maple walnut blondies

Courtesy: Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free I will never forget the first recipe I made from the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. It was actually the first thing I baked, from start to finish, completely on my own. Blondies. I remember them being like a brownie, but without the chocolate. A blond brownie, with a deep brown sugar flavor. Same Read more…

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Pasta Lensi – Pasta Made From Pulses

I cannot tell you how many requests for product reviews I get, y’all. Is gajillions an actual number? That’s what the email-count feels like. Between the blog & curating the gluten-free box at Love With Food, I get a ton.  I don’t post about all of them – in fact, it’s pretty often that I try Read more…

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chai spiced pear crisp

Courtesy: Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free Sweet pears, crisp oat topping and a blend of warm spices make this gluten free vegan chai spiced pear crisp the perfect fall dessert. Fall is my most favorite season. For many reasons, but mostly for the fall baking. Everything with pumpkin, apples or pears. Pies, muffins, crisps, breads, tarts. I just want Read more…

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Southern-Style Hot Chicken

Try this recipe for Southern-Style Hot Chicken from KC the G-Free Foodie – it’s gluten-free, dairy-free, and full of spicy deliciousness. The folks at Enjoy Life Foods asked me if I could come up with a recipe or two using their line of top-8 allergen free flour and mixes, and I was happy to oblige. Read more…

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Pulled Pork Sandwich

Courtesy: Gluten-Free Baking by Rachelle Omigosh I love pulled pork sandwiches, very simple and very filling. I make this ahead of time to take to barbecues or just have a simple meal at home with home made baked beans. My kids and husband love these sandwiches!

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chocolate fudge waffle sundaes

Courtesy: Sarah, Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free I have never had a chocolate waffle, covered in ice vanilla cream and warm chocolate ganache. Until now. This gluten free vegan chocolate fudge waffle sundae is just down right HEAVENLY! When I had the thought of making a decadent chocolate waffle, there was no hesitation in my mind. Taking Read more…

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Blueberry Maple Syrup

Use this syrup with the berries intact to top pancakes, waffles, ice cream, yogurt and desserts, or strain the Blueberry Maple Syrup for fresh homemade sodas or to add fresh berry flavor to cocktails!   *to make Blueberry Maple Syrup sodas or cocktails: add 1 part syrup to 3 parts club soda or mixers. Yum!

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