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Kale Soda Bread

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Kale Soda Bread

Want to join me in making Kale Soda Bread? Don’t be scared off by the word “bread!” This recipe has 7 ingredients, and takes less than an hour from start to finish. No yeast and no kneading involved! It’s a great way to use up a bunch of wilted kale and get some veggies into your kids. And most importantly, it’s absolutely delicious and eating this beautiful, bright green bread is so fun! Grab your ingredients if you want to bake along with me by watching this video here . - 2/3 cup (300mL) milk or 1/4 cup oats and...

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Find the Good & Magnify It

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Find the Good & Magnify It

Before I say anything else, I want you to know how incredibly thankful I am that you have made an intentional decision to support Scoop Marketplace. I appreciate every sale, every shoutout on social media, and every encouraging word.  It’s not often that I am at a loss for words, but I truly am not sure what to say about what is going on in our world right now. If you know me at all, you know that I am transparent, open and vulnerable. I always try to be as real with you as possible, so I will tell you...

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Carrot Cake | Easy recipe that keeps you wanting more

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Carrot Cake | Easy recipe that keeps you wanting more

Author: Gift, member of Team Scoop  I was first introduced to carrot cake when I worked as a kitchen staff at Brave Roasters - a specialty coffee shop in Bangkok. My main responsibilities were cooking and baking. The carrot cake was one of the sweet treats we served at the coffee shop. It’s a kind of cake that I have a pretty special relationship with. I learned how to use spices and vegetables in bakery, make cream cheese frosting, and decorate the cake for the first time. On top of that, it’s the cake that my crush (a regular customer...

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DIY Elderberry Syrup

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DIY Elderberry Syrup

It seems like we aren't the only ones still sniffling our way through these sunny, pre-spring days. I've been wanting to share how to make your own elderberry syrup for a long time, but I had this grand idea to do a video and have nice photos... but my kids are always in the kitchen with me and it's not always clean and I'm usually in my bathrobe and don't often bother to comb my hair. So you're getting a blog post instead!  I'm going to keep this super simple, because that's the way it should be. A few things...

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Spice Cookies | Recipe & reasons to love an everyday DIY snack

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Spice Cookies | Recipe & reasons to love an everyday DIY snack

Author: Gift, member of Team Scoop  I decided to make something new this time—spice cookies! I followed the recipe Stephanie, Scoop’s founder, previously shared on the shop’s blog. It’s my first time using spices other than cinnamon in my bakery, also the first time rolling cookie dough in a bowl of sugar cane before baking. Trust me, overly sweet treats are a nightmare for me, so I always stay away from sugar-coating methods of all kinds. But this time, I was curious, so I gave it a try. Hint: It’s one of the most delicious cookies I have ever made....

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