Get rid of the refined sugar & use honey in your best baking recipes instead! You also need to use baking soda, so click through to the article so you know how much to use!

Substitute Honey For Sugar & Get Perfect Baked Goods [Conversion Chart]

Replace sugar with honey conversion guide ~ Get rid of the refined sugar & use honey in your best baking recipes instead! You also need to use baking soda, so click through to the article so you know how much to use!

Jeweled Biscotti Recipe – THIS is the perfect holiday (or everyday!) cookie @natashaskitchen

Jeweled Biscotti

Jeweled Biscotti Recipe – THIS is the perfect holiday (or everyday!) cookie ~ the use of tropical dried fruits - papaya & pineapple, mmm. Also the use of craisins & apricots .

Cross Stitch: Geometric

Cross Stitch Chart: roosters could be used as a diagram for an afghan worked in single crochet

All Bran Beskuit (Rusks) using Kellogs All bran and buttermilk. I grew up with these rusks and their delish!

As the saying goes dunk your rusks in a hot drink and simply enjoy. Rusks are a hard, dry biscuit or twice-baked bread which is enjoyed any time of the day, regardless of your dietary instructions.

Im always on the lookout for new rusk recipes, because it is safe to say that I totally love my rusks. When I started Banting I thought Id never eat another rusk in my life, but was lucky to find s...

Yoghurt/Buttermilk Seed Rusks

Im always on the lookout for new rusk recipes, because it is safe to say that I totally love my rusks. When I started Banting I thought Id never eat another rusk in my life, but was lucky to find …

Low sugar high fibre rusk recipe

The South African version of RUSKS, the hard, very dry biscuits good for dunking in cuppas. They originated with the Dutch who packed them when traveling long distances in South Africa's hot climate.

12 MAY 2013 Today was Mother’s Day in South Africa. Some of my happiest moments were the times spent with my mother in the early morning, sitting and talking about the day ahead while sipping strong coffee and nibbling on bran and buttermilk rusks. It’s not always easy living more than 8 000 kilometres away from home on special days like these, but luckily there are small things that can make it easier to bear, such as Skype and baking a batch of rusks. You don’t need impressive baking...

12 MAY 2013 Today was Mother’s Day in South Africa. Some of my happiest moments were the times spent with my mother in the early morning, sitting and talking about the day ahead while sipping strong coffee and nibbling on bran and buttermilk rusks.

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