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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Chai Apple Crisp Cookies {no baked}

Fill the Cookie Jar with No-Baked Cookies made with fresh apples and instant chai tea mix, a perfect Fall treat.

Fill the Cookie Jar with No-Baked Cookies made with fresh apples and instant chai tea mix, a perfect Fall treat.







Thursday, May 5, 2016

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Cranberry Apple Crumble Tart

Cranberry Apple Crumble Tart is quick and easy to put together.  Then pop it in the oven for a wonderful dessert that is sweet and slightly tart in each bite.

A delicious dessert that is sweet and tart in each bit, made with cranberries, apples and Kraft caramel bits.

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Chocolate Cranberry Meringue Dessert - #CIC

December 20th already... Are you ready for Christmas?  Have you thought what you will be serving for  dessert or maybe a Christmas coffee?  This recipe would work perfect for either.  It is light and just the perfect amount of sweetness to work after a big dinner or have with your coffee or tea.

This month we picked Cranberries and Cocoa for our Crazy Ingredient Challenge and I thought a dessert would be perfect to make for this month's challenge.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Hot Cross Buns with a Twist

Are you a fan of Hot Cross Buns?  Many people don't like them because of the peel or the currants/raisins that are put in them.  I decided to do mine a little bit differently this time and because of that these Hot Cross Buns were more like a bagel instead of a bun.. but still very tasty (if I say so myself).

Monday, March 16, 2015

Minty Mocha Brownie Crunch

Which part of the brownie do you like the best?  Is it the soft middle or the crispy edges?  I love the crispy edges the best.  The harder and the crunchier the better.  I decided to try and make a thin crunchy brownie for St Patrick's Day.

Monday, December 1, 2014

PIkkupullat ~ Finnish Sweet Buns

Last week my furnace decided to that it needed to take a break.  While I was waiting for the repairman to come ~ and as the house got colder and colder I decided to do some baking.  Sweet bread making as that way I could keep the oven on for a long period of time.  Instead of making my pulla into loaves, I decided to make them into "Pikkupullat" ~ small buns.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Fill the Cookie Jar with Biscoff Chai Cookies

Can you believe that it is already November?  The only great thing about the beginning of the month that it is time to Fill the Cookie Jar again.  This month's theme is Thanksgiving.  Do you have a favorite cookie that you serve on Thanksgiving?

Thursday, October 2, 2014

M&M Candy Corn Cookie Bars to #fillthecookiejar

I can't believe that it has been a month ago since I was writing up my post for Fill the Cookie Jar. These months are passing by so quickly.  October is one of my favorite months.. I love all the autumn colours and the crispness in the air. It is also the month of Halloween.  I am not so much  a Halloween person but I love all the Halloween candy that have been floating around.  My favorite being Candy Corn.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Fill the Cookie Jar with PB & J Sandwich Cookies

Remind me again why I would think making rolled cookies where such a good idea?  I hate making rolled cookies, I am not good at doing them, I don't have the patience to make them... Ok, so that is the reason I don't make them... I asked remind me why I thought it was a good idea?

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Baked Doughnuts with Strawberries and Cream

This past weekend I turned the Big 5-0 and if I wanted to have any cake I knew that I would have to make it myself.  We spent all last week in Indianapolis with my brother and his family and during our stay there we had cake twice that my niece made.. simple easy cake that was delicious.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Fill the Cookie Jar with Thimble Cookies

Are you a procrastinator like me?  I am such a procrastinator.. once again I left my Fill the Cookie Jar post until the last minute.  You would think I would get them done a head of time.. but no, last day busy baking and fingers crossed that my cookies turned out....

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Crazy Ingredient Challenge - Wasabi and Grapefruit


Are you a procrastinator like me?  I am sure that I have talked about this before, but here I am just before the day I need to post this, making my recipe... Sure glad that it turned out as I didn't have a back up plan.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Flower Cookies for Momma ~ #fillthecookiejar #mothersday

It's time to fill the cookie jar again... and mine is getting a bit empty.  This month's theme is mom's favorite cookies... Although that it isn't really what I did as I was thinking the theme was cookies for mother's day

Friday, April 25, 2014

Zucchini Bread with Chocolate and Crystallized Ginger

National Zucchini Bread Day

Today is National Zucchini Bread Day.  I love baking with zucchini, breads seem to be so much moister when I use it.  In the fall I always freeze zucchini in one cup amounts to be able to use throughout the rest of the year.  When I thaw it out, I do remove some of the liquid as freezing it does bring more liquid.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Persimmon Pear Spice Bundt Cake

A fuyu persimmon fruit
A fuyu persimmon fruit (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Persimmons are one of my favorite fruits... That is from about a month ago or so. I had never had a persimmon and not too long ago I saw them at Walmart. I decided that I would buy one to at least try them. I came home to see if hubby has ever eaten one and no he hadn't, so we didn't have a clue to how figure out when they would be ripe... but we lucked out and they were wonderful. Kind in between an apricot and a mango...that looks like an orange tomato... YUM!

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Fill the Cookie Jar with Granola Cookies

It is time to Fill the Cookie Jar and I think mine was empty for a long time... as when I asked hubby what I make his comment was ~~ "You make cookies".  His only suggestion was to make something that wasn't too sweet and I think I fulfilled his request.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Apple and Cranberry Pork Tenderloin

Happy Boxing Day
Boxing Day is celebrated on December 26th in Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Malta, Hong Kong to name a few of the countries.  It was the day after Christmas when the servants and tradesman would get their gift, known as Christmas Boxes from their bosses or employees.  It is a bank day in Canada and an observed holiday.  It is also considered a great shopping day, like Black Friday where stores put sales~ a great day to get some wonderful Christmas sales.  It is also a day to return the gifts that you don't like or want ~ hence the name Boxing Day... possibly not really the reason for the day but it is something that I like to people when they ask me what Boxing Day is about.

So, if you are from a country that observes Boxing Day, I hope that you have a wonderful day of shopping, returning gifts, packing up your Christmas decorations, eating leftover Turkey or possibly making something new like this recipe ~ Apple and Cranberry Pork Tenderloin.

This recipe came about when I wanted to make some tenderloin, and had extra cranberries to use up.  I did a search for cranberry pork tenderloin and found this recipe called Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Apples and Cranberries.  As I was reading the recipe, I remember that I had my gingerbread spice from the recipe that I made for a Crazy Ingredient Challenge ~ Seared Gingerbread Tenderloin and this recipe happened.  I have to apologize for pictures as they aren't very good... but we were hungry and this recipe was fantastic and we ate every morsel up.  It was a recipe that we both agreed we would eat again if I made it.  A sweet and tangy dish where the meat is tender and juicy.

Apple and Cranberry Pork Tenderloin


Ingredients:
1.5 lb pork tenderloin
1 apple sliced thinly (I used a gala apple as that is all I had)
1/2 -3/4 cup fresh cranberries
1 tbsp sugar (Zulka Morena Pure Cane Sugar)
1/2 tsp salt
1/3 cup apple cider vinegar

Directions:
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
In small roasting pan, spray with non-stick spray.
Arrange tenderloin in pan.
Slice apples and arrange around tenderloin, sprinkle cranberries over apples.
Pour apple cider vinegar over tenderloin and fruit.
Sprinkle salt, sugar and gingerbread spice over tenderloin.
Cook for 30 -40 minutes, basting about half way until thermometer reaches 155-165 degree F (per your preference).
Let sit for 5- 10 minutes before cutting and serving.

Enjoy

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