We are reviving an old bonus recipe to become a permanent blog post, because we figured everyone needs more cookies in their lives. We show you how to take a basic cookie recipe and swap out different flours and sugars as well as add-ins like baking chips, dried fruit, nuts, flavoring extracts, etc.
It’s August here in Georgia and for my kids that means back to school. That also means early mornings of making breakfast and packing lunches. I’m always looking for quick and easy meals not only for them but for myself as well. I also love make ahead dishes that are just as good on day five as they were the day I made them. This is one of those recipes. I also love it because it allows for each person in your home to add their favorite toppings so that you never have to hear, “but I don’t like that!”. Cause who really wants to start the morning hearing those words? This recipe is also a great way to start your morning with whole grains, fiber and even a good source of protein. I actually used a nutrition app to plug in these ingredients and will share those nutrition facts at the bottom of the recipe.
We don’t normally post back to back, but as Carmi mentioned in our last post, this month we are sharing some great recipes for gift giving and we wanted to share these with you as early as possible. If you missed Carmi’s contribution, here is the link to her Vanilla Bourbon Pear Butter Truffles. I will confess that I may have gone overboard with my contribution to this month’s posts. I just couldn’t decide on giving you one recipe, so I’m sharing FOUR with you! By sharing these recipes, I’m also able to share with you a new product line I was recently introduced to. Luigi Bormioli is a glassware company that makes high quality yet affordable items.