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7 February, 2017

Juicing for Healthy Hair

Juicing for Healthy Hair
Posted in : aloe, aloe vera, carrots, cucumber, fruit, guava, guest post, healthy, juice, juicing, kiwi, Uncategorized, vegetables on by : Jeanette Schramm

Today, dear friends and readers, I would like to present to you a guest post, brought to you by the fabulous Rebekah Carter. She was kind enough to reach out to me earlier this week and ask if she could write a piece for Apartment Eats about juicing. Since I know you all are no
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18 January, 2017

Lemon Blueberry Muffins

Lemon Blueberry Muffins
Posted in : bake, berry, blueberry, breakfast, dessert, easy, fruit, lemon, muffin, snack, summer, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

As promised, I have prepared, for your viewing and baking pleasure, a mid-winter pick-me-up of one of my favorite summertime flavor combinations: Lemon and blueberry. Now, as I told my mom while making these, I could eat lemon blueberry anything for days. It’s the perfect balance of tart and sweet, just like cranberry orange bread (which I
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19 November, 2016

Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry Sauce
Posted in : Christmas, classic, cranberry, easy, fruit, holidays, Thanksgiving, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

Tis the season to make berries! Whether you serve them alongside turkey on Thanksgiving, enjoy them amidst a Yultide feast, or indulge just because cranberries are yummy, this recipe is sure to bring smiles all around. I mean… unless you’re allergic to cranberries. Hopefully, you, dear reader, are not plagued by an allergy to cranberries
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4 October, 2016

Raspberry Thumbprint Shortbread Cookies

Raspberry Thumbprint Shortbread Cookies
Comments : 2 Posted in : cookies, dessert, easy, fruit, jam, raspberry, shortbread, snacks, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

Sometimes, you just need cookies. Well, sometimes, I just need cookies. So, I make them! Don’t have eggs? That’s okay! This recipe doesn’t require any! Just butter, flour, sugar, and some of your favorite jam. The best thing about these cookies is that, like many simple treats, they tend to bring back memories of the “good ol’
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17 August, 2016

Oatmeal Pecan Cookie Peach Cobbler

Posted in : cobbler, cookies, dessert, easy, fruit, oatmeal, peach, pecan, summer, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

It’s peach season! Next to apples, peaches are one of my favorite fruits, and I’m MUCH better at making peach desserts than I am at making apple desserts (I promise you, I’ll nail that apple pie recipe one of these days). That being said, prepare for the best peach cobbler of your LIFE!!This peach cobbler
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1 August, 2016

Banana Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Posted in : banana, chocolate, dessert, easy, fruit, ice cream, no-bake, snack, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

I know I’ve been posting a lot of ice cream and frozen treat recipes lately, but they’re easy to make, great for summertime, and pretty inexpensive.Unless you, ya know, break your blender.(**Important Update: Blender wasn’t dead, it just needed a nap**)Worry not, I’ve altered the recipe from how I prepared it so that your blender
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28 July, 2016

Watermelon Peach Sorbet

Comments : 2 Posted in : 21, alcohol, booze, easy, fruit, ice cream, no-bake, peach, sorbet, summer, Uncategorized, watermelon on by : Jeanette Schramm

I’m back again with another exciting installation of Apartment Eats! This week, we’ve got a summer treat (with another one and an exciting promo coming up during the second week of August, so stay tuned)!Watermelon is one of those fruits we’ve come to associate with hot, lazy summer afternoons by the poolside. Bathing suits, beach
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20 March, 2016

Vegan Banana Nut Muffins

Comments : 3 Posted in : baking, banana, diet, easy, fruit, healthy, muffin, nut, recipe, Uncategorized, vegan on by : Jeanette Schramm

I don’t usually dabble much in vegan foods because I always thought that ingredients would be expensive and hard to find, plus I like my meats and cheeses too much. While the latter half of that statement hasn’t changed, after realizing mid-recipe I was out of eggs, I gave the subject some thought. Ingredients in
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