How many times do you need Evaporated Milk for a recipe and you don’t have any? Wait until you see how simple and quick it is to make! Click on the link below for step by step directions with a printable recipe card. http://indianeskitchen.com/2017/12/22/homemade-evaporated-milk
OH MYYYY I NEED this in my life! YUM! Next on my to make list!
Ingredients 9 Eggs (medium) 300g Dark Chocolate (minimum 72% cocoa) 150g Inulin Powder 70g Unsweetened Cocoa Powder 30ml Double Cream 1 tsp Vanilla Extract Method (makes approx. 18 servings) Pre-heat the oven to 140°C. Melt the chocolate in a heat proof bowl over hot water (bain-marie) then stir through the double cream. Whilst the […] via […]
I SO need this. I use this stuff often. The packets are expensive considering how much you get. Thanks Frugal Hausfrau. I def needed this~
When I posted a recipe for French Onion Soup Burgers using my Homemade Lipton’s Onion Soup Mix the other day, I searched my site for recipes made with that mix. I decided there were enough to start a little “collection.” How fun are some of these retro (and newer) recipes? So what’s your favorite recipe (if you have…
I love oatmeal raisin. Adding this to my must try list!
Finding a damn good delicious oatmeal raisin cookie can be really hard. The pictures look great but then you make it and they taste like……crap, I’m just gonna say it y’all. They taste like crap. I don’t know about you but I want an oatmeal raisin cookie that is still healthy, without tasting like cardboard.…
Think this is going to go on my to make list. Especially since I AM from the blue ridge…why wouldn’t I try it?
It might come as a surprise that the Appalachian Region is apple growing country. Settlers from Scotch Irish descent brought apple seeds with them to grow in the new land… with the help of Cherokee Indians apples became widely grown. With temperatures dipping into the 20s and highs in the 80s – the plateaus produce […]
This looks sooo good. Luckily we are in apple season here!
I am looking forward to the changing of the seasons once again. I grew up in Southern California, and there really was not much ado about the changing of the seasons, but in Colorado it is pretty evident and spectacular, nothing like it is in New England, but still pretty darn good all the same. […]
I love this blog. There is always the best looking food found here. I must make this. How good does this look?
We might be fast approaching the end of summer, but there is no reason to put away the grill just yet. The weather doesn’t show signs of cooling down, at least not in New England where I am writing today’s post. One of the most popular recipes on this blog is the one for Mediterranean […]