Magically Moist Apple Cake with Butter Rum Raisin Glaze

GET READY TO BRING THIS MAGICAL APPLE CAKE RECIPE TO LIFE IN YOUR KITCHEN   Move over every apple cake recipe you’ve ever made because there’s a new apple cake in town and it’s bringing along that magically moist bite that all cakes should boast about. This is a simple apple cake that is unbelievably moist because I combined two everyday pantry ingredients that seem to marry well together, organic coconut oil and homemade applesauce. The best part about this recipe is that it bakes a thick apple cake and six large muffins in one batch which is perfect for those of you on the go or for the kids. If you’re looking for a dessert to bring to a back-yard summer party this is a wonderful treat because you won’t have to worry about the frosting melting under the sun. Related: Homemade Cherry Rhubarb Apple Sauce I personally enjoyed the muffins at work for breakfast or a snack when I didn’t have time to prepare something at home because I was running late. Even our son who is particular about the muffins he eats devoured this apple cake and asked for seconds using baby sign language that we taught […]

Sweet and Sour Meatballs with Pineapple

FOR ALL THOSE TIMES YOU WANT COMFORT FOOD THAT SENDS YOU INTO YUM MODE…PICK THIS RECIPE!   Don’t pass by this recipe frugal foodie fans because sweet and sour meatballs are on the menu and I’m almost certain I’ll have you wrapped around a bowl by the end of this recipe. Everyone loves meatballs unless your vegetarian and unfortunately this is a meat-lovers recipe today. One meal my family just loves including our toddler is sweet and sour meatballs over garlic fried rice. Over the years my wife and I have experimented with various kinds of meatballs but always go back to the tried and true original Nonna’s Italian meatball recipe. The great thing about having a standard meatball recipe is that you can use it as a base to add other flavours on top like we did with the sweet and sour sauce that has brown sugar, ketchup, Franks Red Hot Sauce, sweet pineapple and few other ingredients that bring together a delicious sweet yet sour coating for the meatballs. Meatballs are delicious fried or baked on their own, soaking in pasta sauce, dripping in a honey garlic glaze or coated in sweet and sour sauce. Sweet and sour […]

Mozzarella Bacon Bomb Lettuce Wrap Dippers (Low Carb)

CHEESY BACON FLAVOURS BURSTING IN YOUR MOUTH!   Get ready to experience these Mozzarella Bacon Bomb Lettuce Wrap Dippers! These little beauties packed with flavour are the perfect party food or starters for a dinner party and they won’t cost you a fortune like other appetizers will. When my wife had this idea to fry frozen mozzarella I thought she was on to something good especially when she said we were going to wrap the sticks in bacon. Ketogenic recipes for low-carb diets are what we are testing out these days although we tend to change them to suit my wife’s tastes. She is a huge fan of spices but since eating bacon is a big deal on the Atkins low-carb diet she no longer uses salt at all. Recipes with bacon always turn out good no matter what and that’s the truth. Bacon can do no wrong and pretty much will match up with just about anything. I’ll admit these Mozzarella Bacon Bomb Lettuce Wraps really were hard for me to stop eating even though they weren’t for me. In total one of these Mozzarella Bacon Bomb Lettuce Wraps come in at around 1.50g net carbs each according to […]

Leftover Turkey Pot Pie with Cranberry Topping

SWITCH UP RECIPES INTO PIES   When I have tonnes of turkey leftovers after any holiday one of my favourite recipes to make is this creamy Turkey Pot Pie with a vibrant Cranberry topping. I don’t know many people who are able to eat an entire turkey at one dinner sitting which means turkey leftovers are either transformed or put in the freezer until it’s needed. If you’re anything like me and just cooked a large turkey for Christmas, finding new ways of using up the turkey leftovers is a must. I love to find ways to use my leftover turkey which includes such under-used ingredients such as homemade jams, jellies and chutney which are delicious. In the past I have transformed leftover turkey into turkey turnovers,  teriyaki turkey chunks, turkey chili, turkey curry, turkey soup and even turkey and pumpkin lasagna. My plan was to use the turkey leftovers and the cranberry sauce that’s been sitting in the refrigerator since Christmas dinner to make an all-in-one pot pie. Today I am going to show you how to make my buttery, flakey, Turkey Pot Pie mixed with a gorgeous bechamel sauce and topped with a delicious homemade Cranberry sauce. Once […]

Amazing Pumpkin Scones With Pumpkin Spice Icing

THIS IS WHAT YOU DO WITH PUMPKIN PUREE   As soon as October hits all we see is pumpkin this, that and everything else in our social media feeds. Well I’m sharing with you these moist Pumpkin Scones because you WILL Love them, especially if you are a Fall pumpkin fanatic like I am. I heard Starbucks has a pretty amazing pumpkin scone and judging by the amount of people who loved my Starbucks-like lemon loaf you can trust me that this pumpkin scone is just as amazing. I know I’m tooting my horn but they are that good. Growing up in the UK we had scones (also known as tea biscuits) quite often because they are so easy to make and you can flavour them with just about anything you like. My mum made scones at least once a week and the basic scone recipe is probably one of the first she ever taught me. While out with a colleague at a local coffee shop that sells top of the line bakery items I purchased a coffee and one of their pumpkin scones. I truly was in another place when I was eating that pumpkin scone and I knew […]

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