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Tag: whole wheat flour

working it out: cinnamon apple snack cake

I should be feeling on the crabby side of the morning spectrum. I was woken up extra early this morning and I was out of my milk for my morning coffee. Yet, because it was the deep, repeated bellow of…

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love muffins: vegan banana pecan oat muffins

This isn’t pink or red or heart shaped recipe. Though, if you’re feeling sentimental and have marbles handy, you can make heart-shaped muffins like so. But this recipe is a good one to make for a Valentine’s Day breakfast. A…

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not quite health food: whole wheat chocolate chip cookies

This past weekend not only did I relax and chill out to the best of my abilities (which if you read my previous post, isn’t very chill), I also made cookies. Not just any cookies, mind you, chocolate chip cookies.…

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i like you best: fresh apple spice cookies

I love fall. For me, it’s all about the trees with their heavy, colouful leaves. And air so cool and crisp that requires your favorite cardigan, slightly wrinkled and maybe a bit musty from its hiding place at the back…

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a happy combo: golden squash coconut-chocolate chip loaf

Chocolate, coconut and my taste buds are a winning trifecta. My taste buds don’t lie. In the past I’ve made ice cream, granola, chewy squares, almond joy copycats, banana bread, and my favourite macaroon squares. And now I can add…

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worth the wait: welsh cakes

First of all, I want to thank all of you for your well-wishes during my time of extreme craft craziness. To those who I met at the various fairs and shows, thank you so much for coming out and saying…

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old fashioned ginger apple pandowdy

Apple pandowdy not something I grew up eating, but it’s similar to a crisp or a crumble or a grunt: rich biscuit topping and a spicy fruit filling. But the twist with a pandowdy is that molasses and lemon juice are mixed in with the apples so the flavour is deep and dark.

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ginger whole wheat scones

As for scones, I’m pretty smitten. The very first scones I made were from Orangette and I’ve since adapted and tweaked her recipe into something that I use quite often. The first time I made scones, I was nervous.

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