Blueberry & Blackberry Crumble. © 2014 Green Kitchen Stories This is a recipe that has been going on repeat all summer in our family.
It is such a simple and tasty (vegan and gluten-free) dessert that even my dad asked for the recipe so he could bake it himself. And that says a lot, considering that my dad rarely serves any other desserts than ice cream when we are visiting. He has a summer house a bit outside Stockholm and the blueberries are literally flooding the forests around the house this time of the year. We picked the blueberries for this crumble there, which of course makes it taste extra good. We have created this youtube video for the recipe that not only demonstrates how easy it is to prepare, but also gives you a hint of how gorgeous the forest blueberries are when we pick them. Baked Blackberry & Blueberry Crumble Berry Filling:2 cups / 225 g blueberries2 cups / 225 g blackberries½ tsp ground vanilla2 tsp lemon juice1 tbsp maple syrup or honey Preheat the oven to 175°C / 350°F.
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I was waiting in line at our farmer’s market with curious baby Isac resting on my right arm and two large bunches of green and purple kale on my left and turned around to see the kind old woman that was talking to me. At first I looked down at our little pumpkin, staring at me with his big eyes and cute little hat.
But then I realized that it was the kale she was asking about. I was a bit surprised by the question, as kale has been one of the most hyped ingredients these past couple of years and you can buy it in most food stores now during the autumn. But I quickly woke up from my pompous foodie bubble. So, even though quite a few of you blog readers probably already are using kale in soups, smoothies, batters, bread, salads, pilafs, tomato sauce and as chips, I have realized that there also is a large bunch of people that still haven’t.
Today we are sharing two different ways to eat this superfood. Green Kitchen Travels + Ribollita. Our new book has finally been released in the UK and Australia!
And already next week it will be available throughout the US. We really hope that you will find it an inspiring and helpful tool in the kitchen and also something beautiful that you want to keep in your home. And who knows, it might even trigger you to save up some money (actually, most of our travels have been done on very low budget) and bring the family or friends on your own travel adventures. To celebrate the occasion, we have created this book video. We filmed one half of the video in Marrakesh last winter and the rest quite recently with a little baby boy dangling on David’s shoulder while he was filming. Apart from all the recipes (more than 90 of them), we are also quite fond of the personal stories behind many of the recipes.
You can order the book within the UK from Waterstones (at the moment they have a £5 discount) or Amazon.co.uk. The giveaway is closed. Joy the Baker Beer Brownies - Joy the Baker. I have a soft spot for brownies.
Well… actually, don’t we all? Brownies were the first thing I learned how to bake in the kitchen. My parents kept the flour, sugar, and those gnarly bars of unsweetened chocolate in a little cabinet just within reach of my little 8 year-old body. It only took me one nibble of the unsweetened chocolate to figure out that it was not at all suitable for sneak-snacking… but the box of unsweetened chocolate had step-by-step instructions on how to turn the dark blocks into something entirely delicious, aka BROWNIES! In our house filled with whole wheat fig bars and date rolls, I felt like a wizard… like an actual wizard… because I could make brownies. I still feel like a wizard. There are so many great Fall cookbooks hitting the shelves this year! One of the books I’ve been looking forward to most is The Kitchy Kitchen by Claire Thomas.
Think about it. These brownies have chocolate two ways: unsweetened cocoa powder and melted semi-sweet chocolate. Ingredients. Joy the Baker Baking Bootcamp: Apple Pie Biscuits - Joy the Baker. Baking is all about sharing.
Sharing recipes, sharing techniques, and most definitely sharing biscuits! It’s time for our second challenge in the Baking Bootcamp series with King Arthur Flour! You blew me away by baking the Triple Berry Braided Bread with me for our first challenge. Hundreds of you participated and made the most lovely loaves of bread studded with summer berries. Joy the Baker Fall 2014 Cookbooks! - Joy the Baker. Let’s start softening our butter.
Let’s stock up on brown sugar and pastry flour. We’re going to need a lot of chocolate… actually, ALL of the chocolate. Yes, we’ve got a lot of baking to do this Fall. Joy the Baker Let It Be Sunday (+Monday) - Joy the Baker. I’ve been to Ohio and back this week.
Cincinnati to be exact. I hosted a pie demonstration at the Cincinnati Food and Wine Festival where I made a pie, cracked some jokes, and made myself (if no one else) laugh. Joy the Baker Vanilla Bean Sweet Potato Waffles - Joy the Baker. It’s pretty amazing how the body’s cravings start to change as the we move through the seasons.
I sauntered (as I do…) past the sweet potatoes in the grocery store last week and they called out to me! I collected an arm load and nestled them in my basket, but wait… whaaat!? I haven’t thought of a sweet potato in months. I’ve only had eyes for watermelon, pink wine, strawberries, and other such brightly colored summer delicacies. 60 Second Chocolate Chip Cookie A la Mode. I had so much fun developing this recipe. Talk about kinda dangerous though.
This baby is baked in 60 seconds, no lie!! 40 Creative Food Hacks That Will Change The Way You Cook. Who doesn't like something that can make your life easier?
Use these cooking hacks to make cooking food a lot easier and enjoyable! We all have our favorite recipes, add these cooking hacks to your everyday recipes! 1. 50 Absolutely Irresistible Cookie Dough Recipes. Death By Oreo Cupcakes. They are probably the best Oreo cakes I have ever tried.
A lot of cake's that I have experimented with before are like a vanilla cake with bits of Oreo in them, which didn't really give them enough Oreo flavor. But these were a lot better. I used a dark chocolate fudge cake mix instead of just a regular chocolate cake mix, which went really well with the cookies and gave the cakes just a little more flavor. So, in this recipe there is Oreo's in the cake, in the frosting, and at the bottom is a Oreo surprise.
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