Tag 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.
An allergy-friendly creamy Tex-Mex casserole and a use up for chip crumbs!
I have to give kudos to Leanne Vogel for the “cheesy sauce” recipe. I had been working through a couple of challenges that both came together in this one recipe. I have a family favorite chicken casserole recipe that calls for layering corn tortillas in a monterey jack and sour cream sauce. That recipe causes problems for me with both the corn tortillas and the cheesy sauce. 🙁
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!
When making ACD, low carb, or paleo desserts, the dilemma is always which sweetener to use. Many baking recipes call for agave or honey which have a myriad of dietary problems associated with them. They’re both high-glycemic and honey isn’t vegan.