Gluten Free Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart Recipe - Gluten Free Recipe. How low can you go?!
This gluten free chocolate peanut butter tart is sweetened with a delicious alternative sweetener that I have been enjoying of late –yacon syrup. Of course, as we all know, the best sweetener is no sweetener at all. I believe that humans were not made to digest large quantities of sugars. Fruit is available in most climates a couple of months of the year, if that. And then there is my family. And then there are my readers. Thankfully, I found this dessert on a fabulous blog that I follow called healthyindulgences.com. Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart printer friendly Flourless Tart Crust: Feel free to use my standard chocolate pudding as referenced (and linked) in the recipe above, or, try this new lower-glycemic, gluten-free chocolate pudding sweetened primarily with yacon, below: Lower Glycemic Chocolate Pudding Filling: I haven’t tried to use yacon and agave interchangeably, so am not sure if that would work in my recipes and others.
Banana Pancakes (can be vegan, dairy free, etc, and obviously are already gluten-free) I'm working at the Holiday Table at work, whicch means I'm sitting at a pretty table taking Thanksgiving orders.
Orders for raw, "do it yourself" turkeys, oven ready seasoned turkeys, pies, stuffings, gravies, whole already put together feasts. I talk to everyone who comes over, and quite a few have turned out to be gluten free. One woman broke my heart. She told me she's given up on "eating like everyone else does" and doesn't eat pizza or pies or anything she ate before. She has been diagnosed with Celiac for a number of years. So this morning I made pancakes. Banana Pancakes 1 c rice flour2 t baking powder1/2 t salt1 T sugara pinch of nutmeg and a bigger pinch of cinnamon1 T veg oil1 c milk or soymilk or water1 overripe banana Mix all the dry ingredients.
Gluten Free Buckwheat Pancakes « Wallet Friendly Wellness. Now that I’ve gone through my first work-week worth’s of budget friendly meals (almost a week later!)
, it’s time I got to the weekend. My weekday breakfasts tend to be pretty simple – a cup of plain yogurt with stevia or a 1/2 cup of oatbran sweetened with stevia and a cup of chamomile tea courtesy of the office. When I’m feeling extra creative, I’ll add some sesame seeds, cereal, or something else fun and yummy to the mix. But weekend brunch is a big deal in our household, and that’s when Steph and I go all out. For our first week on our $50.00 a week (each) grocery budget, we chose to make gluten-free pancakes!
I followed this gluten-free pancake recipe from Celiac.com with a few alterations, replacing milk with almond milk, vegetable oil with healthier canola oil, and substituting half the brown rice flour with buckwheat flour. Gluten Free Carrot Scallion Latke Recipe - Gluten Free Recipe. Latkes are everyone’s favorite Jewish fried food.
The typical latke is made with potato, flour and eggs. A Food Lover's Journey: Wholesome bites. A thought struck me the other day. As adults, we spend the majority of our time working. For some people like me, add on study, and time seems to disappear. In my field, women are so rare. Sometimes it feels like “ it’s a man world… ” But well, as the lyrics say “ But it wouldn't be nothing, nothing without a woman ”. Those women who “survive” the toughness of the industry are not only intelligent but also have some special quality of confidence and ‘dominance’ in them. Back to the main theme of this post, the featured ingredient is black sesame, which is richly in flavours. Today I am pairing these wonderful seeds with another healthy ingredient – tofu.
I have used organic whole-wheat flour instead of regular flour. I am sending this entry to Weekend Herb Blogging . Free-form Black Sesame Tofu Biscuits Ingredients (made quite a bit of biscuits. Method Mash the tofu. Baking notes: * When baking these biscuits, do check our oven after 15 mins of cooking. *You can try different flavours. Wholegrain Crackerbread with Sesame (gluten-free, vegan, ACD), my recipe calendar, and TWO giveaways - Affairs of Living - Recipes & Lifestyle - Affairs of Living.
The other big news is that my recipe calendar, entitled A Year to Eat Freely: 2011 Allergy-Friendly Recipe Calendar, is now for sale!
Doesn't it look lovely? This 12-month recipe calendar features 17 recipes free of all major allergens, with full color photos and lots of good instructions. Read more about it here, or just go over to my Etsy shop. I have decided to share a lovely recipe from the calendar as part of this month's event, a wonderful Wholegrain Crackerbread with Sesame that is easy to prepare and delicious. Free Recipes. Amaranth No-yeast Bread Recipe.