I wish I had a fun story about these cookies. But I think the best thing about them (other than their taste – if your a fig fan these are a MUST) is that they are a clear indication that I’m starting to “get” this whole gluten free baking thing. I was really just looking […]
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I know what you are thinking, “She barely posts for months and then two cookie recipes in one week?!” Or maybe that’s just what I’m thinking. But, ’tis the season for cookies and finding gluten free adaptations of my traditional holiday cookies has been consuming me lately. There were a couple of failures there that […]
I wasn’t honestly sure how the holiday baking season was going to turn out in our house after the removal of wheat flour and gluten from my pantry. I confess to have been feeling a bit daunted by baking in general. But then I found a great recipe on Gluten Free Girl and the Chef […]
To wrap up our special “Ice-cream Week!” here on the blog I’m inviting you to try this homemade creation that we discovered a few years back. It’s simple: Take a molasses cookie and put some “hot vanilla” ice-cream in the middle. Smoosh another cookie on top and voila you have a super-duper grown-up ice-cream sandwich! […]
Do you remember these from when you were a kid? I do. I remember someone bringing them into school for something and practically swooning over them. My grandmother was a great baker, but she never made these. And then, I sort of forgot about them, for, like, decades. What was I crazy?
Sometimes a friend will ask me the innocent question, “How do you come up with what to cook?” It’s an innocent question because they have no idea what a crazy person I really am (although some of the lucky ones have a clue). So today’s post is all about taking another peek inside my mind.
Passover is over now so everyone can return to using chametz (the grains forbidden during Passover). Now that everyone can use AP flour again we get to find a fun way of using up that leftover charoset.
Boys and girls we need to have a talk about something important… we need to talk about chametz. Every year on Passover I again struggle with what to serve. As I’ve mentioned, I’m not Jewish and Adam is as secular as they come. We don’t sweep the house clear of chametz and I think […]
The very first Passover Seder I ever went to was a somewhat hastily thrown together potluck hosted my my friend Jessica in college. I remember that we were all sitting together in a large circle on the floor of one of the houses one of our friends was living in off campus that semester. I […]
I had wanted to call these Faux-reos but didn’t because they if I billed them as homemade Oreos I was afraid you all would take me at my word and they aren’t really the same. These cookies are less cloyingly sweet and have a darker richer chocolate taste. But the name’s darn clever, isn’t it?
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