You know me, I am always trying to come up with gluten free recipes that are simple to make and use “normal” ingredients and if that recipe is for dessert, then all the better. If I am going to use that recipe for entertaining then being able to make it ahead is an even bigger plus.
I threw myself a birthday bash recently and decided I really didn’t want a birthday cake. Instead I wanted an array of mini desserts. After all, why eat one piece of one thing when you can eat a variety of small bites? So I made mini coconut cupcakes, mini cream puffs, mini strawberry shortcakes and these little beauties – Flourless Mini Chocolate Cherry Cupcakes.
These are so simple and everyone loved them. So many people commented on
With no time to think let alone do I came up with these quick and easy gluten free mini cakes that taste like almond croissants spread with apricot jam. Perfect for brunch with the ladies!
I’ve been in my own little world lately, hurtling headlong towards a deadline stuck in an endless cycle of cook, write, photograph, repeat. But apparently here in America we have a major sporting event of some sort coming up this weekend. Super…something.
I don’t know too much about it but from what I can gather
You are lying on a raft peacefully drifting on a calm sea, the sun kissing your skin, gentle tropical breezes flitting playfully across your body. A lone seagull circles overhead, lightly cawing in the distance. Suddenly the gentle caw becomes a shrill, incessant screeching. CRAP! How long has that alarm clock been going off? Late again.
You stumble into the kitchen
Serving mini crab cakes when entertaining is kind of like running around all day in four-inch Manolo Blahnik heels. I love the idea, but the practicality is challenging.
These gluten-free, grain-free mini crab cakes are the perfect little bite for entertaining. They are baked in mini muffin pans, so there is