Feb 19, 2006

Sunday Night Blog Surfing

It's Sunday night and the kiddos are tucked into bed so I've been surfing blogs, just seeing what's going on out there with my fellow bloggers. I found some really great posts... just thought I'd share :)

When I saw Nic's Strawberry Whole Wheat Panckaes they really caught my eye because I have a lot of strawberries thanks to a friend and I've been trying to use whole wheat flour in my baking lately so those are at the top of my list to try for breakfast. Speaking of strawberries, I found a very interesting recipe for Strawberry-Lavendar Muffins over at Milk & Honey. Sounds wonderful!

Another breakfast recipe I plan to make is Anna's Small Batch Crunchy Granola, it looks really good and I needed a recipe that makes just a little granola since the kids don't care for it this recipe will work great for me.

Of course I can never pass up a great dessert recipe, especially one that is inexpensive to make. I found Joe's Creamy Key Lime Bars to be just that kind of recipe and have it on my list to make. I may change the fruit, depending on what I have on hand but I love the basic recipe and by the looks of it, it will be VERY good indeed!

I found three great new (to me anyhow) foodie blogs this week. 28 chefs, Erin Eats and Domestic Diva in Training all have great recipes and I've added them to my blogroll.

Kalyn has the most amazing looking cauliflower recipe today. I'm really eager to try it because I will do ANYTHING to get my hubby and kids to eat more vegetables :) Plus I love cauliflower so I need to excuse to try a new recipe.

I'm always looking for ways to make things from scratch. I found a great post on Mahanandi on how to make homemade coconut milk. And Darla has an awesome sounding recipe for homemade marshamllows. I know my kids will enjoy that one.

I also found some yummy looking potato recipes to try.... and some quick and frugal recipe ideas to get meals on the table in a hurry.... AND some awesome kitchen tips and hints.

Looks like I have a lot of new things to try, I'm hoping to squeeze in a few this week!

3 comments:

Kalyn said...

Hey, thanks for mentioning me. I promise, this cauliflower is delicious. Hope they like it.

Erin Eats said...

Wow, thanks for the mention, my blog is so new, I wasn't expecting people to find it already. Now I have to go back and read all of the links you provided. Thanks again!

Michele said...

You're welcome Kalyn and Erin, I love both your blogs. Erin, it doesn't take long for all us foodies to find ya :)