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For all the cookie lovers out there. These are not only good (top 8 free) for you but they taste delectable as well. Give it a try and I'm sure…
Free of the top 8 food allergens, (no machine required)!  If you love a classic s'mores dessert, you'll love this easy healthy version made with avocado and banana.
A peanut-free version of peanut butter pie, inspired by a girl with chocolate eyes who leaves me spellbound.
Summer is almost here, cool off with some non-dairy "ice cream" made from just pureed frozen bananas in a gluten-free, egg-free cookie sandwich.
These delicious 5-ingredient, no-bake bites taste just like cookie dough. What a fun, new way to enjoy a classic favorite treat!
I created this cake for my husband. A love letter, of sorts, in so much as a cake can be called a love letter. It's an homage to a food…
When Lys Gabrielle Poet brought this delicious cheesecake to our office, everyone went nuts. How could it be so simple to make and yet taste and look like it took…
A lighter, fresher take on carrot cake – these bite-sized treats are made with Gluten Free Coconut and Almond flour, and use Greek yogurt instead of oil, so more of…
This is the easiest and most delicious recipe. I like to call it the only recipe you'll ever need :)
This lovely Gluten Free Lemon, Ricotta and Almond Flourless Cake looks beautiful, but it tastes light, lemony and delicious.
Hodgson Mill Gluten Free Apple Cinnamon Muffin Mix makes a wonderful crunchy, slightly nutty crust for a delicious and tangy key lime and cream cheese filling.
A fun Easter tradition - revamped to fit many customeater needs!
My mother-in-law, affectionately known as Grandma Pumpkin, has one recipe that is zealously guarded by granddad and coveted by her kids: her melt-in-your-mouth orange blossoms. After enjoying this treat over…
Enjoy these gluten free-friendly treats knowing that although they’re rich and sweet, there’s no gluten protein to worry about.
These gluten free pumpkin quinoa bars are a healthier version of my Pumpkin Cake Bars and my Gingerbread Pumpkin Bars but nonetheless just as delicious.They would make the perfect school snack and would travel…
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