Happy 4th of July, friends! I hope you are having a wonderful holiday weekend. If you are still looking for a great barbecue recipe for tomorrow, impress your friends with this corn cake recipe – a South American traditional corn bread.
As part of our Summer Blog Hop, our friend Leslie, over at From Playdates to Parties is sharing her family recipe for Bolivian Cornbread (or Huminta) that is both meaningful and looks amazing. The ingredients may surprise you – but the taste will leave you wanting more.
I love when Leslie shares recipes because she not only details the instructions, but she gives notes and tips of what has worked for her – and what hasn’t. It’s perfect for people like me – whose cooking always seems to be trial and error 🙂
Leslie also shares a little background about the traditional corn cake recipe – and how it came to be a staple in their family.
Here are some fun facts about Leslie:
What is the first thing you do when you wake up? Try to go back to sleep.
And, if you are just joining us, twice a week for the entire summer we are sharing awesome DIY posts from some very talented bloggers. We have DIY projects, crafty tutorials, kids activities, free printables, and recipes. So much fun, right?!
2017 Summer Blog Hop Co-Hosts:
From Play Dates to Parties
Dazzle While Frazzled
Just Measuring Up
Health, Home, and Heart
Crafting a Family
A Purdy Little House
Confessions of a Mommyaholic
The No Pressure Life
Flourish and Knot
If you missed any of our Summer Blog Hop posts, they are listed below! Remember to come back on Thursday for more DIY inspiration – and up next is us! We’ll be featuring our new craft room debut 🙂 It’s a good one!