This delicious Lemon Bundt cake is both moist and tangy. The addition of buttermilk creates a texture similar to that of homemade pound cake. While the lemon zest gives a beautiful background note, the prize is in the sweet and tart glaze added to the top and sides while warm.
LunaGrown Apricot Jam is the perfect base to build a beautifully sweet and hot sauce. This sauce can be incorporated into your stir fry creating a central theme for all your vegetables to work off of.
Speaking of Love, the pairing of LunaGrown’s NY Grape Jelly with these peanut butter cookies is a match made on the countertop! Great for sunny days, or rainy days. Guaranteed to create smiles.
This recipe is low in sugar so it is best served with a jar of pineapple Jam and some homemade whipped cream or butter. A perfect addition to your breakfast, toasted or plain, perhaps served with some yogurt and granola.
Belgian Waffles with LunaGrown Jam. Belgian Waffles remind me of late brunch at the seaside and cool autumn mornings. They should be lite, full of flavor, and have an air of carefree decadence.
We love this recipe at LunaGrown, it’s simple to make, these little treats are very tasty, and they make a big impact when given as a gift or at any kind of social gathering. A bit of jam on top…
Traditionally this cake is created in a bundt pan however for some gatherings it’s great in a sheet pan and served cut into cubes. We include some home whipped cream, additional LunaGrown Jam
One article suggests that cornbread was well known to the indigenous peoples of America long before the English settlers. However, this would have been closer to a tortilla (although not by that name).