When my kids were very small, and there were fewer of them, I used to make this dish often. Somewhere along the line, I forgot about it. A very sad thing, because this pie is healthy, easy and tastes great. The recipe is lightly adapted from the Whole Foods for the Whole Family cookbook.
whole wheat flour
Homemade Doggie Treats
I have a young friend named Abby, who has started a business this summer making and selling homemade doggie treats. I bought some from her and told her I would feature her recipe here on Eat at Home, but I don’t have a dog or any pets at all. So, I let my daughter’s pet rock introduce the treats. And I borrowed my neighbor’s cute little dogs to sample them. Maybe you’ve got a dog you’d like to make treats for. Or maybe you’ve got a child who would like to start a little business themselves.
The other morning I woke up and realized there was no food to serve for breakfast. And I had company. (Please tell me I’m not the only person this unprepared!) These muffins came to the rescue, as they have in the past. They’re also good to fill out a meal of soup.
Whole Wheat Waffles with Honey Cinnamon Butter
Super easy to make and better for you than store-bought mixes. This recipe is adapted from the Whole Foods for the Whole Family cookbook.
Gather up your ingredients:
1 1/2 cups milk
1/4 cup oil
2 Tbs. brown sugar
2 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. salt
2 cups whole wheat flour
In a mixer bowl, put the eggs, milk, and oil. Mix until well blended. Stir the dry ingredients together and add to the mixer bowl, mixing until blended. Cook on a hot waffle iron.
While the waffles cook, gather up your Honey Cinnamon Butter ingredients: