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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!
Gravy is a very simple thing to make—even gluten-free gravy. It’s the subtle variations that each cook adds that makes it her own. My gravy acquired its signature twist last Thanksgiving.
I intended to do an anti-candida friendly version of Hail Merry’s raw chocolate macaroons. Then, as usual, things took a twist. The fresh cherry provides a tart juiciness that perfectly offsets the dense chewiness of the raw macaroon filling.
I found that one of the most difficult things to make on my own was mayonnaise. Every recipe I found had raw eggs in it, called for ingredients I can’t have, or just made a ton of it! Then I found a recipe online that called for cooking the mayonnaise.
I didn’t know that coconut ghee was a thing until earlier this year. I’ve made it for over 3 years. If you have a dairy sensitivity, not a full-blown allergy, it’s a good way to cut back on butter while not depriving yourself of the flavor. 🙂