Sprinkles are fairly easy to make and are fun to hand out as gifts! If you want them to be colored, use food coloring gel or liquid (or try experimenting with natural dyes derived from foods like beets, red cabbage, and turmeric). The recipe below will produce plain white sprinkles. Package in a festive little bag or jar.
Try this spicy ginger maple syrup infusion and kick up your syrup experience!
Take your maple syrup up a notch with this blackberry and thyme infusion!
Create your own tasty alcohol infusion! This was taught in our recent Infuse Your Booze class, taught by Jessica LaBrie of Blackbird’s Botanicals.
Elderberry syrup is tasty and comforting to sip on when battling the common cold. Take 1 tsp per day to keep your immune system strong. Elderberry is a great source of vitamin C! Or, try adding some to seltzer or a mixed drink for an adult version.
Did you know that the ubiquitous vanilla extract that is used in baking is actually really easy to make at home? Dressed up in a pretty jar and a ribbon, it makes a fun gift for the bakers in your life!
This impressive appetizer is quick to assemble using pre-made pesto and tapenade. Allow the torta to soften a bit before serving with fine crackers or toasted thin slices of baguette. The torta will keep in the refrigerator for up to 5 days; it even freezes well for up to 2 months.