Episode 11: an interview with Erica Liu Williams, Founder of Gr8nola.
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Fall finally arrived at the farmer’s market last weekend! All through September I waited impatiently for the peaches to be replaced with apples, the sunflowers with fall foliage. Now, in the second week of October, the fall produce has arrived!
I practically skipped through the market, taking in the sight of pumpkins, brussels sprouts, and purple sweet potato.
But the most thrilling find was a basket of knobbly, striped delicata squash. I had seen these photogenic gourds all over Instagram and couldn’t wait to try them.
I bought one to roast and add to meals throughout the week, and another to experiment with. I’d heard of “pumpkin” breads made with other types of squash, and I was excited to create my own.
It turned out better than I could have possibly expected. My family members devoured their slices and instantly asked for seconds.
If you make this Cinnamon Delicata Squash Bread, I’d love to hear what you think. Leave a comment or share with me on Instagram. I hope you and your family love this recipe as much as mine does!
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Have you ever experienced snack burnout? Like when you’ve got a few go-to snacks that you absolutely love and always keep on hand, but then one day you wake up and suddenly none of them sound appealing anymore? You’ve been there too, right? Luckily, we’ve got these Chocolate Granola Cups to shake up our snack game.
These little bites are truly incredible. The creamy, nutty, mild base paired with the rich, crunchy chocolate layer is a match made in heaven. And with that sprinkle of flaky sea salt on top? I have no words.
They also have collagen peptides in them for an added protein boost! I used Further Food collagen (you can find my podcast interview with the founder here), which gives this snack a little extra staying power. However, if you would like to make the recipe vegan or vegetarian, you can absolutely omit the collagen and they will still be delicious.
I’ve been bringing these on the go for snacks, enjoying a couple for dessert, or just grabbing one out of the fridge as I walk by. I also think they would be an incredible substitute for granola on a yogurt bowl. Chocolate for breakfast? Heck yes.
If you make these Chocolate Granola Cups (do it do it do it!!) be sure to let me know what you think in the comments, or share a picture with me on Instagram!
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