You didn’t think I would forget about those gluten free neighbors out there this Thanksgiving, did you? I am still testing out the gluten-free world of pie, but have discovered this full-flavored, perfectly flakey classic pumpkin pie that will rival a floured version any day. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Classic Pumpkin Pie”
Ihave been working to find my zen recently, and one practice I have taken away from my yoga sessions is that of gratitude. Thanksgiving reminds us to be grateful out loud. So what better way to express my gratitude for those in my life than with a Friendsgiving!? Nothing says thank you for being you like a heaping plate of homemade food, some booze, and a rustic apple tart. Continue reading “Rustic Apple Tart”
Poor breakfast. The forgotten meal on Thanksgiving day. Everyone is too busy bustling over the turkey, and the stuffing, and the gravy, and ohhh the desserts. But poor old forgotten breakfast.
Now I know what you are thinking. “I just don’t have time to make breakfast. I have to boil the potatoes, steam the carrots, casserole the green beans. And the turkey. The turkeyyy!!”
Well what if I told you a quick 20 minutes in the oven the morning of is all you need to have your family waking up to the sweet, sweet smell of Cranberry Apple Buttermilk Scones. Continue reading “Cranberry Apple Buttermilk Scones”
Who was the first person that decided putting marshmallows on a potato was a good idea? I wouldn’t mind having dinner with them.
Well, curiosity got the best of me as it usually does so I decided to do some research. Like it or not, it is time for a history lesson.
This was also the perfect excuse to use up the rest of that pumpkin puree that had been hanging out in the fridge. After this, no more pumpkin. I promise. At least not until next month. Continue reading “Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Poppers”