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Sunday Recipe: Make Your Own Cold Brew Coffee

The easiest summer addiction. For coffee lovers, cold brew is summer’s nectar. You can of course buy cold brew systems, or end up with an expensive coffee shop addiction, but really all you need for delicious cold brew is a good coffee roast and a French press. The key is letting […]

Sunday Recipe: How to Make Your Own Granola

Bringing new meaning to the term “granola girl.” Food tip of the week: never buy granola ever again. It’s one of the easiest things to make yourself, and because it stores well, you can make up a big batch and have enough for many breakfasts to come. The other great […]

Sunday Recipe: Spicy Roasted Chickpeas with Lime

Better than popcorn. There has been a lot of talk about the benefits of popcorn, but what about other worthy snacks that are quick to make and pack some taste? Start with these roasted chickpeas. The recipe is simple and straightforward and the end result is easily transportable, perfect for […]

Sunday Recipe: Beet Pesto

Move over basil. My mother is known for always having a couple of homemade spreads on hand. In fact, if we’re out of pesto to put on open faced sandwiches in the morning (we’re Swedish after all) she has been known to make a fresh batch at 6 a.m. Completely […]

Sunday Recipe: Peanut Butter Cookies

Flourless, sweet and salty goodness. Short on time and ingredients? These gluten free cookies are as easy as a jar of peanut butter sitting in your pantry and an egg in the refrigerator. They can also be made quick enough that you can have them finished before your morning coffee […]

Sunday Brunch: Mascarpone, Nutella, and Fresh Berry Toasts

We know what you’ll be making for brunch today.  Remember when you first discovered Nutella? A friend or relative who had spent some time in Europe probably said something along the lines of, “they have this amazing spreadable chocolate.” You went and tracked down a jar at some hole-in-the-wall import […]

Sunday Recipe: Mustard and Dill Potato Chips

Skipped the bagged version and add some dill. During the summer season, there’s always room for a light appetizer. Instead of putting out a bowl of chips or a junky bag at your next dinner party, make your own. The mustard and dill dressing is a classic Swedish recipe that […]

Sunday Brunch: Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls

Whip up these delicious gluten-free versions of the traditional cinnamon roll.  Many of us have a Christmas morning tradition, and for one of our favorite food bloggers, Shauna James Ahern of Gluten Free Girl, it’s cinnamon rolls. These rolls happen to be 100% gluten free and are sure to please a […]

Sunday Recipe: Fig and Almond Energy Bites

Forget the oven, just mix and roll. These Fig and Almond Energy Bites are quick, easy, and don’t involve any baking. They go just as well with an afternoon bike ride or post-run recovery snack as they do with a Sunday evening movie. This is cookie dough without the need […]

Sunday Recipe: Tofu Scramble

A catchall recipe for everyone, tofu scramble just may become your go to Sunday brunch. “What’s for brunch?” It’s a common, lazy Sunday morning question in my home. When my boyfriend asks, I grin with a wink, and he knows what’s coming. Tofu scramble. There’s something about this recipe that […]

Sunday Recipe: Fig and Almond Energy Bites

Forget the oven, just mix and roll. These Fig and Almond Energy Bites are quick, easy, and don’t involve any baking. They go just as well with an afternoon bike ride or post-run recovery snack as they do with a Sunday evening movie. This is cookie dough without the need […]

Sunday Recipe: Eggplant-Zucchini Lasagna with Fontina

A vegetarian version of a dinner classic.  In need of some dinner inspiration? Today’s Sunday Recipe comes to us from Cara Eisenpress of Big Girls Small Kitchen, who makes this delicious vegetarian version of lasagna, perfect for serving to a family or at a gathering of friends.

Sunday Recipe: Swedish Apple Cake

Putting apple harvest to good use. When the first Gravenstein apples start to fall from our tree in late August, I pull out this recipe, Brita Nelsons Äppelkaka. I got it in 1970 from a friend (the cake’s namesake) when I still lived in Sweden. It is written with a […]

Sunday Recipe: 5 Seed Crackers with Olive and Cilantro Tapenade

A cracker that’s jam-packed with everything that’s good for you. I recently found myself in an upscale grocery store pulling an overpriced box of “Flackers” down from the shelf. There was a dinner party and I was out of time, but let’s be honest: crackers are the last thing you […]

Sunday Recipe: Make Your Own Cold Brew Coffee

The easiest summer addiction. For coffee lovers, cold brew is summer’s nectar. You can of course buy cold brew systems, or end up with an expensive coffee shop addiction, but really all you need for delicious cold brew is a good coffee roast and a French press. The key is letting […]

Sunday Brunch: Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls

Whip up these delicious gluten-free versions of the traditional cinnamon roll.  Many of us have a Christmas morning tradition, and for one of our favorite food bloggers, Shauna James Ahern of Gluten Free Girl, it’s cinnamon rolls. These rolls happen to be 100% gluten free and are sure to please a […]

Sunday Recipe: The Best Birthday Cake Ever

So decadent it could only be for celebrating a birthday.  Who ever said it was sad to make your own birthday cake was wrong. Here’s the thing about baking your own birthday cake: it ensures that you are in full control of what you are eating to celebrate your day. […]

Sunday Recipe: Mustard and Dill Potato Chips

Skipped the bagged version and add some dill. During the summer season, there’s always room for a light appetizer. Instead of putting out a bowl of chips or a junky bag at your next dinner party, make your own. The mustard and dill dressing is a classic Swedish recipe that […]

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Sunday Recipe: The Best Birthday Cake Ever

So decadent it could only be for celebrating a birthday.  Who ever said it was sad to make your own birthday cake was wrong. Here’s the thing about baking your own birthday cake: it ensures that you are in full control of what you are eating to celebrate your day. […]

Sunday Recipe: Swedish Apple Cake

Putting apple harvest to good use. When the first Gravenstein apples start to fall from our tree in late August, I pull out this recipe, Brita Nelsons Äppelkaka. I got it in 1970 from a friend (the cake’s namesake) when I still lived in Sweden. It is written with a […]

Sunday Recipe: How to Make Your Own Granola

Bringing new meaning to the term “granola girl.” Food tip of the week: never buy granola ever again. It’s one of the easiest things to make yourself, and because it stores well, you can make up a big batch and have enough for many breakfasts to come. The other great […]

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