We’ve asked a Registered Dietitian and two Professional Home Economists what they will be Making OR Baking OR Giving this holiday season. Find out what’s on their lists below.
Super Seedy Chocolate Chip Cookies
This holiday season I’ll be baking and giving away my latest cookie creation: Super Seedy Chocolate Chip Cookie.
Everyone seems to have a go-to chocolate chip cookie recipe. Finally, I have one to call my own.
Finally being able to perfect this recipe was a great feeling but one that certainly came with a lot of epic-fails and me wracking my brain to problem solve. The issue was I kept getting a cookie that was too dense and too “hard”.
After altering the recipe (five times) and most importantly decreasing the baking time, I got it. Thankfully I had a tribe of wonderful people to help me along the way.
On the holiday note: I love to prepare food. So when I give food. I’m giving a lot of myself (my time, my heart and my love).
Registered Dietitian, foodie, cookie lover and fitness junkie.
#CanolaConnect Harvest Camp Alumni 2015
Custom Tea and Spice Blends
Nothing says “I’ve been thinking about you” more than a handmade gift showcasing your unique talent.
Making home cooking easy and enjoyable with recipes, workshops and speaking. Professional Home Economist, cookbook author, Founder of Fruit Share & mom.
#CanolaConnect Harvest Camp Alumni 2012
Homegrown the Cookbook
— Mairlyn Smith (@MairlynSmith) December 8, 2015
I’m giving Homegrown to my peeps because I’m so thrilled to be a part of such an important Canadian cookbook, the recipes rock and it’s written by professional home economists so you can trust that the recipes will work, as long as you follow our instructions. And with all of the tips and info I’m hoping that we can now create a Canadian Food Trivial Pursuit game together!
Second City Alumna, Regular Guest Expert Cityline and BT Toronto, Key Note Speaker, Cookbook Author, Professional Home Economist, Putting Humour into Healthy. Toronto, ON #CanolaConnect Harvest Camp Alumni 2012