Finally it's time for pumpkin pie! Not that we can't enjoy at other time of the year, but when the air is crisp, the leaves are turning red and a light jacket is needed to walk the dog, it is time to fill the house with the sweet smell of a pumpkin pie baking away… Continue reading Perfect classic pumpkin pie
I found this recipe in an old issue of Canadian House & Garden magazine and since the first batch I baked, I could not stop thinking of these muffins every time I sip my coffee in a lazy and sunny Sunday morning. Or in any other day, actually. Perfection. The story behind is that this… Continue reading My ever glorious morning glory muffin
So happy that pretty things have come together in this almost one year of blogging and this is my 100th post! I've learned so much about food, blogging and myself, met wonderful people and made my family healthier and happier with my cooking. Goal achieved and enthusiasm increased! So I chose a chocolate and honey… Continue reading Chocolate, honey and ginger fragrant squares (Pão de mel) and my 100th post!
Days are getting longer here in this side of the hemisphere and the hint of spring is everywhere. The feel good post hibernation is back and so I decided to celebrate it with serious Morning glory muffins. Believe me you'll feel more alive after eating them! they're loaded with so much: bananas, apples, cranberries, coconut,… Continue reading Spring in the air with Whole grain Morning glory muffins
Finally I got some very ripe bananas to try out Martha Stewart's muffin recipes. Once again, Ms Stewart was so on top of things for this recipe, always properly tested, the muffins turned out perfect and delicious, as everything that comes out of her empire. Anyway, ripe bananas, whole wheat flour, brown sugar, that can… Continue reading Healthy banana muffins