04 March 2018

Calling all Secret Recipe Club Alumni!

Please check out the Facebook group for more details about a Reunion Reveal Day we will be holding soon :)

The Facebook Group

12 December 2016

What SRC Members Are Up To

Now that Secret Recipe Club has come to an end, I will only be updating here to let y'all know of any upcoming events that our alumni are hosting whether that be a short term or long term event!

So be sure to check back here often and see what our members are up to!

Hosted by Wendy of A Day in the Life on the Farm on Facebook: here
Info: A friendly group that will get together and swap Soup and/or Stew recipes based on a chosen theme on the third Saturday of each month.


Hosted by Sid of Sid's Sea Palm Cooking: here.
Info: A monthly link up on the first Monday of each month where you can add your favorite recipe posted from the previous month. The first link up will be on Monday, January 2nd, 2017.

Hosted by Sarah of Fantastical Sharing of Recipes: here
Info: A food blog challenge group that posts a recipe with a theme or using a specific ingredient on the third Wednesday of each month

25 November 2016

Most Popular: Peach and Blueberry Cobbler: Natural Noshing

After a great reveal day for Group C, it's time to reveal the "Most Popular" recipe. This recipe was chosen by YOU the readers. YOU loved it and now I'm sharing it! Our most viewed recipe was Peach and Blueberry Cobbler from Nora of Natural Noshing.

Nora had this to say about the recipe...

"What a lovely recipe, the blueberry-peach reminded me so much of my sweet grandma! With these ingredients – oats, peaches, berries, coconut oil and chia…this made for a guilt-free yet decadent-tasting breakfast and a sweet AND satisfying dessert."

Get the recipe for Peach and Blueberry Cobbler here.


23 November 2016

Gluten Free Pumpkin Swirl Brownies: The Heritage Cook

Today's featured recipe comes from Group C blogger, Jane of The Heritage Cook, who made Gluten Free Pumpkin Swirl Brownies from her assigned blog, The Gluten-Free Homesmith.

Jane had this to say about her recipe:

"If you are traveling to another home for Thanksgiving and are bringing a dessert or just want to share something fun with everyone there, these brownies are perfect. Easily transportable, after baking and cooling, you can lift them out of the pan, cut into squares, and then place them back in the same pan (still on the parchment). Wrap the pan and you’re all set."

Get the recipe for Gluten Free Pumpkin Swirl Brownies here.

Stay tuned for another great Group C recipe tomorrow!

Coconut Pistachio Biscotti: The Big Sweet Tooth

Today's featured recipe comes from Group C blogger, Rafeeda of The Big Sweet Tooth, who made Coconut Pistachio Biscotti from her assigned blog, Dessert Before Dinner.

Rafeeda had this to say about her recipe:

"The batter/ dough of the biscotti is very close to that of cookies or scones. You bring them together into a shape, make it like a log and bake it for sometime till firm. Once cool, it is cut into slices and baked again till they get crunchy. The kids loved it with their cup of warm milk, while I had it just like that. I had made half the recipe and wished I had made the whole, but InShaAllah, hopefully this is the start to many more biscottis in the future. "

Get the recipe for Coconut Pistachio Biscotti here.

Stay tuned for another great Group C recipe later today!