Tag "Baking"

baking

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

This recipe was introduced on our instagram page (do you follow us @sweetpotatochronicles) to rave reviews. We actually couldn’t believe the response. Well, we sort of could because, holy God,

Fruits

Coconut Chocolate Banana Bread

Whose got a kid addicted to Musical.ly? Raise your hand. I know, I do, too. Well, actually she’s not super addicted any more, but, boy, it’s not my favourite. I’m

Spring

We heart Lemon in the Spring

Nobody likes lemon anything more than my mom. She’s such a fan of the sunny citrus that many of the rooms in my childhood home are painted some shade of

Chocolate

We Love Baking Our Valentine’s

The factory of school Valentine’s is in full swing. In anticipation of tomorrow’s holiday, Scarlett is working away on the crafts she needs to bring to school. As a family,

The Holidays

Penotti Cookie Butter Pennies with Hazelnut Spread

I’m not exactly sure how it started but three times a year (Valentine’s, Halloween and Christmas) I throw a cookie decorating party for Scarlett and a small group of her

Grains & Rice

Maple Butter and Rosemary Scones

In the run up to the holidays, I love to imagine all the fancy cocktail parties and open houses I’m going to host. But you know what? It gives me

Fall

Baking with Fall’s Bounty on Global’s The Morning Show

We love visiting our friends each month at Global’s The Morning Show but this week we had a whole lot of laughs when our segment was taken over by an

Grains & Rice

Banana Oat Cardamom Muffins

Do you follow us on Instagram? If so, you know we sometimes debut recipes there before we get them to the site. Ceri and I are constantly recipe testing/fine-tuning and

Summer

Our Top 5 Blueberry Recipes

It’s blueberry season so what are you waiting for? You need to bake something and we have our top five most delish recipes using the bursting with goodness, sweet little

Articles

10 Delicious Things to Cook in June

Well, hello June! It’s soooo good to see you and all the lovely produce you brought with you. It’s great to see local cucumber, rhubarb and strawberries start piling into