I found this recipe on the back of on Ocean Spray Craisins packet and thought hmm that sounds good. And good it is! A simple, (mostly) healthy, delicious snack! The name of the recipe says “cookie” but the image on the back of the packet and the way it turns out looks more biscuit-like (in the North … Continue reading Cranberry Oatmeal Snack Cookies
Growing up, McVitie’s Ginger Nuts biscuits were one of my favourites. All the ginger biscuits/cookies I have eaten in my 20 plus years of life have paled in comparison, that is until this recipe. The other ginger cookies I’ve were either been lacking in ginger-y flavour, overpacked with sugar, lacking in ‘snap‘ or a some combination of … Continue reading Ginger Snap Cookies
The images we see, the things we hear, the words we read, shape our thoughts, and work themselves into our attitudes and our actions.
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This recipe has a special place in my heart because it’s the first thing I ever baked! I discovered this recipe when I was searching for a Hispanic meal to cook to fulfill a requirement for my Grade 10 Spanish class. It’s been mad love since. Postre de tres leches, or three milk cake is a … Continue reading Postre de tres leches
Tis the season for all things pumpkin spice! Pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin spice doughnuts, pumpkin spice muffins…and pumpkin spice cake! If you are like me, the (over)excitement and hype that accompanies pumpkin spice season causes you to sneer and give some major eye rolls. I’ve never had a pumpkin spice latte (gasp) but I decided to … Continue reading Pumpkin Spice Cake
Jesus often used stories to teach his followers and the crowds that gathered to hear him. One of these stories is The Parable of the Sower found in Luke chapter 8 in verses 4-8. While a large crowd was gathering and people were coming to Jesus from town after town, he told this parable: “A farmer went … Continue reading Consider carefully how you listen