This sourdough banana nut muffin recipe is gently sweetened by very ripe bananas and a touch of honey. They’re a sweet treat and a healthy start to the day (or afternoon snack) all rolled into one. Muffins are an easy quick bread to pull together, and these banana nut muffins are no exception.
These gluten free apple cinnamon muffins are a perfect way to start the day. With a mix of gluten-free flours, the texture of these muffins will appeal to everyone!
Organic broccoli sprouts are great on salads and in sandwiches, and they are very easy to grow in your kitchen. Sprouting is a simple way to grow food in your own kitchen without even a small pot of dirt. Grow organic broccoli sprouts at home for year-round fresh greens.
These vegan sweet potato muffins are made with spelt flour and applesauce. There’s so much goodness packed into one little muffin!
Canning dried beans at home makes them ready to use for fast weeknight dinners. Plus, canning beans at home means you’ll skip the BPA-lined cans from the supermarket. Canning beans safely requires the use of a pressure canner, but the process itself is not difficult. Canning dried beans is a great pantry tactic.
Planting cool season vegetables can allow you to harvest fresh produce into the winter in milder climates. Winter gardening often means utilizing a green house, but by planning ahead and considering the “shoulder seasons” in the garden, you can harvest these cool weather crops into the winter months.
These old-fashioned buttermilk biscuits from scratch are the perfect last-minute accompaniment to a meal. They’re great for breakfast, too! Homemade buttermilk biscuits are a quick bread and don’t require any rise time. This means you can whip up a batch and in short order your kitchen will smell wonderful.
Homemade stock is simple to make. With a pressure canner, you can easily make it a ready-to-use shelf stable pantry item. Canning chicken stock or turkey stock means that you’ll be able to get meals ready in a hurry using real, homemade ingredients. Plus? It’s like free food!
When it comes to adding dairy goats to your homestead, there are some things to consider. Check out these five goat farming basics that you should consider before you bring your first dairy goat home. From companionship to fencing, you’ll want to give serious thought to providing what goats need to thrive.