Delicious and flavorful blueberry and lemon bread pudding. A delicious custard created with eggs, milk, sugar, lemon zest, and vanilla. Top with blueberries and bake in the oven. Top with a delicious blueberry compote, maple syrup, powdered sugar, fresh blueberries, and lemon zest. I don’t know about you guys but […]
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Rich and delicious molten lava cake perfectly portioned for two 4-ounce ramekins (or one 8 ounce ramekin). It has a nice caked crust on the outside with a heavenly gooey chocolate center. This molten lava dessert will warm your mouth and your soul. I am very fortunate to be able […]
Delicious gluten-free blueberry crumble perfectly portioned for two people. A super easy and simple recipe to make with leftover fruit in your fridge and pantry staples. Flavored with lemon zest and cinnamon this treat will warm you up inside out! Make this fruity, zesty and sweet filling with a sixteen-ounce […]
Single serving means this strawberry crumble fits perfectly in a 2 cup container. Made with a cup of chopped strawberries and basic pantry staples like flour, oats, butter, sugar and cornstarch. Simply chop the strawberries. Mix with sugar, cornstarch and vanilla extract. Separately mix together small amounts flour, oats, sugar, […]
Put that sourdough starter discard to good use and make this delicious, quick and simple Chocolate Chip Sourdough Banana Bread! A delicious banana bread recipe that produces a sweet and moist quick bread while using up your discarded sourdough starter. How Should Sourdough Starter Look Like? Once the starter has fermented over night it […]
Like most of the world I am obsessed with Alison Roman and everything she does. I really love her Lemon Turmeric Tea Cake with was an inspiration for this wonderful Lemon Turmeric Sourdough Pancake Recipe. As part of my adventure into the world of Sourdough Starter, I have been making […]
I kept 140 grams of the starter and used the rest to make griddle cakes. I added 70 grams whole wheat flour and 70 grams all purpose flour and 140 grams water to the starter.
I still have my sourdough going but I am really not sure if it is working well or not. So I am going to start a second batch. This batch will be 70 grams whole wheat flour and 70 grams all purpose flour and 140 grams water. Each day you […]
I noticed that there was dark liquid (hooch) on top of the starter again. This time what I decided to do was only keep 1 cup (113 grams) of the starter , and add to the remainder a scant 1 cup (113 grams) All-Purpose Flour, and 1/2 cup (113 grams) […]
There appears to be a layer of liquid on the top which I poured out. The smell is a yeasty but far more pleasant than the day before. I discarded half the starter (4 ounces, about 1/2 cup), and add to the remainder a scant 1 cup (113 grams) All-Purpose […]