Happy Samhain, witches! It's been a spell since I've posted, but I've been a bit swamped with psychic faires and Maude Squad events--I'll make a separate post with info about all that goodness! In the meantime, here's a little morsel to keep you satiated during the best time of the year. I'm offering a full feast of fall delights to feed your coven this Samhain. There's five desserts here in total: Plum Torte, Cinnamon Sugar Palmier, Pumpkin Cakes, Apple Cider Donuts, and Mex
This marks my first Kitchen Witch Wednesday with a savory recipe--as opposed to baked goods! And I couldn't think of a better recipe to represent my tastes! If you're wondering about thyme itself, as a magical and healing herb, check the first post of this series of three where I'm cooking with thyme. This recipe is one of my favorites and is so simple you could make it for any meal. What I love about it is how easy and quick it is to make, while also looking so spectacular.
Welcome to my first Sweet Spells Sunday with a recipe! As I mentioned before on the Instagram, Sweet Spells Sundays will not be magical recipes per se. They'll just be regular baking--but then again anything can be made magical with intention! Today I'm going to share with you my favorite banana bread recipe! This recipe comes for Martha Stewart and it's the one I've used for years. Every now and then I make some variations, but it's never disappointed me! For this recipe you
Overall, out of every edible herb, my favorite herb is probably Thyme. There's just something about the taste and scent that makes me melt and swoon. I use it a lot in my cooking and as I just bought a bunch of fresh thyme, get ready for a couple weeks of recipes featuring this wonderful plant. So what makes thyme so great? Besides its incredible flavor, it's also a fantastic antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiseptic herb when used in cleaning products and mouthwash. This al
Today's Kitchen Witch Wednesday is going to focus on lavender! It's one of my absolute favorite herbs to use in kitchen witchery. Not only is it a powerful herb, but it has such a wonderful scent and flavor. And nothing pairs better with lavender than lemon. Lavender is best known as a calming herb. It relaxes the mind and eases exhaustion. When carried, it protects you from the evil eye and allows you to see spirits. It's also often used in love spells, sleep spells, and pur
Today's Kitchen Witch Wednesday is going to focus on ginger and rosemary--two powerful assets of a witch's kitchen!
Ginger is often used to settle the stomach and dispel nausea. It can even relieve menstrual cramps! As a magical root, eating ginger before performing spells will lend them power.
I've mentioned rosemary before when added to an herbal steam, but in food rosemary can help with headaches, migraines, and strengthening your memory. When ingested, it can sooth yo
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So three of my favorite powerful powders are Turmeric, Cayenne, and Spirulina. Not only are they beautifully vibrant, but they're so good for you! And so delicious! In this post I'm going to show you my favorite ways to prepare these powders and also talk about why they're so important to have in your diet. 💚 S P I R U L I N A 💚
I first found spirulina two years ago in a small cafe in Kyoto, Japan that I would go to after