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Millet pecan muffin recipe, adapted from The Cheese Board Collective Works, a recipe book showcasing local Bay Area bakeries.
This is a good, healthy, granola recipe. Homemade granola is incredibly simple to make and tastes a hundred times better than store-bought granola.
Caramel apples dipped in pecans and slivered almonds. I bought a bag of caramels, melted them down and played around a bit with different toppings.
I created this little treat for a picnic I planned with my husband. Since it was just the two of us, I decided to scale down the size of this tart and make it just enough for two to enjoy. Using some phyllo dough, dried apricots, pecans, and almonds, this came out to be a […]
I added a sprinkle of chocolate chips to pair with the variety of nuts, and dried fruit to give it the chewy factor: golden raisins, currants, and dried apples.
I love trying new, inventive ways to make a basic recipe extraordinarily delicious, and healthy. As for these muffins, they came out exactly as planned – nutty, robust banana flavor, and a wholesomeness achieved from using whole wheat pastry flour and rolled oats.
The sweetest part of Mediterranean food is definitely baklava. I’ve always wanted to learn how to make this yummy treat, and I was delighted with the outcome. This baklava recipe is really easy to make, and the results are irresistible. This flaky dessert gets it’s unique look from phyllo dough, which is a paper thin […]