Maple Coffee Cake with Apples (Whole Wheat) Recipe

Growing up on Sunday's for both my Farmer and I meant Sunday breakfast was a little different from the rest of the week. While I was use to pancakes, my Farmer loved his mom's coffee cake. 

Before realizing I had a sugar allergy I remember going to his parents for Sunday breakfast and having...

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Maple Sausage & Sweet Potato Quiche Bites

Quiche is a quintessential tea time recipe, but what really makes these special is that they are tiny and bite size. The dangerous part is that they are so yummy it might seem like you didn’t eat many with their delicate size and impressive flavor.

A good maple sausage really pairs...

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Boost your Spirit this Fall with Pumpkin Spice Chai Muffins

Nothing says October like pumpkin spice, am I right?

Did you know that the spices in pumpkin pie spice are the perfect blend of medicinal goodness for fall? Cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, allspice, and cloves. Not only are most of these herbs anti-viral and anti-bacterial, but they are also considered...

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Celebrate Fall with Unbelievable Cranberry Scones

Can you guess what the top two scone flavors are amongst tea drinkers?

As a business owner that makes and blends tea for a living, one could can imagine I'm in quite a few different tea groups. When I polled all of these groups to see what their favorite treats were, to eat with their tea, they...

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Cheap and Easy Gluten / Dairy Free Zucchini Parmesan

 

Happy Fall Y'all!

Did you just discover the largest zucchini you have ever seen hiding in your garden? 

You thought that you were done with that never ending summer squash. You were ready for the first frost and the leaves to change color. Bring on the winter rest! 

OR MAYBE you...

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THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF MAPLE (SWEET MAPLE SCONE RECIPE)

"Two hundred years ago, the average American ate only 2 pounds of sugar a year. In 1970, we ate 123 pounds of sugar per year. Today, the average American consumes almost 152 pounds of sugar in one year. This is equal to 3...

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Quick and Simple Hand Pies in a pinch for Tea Time

Your Mama is coming.

She expects a nice cuppa Earl Grey and a sweet treat.

But there is one problem, you don't have anything sweet on hand and you have to eek out enough Earl Grey to get her a decent cuppa.

What's a child to do?

It may not be your mama, and you might not be the child, but every one...

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Dipped Shortbread Cookies - without sugar

When I polled tea drinkers on various Facebook groups, guess what the most common dessert to have with tea was?

Nope, not scones. Shortbread.

Shortbread is a very light, delicate cookie, very dainty and perfect for an afternoon tea time treat. It is light in flavor, yet sweet making it easy to...

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Growing and Using Peppermint For Medicine

Two words.

Chocolate. Mint.

OK! That concludes this blog post!

Just kidding! Two of my favorite flavors are chocolate and mint but today we are going to just chat about Peppermint.

Not only is it tasty with chocolate, but it also shines when it comes to digestive health, cooking, headaches and...

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Save Money On Kombucha - D.I.Y. Kombucha Recipe

 

I have a confession to make.

I've been buying kombucha ready made that the store.

That's right, the resident tea queen at the farm, has been buying ready made kombucha. That expensive kombucha, you know the one. Even though I have a whole 600 square foot space reserved for tea ingredients...

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Dehydrating Flowers, Fruits & Botanicals (For DIY Herbal Tea)

 

Basket after basket full of flowers. Crate after crate full of berries. All of the goodness is hauled in from the garden, from the farmer's market, and from around the farm to help produce flavorful and healthful herbal teas. But what is the best way to preserve them? Dehydrating of...

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Pad Thai Zoodles- Using the Zucchini Madness

It's near the end of summer, which means that the days are getting shorter and fall is coming quicker than quick. It also means that there are piles and piles of zucchini, or what I've decided to refer to as courgettes. (Their fancy French name)

Don't you think it sounds better?

"Hey neighbor!...

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