This school year brings American History lessons back to our homeschool, and one of the recent activities suggested in my daughter’s curriculum was making a colonial recipe. The recipe below is my take on Boston Brown Bread, using milk kefir instead of buttermilk. If you don’t have milk kefir, you can substitute buttermilk back instead.
As the summer draws to a close, I’m letting my favorite salads have one last hoorah. I made this one for a bonfire picnic we attended last weekend. Thankfully, the weather’s still hot and this salad is a welcome treat when all you want is something cold. I think everyone has a version of this recipe already in their collection somewhere. This is just my take on it. Enjoy, and Happy Labor Day!
These blueberry muffins have extra tang and depth of flavor (not to mention protein!) thanks to the Greek yogurt inside. For this batch, I used coconut palm sugar instead of regular granular sugar. This does result in a less sweet muffin (which I prefer.) If, however, you like your muffins on the sweeter side, go for regular granulated sugar. For this recipe, I used blended plain, 4% Greek Yogurt from Chobani, but next time I make these bad boys, I’m going to try Chobani’s lemon flavor yogurt for a little added lemon zing. Last but not least, if you are not keen on coconut oil (or you don’t have it around) regular vegetable oil can be substituted.