June 22, 2014
Want to wake up to a delicious, healthy, baked breakfast? Make this the night before and set your oven to delay start and timed bake! The aroma will tease your brain into awareness, and you'll be sure to wake up with an appetite.
You can use any fruit in season for this recipe. I find that berries, if too juicy need to be combined with either rhubarb or apple to thicken during baking. Of course, rhubarb and apple create a great combination or make a tasty crisp all on their own.
Our honey sweetens and adds flavour, but I also find it helps the crisp crispen!
The crisp is done when the topping is golden brown and the fruit underneath is bubbling. You can make the night before and warm it for a few minutes in the oven for breakfast. Or if you oven has a delay start, prepare everything to the point of spooning the oat mixture over the fruit. Place it in a cold oven and set your oven to a delayed start with timed bake.
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January 28, 2021
December 20, 2020
There is no doubt, 2020 was a crazy year! We will all be happy to turn a corner when 2021 arrives! So to help make that happen, we’d like to encourage everyone to celebrate the holidays — but do it responsibly!
That’s why the King Bee created a recipe for “Isolation Turkey” to help you enjoy the holidays by yourself.
Stay safe, stay healthy and look after each other.... from a distance.
October 09, 2016
This recipe, from 2013, is one of my first attempts at modifying an existing recipe to include honey instead of sugar. I found it on the printed pages of the Ottawa Citizen, but turns out it originates from Bon Appetit magazine.
I made a few other modifications – we usually use squash for our pumpkin pie – yes, squash makes the best pumpkin pie!