These would be fabulous as a breakfast cookie, loaded with oats, currants, coconut flour and coconut flakes for extra protein, and not too much added sugar.
Baking without gluten, eggs, milk, nuts, almond flour (which I love to bake with), also no corn or soy. Phew! That’s hard. However, I do love a kitchen challenge…
A perfect side salad for any grilled meats or fish. A winner of a main course on it’s own if you or some of your guests are vegetarians.
I follow quite a few gluten free blogs and Instagram accounts, lately I’ve noticed a buzz about Otto’s Cassava Flour for Pizza. Raving reviews, basically calling it the Holy Grail of pizza crusts. I had to be sure, had to give it a try.
One pan to wash up, no exotic ingredients, and a technique that is foolproof. Now, the tricky part is that you need a cast iron pan...
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My daughter made a request yesterday for lemon bars, I had made them awhile back and they were such a huge hit that they were gone in one day. Only hitch was that I had no lemons...
It’s time to take the stress out of the AM so you can quickly (and effortlessly) start your day. One of the best ways to do this is to do your meal prep the night before.
Finding healthy solutions for you and your family can be easy, but our busy lifestyles still require us to look for fast ways to prep our meals. Blending convenience and nutrition can be tough for parents on the go. Instead of rushing in the morning to meal prep on your way out the door, you may want to turn to Quaker® overnight oats recipes.
With the garden exploding with herbs right now this was a quick and easy way to incorporate lots of parsley, basil, oregano and chives.
These Triple Coconut Breakfast Muffins certainly did the trick. Loaded with protein, and not too much sugar, they are a perfect quick grab-and-go choice. And, any excuse to use up some of the expensive coconut flour languishing in the pantry is always welcome.
Tubes of cinnamon bun dough make for pretty fantastic doughnuts, sort of like a doughnut-meets-cinnamon bun, with crusty edges and soft, chewy insides, and they take under 15 minutes to make. (Also: churros!)
I used a light dusting of cornstarch along with a few dry spices to create this Crispy Shrimp. Perched upon a warm Asian Coleslaw and dinner was ready in less than 20 minutes. Now that is a winner of a recipe in my book honey.
Keep the mixture thicker for dipping fresh veggies, or thin it a little more to drizzle over salad.
Katie Workman’s fun and irreverent voice is a delight as she takes us through 100 familiar and foolproof meals.