Baked apple desserts are at the top of the list when it comes to comfort, nostalgia and just pure deliciousness. We are always fully on board with buying way too many apples when they begin to come into season, and then having an excuse to make all the apple things. Rather than chunks or slices of apples, we grated them and folded them into a wonderfully spiced batter, and then of course just had to top it with streusel. Perfect for a weekend breakfast, afternoon snack, or evening dessert.
This month has been about easy recipes to feed the family as you head back to school, or back to online learning, or back to still working at home, or maybe even going back to work. Whatever it may be, quick, easy, or make ahead is key as most of us have been stuck at home a lot, cooking way more than usual. And while you may roll your eyes at homemade pizza as easy; using make ahead flatbread dough, a convenient sheet pan shape for everyone to have their own personal portion, and store-bought toppings means that pizza night can indeed be relatively easy.
What is a Frittata Quiche? Basically a frittata with flour and baking powder in it. Why? This makes it more filling and slices into tidy little portable wedges. And this month is all about easy recipes to feed the family, or yourself. With whole wheat flour, veggies and protein all in one dish, this frittata quiche ticks all the boxes when it comes to meal time. If you have leftovers that need to be used up, the meat, cheese and vegetables can easily be swapped out for what you have on hand. And yes, you can use gluten free flour if you want to.