Sometimes you want a milkshake. Sometimes you want a milkshake with a twist. This one is just too easy and delicious to pass up.
I got home from nearly a week on the road and found a chunk of banana bread I hadn’t finished before I left town (thanks to my new roomie, I have lots of baked goods these days!). I wondered if I could make bread pudding with it–it was beginning to be a bit stale, but wasn’t molded. So I tried it and I think I have a new favorite treat! Continue reading
This is not my recipe, so I thank my friend Blake’s wife for an idea that I can try, and which fits with my grand plan here at the blog. Yes, I will have to buy these ingredients (because I don’t keep sugary things in the house), but it’s a simple recipe with few ingredients and easy to explain to just about anyone. Continue reading
I’m sure it’s possible to be allergic to the ingredients in this delicious and simple dessert, but it is safe for the big three: dairy, wheat, and legumes (peanuts et al).
Back in the day, when I was running the bed and breakfast in Texas, I had a houseful of folks from all over the world. Between my vegetarian horse back rider and the Scottish lady who couldn’t eat any of the big three listed above, I was challenged to create breakfasts and desserts that would appeal to everyone. This rice pudding was a hit with all! Continue reading
I have tried to steer clear of white sugar and corn syrup for nearly 10 years now (having been diagnosed with chronic fatigue, it’s the only thing I’ve found that helps me keep my energy levels up). But sometimes I really crave something sweet! Continue reading