It’s the weekend! Woooo hoooo! After a verrrrrry long night, I was looking forward to a nice relaxing day. What better way to destress and get over a headache than baking? So today, I decided to make one of my go-to recipes: monkey bread muffins! Although I cannot in the least bit claim responsibility for this recipe, I do have it memorized from making at one too many times. The base recipe is incredibly versatile: use it from anything ranging to breads to sweeter desserts. Making the dessert in the muffin tins means less waiting for baking & much easier to divide. So without further ado…….
I'm Saucey 😉
Filled with cinammon & sugar
glazed & ready to go
The recipe can be found here.
It’s such a beautiful day outside, and I’m trying to think of something witty to say, but it seems like my mind has decided to take a mini-vacation, so please excuse the lack of wittiness. I hope I am forgiven. 😉
Anyways, I was in the mood to make something delicious for dessert because I have milk that is about to expire (like yesterday). But I was out of eggs, and could not bring myself to get my butt off the couch and to the store. I’m still planning to make a lemon pound cake with the milk, but until I manage to hunt down some eggs…. I decided to make homemade pasta sauce!!!
I had about ten tomatoes that were way past ripe, so I figured there is nothing easier or better to make than homemade marinara sauce. Seriously, all it takes it a bit of chopping, stirring, and voila, homemade sauce! I have friends coming over for lunch tomorrow, so this is also such a great recipe to make for a large group of people. Just boil some pasta, throw together a salad, brown some beef or turkey, and lunch is served. I’ll update tomorrow with the final product. 🙂
Don't I look tasty? And I was soooo easy to make.
10 ripe (or overripe) tomatoes
1 1/2 chopped tomatoes
3 cloves of garlic
onion and garlic powder to taste
1 tblspn salt
1 tspn pepper
basil to garnish
1. In a large saute pan set on medium high, chop the onions & saute. I sprayed the pan with olive oil cooking spray, so the onions wouldn’t stick.
2. Once onions brown, add chopped garlic.
3. Chop tomatoes (notice a pattern with the chopping)
4. Add the chopped tomatoes to the pan. Set on high & let bubble for an hour.
5. Set heat on low & let the tomatoes simmer for as long as you can stand it. The longer, the better!
Posted in Sauces
Tagged sauce, tomato