he root veggies are caramelized and mixed with kale, quinoa, pistachios and dried apricots. It is the perfect vegan buddha bowl to nourish your soul and body.
Chocolate cupcakes with espresso buttercream is the perfect marriage of flavors. The buttercream has just a hint of espresso, providing the perfect complement to chocolate.
Tabbouleh or tabouli is a traditional Lebanese salad known for it’s fresh taste, health benefits and is a popular Mediterranean Diet choice.
How to make the perfect empanada dough that can hold all of your fillings, but not take away from the flavor, while having no soggy bottoms!
Apple, pomegranate, golden raisins and goat cheese top this delicious kale salad. Enjoy by itself or as a starter. Either way, you’re going to want more!
This rich and wholesome vegetarian pot pie is filled with a mushroom gravy in a homemade flaky crust. It’s so good, it’s worth all the carbs!
Baked oatmeal bars with banana and nutella is so easy to make, it just takes ingredients
you probably already have, one bowl and 25 minutes the oven.
After that, you can enjoy oatmeal bars all week. How is that for easy meal planing?
This Mint Chocolate Lava Cake recipe combines the warm gooey chocolate richness of a lava cake with a refreshing cool taste of mint. This recipe can be made for 2, 4 or 6 people.
This festive holiday dark chocolate bark with strawberries and almonds is the perfect blend of rich, sweet and salty.
Pasta Puttanesca is worth every sinfully garlic, salty, and spicy bite! (and ready in 30 minutes!). It’s so good that I dare say, make it for your date and you will never be single again!
This ultimate antioxidant detox salad has every color in the rainbow, is nutrient dense, delicious and nutritious.
Making sea salt caramels is so easy! These caramels are a combination of smooth and sweet. The sea salt makes these caramels perfect and you will want more!
Homemade Cream of Mushroom Soup has a rich flavor and is so easy to make, you will never buy mushroom soup from the can again!
Butterscotch Budino with Salted Caramel Recipe.
A budino is an Italian pudding that is rich in flavor, smooth in texture and sure to wow at any table!
There is only one word to describe double chocolate chip cookies with M&M’s — YUMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!
These cookies are rich, fudgy, and sure to put a smile on your face. What is better, they take less than 35 minutes from start to finish and you will be saying YUMMMMMMMMMMMM!!
This easy yeast bread recipe is perfect for beginners. It contains ingredients you probably already have in your house and can be ready in 3 hours (that’s pretty fast in the world of bread making).
Nadiya Hussain’s delicious Crown Bread is easier to make than you might think. I will show you step by step how to make this savory and decadent bread!
Using Paul Hollywood’s Cob Recipe, you can create 2 – 4 soup worthy bread bowls! These bread bowls are perfect for soup on a cold day, or really any day!
Chocolate macarons with espresso are melt in your mouth nuggets of French perfection, even if they are not perfect looking!
This recipe and instructions are perfect for beginners. I am a beginner too and you can learn from my trials and tribulations.
Colorado style green chile – A rich hearty style of green chile that is slow simmered with fire roasted tomato’s, giving it a flavor that distinguishes it from other versions of green chile.
Authentic New Mexico Red Chile Sauce. This Spicy New Mexico Red Chile Sauce is perfect for eggs, huevos rancheros, burrito’s, stuffed poblano peppers and so much more! I like it on pretty much everything!
Easy bread recipe. Just mix four ingredients and let the yeast do all the work for you! Bake the bread the next day in a dutch oven for a perfect soft on the inside and crusty on the outside bread!
This easy biscuit recipe makes soft fluffy, perfect biscuits in less than 30 minutes. These biscuits are great as is, with gravy, or in pot pie!
Cinnamon Roll Recipe – The ugly delicious way to make imperfect, but perfectly amazing cinnamon rolls.
Cheddar and Chive Biscuit — GBBO S1, E2, Challenge 1 I have to ask what is a biscuit? In America they are great fluffy things that we drown in gravy. It’s heaven. But in England I thought they were crackers, so I choose a cheddar and rosemary biscuit from Season 1, Episode 2. I was […]
GBBO Season 1, Episode 1, Show Stopper Challenge: This challenge coincided perfectly with my grandson’s fourth birthday. He picked out this cake from a few pictures and I was so excited to try and bake it for him. To make this I combined a few recipes and I added in strawberry jam. My thought was […]
GBBO Season 1, Episode 1, Technical Challenge In all Great British Baking show competitions the second challenge is the technical challenge. The first ever was the Victoria Sandwich. I guess this is a sweet treat Queen Victoria liked with her afternoon tea. Being American I had never heard of it prior to the show and […]
The cake is so easy to make and was perfect for a hot summer day.
In early July we said goodbye to our sweet beagle Hankie Poo. I was crushed. I remember sitting on the couch and surfing the channels, but all the shows sounded so heavy and I wanted something lighter. Than I decided to tune into The Great British Baking Show. I had seen the title for years […]
Hello, welcome to my blog about my life on Westerly Creek. It’s filled with recipes of food I love, mostly vegetarian and vegan with the occasional pescatarian (seafood) recipe.
I have also become hooked on The Great British Baking show and I am trying to bake my way though the show one bake at a time. Follow along as I experience just how different baking is from cooking.