So lately I’ve gotten many questions about browning butter. What is it? How do you make it? Is it really brown? So, I thought I would share. I use brown butter in a ton of my recipes such as these carmelitas or nutella-stuffed cookies. It adds a deep and nutty flavor to the batter. I absolutely love using it together with brown sugar as it creates a sweet mixture that you will fall in love with. I also find it works well with oats, chocolate, and caramel. It’s a great (and EASY!) way to spice up any recipe, whether it be classic chocolate chip cookies or brownies. Category: Product #: Regular price:$ (Sale ends !) Available from: Condition: Good ! Order now!
I discovered something new today: Popped quinoa. At the grocery store I was looking through all the cereals when I came across a box of popped quinoa cereal. Crazy, right? So, I did a little bit more research and discovered that it isn’t hard to make it! It’s a vegan, gluten free extra crunch that you can eat on its own or add to a recipe like these homemade granola bars. Category: Product #: Regular price:$ (Sale ends !) Available from: Condition: Good ! Order now!
This past weekend, I went with my parents to drop off my sister at Princeton University. She’s an independent, meaning that she cooks for herself and is not on the university’s food plan. So with her little kitchenette, we decided to make some cookie layered turtle brownies. Here is are pictures of her Spelman dorm kitchen: Not much, eh? Now cooking at home and cooking in a college dorm are two separate worlds: Shopping on a college budget. First off, in the store when deciding between different brands, instead of getting the highest quality (and usually most expensive) ingredients like I do at home, my sister told me to “get the cheapest since we are on a college budget.” We also had to be mindful of the ingredients we used– so I did something I rarely do and used box mix for the brownies (she had boxes of them at her dorm already) […]