Posted on March 21, 2013 - by Jules Shepard
I hear from lots of folks about how nervous they are about holidays that so often seem to center around food. Easter and Passover are two of those holidays, but they are far more gluten-free friendly than you might think!
Posted on October 24, 2012 - by Jules Shepard
This is not your ordinary scone. This moist, tender treat bursting with berries and crispy-topped by a light coating of cinnamon and sugar bears little resemblance to the dry, hard scones most recipes produce. This recipe also only takes about 5 minutes to make, and 10 minutes to bake, so it’s ready before the bus pulls up in the morning! Nothing not to love about this recipe, and now it’s tailored to the season!
Posted on October 19, 2012 - by Jules Shepard
The perfect recipe for a chilly fall morning — a hot cup of chai tea with a healthy, hearty, fiber and protein-rich muffin!
Posted on October 4, 2012 - by Jules Shepard
Autumn and Pumpkin Pie go hand-in-hand, but what about all the other delicious treats you can make with this low fat, healthy and super tasty gourd? This recipe for Pumpkin Banana Bread is one of my favorites.
Posted on January 23, 2012 - by Jules Shepard
This fantastic recipe produces a savory, light and fluffy corn cake with a kick that enhances wonderful foods like stews and chili!
Posted on October 30, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
How do you take cornbread and make it even better? Add some pumpkin! Even moister, even tastier … with a hint of pumpkin spice – these pumpkins will mellow your spicy chili and give you just enough sweet stuff that you may not need dessert. Yep – they rock.
Posted on October 20, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
You may have picked up on a theme with me lately … pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin seeds, pumpkin cornbread … yes, I’m in full-on pumpkin mode! These pumpkin muffins are just right – full of that yummy pumpkin flavor but not too sweet. Perfect for these cool autumn mornings!
Posted on June 30, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
Rhubarb needs a mate — like a yin and a yang — to balance its tart flavor; this incarnation utilized the strawberries I already had on hand, and I like that it is the old familiar combination of strawberries and rhubarb, but in an unexpected and delicious muffin medium!
Posted on June 1, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
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Posted on March 24, 2011 - by Jules Shepard
I normally love the fact that my flour makes everything taste smooth and delectably wheat-like, but in this recipe, I added some cornmeal for a pleasant and subtle crunch to this moist muffin.