Category Archives: Dessert

Apple Pie Bread

Another recipe that uses 8,000 dishes, but feels worth it for the end result. Ingredients: Apple Pie Filling: 1/3 cup sugar 1 tablespoon corn starch 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 3 cups chopped cooking apples 1 tablespoon lemon juice Crumb Topping: … Continue reading

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Butterscotch Cookies

Despite the name, these cookies have no butterscotch chips or anything, just a lot of brown sugar and butter. The recipe is from a 1937 cookbook, so I’ve been making them at work (at my depression era farm). If you … Continue reading

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Cream Cheese Stuffed Chocolate Bundt

A delicious chocolate cake with a cream cheese filling! I thought the cake tasted more moist and richly chocolatey from the second day on, which is convenient because this cake makes nearly an entire dishwasher full of dishes, so you … Continue reading

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Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Marshmallow Cookies

Even the name/description of these cookies is a mouthful, but all the various parts come together into something really magical! The cream cheese frosting is delicious, and the marshmallows sort of disappear into it with just a bit more vanilla … Continue reading

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Olive Oil Cake

This is not the first olive oil baked good on this blog, but it is probably the one where the flavor comes through most strongly. Luckily it meshes well with the rosemary and chocolate it’s paired with, and the spelt … Continue reading

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Rye Crumble Bars

There’s a metropark near me with a historic, water-powered mill. Eventually once my work is growing crops, they’ll be able to mill them for us (VERY COOL), but in the meantime, they’re already doin’ their thing with grains from elsewhere. … Continue reading

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Crock Pot Cookie

A big, thick cookie in which the sugars caramelize a bit, giving an extra richness to the flavors. Even the white chocolate chips I used browned and, even if only because the color got in my head, tasted more like … Continue reading

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