Here I am, again, for the first time in years, to share a recipe I made up for Thanksgiving. Why? Well, it turns out it’s delicious. This was our first Thanksgiving as the official hosts and there were three vegetarians on our guest list. I sort of hate it when people assume that vegetarians can just eat […]
Archive for the ‘Gluten Free’ Category
I unabashedly stole the base of this recipe from my friend Susan’s Nutella Booze Balls. But since I changed or omitted every ingredient other than the butter I think it calls for a new recipe.
When someone I love has a birthday I bake a cake. It’s that simple. It would be so nice to be able to leave it at that, except I can’t… I’m a meddler, and a talker, and in general I can’t leave well enough alone. So, here goes…
These granola bars aren’t pretty, but they taste great. They are gluten free, which means The Boy can eat them, and they are actually made with Sunbutter (a peanut butter like paste made from sunflower seeds and are therefore peanut and tree nut free!) which is why the title has peanut butter in quotation marks. […]
Last year after our Passover Seder I took the leftover charoset and turned it into a rolled cake that I served my family a few days later on Easter. It was so good I was thinking about it all year and eagerly awaiting the leftovers so I could once again make this cake. Until I […]
Well, the world has come a long way since my husband’s Great-grandmother was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 100 years ago (or thereabouts, I don’t now the exact date). In those days the only way to go gluten free was to simply stop eating breads, cookies, cakes, or anything that was made with wheat, barley, rye, […]
So, here it is… The Boy turned 4 years old last week and he asked for a cake shaped like a dinosaur, wearing a party hat, holding a balloon. I’m just enough of a sucker that I had to make it for him. Even though we were away and I was going to have to […]
I got this recipe from a wonderful cookbook I got for Christmas called Gluten-Free Baking Classics. I’ve made several things from it and they’ve all been a hit. This cake in particular.
Pizza is something of a favorite food for just about everyone. But once you can’t eat gluten anymore it becomes the sort of thing you lie awake at night fantasizing about. I’m not so much fantasizing for myself, but for The Boy. We’ve tried every frozen gluten free pizza crust I’ve found in various health […]
Here it is… drum roll please… the gluten free banana bread!