Peanut-Free Dible

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The other night I pulled out my phone while making dinner, looking for inspiration to turn our abundant cucumber and tomato crops into an attractive vegetable dish. After seeing a few ideas, I began playing around. Then hubby walked into the kitchen. Hubby: *gasp!* Is that a Greek salad? Me: It’s a cucumber, tomato, and feta salad. Is that Greek? Hubby: I think so!! So hubby decided to add olives to his salad as well. I dunno, it’s all Greek to me! Regardless of what you call it, this dish turned out to be both bright and refreshing! An exciting change from regular garden salads.
Published in Salads & Sides
I love using the slow-cooker to cut down on meal prep, cooking and clean-up. I never thought to use it for breakfast.... until now! We took our favorite comfort breakfast food - muesli, added some pumpkin and let the slow-cooker do the work!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
These spooky mini cupcakes aren't so scary. Made with allergy-friendly ancient whole grains, they are the perfect addition to any Halloween party!
Published in Desserts
Traditional Pumpkin Pie has just gotten an upgrade with Zemas Pumpkin Tart made with our Peruvian Sweet Potato mix as the crust!
Published in Desserts
Fall just isn't complete without the essential pumpkin treat. So indulge in these Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars, perfect for sharing!
Published in Desserts
No need to double-take on this ghostly treat, these mini chocolate cupcakes really are top 8 allergen-free and gluten-free!
Published in Desserts
Taste like pumpkin pie, but eats like a trifle. Easy to make using our new ancient whole grain Mini Sweet Potato Spice Cookies and our vegan pudding. Top it off with whipped coconut cream.
Published in Desserts
A favorite family treat here in the Madhouse, now made with a better-for-you dairy-free condensed milk. Using our ancient whole grain Mini Double Chocolate Cookies for the crust, these bars will keep everyone smiling.
Published in Desserts
Curl up with this decadent gluten free coffee drink! Ssssssip...aaaahhhhh....
Published in Beverages
In the last year, we’ve started doing a lot of muffins for breakfast. And now that fall is in the air (we had our temperature plunge by 20 degrees over the weekend!) it’s time to pull out all things Pumpkin Spice! These delicious allergy-friendly muffins hit the spot on chilly autumn mornings!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
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