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Yes, an Instant Pot Is Worth Getting

Welcome to Cookware Week! We’re sharing our favorite cookware sets, accessories, and kitchen appliances, plus intel on how to care for all of it, the best recipes to make with every piece, and exclusive sales for Chowhound readers. You’re probably familiar with all the things the Instant Pot promises by now. Pot roast in about 45 minutes. Perfect hard-boiled eggs. Tender ribs and pulled pork in a flash. Cheesecake with no cracks in it. Steel-cut oatmeal. With an Instant Pot, these dishes are all possible with less time, mess, skill, and fuss. No wonder people still won’t shut up about it. It truly is the kitchen appliance of our times (though the air fryer is another contender). If you still...

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This 25% whole wheat sourdough bread is an easy and almost undetectable switch from white sourdough

Even more so if you’ve got our classic no-knead bread recipe down pat, and you’re craving a little more wholesome goodness in your daily slice of toast! Can You Substitute Whole Wheat Flour In A Sourdough Bread Recipe? The short answer is yes! Adding some whole wheat flour into a sourdough recipe shouldn’t negatively affect the structure of your bread. Whole wheat flour adds fibre, protein, and flavour to the loaf, but won’t make it more difficult to work with or dense. That being said, whole wheat flour can sometimes require added moisture. We recommend trying this 25% whole wheat sourdough bread recipe to start if you’ve been wanting to transition into baking more wholesome loaves. Lower Gluten Flour Substitutions...

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2019-11-03

*This recipe for Creamed Swiss Chard & Eggs is brought to you in partnership with Frieling USA. All words and opinions are my own. Baked eggs are a major thing in my home. Especially for my children.  For some of you, that morning cereal is routine. The clinking sounds of little crunchy morsels hitting an empty bowl, the swoosh of the milk as it’s poured in, bubbling up around the cereal. Here it’s the splash of cream, covering the base of a little ramekin, the cracking of eggs, the grinding of coarse salt.   These aren’t sounds of my making, surpisingly. My children skillfully prepare their own eggs, quickly before school, keeping the dish simple, or sometimes leisurely, slicing up...

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2019-10-31

Whether you serve them for breakfast or with tea in the afternoon, these Butternut Squash Scones are a delicious way to celebrate another beloved flavor of the fall season. Butternut Squash Scones: Yes, my friends, we are taking a break from pumpkin today and making butternut squash the star of the show with these Butternut Squash Scones. I don't know about you, but I LOVE me some butternut squash. It has long been among my favorite sides at Thanksgiving. You simply roast the squash with a bit of butter and then mash it with some brown sugar and a pinch of cinnamon. It's a sweet side that pairs perfectly with all the savory foods on Turkey Day. With warm thoughts...

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The glittery streusel topping on these healthy pumpkin muffins adds the perfect crunch, and the moist interior is pumpkin-spiced heaven

These healthy pumpkin muffins are pretty much the best fall use of a muffin wrapper that there is. (In our humble opinion, of course!) There’s the tender interior, perfectly moist with pumpkin puree and infused with pumpkin pie spice. Then there’s the streusel topping: oats and glittery turbinado sugar. It makes a satisfying crunch, and every bite is just the right sweet and spice. Even better? Each one is less than 200 calories. We served them to some guests and they could not stop talking about them! (Also, our son Larson was a 100% fan.) It made us realize: it was time to share this recipe. What makes these healthy muffins? We admit: healthy muffins is a bit of an...

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