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A recent phone conversation with my brother: Me: "So, I have to go; I'm putting key lime bars in the oven." Him: "What are those?" Me: "They're like key lime pie but without the eggs." Him: "So you're still not eating that stuff, huh?" Me: "Yep." Him: "Well, I'm allergic to eggs but I eat them all the time." Me: "That's nice, but we're going to have key lime bars without them." Him: Well, at least cover them with powdered sugar instead of icing so they taste good." These are first-try bars, using an 8x8 blondie bar recipe in a 9x13 pan just for kicks...because I had to feed an early-release school crowd! They're not bad. I'm sure to tweak the recipe some more---to get something cakier, perhaps. For now, though, they are pretty good topped with powdered sugar, in fact, and have just enough taste of summer to make me smile. If you try the recipe, let me know what you think and how you would change it up.
Published in Desserts
The sweet and nutty classic Southern dessert now with a gluten-free and vegan recipe! Gluten-Free Hummingbird Loaf Cake topped with a delicious dairy-free cream cheese frosting and packed with pecans, banana, and pineapple!
Published in Desserts
Can't decide between a chocolate chip cookie or a brownie? Now you don't have to!
Published in Desserts
Cool off with this refreshing Gluten Free Drink Feature! Perfect on a hot weekend!
Published in Beverages
Time to wake up those taste buds! A super spicy and easy dinner recipe you can throw together in minutes! Slow Cooker Chicken Sofrito made right in your crockpot, gluten-free, paleo, and allergy-free! This flavor-packed healthy recipe gives you a dose veggies from the homemade salsa!
Published in Main Courses
A healthy, big, fluffy, muffin recipe bursting with fresh blueberries! Gluten-Free Bakery-Style Blueberry Muffins that are vegan and allergy-free too! A loved bakeshop classic, now enjoyable for all at breakfast or brunch, with a cup of coffee or tea!
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
Beans. I like them. But I’m the only one in my household who does. That means I don’t have many dishes that has beans in them. I’ll open up a can of black beans to go on burritos or nachos once in a while, or a can of chili to go on a potato, but a full blown meal doesn’t really happen since I would be the only one eating it. My in-laws took us out to eat recently and everyone had leftovers but me. That seemed like the perfect opportunity for me to make a pot of chili. Plus, I saw a recent ad for our local grocery store about chili, so I thought it was meant to be. I have fond memories of chili going back to being in grade school when Friday’s lunch would be chili day complete with a warm tortilla for dipping and a cinnamon roll for desert. I had never made my own chili before and I was excited to try it out and recapture those fond memories. What I love about this is how easily adaptable it is. The original recipe called for ground beef, but I used ground turkey. Or you don’t have to add any meat at all; I’ll bet tofu would work well in this too or use beans only. I decided to use three different types of beans instead of one, but you can easily swap out one type for your favorite or double up on one that you like more. But the best part of this recipe I think is the slow cooker. Just put everything into it and it’s ready to go for dinner. (I love easy!)
Published in Main Courses
Sweet, nutty, and earthy, these Lavender Coconut Tigernut Flour Cookies are an alluring and delicious treat to bake! Gluten-free, vegan, paleo, and allergy-free, whether you enjoy them as a snack with afternoon tea or a healthy dessert, this recipe is bound to be a new favorite!
Published in Desserts
Sweet and tangy, you'll love how these taste and love how easy they are to make!
Published in Desserts
Make our gluten free pancake bites in minutes, or make them ahead of time and freeze and microwave for an on-the-go breakfast! Perfect for busy moms.
Published in Breakfast & Brunch
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