Simple Fruit Crisps with Bob’s Red Mill

I’m a big fan of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free oatmeal, so when they sent me some handy oatmeal cups in fabulous flavors, I was pretty happy. The cups are ready in 3 minutes (holla!) and come in Classic, Apple Cinnamon, Brown Sugar & Maple, and Blueberry Hazelnut flavors. I like these Bob’s Red Mill Oatmeal Cups Read more…

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Gooey Chocolate Crackle Cookies

These Gooey Chocolate Crackle Cookies are hard to beat, and incredibly easy to make. They taste like a slightly tangy, buttery brownie with crunchy flaky edges. You could argue that these are a holiday cookie, what with the snowy-mountain appearance and all, but I think they have pool party, book club and Tuesday afternoon written all Read more…

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Gluten Free Chocolate Doughnuts with Glaze

This recipe makes delicious Gluten Free Chocolate Doughnuts with a perfect Chocolate Glaze! These are baked gluten free doughnuts, so you’ll need a doughnut pan or mini doughnut pan. If you’re looking for fried doughnuts, check out this recipe  from my girl Mary Fran of FrannyCakes. This chocolate glaze can go on pretty much anything, from doughnuts Read more…

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Chocolate Irish Cream Cereal Bars

Courtesy Kyra Bussanich Things have been nuts here, with all sorts of projects in the works. BUT, late last night, I was inspired by the bottle of Bailey’s in my liquor cabinet, and the box of Mom’s Best Cereal Crispy Cocoa Rice cereal. (Did you know that this is totally glutenfree? And that there are Read more…

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frosted sugar cookie bars

Courtesy Sarah Bakes Gluten Free Treats I have a soft spot for sprinkles. It’s their bright colors and fun shapes that add a little fun to any sweet treat. My kids are always requesting sprinkles on their ice cream. They say it makes the ice cream taste better. How could I disagree with that? Let’s Read more…

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cinnamon swirl bread

Courtesy Sarah Bakes Gluten Free Treats I could easily enjoy a slice of this cinnamon swirl bread every morning of everyday! Now if only someone would come to my house and bake it for me. This mama got no time for that. Mornings in my house are always a little crazy. My husband leaves early Read more…

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cinnamon sugar graham crackers

Courtesy: Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free Treats There are certain foods that remind me of my childhood. Grandma’s chocolate chip walnut cookies, peanut butter and banana sandwiches and cinnamon sugar graham crackers. They just bring back memories of being little and not having a care in the world. I’ve recreated one of my childhood favorite snacks with Read more…

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Chocolate Mug Cake

The folks at Manini’s Gluten Free, makers of my favorite fresh GF pasta, sent me some samples of their Gluten Free Flour Blend and asked me to get creative – so I created a microwavable cake that serves one – me! Try this Gluten Free Chocolate Mug Cake and let me know what you think. You Read more…

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Individual Eggnog Bread Pudding

This gluten free Eggnog Bread Pudding is easy to make and chock full of holiday flavor. Pop a pecan or two on top of each pudding before baking for an attractive presentation.

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Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal, Squares or Muffins

These Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal Squares are full of harvest flavor, and make the perfect grab and go snack or hearty breakfast. Soaking the oats makes them easier to digest and allows the chia seeds to bloom. If you’d prefer to make muffins, bake them for about 25 minutes at 350 degrees. In a time where Read more…

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Gluten Free Fudge Cake

Often, our search for the one turns out to be fruitless. We dabble here and there, but end up settling for second (or third) best. We spend our lives with a muted version of the one we really want. Sure, it’s good enough. But is it really what we have been longing for? Are we Read more…

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