Day 14 and I had an opportunity to post earlier today than normal. I am having a 'stay at home' day. Hubby is out and about and I declined his invite to go with him. I have a load of towels in the dryer, have emptied and filled the dishwasher and it is running and I am going to spend the rest of my day working on my little sweaters.
I finished knitting sweater #3 last night but still need to sew in all the ends. I was hoping to start another one last night but this happened:
I made spelt flour brownies from scratch. Ok, so that really doesn't take too long, but then this also happened:
I baked up a nice batch of Malachi's cookies. It does take a while to do these as it makes about 50 cookies and they need to cool a bit before they can be removed from the pan. But then while those were being baked and cooled I finished up my baking with this:
Banana blueberry spelt flour bread. I really like baking from scratch. That way I know exactly what is in my food. I am hoping these will hold us until we get back from our trip to Las Vegas the end of next week. I have some other goodies I would like to make but.......I need to restock my coconut palm sugar and spelt flour before I do much more.
Our Daughter is coming over tonight after her Doctor's appointment. I have a couple of family Christmas recipes she wants to make. Since she was coming over in the evening, I invited her to dinner too. I am going to make one of her favorite dishes.
As you can see from the nastiness of the page, this recipe has been made quite a bit. I will be using gluten free pasta for it but otherwise, it will be made as written. It is a microwave recipe and that is great. That way my kitchen will not get heated up again tonight. We are still in the high 80's around here. I would have loved to have waited until it cooled off more to do all that baking..............but we have been told we will be this warm for another 2 weeks. YUCK!
That is all for today.............the dishwasher is done and the towels are ready to be folded.
Until next time...............happy crafting!