Foods for Comfort and Nutrition Winter Foods Part Two Looking for easy-to-make winter foods? Warm up with this roundup of seven recipes, comforting and nutritious foods such as hot cereals, soups, and fried eggs. Simple as they are to cook, keep reading to see the recipes and benefits to eating these winter-comfort foods. Earlier this month, I shared Winter Foods Part One with my readers. Part One included my Honey Banana Bread recipe. The story behind why I’m baking with natural sugars is also mentioned in that blog post. Take a moment to go check out that article about my decision to change the foods IRead More →

Natural-Sugar Baking with KSH Bake zucchini bread with a taste of apples the natural-sugar way. No white sugar or flour in this recipe! Got little children who love snacks? You’ll thank yourself for baking them nutritious treats without sending them on sugar highs.   Baking in the KSH (Kitchen Southern Hospitality) cottage has turned into a natural-sugar 2019 journey. There’s a story behind that. Read more about it in the Seven Winter Foods & Banana Bread post. It’s amazing how easily you can become acclimated to desserts not made with white sugar. Does Sugar Affect Children’s Behavior? Grandmother to adorable littles, I love to bakeRead More →

Baking Fun Recipes for Grandchildren is Love Baking for grandchildren shows your love for them, and this Everything Mini Bundt Cake is the cutest little cake ever. Made with chunks of yummy ingredients, it is such a fun treat for kids and adults alike. Everything Mini Bundt cakes remind me of fruitcakes because they are full of chunkiness. The difference between the two is in the choice of ingredients. Both have nuts and raisins, Everything Minis, however, don’t have any other fruit whereas fruitcakes are loaded with fruit.Read More →

Baking with Natural Sugars Like brownies, these banana bars can be addicting – and they are made with honey and whole grain flour. Nutritious. Great snack for kids (no white sugar in these baked goodies to get them all hyped up on). Take your children or grandchildren out for donuts one morning, and watch how quickly the sugar takes effect. No wonder some moms refuse to give their children any sugary foods or snacks. They act about like adults who are addicted to coffee when they don’t have any caffeine for a day or two. Irritable. Snappy. Whiny. Bake with Honey The Honey-baked Banana BarsRead More →

Foods for Winter Comfort and Nutrition Winter Foods Part One Make these seven easy foods this winter. Check out nutritious and filling dishes from this month’s first-week menu. Cook filling breakfasts, eat satisfying meals, and bake winter-friendly treats with natural sugars. New Year’s Day began with homemade banana bread in the Kitchen Southern Hospitality cottage. Baked with natural raw local honey and whole grain flour made it more nutritious than sugar-laden sweets I’ve given in to in past New Year’s celebrations. During the first week of January, my favorite dishes were the ones on the following list: Honey Banana Bread Mini Applesauce and Zucchini BundtsRead More →

Easy Recuperating Foods Looking for under-the-weather recipes? This egg drop chicken noodle soup is the easiest thing to do. And you know how chicken soup is always the best go-to food when you’re not feeling well. Check out these easy-on-the-tummy foods to eat when you’re recuperating from surgery or the flu.Read More →

Easy Kid-Friendly Meals for Thanksgiving Week with a Mini Pepperoni Pizza Snack Recipe Make simple meals for the whole Thanksgiving week. Meal planning for this holiday week involves more than just preparing time-consuming traditional recipes for the big turkey day. Enjoy quick and easy-to-fix recipes for the entire family. Surprise your children who are out of school this week with fun foods that are filling and nutritious. Save at least one day during their time off to have a big breakfast together. Or, let each child decide the breakfast choice one morning. Here are some breakfast ideas from the cookbook, Simple Summer Recipes: Blueberry PancakeRead More →