logo
Food Advertising by
How to Make Haskapa Lime Milkshakes + Video
Jul03

How to Make Haskapa Lime Milkshakes + Video

Haskapa Lime Milkshakes are unbelievable delicious and a bright, refreshing treat any time of day, any day of the week. Sweet & tangy haskap, kicked up with lime, in a creamy drink that’s the most gorgeous shade of pink you’ve ever seen, these milkshakes will be a hit with the kids & adults alike. Haskapa Lime Milkshakes: I use Haskap Jam & Haskap Juice in these shakes and these amazing products are made with...

Read More
How to Make Napa Valley Blood Orange Buttermilk Salad Dressing + Video
Jul31

How to Make Napa Valley Blood Orange Buttermilk Salad Dressing + Video

I can’t wait to show you How to Make Napa Valley Blood Orange Buttermilk Salad Dressing. The Napa Valley Vinegar Co. Blood Orange Vinegar that I use in my recipe contains real blood orange puree, which enhances the flavor of the dressing in such a way that the little orange bits cling to all salad ingredients so you get a burst of orange in every mouthful. The buttermilk mellows out the vinegar, but still allows a delicious tang...

Read More
How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains + Video
May05

How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains + Video

I’m going to show you How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains and what a great side dish or appetizer these tasty little chunks of goodness are. How to Bake Buttermilk Plantains: A change from the commonly served side dishes and what a delicious snack – quick to prepare and nutritious. Type: Side Dish or Appetizer Prep Time: 5 min Bake Time: 15 – 20 min Yield: 4 servings The ingredients & instructions are listed below...

Read More
How to Make Hemp Milk + Video
Jan12

How to Make Hemp Milk + Video

Hemp is causing a stir as a super-food these days, and I’m sharing with you a recipe for how to make Hemp Milk. RELAX, it’s not marijuana! The hemp plant is a cousin to that which is “up in smoke.” Furthermore, hemp contains protein with 9 essential amino acids, and is considered a super-food in its own right. If “we” increase hemp production, it could just save the world from starvation &...

Read More
National Chocolate Milk Day – Celebrate the Goodness
Sep27

National Chocolate Milk Day – Celebrate the Goodness

National Chocolate Milk Day is on our agenda today, and we’re glad it is so tasty! Milk, or regular evaporated whole milk has 50% of the moisture content removed. Pasteurization is a controlled heating & cooling process preventing milk born diseases, and is a necessary treatment for milk producers to perform on our milk before we purchase it. Chocolate milk contains chocolate syrup to obtain the delicious chocolatey flavor,...

Read More
National Chocolate Milkshake Day: How to Make Chocolate Milkshakes
Sep12

National Chocolate Milkshake Day: How to Make Chocolate Milkshakes

Happy Chocolate Milkshake Day! Chocolate Milkshakes are one of my all-time favorite treats… As a youngster, living on a farm, it didn’t take much to encourage me to go out with my Dad, in one of his trucks to enjoy a delicious chocolate milkshake on Friday evenings. We would sit in an old fashioned diner-type restaurant about 8 miles or so from home. The shakes were served in huge, glass containers and made right in front...

Read More
Lower Fat: How to Make Milk Glaze for Desserts
Sep11

Lower Fat: How to Make Milk Glaze for Desserts

Sometimes, a heavy icing is just unnecessary for dessert treats both baked and unbaked. Here is an alternative to those higher fat glazes you can opt to make for your sweets, and save a little on those dastardly love handles we carry around – Milk Glaze. Perfect for topping Hot Cross Buns, drizzled over berries, or atop Rice Krispie treats you’re eating right away. Such a simple recipe, and perfect for those times you...

Read More
National Hot Cross Bun Day: How to Bake Hot Cross Buns with Milk Glaze
Sep11

National Hot Cross Bun Day: How to Bake Hot Cross Buns with Milk Glaze

Did you know that today is National Hot Cross Bun Day? Well, in the USA it is… Someone might mention “Hot Cross Buns” and this little ditty of a nursery rhyme pops into memory immediately! Hot Cross Buns. Hot Cross Buns. One a penny, two a penny. Hot Cross Buns! They are so silky, big & fluffy hiding their tasty, little morsels of goodness inside. Whether toasted or plain, they’re great! Typically made for...

Read More
How to Make Strawberry Buttermilk Ice Cream + Video
Jul18

How to Make Strawberry Buttermilk Ice Cream + Video

Bringing you some summertime sweetness to your life… What sounds tastier right now than homemade Strawberry Buttermilk Ice Cream? Yeah, I don’t know either… The buttermilk allows you to create a delicious treat that’s low in fat. Buttermilk is actually 1% milk fat, and it tastes tangy, provides creaminess and thickness, without all those extra calories. Yay, us! I tried to use my brand new Rival Ice Cream Maker...

Read More
Sweetened Condensed Milk in my Tea
Apr23

Sweetened Condensed Milk in my Tea

How do you like your morning tea? As you know, I love tea. It’s one of my favorite indulgences, and I’m very specific on how I like my tea, especially my staple, orange pekoe black tea, PG Tips. I like it the same way every time, except on rare occasions.  Typically, I have 2 sugars and a quick drop of milk. However, when I’m in a “mood” or we are out of milk in the refrigerator, I will venture into the...

Read More
How to Cook Sour Cherry Buttermilk Pancakes with Damson Plum Syrup
Oct31

How to Cook Sour Cherry Buttermilk Pancakes with Damson Plum Syrup

Breakfast should be fun! Experiment with tasty flavors and check and see what you have in your pantry. When I think of making pancakes, I check to see what kind of fruit we have on hand. Today, I chose dried sour cherries to make breakfast more exciting! Type: Breakfast Serve With: Damson Plum Syrup Prep Time: 8 minutes Cook Time: 12 minutes Yield: 8 large pancakes Pancake Ingredients: 1 cup all-purpose flour – or 1/4 cup whole wheat,...

Read More
How to Scald Milk for Baking
Oct14

How to Scald Milk for Baking

Don’t worry…Many people don’t know what it means to scald milk. In fact, it’s somewhat of an outdated practice unless you’re a serious baker. However, there was a reason why scalding milk was important back in the day. Firstly, it killed any potentially harmful bacteria that was in the milk. Secondly, it destroyed enzymes that keep milk from thickening in recipes. Nowadays, scalding is unnecessary because...

Read More

How to Bake Pastel de Tres Leches: Three Milk Cake

My good friend, Melania McCarley, from Dallas, Texas has made us this delicious treat a few times when we’ve visited her home. She is Costa Rican and creates really tantalizing tidbits like chimichurri, also known as pico de gallo (be sure to click that link for her original recipe). However, she really outdoes herself when it comes to dessert. Melania gave me her recipe for Tres Leches, but I couldn’t find where I put it...

Read More
logo
Food Advertising by