Before you start making these, please make sure your baby tolerates the ingredients and you’ve already introduced him/her to cow’s milk. Also, you could, if you wish, to change the cow’s milk with a nut milk that you’ve cold pressed at home. Do not use store-bought nut milks please.
The other day we ran out of bread and also out of sourdough, so I put together basic ingredients to make a big oven pan focaccia for the evening, as a special occasion since we do not really eat bread. We ended up trying to watch GoodFellas until we got tired of the loud screams and laughter. I received many requests in Instagram regarding the recipe, so here it goes.
The other day I decided to give this classic a try. I think salty pies are not that much of a thing in Sweden besides the delicious Västerbotten Cheese Pie (which you must try if you’re ever here) so I had my husband to give this a try and let him be the judge for the evening.
Have you ever tried making infused butter? I can swear it improves the taste of any sort of meat you are willing to fry in it. All you have to do is have some room temperature butter and choose a herb to add to it. I added thyme this time (haha). You whip it and save it for later when you want to fry something in it.
I have been trying to ”perfect” this recipe as much as possible with the help of my dear husband that has been tasting all my attempts. But I think I have finally reached a final recipe this Tuesday. The reason why I insist on making your own high protein foods is because of the lack of bad stuff in it, no conservatives/preservatives, no Es, nothing additional besides really clean and functional ingredients that I have particularly chosen to make them not only tastier but also better in terms of macros. So here we go!