Tagged with whole wheat flour

Apple carrot spice muffins

This isn’t a new recipe, but an addition to an old one. An improvement, even. A few weeks ago, I had some of these: And it was cold and colorless outside, and I was wishing it were fall. Fall is my very favorite food season. You have easy access to things like pumpkin beer, you … Continue reading

Chicken noodle casserole

One of my favorite comfort foods growing up was tuna noodle casserole (or tuna-noona, as my sister is still fond of calling it). But alas, I married a man with an aversion to seafood. His aversion, to be precise, is of the hives-and-throat-closing variety. (Actually, I have no idea what happens if he eats seafood, … Continue reading

Thanksgiving appetizers

I think that one key to pulling off a successful Thanksgiving dinner is to make sure that people are fed prior to sitting down for the big meal. Of course, there’s a bit of a science to it–you don’t want to serve too many snacks so that nobody is hungry by the time the turkey … Continue reading

Pumpkin stew

As far as I’m concerned, the best thing about stew is that it has all the benefits of soup, plus it’s hearty enough to fill you up as a meal. Recently I was perusing recipes on SparkPeople and found one for Spiced pumpkin soup. It gave me an idea: why not use pumpkin as the … Continue reading

Carrot spice muffins

Fall’s in full swing, as we all know, and a few of the blogs I read are living it up by baking every possible pumpkin thing they can come up with. Mouthwatering examples can be found here and here–please promise me you’ll come back if you click those links! There may not be any pumpkin … Continue reading