘purple’ pancake for Shrove Tuesday that would [Read More...]
We created our variation of a traditional baked cherry tart/custard to celebrate Washington’s birthday. Popular legend (heavy emphasis on the ‘legend’) tells the tale that as a boy, Washington got it in his mind to practice the sharpness of his hatchet on his father’s prized cherry tree. When confronted angrily his alleged confession “I cannot [Read More...]
This is a great pancake recipe to make for the ‘Honey’ in your life! Naomi wanted to recreate the flavor of her favorite breakfast cereal for her boys – Honey Nut Cheerios! – but since she is allergic to nuts was at a loss as to how to mimic the “nut” flavor that the real [Read More...]
In honor of the 2014 Winter Olympics officially starting today, we wanted to share a recipe that we received from one of our lovely customers, Amy! Score big with these delicious and beautiful doughnuts – they just may create more talk than the games!
These waffles are delicious with or without the heart shaped griddle – strawberry puree lowers the fat content of the waffle and adds a punch of flavor. For extra love, serve with fresh strawberries and powdered sugar or real whipped cream.
Gluten Free Harvest Breakfast Hash, Inspired by Candy Corn as part of our KO the Candyman Blogger event. Why not make a special breakfast this harvest season – a yummy hash filled with good for you sweeties – sweet potato, sweet yam, and cubed beef (you can use corned beef or other meat) or sweet [Read More...]