This minty shamrock shake is made from scratch with only natural colors and flavors. The naturally green shamrock shake is vegan and naturally colored with homegrown wheatgrass. A perfect drink for St. Patrick’s Day! Continue reading Naturally Green Shamrock Shake – Mint-Flavored, Vegan & Colored With Wheatgrass Juice
Welcome to the 60th Sew It Cook It Craft It Link Party! 😀 I’m excited what you’ll be sharing today!
My black GSD puppy is growing so fast! 😀 She’s 20 weeks old today. More pictures and videos of her on my instagram account. Continue reading Sew It Cook It Craft It – Link Party #60
That’s my other Edwardian shirtwaist costume. It’s a late Edwardian outfit with tailored plaid wool skirt and apricot-colored linen blouse with crochet lace.
‘Woolens or mixed weaves are much more difficult to cut out, join and finish than cotton materials, consequently a different method is used in working with them. This method is called tailoring, and includes moderate styles with straight lines and perfect curves and an exactness that is not necessary when draping or constructing gowns for fancy effects.’ (Text-Book On Domestic Art, 1911) Continue reading Edwardian Tailored Wool Skirt & Linen Shirtwaist
These paw print dog treats are so cute! And much easier to make than they look!
My water-crazy GSD loves these hazelnut dog treats! And the dog treats are so quick and simple to make with just 4 ingredients: hazelnuts, flour, butter and water! My dog probably doesn’t care about the shape but don’t the paw print dog treats look so cute? And the paw prints are easy to make without a cookie cutter, mold or cookie stamp!
Old-fashioned lilac syrup made with fresh lilac flowers! This lilac flower syrup tastes sweet and like lilac flowers smell!
Did you know that lilac flowers are edible? I didn’t until two years ago but now I’m addicted! I couldn’t find many lilac flower recipes. So I adapted my sweet woodruff syrup recipe and came up with this lilac flower syrup! All you need for this simple old-fashioned lilac syrup is fresh lilac flowers, sugar and water! Continue reading Old-Fashioned Lilac Syrup
Homemade lilac ice cream with fresh lilac flowers – a sweet, delicious and unusual ice cream for hot summer days! The lilac ice cream is egg-free, dairy-free & vegan!
Lilac flowers are one of my favorite spring flowers! I was so happy when I found out that lilac flowers are edible! I thought lilac ice cream would be delicious but I couldn’t find a recipe for lilac blossom ice cream. So I adapted one of my vegan ice cream recipes – jasmine ice cream – and came up with this lilac ice cream with fresh lilac flowers! Continue reading Homemade Lilac Ice Cream With Fresh Lilac Flowers
Light, crispy and so delicious – these oat flour chocolate chip cookies are naturally gluten-free!
Unlike my soft and chewy naturally green sunflower seed chocolate chip cookies, these oat flour chocolate chip cookies are cripsy and light. The chocolate chip cookies are made with oat flour so they’re naturally gluten-free.
If you don’t have oat flour at home, you can easily make homemade oat flour: either grind oat grains in a grain mill or blend rolled oats in a food processor. I always use chopped baking chocolate for my chocolate chip cookies because it’s dairy-free and cheap but feel free to use chocolate chips instead. Continue reading Oat Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies – Gluten-Free
Welcome to the Sew It Cook It Craft It Link Party! 😀 I’m excited what you’ll be sharing today! Continue reading Sew It Cook It Craft It – Link Party #59
Cherry yogurt ice cream – a refreshing dessert on hot summer days! This cherry yogurt ice cream with homemade candied cherries is dairy-free and made without raw eggs!
This cherry frozen yogurt ice cream is so delicious – creamy, sweet and refreshing – and made completely from scratch! It’s basically a vanilla custard with homemade vanilla sugar, soy yogurt and homemade candied cherries. Continue reading Cherry Yogurt Ice Cream – Dairy-Free, No Raw Eggs
These homemade candied cherries are quick and easy to make – and they taste much better than the store-bought kind! The candied cherries are made with fresh cherries, not canned cherries or maraschino cherries.
I love candied cherries – but the store-bought ones have such an unnatural color and doesn’t taste like cherry at all! After making candied lemon and orange peel and candied orange slices I thought I’d give homemade candied cherries a try.
And they turned out delicious and I never would’ve thought that candied cherries can be made so quickly and easily at home! All you need for these homemade cherries is pitted cherries, sugar and water. Some candied cherry recipes say to let the cherries soak for up to 14 days in simple syrup but this recipe is quicker: the candied cherries can be done in 1 hour! Continue reading Candied Cherries Recipe – Quick, Easy & Delicious