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Happy lunar new year, you little hooligans! Depending on what you believe in, it is either the year of the rabbit or the year of the cat. Mee—yow. I think that it is only the Vietnamese who celebrate the year of the cat. What about bunnies?
I ate two straight from the oven: Oh my sprinkles , they are so good. So soft. So sweet. So perfect. It’s officially December now, which means you have a great excuse to make cookies.
At first, I was going to write a Memorial Day recipe-round-up post. But then I decided on something I hope you will like even better… Cookies!!! Cookies cookies cookies!!! Ok, I’ll calm down now. But not really, because… cookies!!!
Picture this: You meet friends for a picnic and bust out these tart lemonade squares, infused with basil. What a fun flashback to childhood, yet they're still elegant and delicious. Here, Faith from The Kitchn reveals how to make them... The Best Jello You'll Ever Have By Faith Durand of The Kitchn , and author of the new book Bakeless Sweets Lemon makes a tart, grown-up jelly, infused here with basil for an herbal aroma that sets off this summery sweetness. (Leave out the basil if you just want simple lemonade jelly.)
in Share 0 17 Ok, please excuse the photos. I almost didn’t post this because the photos were so bad. The only trouble with that is that you would have to wait to get this awesome recipe.
What's better than a moist slice of olive oil cake with a cup of coffee? This recipe speaks for itself... The Best Olive Oil Cake You'll Ever Have By Jodi Moreno of What's Cooking Good Looking
This recipe really gets around. It first appeared on Dashing Dish , then on Sally's Baking Addiction (did you know that she makes a lot of healthier recipes?! Well, she does :)) then again just recently on Butter Baking and I couldn't stand it! I had to make these. And right away.
These grain-free biscuits are delicious topped with butter, raw honey or homemade jam . Almond flour is a good source of protein and is high in dietary fiber, vitamin E, calcium, riboflavin, copper, zinc and magnesium. If you’re living grain-free/gluten-free, it’s important to choose nutritionally dense options such as almond flour and coconut flour, in contrast to baking with gluten-free flours that contain nutritionally-poor ingredients like white rice flour, tapioca flour and potato starch. The only drawback is the cost, as blanched almond flour can be quite expensive.
Wheat-free Buttermilk Biscuits. Try the following scrumptious wheat-free recipe to help get rid of your wheat belly. Buttermilk biscuits 1 cup almond flour ¼ cup coconut flour ¼ cup parmesan cheese ½ cup baking soda ¼ cup cold salted butter 1 large egg ¼ cup buttermilk Heat oven to 350*F In bowl, combine almond flour, coconut flour, parmesan cheese and baking soda until blended
I’ve never done this before, but I’m going to try it this year—cornbread dressing. But first I’ll need to bake a grain-free, gluten-free cornbread. I thought a little longer than usual about how to title this post. Like the mashed potato posts , the title “Cornbread” is somewhat misleading. I’m not trying to fool myself or anyone else, but it does taste like cornbread. Before I began baking gluten and grain-free, I had tried a number of cornbread recipes, and I even resorted to using the Jiffy mix on occasion.
If this elimination diet has taught me nothing else, it has opened me up to the world of gluten-free flours, and more specifically, my newly-beloved chickpea flour. Made from finely ground chickpeas (garbanzo beans), the flour is packed with protein and fiber, and slight chickpea flavor that can be either complimented or hidden with other flavors depending on your end goal. So far with chickpea flour, we’ve made pancakes, socca , and the world’s creamiest and smoothest hummus. Seriously, it is worth buying a bag of the stuff just for the hummus.
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This recipe has me really excited! If you like cookie dough as much as I do, I know you will love these little doughy balls. The beauty of this recipe is that because they are vegan (and gluten free) so you don’t have to worry when eating raw cookie dough. Well, the only worry is that these little cookie dough bites are good. A little too good. Ahem.
I didn’t think it could be done. I didn’t think a decent, let alone delicious, low carb pasta existed. I didn’t think that a homemade pasta even my cheap and lazy frugal and time effective self could make. I didn’t think I could get away without dishing out copious amounts of dough for a pasta maker. (Pun intended) I didn’t think I could make any kind of homemade pasta in under an hour.
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