The Swedish Tea Ring is easy to make, delicious, and popular. Basically it’s a gussied-up cinnamon roll. I bake to relax. It’s a way for me to balance out the commotion that leads up to the 25th. For quite a few years, I’ve made Swedish Tea Rings and Stollen, based on recipes from a 1972 book “Parents’ Magazine’s Christmas Holiday Book.”
Peanut butter is yummy any time of the year, so when I received several PB items in the mail, I knew I had to create a recipe for Peanut Butter Candy Cane bread. Then we added a giveaway, a new affiliate market for healthy non-GMO, organic snacks, and a few of our favorite healthy snacks.
Are you one of the kabillion people who likes coffee and chocolate? If so, you will want to bake this coffee brownie recipe (or at least lick the computer screen).
Nielsen Massey sent me some vanilla sugar so I decided to make cinnamon rolls. They were delectable. I tweaked a King Arthur Flour recipe to create these. One person is going to win some N-M vanilla sugar along with a 2 ounce bottle of vanilla. If you’re a vanilla lover, this is for you.
Inspired by “The Bee’s Knees” honey peanut butter from Peanut Butter & Co., I created a Memorial Day recipe that I think is a winner – Chicken-Wrapped Bratwurst in Peanut Butter Sauce. We are giving away two jars of “The Bee’s Knees” too!
Looking for a healthy smoothie recipe? Try adding frozen fruit bars. This Outshine frozen strawberry fruit bar recipe will make you thirsty…in a good way!
Food is a hot topic. Or a hot dish (people from Minnesota will understand). At the BlogHer Food conference in Austin, Texas, we learned about recipes, kitchen tips, food security, writing skills, food photography & more. And we ate! And we learned. Then we ate some more.
What do the Natural Products Expo and Thailand have in common? Delicious food, of course! Do you want some recipes? You do, oh yes, you do.