Looking for an easy no-bake snack that is full of iron and other goodness? Let me introduce you to these Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Squares. Continue reading
If you need a last minute dish to take, serve or eat, this Black Bean Salad is just the ticket. Made with mostly pantry staples, it’s a quick fix and a real crowd pleaser. Continue reading
Individual serving sized peach crisp is the perfect winter dessert. Continue reading
Sometimes you need to make dinner on the fly, literally making due with what you have. This Russian dressing uses canned sloppy Joe sauce as its base. Continue reading
This Southwest Sweet Potato Casserole is unlike any you have tried before. Gone are the marshmallows and sugars and in their place are tomatoes, cheese and spices.
A simple recipe for a homemade buttermilk dressing mix.Don’t worry about not being able to find a gluten-free buttermilk dressing mix at the store! You can make your own mix in minutes and then have plenty to use for any recipe that comes your way. Continue reading
Now that we have moved to the Seattle area, football play-offs are much more exciting. We have kept track of more than one favorite team (yes, we are a house divided) and are looking forward to the Big Game at the beginning of February. It is no secret that I love making warm dips to eat while we watch sports. This new one is for the kid in all of us: SpaghettiOs Dip. Continue reading
This Raspberry Marshmallow Dessert is a bright, delicious dessert great for any holiday table. Continue reading
Oy! Only ten more days until Christmas and I am SO not ready. I have so much shopping still to do. Luckily, I think I can get it done at two or three stores. With life so busy, I am glad that there are quick dinners that can be made up in less than 30 minutes. I refuse to get caught in the fast food trap. Continue reading
Start the day with a little holiday cheer with this Gingerbread French Toast. A very simple addition gives regular French toast a big bang of wow! Continue reading
I love pancakes. I mean I love, love, LOVE pancakes. However, I cannot eat the same, boring plain pancake over and over. I must have variety, and from chocolate to granola, I will try it. This pina colada pancake was a definite hit. Continue reading
I need quick fixes. Time gets away from me ALL of the Time. I’ll be on the computer or spending time with my kids and then WHAM it’s dinner time. That’s why I love this Homemade Gravy Mix. AND it’s gluten-free. Continue reading
Serve up some hidden vegetables in this Italian Pasta Casserole with Zucchini. Continue reading
Traditional blueberry pie can be made any time of the year using frozen berries. Nowadays, you can make it gluten-free, too, because of the great gf pie crusts available from Glutino and Bob’s Red Mill. Continue reading
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Pantry Potato Salad is perfect for winter because it uses items you have in your cupboard. It goes together in a snap and tastes delicious. Continue reading
Cardamom Amaranth Granola is a nice change from the normal cinnamon type granola. It’s easy to make and SO good to eat!
I have been trying to come up with an alternative to milk and sugar filled sweetened condensed milk. I think this Non-Dairy Sweetened Condensed Milk is a great substitute.
Last week, the food blogging world lost one of it’s brightest stars, Joan Hayes of Chocolate, Chocolate and More. Today is National Chocolate Day, so in honor of Joan, many of us are posting chocolate recipes.
- 1½ cups gluten-free all-purpose blend
- ¼ cup cocoa
- ¼ cup coconut palm sugar
- 1 tsp xanthan gum
- 1 tsp gluten-free baking powder
- ½ tsp baking soda
- ¼ tsp salt
- 3 Tbsp butter
- ½ cup milk
- 2 tsp vanilla
- 1 egg
- 1 cup chocolate chips (mini chips would work really well)
- In a mixing bowl, whisk together the first seven ingredients (dry).
- With a pastry blender, cut in the butter.
- (You can also put this in a food processor to mix)
- Add the milk, vanilla, and egg.
- Stir in the chocolate chips.
- Divide the dough out onto two balls.
- Pat each into mounded circles on a gluten-free floured work surface.
- Cut each circle into four wedges.
- Place on a rimmed baking sheet.
- Bake in a preheated 400 degree oven for 12-14 minutes.
Yes, this is another apple crisp. I believe there are about four or five on my site. I cannot help it. When I want an apple pie, but I’m too lazy to make a crust, I make an apple crisp. This time, I used almond meal in the topping. Continue reading