Posts Tagged ‘cinnamon’
Monday, October 24th, 2011
As soon as the weather gets cool, I am ready to start enjoying my homemade “egg nog”. I think this year it was actually early October that I made my first cup because we had an unusual cold-snap for a few days, and the instinct kicked in. We had a huge rain storm throughout the [...]
Wednesday, March 30th, 2011
Have you ever priced out muesli before? It is pretty crazy how much stores/companies charge for “Swiss Muesli” or “Alpine Muesli”. Honestly, the ingredients are not that expensive, and it is super easy to make. Not many companies make a gluten-free version of it though, so a few years ago I started creating the muesli [...]
Thursday, March 10th, 2011
I lucked out at Vitamin Cottage again the other day. More $1 bags of organic apples… So I bought two. I recreated my Raw Apple Sauce recipe and then decided to whip up an old favorite: Mele in Cartoccio. I first discovered this recipe while I was living in Florence, Italy. I used to collect [...]
Tuesday, January 25th, 2011
Ever since I moved out West, I have been a big fan of Vitamin Cottage. I find it more down-to-earth than Whole Foods, and with better prices on most items…and has more gluten-free, health geared options than Trader Joe’s. So, a large percentage of my shopping is completed here… But I am definitely one to [...]
Wednesday, January 12th, 2011
Today is officially the second anniversary of my blog, and a celebration of another year of big changes. Welcome to my “new home” at Nourish the Budding Lotus. Many changes came about in 2010, and as a way to step forward with those changes, I have decided to move my blog and integrate it with [...]
Wednesday, December 8th, 2010
Squash, spices, citrus… This cake warms my belly and my soul every time I taste it. I have been playing with the recipe ever since Thanksgiving and I think I have found the perfect combination of ingredients.
Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
My friends started to consume bee pollen recently, and have turned me onto this amazing superfood. If you haven’t tried bee pollen before I definitely suggest it. A smoothie is a great way to acclimate to the unique flavors of bee pollen and to get a powerhouse of nutrients for breakfast, or a snack!