It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon. - Sarah Addison Allen, NYT Bestseller
You may remember my WW2 history class that culminated in a massive cooking project consisting of sticky buns and casseroles. I spent months researching the ingredients used in the 1940's and 1950's to ensure my project was accurate. In the process, I discovered many cooking blogs focused on pretending food was still rationed today. One site in particular aimed to lose weight with this method. I found the original recipe for these sticky buns in a cookbook from WW2 and modified the ingredients to be dairy free and a bit sweeter. The final result was pretty darn good!Side note: I apologize for the horrific featured image. Food designers didn't exist in wartime as fair as I know anyway, so cut me some slack. Follow me on Insta if you'd like!