This fruit dip will certainly become one of your favorite snacks. Make it for your next gathering or for your children and watch it disappear in minutes!
Enjoy this homemade granola with coffee aromas on top of your favourite yogurt or milk with some fresh berries or banana slices. You can prepare a big batch and enjoy it for the rest of the week. It contains less sugar and salt and more fiber and protein than traditional store-bought granolas. The caffeine will also provide you an extra boost of energy to be able to get through your busy day.
These little delicious croissants are one of the many memories of my childhood. In Romanian, we call them cornuleţe and they are commonly baked around Christmas time. They are incredibly tender and will delicately fall apart in your mouth. This time, I decided to fill them with jam, but you can also use nuts, chocolate spread or Turkish delight. They are so easy to make and delicious that you have no other choice than to give them a try!
Celebrate the cherry season with this Sour Cherry Jam made without pectin. Use it as a cake filling, spread it on toast, swirl it into Greek yogurt or offer it as a lovely gift to your friends and family! As the name implies it, sour cherries aren’t as sweet as other types of cherries which is why they are often referred to as tart cherries. For some, they are too tart to be eaten on their own, but with a bit of sugar and love, they become magically delicious!
Chocolate chip cookies are my go-to favorite dessert or sweet snack. These cookies have a chewy middle that will soften your heart with a few touches of crispiness from the sunflower seeds. You will fall right into the nostalgia of childhood bake sales. After a few simple steps and a quick bake, the only thing you’ll be missing is a glass of cold milk or some frothy coffee.
This Honey Beer Bread is incredibly moist and delightful! It is a simple quick bread that requires only 6 ingredients, no yeast, no kneading and no waiting. It can’t get any easier! This isn’t your typical bread recipe. The beer gives the bread a bit of a bitter taste which is then perfectly balanced by a hint of sweetness from the honey. In less than an hour, you will obtain the most delicious, cozy and comforting beer bread you’ll ever eat!