Category Archives: Baking
Crisp, crunchy, orange ginger cookies are a great allergy-friendly treat!
I’ve been playing with the graham cracker recipe since Thanksgiving. I’ve made chocolate mint and orange ginger so far. Both flavors are a big hit! The recipe is very easy to modify.
A juicy baked apple with cinnamon and walnut-laced oatmeal baked inside—what a wonderful, healthy Fall treat.
I love granny smith apples. They’re tart, crisp, and juicy. It doesn’t matter to me what apple the recipe calls for. I’m still using granny smiths!
I was browsing through some gluten-free/paleo bread recipes and I noticed they all had the same issue. The bread stays doughy in the middle and it takes forever to bake. So, I thought, “What if I took out the middle?”…and the donut roll was born!
Pre-corn Allergy Origins
Before I was diagnosed with the corn allergy, I used to make cornbread muffins and stuff them with turkey sausage, corn, and cheese. Literally, there was as much stuffing as batter. Yum! They were a great on-the-go breakfast when I was in college. Sadly, I can’t have any of those items anymore. That’s okay because these muffins are even better!
Readers went wild for my corn (-less) tortillas.
So, I thought I’d offer you another corn-free “upgrade” of my favorite corny treats. I hope you enjoy the un-cornmeal muffins as much as I enjoyed creating them! 🙂
Because I’m allergic to corn and gluten-free, I had to find a way to satisfy my cravings for corn tortillas and corn chips. This is my favorite use up for leftover nut pulp—almond and brazil nuts. Any nut pulp will work for this recipe.