Recipes

NO CHURN ICE CREAM

NO CHURN ICE CREAM // THE KITCHY KITCHEN
Most “No Churn” ice cream recipes involve stirring the ice cream every twenty minutes or so until smooth – which is honestly almost as annoying as buying an ice cream maker. But this one, inspired by a vintage recipe I came across, is perfectly spoonable, without any fuss at all. Seriously. No stirring, no churning, just mix together these ingredients, […]
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AVOCADO AIOLI

AVOCADO AIOLI // THE KITCHY KITCHEN
Food should be nourishing and delicious. It sounds simple, right? With sweets especially, it can be so hard to find treats that are as good to eat as they are for you. My friend Laurel, the baker behind the grain-free and refined-sugar-free (and sometimes vegan) goodness known as Sweet Laurel Bakery, has shared some of her simplest and most satisfying […]
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FUN WITH COTTON CANDY!

FUN WITH COTTON CANDY // THE KITCHY KITCHEN
I love that cotton candy has become a food trend – popping up on pinterest boards, instagram photos, and even on some inventive menus. It’s the perfect cross section of nostalgic and ephemeral. It sticks to your fingers if you hold it too long and dissolves on your tongue instantly. There’s a reason why fairy floss is the perfect name […]
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DIY INFUSED COOKING OIL

DIY INFUSED COOKING OIL // THE KITCHY KITCHEN
Food should be nourishing and delicious. It sounds simple, right? With sweets especially, it can be so hard to find treats that are as good to eat as they are for you. My friend Laurel, the baker behind the grain-free and refined-sugar-free (and sometimes vegan) goodness known as Sweet Laurel Bakery, has shared some of her simplest and most satisfying […]
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PASSIONFRUIT LIME SPRITZER

PASSIONFRUIT LIME SPRITZER // The Kithcy Kitchen
My grandma used to have an epic passionfruit vine, fat with fruit. We’d collect the pockmarked nubs and shake them to see if they were ripe. The trick with passionfruit is that the uglier it is, the better it tastes. We’d collect buckets of them and my mom would scoop out the pulp on top of a pavlova. My sister, […]
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PALEO MARGHERITA PIZZA

PALEO MARGHERITA PIZZA // THE KITCHY KITCHEN
Food should be nourishing and delicious. It sounds simple, right? With sweets especially, it can be so hard to find treats that are as good to eat as they are for you. My friend Laurel, the baker behind the grain-free and refined-sugar-free (and sometimes vegan) goodness known as Sweet Laurel Bakery, has shared some of her simplest and most satisfying […]
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STRAWBERRY TART

STRAWBERRY TART // THE KITCHY KITCHEN
What could be more sweet or delicate than a freshly picked strawberry? As a girl, I’d rub them on my lips, pretending they were lipstick, their bright, lip smacking tartness always reminding me of childhood. They’re simply good, and almost refuse adornment. My favorite way to eat strawberries as a little girl was with a spoonful of sugar sprinkled over […]
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ROSY ROSE-ITO

ROSY ROSE-ITO // THE KITCHY KITCHEN
Today, most wine cocktails are split between sangria or spritzers, but there’s a world of possibility between those two. Enter the Rosé-ito, a mix of mojito flavors with rum switched out for rosé. It’s fresh, bright, and barely floral. It’s also delicious with sparkling rosé for a little fizz. Note: The wine I used, Summer Water, can be found HERE. […]
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