During my bachelor degree, I always went to Starbucks and remember I loved the gingerbread latte in the wintertime. I also made some at home, which were healthier and definitely had less sugar. I love gingerbread spices with the molasses, but coffee just brings it to the next level. This year, although I didn’t have gingerbread lattes at Starbucks, I had something even better: these
I love cranberry juice. While the extra tart flavour of cranberries is usually toned down by either sugar or sweet fruit juice, here beets have that function, yielding a hearty and not-too-sweet flavour (and beautiful color). There is even some greens hidden in there, and parsley to detoxify after some holiday partying!
Don’t know what dessert to make for a christmas party? How about some candy-cane-inspired mint chocolate cupcakes with booze in them?! I planned these cupcakes months ago when a potluck was announced for this week. I first planned on making candy cane cupcakes. Because everything is better with chocolate, they became candy cane chocolate cupcakes, which is really just a christmasy synonym for mint chocolate
Christmas is in a few weeks. What does that mean? One of my favorite flavours is in season! Yep, gingerbread! Because I love gingerbread and also love making granola, a gingerbread granola had to be made at some point. This granola has a deep gingerbread flavour thanks to blackstrap molasses and delicious spices. It will also make your house smell a-m-a-z-i-n-g. The dried cranberries add
I was at a restaurant earlier this month and saw that their special was a cranberry and apple savoury scone with rosemary in it. I loved the idea of using rosemary in scones and although I never think to use fresh cranberries in my recipes, I actually love them! So I decided to recreate the savoury scones are home. And then because I wanted to use applesauce