I baked an incredible quick bread. I am sorta in love with it.
I hate to admit this, but I was vacillating about slicing it up. I thought it looked so good and I didn’t want to cut into it. But the reality is I was salivating so much that I actually couldn’t wait to try a slice.
I have made beer bread in the past, but this one is the best. Slowly I took my first bite. It practically melted in my mouth. Oh and it pairs well with a glass of beer too.
And on that note, I need to make sure there is enough bread left for breakfast tomorrow. Gotta go.
Stay tuned for the great breakfast sandwich coming soon.
It’s the end of a warm Sunday afternoon. We had been out all day. I was thirsty.
But more than just thirsty. I wanted something refreshingly sweet. At that moment, a memory jogged in my mind about all those years mom would make a sherbet punch and put it in a big punch bowl to serve at our holiday events. This kids all loved it because it was so colorful and tasted delicious.
I took that thought and created this adorable cub soda float. You can use sparkling water too, but I had club soda in the pantry and I put it to good use.
My own individual punch bowl in a glass.
So I crawled onto the couch, turned on the TV and relaxed sipping my own Sorbet Club Soda Float.
I am so excited to be sharing this recipe with you.
My obsession for creating something healthy out of something sweet was getting the better of me. So I did the next best thing. I googled “brownies”. I discovered brownie batter oats.
I only have one thing that I need to express to all of you.
GO MAKE THESE NOW.
I promise if you eat this for breakfast, I won’t tell how sweet it is.
And you know what? A little mouse found the jars in the fridge and she devoured one without a thought. My mouse is my baby girl. She loved this recipe and promised that if I made them again she would eat every last bite.