There are so many reasons why fall is such a great season (yes, half of them are food). In addition to sweater weather and gorgeous walks in red and orange transformed parks, fall spices up your menu with some of your favorite seasonal fruits and veggies. One of my favorite weekend activities in the fall… Read More Golden & Delicious Apple Pie
And so the banana baking trend continues on CATC! Since the banana bread was such a big hit last week, I stocked up on the ingredients again and was all ready to make a repeat. THEN I remembered that I had delicious hand-made sea salt caramel sugar from a boutique spice shop in Ocean City,… Read More Sea Salt Caramel Banana Muffins
If you’ve been following along with me on Instagram (@felicia.czo and @theclassycookbook), then you saw that a few weeks ago I was at the Cake Boss Factory in Jersey City, decorating cookies with Buddy Valastro! It has been SO hard to not spill the beans (or sprinkles) about what that was all about until now,… Read More Rethink Sweet With Cake Boss & Whole Earth Sweetener Co.
It takes me by surprise each time, but bananas go bad so quickly. The day before heading back to school I bought a bunch and have been eating one every other day. (The Peanut Butter & Banana Overnight Oats use 1 banana for 2-servings!) The best option for those way too ripe bananas is to… Read More Brava Banana Bread
As free time can be sparse during the week the more meal prep you can get done in advance, the better! I’ve started enjoying the wonders of overnight oatmeal – something that can be prepared up to three days before you’re ready to eat it. Not only are the oats incredibly filling, but this recipe is also packed with potassium, fiber and lots of natural sweetness. It is sure to help your day get off on the right foot!… Read More Peanut Butter & Banana Overnight Oats
When it comes to planning my meals for the week, I like to prepare one day at a time. This includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and of course, snacks. I’ve started making overnight oats for breakfast and mason jar salads for lunch – I’ll be sharing some of my favorite recipes later this week! Dinner always… Read More Swap Bad Snack Habits For Healthier Weight Watchers Options This Fall
The six degrees of separation never ceases to amaze me. The theory was actually proposed by a Hungarian writer (how fitting!!) Frigyes Karinthy in 1929. It basically says that anyone on the planet can be connected to another person on the planet through a chain of acquaintances that is no larger than five. I’ve become… Read More Getting Glammed For New York Fashion Week