You can never go wrong with good old bran muffins, but I was wanting to mix it up, have something a bit different. My husband suggested apple bran muffins, and then once the idea was in his head he really, really, wanted them, so I made these tasty little guys. I used the Robin Hood brand banana bran muffins as my base recipe but I tweaked it a little bit. I hope you enjoy it and happy baking!
Applesauce, it's a simple recipe, but one that I feel I should share. There can be recipes that I make that use applesauce, or sometimes I use it as a substitute. Of course you can always buy it, but a few times I have found myself mid-recipe with not enough applesauce, and this little recipes has saved me. When I am making applesauce I only add spices if I am making it as a snack, if I am making it to use in a recipe I do not add any spices. I never measure out these spices, I just add a little bit at a time. If you are going to do this make sure that you add a small amount to start and add more if necessary, it's easier to add more than to take some out.
These little beauties are so simple that a monkey could probably make them. The recipe was shared with me on my Facebook from a page called Race 4 Fitness. I'm so thankful that they shared this recipe because they are so quick and simple and they are super yummy!
My favourite pie has always been lemon meringue. The meringue is so light and fluffy, and so good. I have seen recipes online for meringue bites, and they sound so good that I finally broke down an made a batch. The recipes online vary from site to site, so I just did my own thing and hoped for the best. These tasty little treats are great and I will definitely be making them again.
1. Preheat the oven to 275F.
2. In a medium bowl combine the egg whites and flavouring (I used maple) and whisk on high
2. Gradually add in the sugar.
3. Continue to whisk on high until the meringue forms stiff peaks.
4. Line two cookie sheets with parchment paper.
5. Transfer the completed meringue into a icing bag with the decorating tip of your choice.
6. Pipe the meringues onto the cookie sheets.
7. Place the cookie sheets in the oven and bake for 10 minutes. Rotate the cookie sheets and then
bake for an additional 10 minutes.
8. Turn the oven off and leave the meringues in the oven for an additional 30 minutes.
9. Allow to cool before eating and enjoy!
Welcome to my new blog, The Bake-it List. I've created this blog as a way to share my creations with family and friends, but it's also a way for me to have all of my favourite recipes in one place. This is my first blog and I really hope that people enjoy it, but please be patient with me as I learn the ropes. I hope to post a few times a month, so check back when you can for tasty new recipes.
Under the recipes menu you can find a list of all the recipes that I have posted by category. The lists are bare right now, but with time they will fill up.
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