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Giant Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls With Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting

These ooey-gooey sourdough cinnamon rolls are extra soft and stretchy due to their generous size and many many layers of buttery cinnamon sugar filling! I set out to create the perfect sourdough cinnamon roll. One that wasn’t cloyingly sweet or made with questionable ingredients. One that had the tender doughiness of an authentic rich dough. …

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Probiotic Coconut Mango Lassi Popsicles

Popsicle season is officially here. There will be long afternoons in the shade of the porch. There will be days at the river and lake. And there will be probiotic coconut mango lassi popsicles! This new popsicle flavor will have everyone begging for another! Mango lassis are creamy, sweet, and tangy.  What Is a Lassi? …

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Dark Chocolate Dipped Fudgesicles

These creamy-dreamy, dark chocolate dipped fudgesicles will become your sinfully delicious treat for hot summer days. Don’t let summer pass you by without indulging in this real-food fudgesicle dipped in smooth dark chocolate. The recipe is rich in real fats and sweetened with just a touch of maple syrup. Chocolate lovers rejoice! This real-food fudgesicle …

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Sourdough Okonomiyaki – Savory Japanese Pancakes

Traditional Japanese okonomiyaki pancakes get a sourdough makeover. Okonomiyaki is a griddle-cooked pancake made with a savory, egg-based, wheat flour and cabbage batter. Okonomiyaki can be customized with endless seafood, meat, vegetable, and traditional Japanese toppings.  Here’s a little-known fact about me — I’ve visited the tradition-rich Kansai region of Japan and eaten real okonomiyaki from …

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Potassium-Rich Chia and Buckwheat Banana Bread – Gluten Free, Egg Free, Dairy Free

You can bake amazing, gluten-free, allergen-friendly, potassium-rich banana bread with buckwheat flour! Buckwheat is not actually wheat at all, it is the potassium-rich inner kernel of a plant in the rhubarb and sorrel family, therefore it is naturally gluten free and a perfect grain substitute for wheat-sensitive populations.  Buckwheat flour has a nice fibrous texture …

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Raw-Honey-Sweetened Cranberry Sauce With Fresh Orange and Thyme

The color of this cranberry sauce is simply stunning. But it’s the flavors that will have your guests asking for the recipe! I take a few of the best ingredients of the season and combine them in an organic and thoughtful way to create a sauce that has a bright, zippy, herbaceous flavor that will …

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Cinnamon, Apple, and Honey-Butter Caramel Popcorn Balls

Popcorn balls need to make a dramatic comeback. This is their chance! For this recipe I took freshly popped crispy popcorn, coated it in honey-butter caramel sauce, then added some salt, cinnamon, and diced dried apples to make a popcorn treat that tastes like popcorn apple pie.  Popcorn Balls With the Flavors of Fall When …

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Sesame Seed Sourdough Starter Batter Crackers

This isn’t my first rodeo with sourdough starter batter crackers. I started making them back in the winter of 2018. I had been experimenting with drying Sourdough Crepes in the oven to get a slightly sweet cracker when the idea for a batter-style cracker hit me. I have to admit, it’s been one of my …

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Sourdough Potato Pancakes – Fully Fermented and Tummy Friendly

Potato pancakes, aka latkes, are one of my favorite comfort foods. When I was young my mother served up the gluey, chewy, potato pancakes from a box mix. They are delicious in their own right, but honestly they have nothing on my sourdough potato pancakes. My sourdough version uses an easy overnight leaven (thick batter) …

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Hot Buttered Apple Sauce With Cinnamon and Nutmeg

A few years ago in my recipe group on Facebook I posted a picture of myself eating a bowl of hot apple sauce with lots of butter. The comment went something like this, “If you aren’t eating your apple sauce hot with butter and cinnamon then you aren’t living!” I was pretty shocked at the …

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Real Sourdough Pita Bread

Pita bread will always hold a special place in my heart. I grew up near one of America’s most iconic falafel restaurants,  Falafel’s Drive In! This place hits all the right notes. From big, spicy, falafel sandwiches, to creamy hummus served with crisp veggies, to heavily spiced lamb, to the sweet and sticky traditional baklava, every …

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Overnight Sourdough English Muffins – A Long Fermentation for Better Digestibility

I bet you can guess why I love English muffins! Yep, all those nooks and crannies, little empty pools, perfect for catching all the melted butter! This easy recipe ferments and rises overnight at room temperature so you awaken to a soft, manageable dough. In the morning roll out the dough, cut out the muffins, …

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