As you’ve learned from several of my previous posts — I HATE to roll out pie crust! As a result, this crust that presses right into the pan is one of my favorites! –Mellyn Continue reading
Chewy and sweet and easy to assemble. They are great for long trips or short car rides. I make up 2 or 3 batches at a time. I like to wrap them individually to make them more portable, but honestly about 1/2 of a batch is usually gobbled up too fast to wrap. Continue reading
My husband has high cholesterol, so over the years, I’ve learned to cook with more beans and less red meat. A couple of years ago, we received a handout that had a recipe for bean burgers that was surprisingly good. This is our version, since of course we had to change it a bit. My older daughter, who detests real hamburgers, loves these! –Mellyn
Adapted from a recipe by Julia L.
Oatmeal is so nutritious and good for you at breakfast time, but some days I just crave cold cereal –that’s when it’s granola to the rescue! Over the last few years, we’ve dramatically cut back on cold cereal, replacing it in large part with…drum roll, please…granola. We have 2 favorite flavors. This first one is similar to what my mom used to make when I was a kid and has a nutty, coconut-y flavor.–Mellyn
From Julie L.
These are some of my all-time favorite muffins! I like to double or even triple the batter. It’ll keep for several days in the refrigerator in an airtight container. Don’t stir it after storing –just pour and use. We like them for breakfast with butter and jam or as a side with corn chowder for dinner. The kids also eat them for snacks. Good eats! –Mellyn Continue reading
These little cakes are easy to assemble and quick to cook. Since they’re small, they heat quickly and make a great “I forgot to pull something out for dinner!” fix. Continue reading