Cornmeal & cardamom are the surprise guests that add a special flair to this low-sugar version of an old favorite. Whether baked in a loaf pan or muffin tin, this pumpkin bread brings joy to any table! Get the recipe--plus instructions on roasting your own pumpkin so you can avoid buying the can--here!
Homemade Chocolate Hazelnut Spread
As explained by my 5-year-old, who has a passion for cooking & baking and has already made plans for his future bakery. Our version of this classic, elegant favorite uses a little less sugar than usual, but brings out the true, glorious flavor of those roasted hazelnuts. A perfect holiday treat! Yum!
Ahh, oatmeal. That warm, nutty goodness on a…hot summer morning?
My kids ask for it every day, no matter what the temperature. This sweltering summer is no different. My son would eat only oatmeal, all day, for every meal, if I let him.
Get The Reductionist's very own recipe here!
Fine. I’ll say it. Zucchini is boring.
And while I am grateful for summer’s bounty and appreciate their versatility, after a few weeks of constantly eating them, I find it hard to make zucchini…exciting.
Until now! I riffed a recipe this week because our crisper was overflowing with the Vitamin-C-packed squashes, and it turned out to be delicious.
Get the Reductionist recipe over at the blog!