Mar 042014
 
Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls

I’m still working on clearing out old expired stuff from my kitchen, and I finally found a use for my King Arthur Gluten Free Multi-Purpose Flour that had a sell by date of January 2013. I wasn’t all that keen to make the popover recipe on the back of the box, so I ventured to the company website for further inspiration, and I’m glad I did because it has a good selection of recipes. That’s where I found this one for gluten-free cinnamon rolls. Continue reading »

Feb 232014
 
Simply Organic Gluten Free Carrot Cake Mix

When I saw that Kroger had Simply Organic Gluten Free Carrot Cake Mix on closeout a few weeks ago, I snatched up a box for next to nothing. Now I wish I’d bought two, because I’d really like to try the bonus recipe on the side of the box, and I can’t find a store that still has any in stock. Continue reading »

Feb 212014
 
Gluten Free All Purpose Flour

Gluten-free baking mixes and flours are expensive. When I see some on sale I tend to buy a box (or three) thinking that I might as well snap the stuff up at a decent price because, you know, I’ll end up using it all eventually. Continue reading »

Aug 242013
 

Paleo Banana Peanut Butter and Chocolate Torte CakeFor all you lucky people of the world who don’t have to contend with food sensitivities and can pretty much eat whatever you like whenever the mood strikes you, please understand that those of us who can’t tolerate gluten, dairy, soy, etc. have different expectations when it comes to baked goods. Continue reading »

Mar 142013
 

Gluten-Free Cinnamon Mini-MuffinsSeveral weeks ago I mentioned wanting to try a recipe for Cinnamon Bun Muffins that I found on elanaspantry.com. Whenever there’s something I want to make gluten-free, I typically head there first and see if she’s already figured out how to do it. Usually, she has. Continue reading »

Feb 202013
 


School was out on Monday, so the kids and I visited a local coffeehouse. Their coffee might be fantastic as rumored, but I ordered a chai tea and wasn’t impressed. It was too sweet and a bit heavy on something… cloves, maybe? It’s the same issue I have with chai tea from Starbucks. I prefer the chai tea at Whole Foods, even though it’s made from a concentrate. Continue reading »

Feb 062013
 

Gluten-Free CupcakesThanks to a recent online discussion about gluten-free baking, a couple of flour blend recipes came to my attention, and I agreed to try them both and report on my results. Originally, I was only going to try one gluten-free flour blend, but it called for sorghum flour and I didn’t have any. Continue reading »

Nov 142012
 

Chocolate Peanut Butter BallsLast month during the Tennessee ICES Day of Sharing one of the demonstrators was a lady who has been catering weddings and special events for years. She set up a table with a generous selection of handmade chocolate candies and kindly shared her recipes. Continue reading »

Nov 052012
 

Butternut Squash Pecan Pie Slice

A long time ago I posted pictures of two healthy (and gluten-free) holiday dessert ideas, with links to their recipes. One was an apple tart, and the other was a butternut squash pie, and I regularly make both recipes this time of year. Continue reading »

Oct 282012
 

Gluten Free Cupcakes Crumb and TextureI’m not entirely sure what possessed me to attempt more gluten-free cupcakes, but I stumbled upon this recipe from Elana Amsterdam’s archives while searching for something else, and I was curious how it would turn out. The other cupcake recipe of hers that I tried uses almond flour, and while still yummy, those cupcakes are dense, heavy, and moist to the point of almost seeming soggy. Continue reading »

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