Written by Carol Kicinski
They say that necessity is the mother of invention. The same could be said for food; necessity can lead to great recipes. That was certainly the case with this recipe.
I was hosting a dinner party recently. I have been accused of becoming a little high strung at times so I have decided
I have heard it said that all obsessions stem from some sort of deprivation early on in life; people obsessed with power often felt powerless, those obsessed with accumulating riches suffered poverty and so on. If this is true then I obviously was the victim of a severe lack of S ‘Mores growing up. I have made gluten free recipes for S ’Mores Cupcakes, Whoopie Pies, Tarts, Cheesecake and now Doughnuts.
Maybe my obsessive behavior would be better served (and my bank account fuller) if I had grown up in a
There are times when being gluten free can be downright frustrating. For instance, let’s say you all of a sudden have an unquenchable craving for apple pie and yet you live in a town that is sadly remiss in having a gluten free bakery.
Sure you could make gluten free pie crust dough, wait an hour or two for it to chill, roll the dough, cut the apples, flavor them up, assemble it all up and put you pie in the oven for yet another hour and then you can (finally) quell your craving.
While I literally w
Cuckoo for coconuts and need a gluten-free, dairy-free dessert in a hurry? If so this is the dessert for you, ready in minutes with pantry items. Impressive and delcious but could not be more simple.