Sunday Brunch Toffee Coconut Crunch Cookies

A crispy, chewy cookie packed with toffee chips, coconut flakes, oats and other deliciousness make this cookie the perfect treat to kickstart your week! You owe it to yourself to have a batch of these in your house today!

Okay so let’s be real here when it comes to Sundays…they are both awesome and sad at the same time. How so? Well awesome in the fact that most of us get to sleep in and not have to deal with that stupid alarm clock. You get to snuggle a bit longer, you don’t have to deal with Monday traffic, work or putting on real pants. You can chill out all day in front of the TV or head out on all day hike. So what’s the downside? Um hello, the next day is Monday. You have to get up at some ungodly hour to the most annoying sound (alarm), you sit in traffic, deal with a million emails and do that whole work thing. And there’s that whole wearing real pants thing.

Now for me, my Sundays are spent mixed between laundry, yard work, and creating new recipes. And I can’t forget to mention the photo shoots, TKW administration stuff and oh yeah, “me” time.

these cookies will rock your week a little sweeter!

Tuesday’s Tip with The Kitchen Whisperer – Keeping your cauliflower white during cooking!

Love cauliflower but hate how it loses its beautiful white color during cooking? On today’s Tuesday’s Tip with The Kitchen Whisperer I’m going to share with you how to keep your cauliflower white during cooking!

Growing up if we were served cauliflower, it was a punishment. I hated that funky thing. It looked like a brain and tasted like mush. And it was a yucky, dingy color when cooked. However throughout my travels and cooking experiences I learned a trick along the way that will help you when you’re cooking cauliflower to retain its beautiful white coloring. And with this method you can actually amp up the natural sweetness of it too!

Cauliflower, in the past 3 years, really became popular in the food world. With the rise gluten-free, grain-free and other items cauliflower because the new ‘it’ veggie. It was used in lieu of mashed potatoes, as a pizza crust, as rice, as a puree and about 37 other items. But one thing they all had in common was they all didn’t have that beautiful cauliflower white color any longer when boiled.

Are you a cauliflower fan?

Weekly Menu

Get out of that same ol’ recipe rut and try one of these delicious and easy recipes this week! This week I highly recommend making the Crock Pot Italian Style Pot Roast and Butterscotch Sweet Potato Raisin Muffins!

Happy Sunday TKW Family!  I’m 2 weeks post-op. If you’re reading this portion now it means I’m still not able to sit at the computer and type (one handed) these posts. I’m still recupperating from surgery. What I’ve done is write up a few posts before going out on surgery in case I still not recovered enough to post. Please forgive me but I didn’t want you guys to go with out a weekly menu.

Have an amazing week and hopefully by next Sunday I’ll be well enough to set at the computer and write up a real post instead of a pre-scheduled one.

Love you!

♥ Monday – Easy Frittata
♥ Tuesday – Chunky Portabella Veggie Burgers
♥ Wednesday – Lasagna Roll Ups
♥ Thursday –  Sunrise Breakfast Taters
♥ Friday – French Bread Garden Pizza with Herbed Oil
♥ Saturday – One Pot Pastabilities
♥ Sunday – Crock Pot Italian Style Pot Roast
♥ Dessert of the week – Butterscotch Sweet Potato Raisin Muffins



Best Broccoli Slaw Salad

This is a new spin on a classic broccoli slaw. Crispy and packed with veggies, seeds, cranberries, and bacon topped with my Grandma’s amazing old fashioned boiled dressing. Every cookout needs this dish!

I debated on what to call this dish. It is Broccoli Slaw? Is it Broccoli Salad?  I struggled with it as it has well both broccoli florets and broccoli slaw. So I went with a Slaw Salad. Sure I could have shortened it to Broccoli Slawlad but then again that just like I fat fingered it really, really bad. Trust me, spell-check is screaming at me right now with that word.

This dish I literally had 2 women in their 60’s get into a fist fight over. Well okay technically only one punch was thrown but seriously for me, it was a HUGE compliment. To have people go to the level that they actually fight over your dish… I know I did something good. You can read that story here.

Let’s just focus on getting this in your belly, k?

Tuesday’s Tip with The Kitchen Whisperer – How to peel a kiwi

I love kiwis but I HATED trying to peel them. Now that I found this handy little trick to do it, they are super easy!  Find out today’s edition of Tuesday’s Tip with The Kitchen Whisperer on how to easily peel a kiwi!

Oh kiwi how I love your fat little fuzzy self. You’re sweet with a bit of tartness. You’re funky feeling, shaped but quintessential for an epic fruit salad. But dear lord you’re a pain in the butt to peel.  Now if you’re like me when it came to peeling kiwi you’d use a sharp knife, cut of the top and bottom and then attempt to peel it. First you’d try a veggie peeler and nope, doesn’t work. Then you’d use a sharp parry knife only you’d end up cutting off half of the flesh leaving you with a peel kiwi pretty much the size of a large grape.


BUT I have a handy trick for you to peel it easily.  All you need are a knife and spoon!

find out how to peel that fuzzy little thing easily!

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