Ah, Singapore noodles – savory, a little spicy, and full of tasty morsels of whatever stir-fried veggies and protein you desire. Making Singapore noodles is faster than making spaghetti and meatballs, and costs less than yet another take-out meal. Let’s get started! Continue reading
Fancy enough for Sunday dinner, but easy enough to let you enjoy your Sunday afternoon, this recipe offers a slight twist on a traditional lasagna. The filling is pleasantly creamy, the flavor packs a punch… and yet there are no “weird” ingredients to find. Happy cooking, happy dining!
Ingredients (Makes a 9″ x 13″ pan) Continue reading
One of my kitchen helpers loves cherries, and helped me put this recipe together. The resulting cookies were fantastic, and have earned a spot in the regular rotation of Crowded Earth Kitchen’s after-school snacks. We hope you enjoy these as much as we do!
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When I planned to bake with the munchkins today, I imagined them busying themselves with simple drop cookies while I tackled something new to share with you. We’d listen to Christmas carols, everyone would have fun, and we’d tidily check that holiday activity off of the “things we’re supposed to do” list. Except it didn’t exactly Continue reading
…because you can hide anything in these cookies! 🙂 If you have baking odds and ends in your pantry to use up, try this versatile recipe! You won’t be disappointed.
Ingredients (Makes about 6 dozen cookies)
Ivan, a Crowded Earth Kitchen apprentice, is excited to share this recipe with you today. His low-sugar mango jam recipe is simple to prepare and so delicious you’ll wonder why you haven’t been making mango jam for years. Let’s get started!
Ingredients (Makes about 2 cups of jam) Continue reading