The smell of this lovely warm bread filled the house with its notes of honey, wheat, & hemp. I got excited about having a slice or two with the stew I had made, and boy I was not disappointed once it was dinner time. This is a rather heavy and dense bread but it is perfect with a stew or even a soup on a chilly day. Its slightly sweet, a touch salty, and best severed warm. It would be amazing with some hemp butter or even honey butter to accent both in the bread… or even some hemp butter with a drizzle of honey as a sweet treat. I am for sure going to have to add this recipe into my Make Again category. It was so simple and very yummy!
Crunchy tomato mozzarella bread with warm delicious fried eggs that have a different twist to them. This meal is great for cold evenings, first thing in the morning or even a quick lunch for those who are pressed for time. It is hearty and filling so even the hubs approved of the meal.
This is one of my go-to soups for cold weather, and it is a family favorite. It is both hardy and flavorful, perfect when paired with some warm biscuits out of the oven or even some focaccia bread.
Simple Ground Turkey Rigatoni Soup: [ You could even do this in a crockpot- Just cook your meat first before tossing it into the crockpot] Ground Beef or Turkey [1-5 lbs] depending on how much you want to make.
Who doesn’t love a good set it and forget it meal, I adore my crockpot during fall and winter months, it makes it so much easier to make more than one thing at a time. This crockpot pork curry was so tender it fell apart before we even really got to shredding the meat.
Soft, sweet and full of flavor, these Blueberry Muffins are a delicious go-to breakfast or snack recipe. Usually made when the season is warm they are also perfect for cold days. You can use fresh or frozen berries if they are out of season. Two bowls, one spoon and twenty minutes—done! Read on to see how to make these muffins perfect every time!
Cinnamon rolls are something every household needs in the fall and winter, so we are sharing with you our favorite recipe, that we use frequently and what better way than to kick off Mabon than in the kitchen!