Good Friends, Good Food – together but separate. How can that be?
Peggy, Kayte, and I baked with Tuesdays with Dorie for several years. And in some other groups as well. Some well established, some we created ourselves. Then several years ago we all just quit blogging. We tried with some groups but it just wasn’t the same.


Now it’s time to dust off the blogs and try something new. Healthy cooking, and eating, in our kitchens and sharing our recipes.


Twice a month we choose an ingredient and make something special or try something new with it. Or maybe try a recipe together.


This week we are using squash. In two weeks (9/25) our ingredient is green beans. It won’t always be veggies but this is how it worked out this time.


Peggy and Kayte used delicata. I wasn’t able to find one so I went with acorn squash.


And if you have read my blog before you know I like to try new and different things. Nothing has changed. Instead of roasting the squash or aaking it or stuffing it I decided to make Squash Pancakes for breakfast.



1/2 medium acorn squash cooked, peeled, and pureed.
1 egg
3 Tbl canned full fat coconut milk
1 Tbl pure maple syrup (I did not use)
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
3 Tbl coconut flour
3 Tbl almond flour
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp sea salt
Coconut oil or ghee for cooking

I baked the squash in the air fryer the night before. After peeling it I pureed the squash and added it to my KETO pancake batter.
Mix squash puree, egg, syrup (if using) coconut milk, vanilla and whisk until smooth.
In a separate bowl mix flours, soda and salt.
Stir the flour mix into the squash mixture and combine well.
Preheat the skillet to hot and pour in the ghee or oil. Add the batter to form pancakes that are 2″ – 3″ in diameter. Flatten to about 1/2 inch thickness. When bubbles form on top flip over.
Adjust heat if browning too quickly or not browning.
When done add more oil/ghee for cook the next batch. (This recipe was adapted from Paleo Running.)
These were not that good. In fact they were rather bland. I think mixing in some cinnamon would have helped a lot.

Here are Kayte’s and Peggy ‘s post.

Add we already know we have three more past TWD members joining in the long distance cooking!

Stay tuned for Green Beans September 25th.