I felt a tinge bad about replacing the sweet potato in the casserole. I have decided to give it a second chance, to let it play a sidekick. Today I put together this beautiful hasselback sweet potato and it was relatively easy to make, as well as packed with taste.
Hasselback Sweet Potatoes
Sometimes a fuck up can turn out light years better than the original intent. I had in my mind I was going to make these DELICIOUS apple cookies, that I was then going to smother in caramel. These cookies didn’t like my idea. I look at them halfway through and they have spread themselves out all along the bottom of the cookie sheet. Hmm….I am not going to let these cookies get out of becoming a delicious treat. What can I do? Boom, ideas and intuition kick in. Let them finish baking. Crumble them up. Toss and saute a fresh apple. Lovingly sprinkle the crumble over the top. My friend has been asking for a crumble and these cookies have manifested into one. It was perfect. So next time you feel discouraged because something didn’t turn out perfectly, dig deep. Let it be an opportunity to be creative. Let it be a chance to make something even better. Don’t give up just because something turns challenging. Turn apples into an apple crisp.
Accidental Apple Crisp
- 1/8 cup homemade apple sauce (I put a bunch of apples in the crock pot with a tablespoon of maple and cinnamon)
- 1/4 cup honey
- 1/4 tsp baking soda
- 1/4 tsp sea salt
- 1 1/4 cup almond meal
- 1 tsp vanilla Continue reading “Accidental Apple Crisp”