Category Archives: Food and Recipes

Whole Wheat Honey Apple Muffins

I have apples and pumpkins on my mind, since autumn is in full swing! And these Whole Wheat Honey Apple Muffins make a great breakfast item for this season! They’re made with whole wheat flour, Greek yogurt, honey, and olive oil, and topped with a brown sugar streusel topping.

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Cranberry-Raisin Toasted Oat Cereal

Here’s a great way to make your own healthy toasted oat cereal! I really like the taste of toasted oats—they have a richer, slightly nuttier flavor when they’re toasted in the oven. This cereal is not sweet like granola and it’s not as crunchy as granola either, since it doesn’t have a honey or maple syrup coating. But if you like the idea of eating pure toasted oats with dried cranberries, raisins, and nuts mixed in, then this cereal is for you! The cranberries and raisins give it a nice natural sweetness and the nuts give it a nice crunchiness!

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Butterscotch Cashew Blondies

Here’s a yummy blondie recipe for all of you butterscotch and cashew fans! These blondies are thick and chewy, with lots of buttery, butterscotch flavor! Very rich. These are great just as they are, but if you want to make them into a fancier dessert, you could top each blondie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzle some butterscotch sauce over it…maybe even sprinkle on a few more chopped cashews…yum!

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Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Spread or Dip

It’s definitely pumpkin season and this lightly-sweet and very creamy spread is great on bagels or pumpkin bread for breakfast! Or, use this Pumpkin Spice Cream Cheese Spread or Dip on crackers or as a dip for fruit—it makes a great autumn appetizer or snack! It’s flavored with warm spices that really add to the fall flavor—cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves.

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Caramel Apple Dip

I’m a big fan of caramel-flavored treats, especially this time of year! Like this Caramel-Apple Dip—it’s so good and easy to make! It has a rich, buttery, sweet, caramel flavor and the texture is just right for dipping slices of apples or pears. Or whatever fresh fruit you like! You could even dip dried fruit into this. Or pretzels, if you have a taste for something sweet-and-salty. As you can see, there are lots of yummy possibilities! 🙂

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