Tagged With 'Hidden Fruits'

Banana Carrot Muffins

Day late on this post — major blog meltdown. If you tried to find any recipes the last day or two, you might’ve noticed my blog was just a blank white screen. No errors, no “oopsies this page isn’t here”, just a straight up white page. That’s also what we saw when I tried to […]

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September 21, 2014

Pumpkin Scones with Dried Plum

Despite my best efforts, fruit continues to not be one of Josh’s favorite things. Or one of my favorite things, for that matter. The only sure fire way to make sure that fruit gets devoured is to have dried fruit on hand (or mixed into our baked goods ;-)).  Something magical happens to fruit when you […]

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September 5, 2014

Pumpkin Pancakes with Apple Pie Topping

I voted, and it’s apple season now.  And pumpkin season.  And pancake season.  Basically, it’s the most wonderful time of the year (obviously tied with pumpkin spice latte season. Obviously.) I’ve never understood why people restrict pumpkin to fall.  Even in the fall, I normally use it out of a can (and I imagine that’s […]

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May 21, 2014

Strawberry Chai Shortcake

Strawberry shortcake is definitely one of my favorite desserts.  Is there anything better than a crumbly biscuit, sweet strawberries, and whipped cream?  Apparently, the only way to top it is to add chai to the mix.  It’s an incredible combination I never, ever in a million years would’ve thought of if it wasn’t for tea […]

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Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce

I have few philosophies in life, but my number 1 motto is “Always say yes to pancakes”. Very, very rarely will a pancake let you down, because a crappy pancake is still a pancake and pancakes are a miracle food of deliciousness.  They’re perfect for brinner after a bad day, breakfast on a special day, […]

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Chocolate and Hazelnut Banana Breakfast Cake

I don’t know about you, but after Easter I have a pile of chocolate bunnies just waiting to be eaten.  Everyone is going to think I’m insane, but I don’t like to just nom on a brick (or bunny) of plain chocolate (unless it’s really good chocolate).  Every year, chop those bunnies up and turn them […]

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