So, this week, my son told me that he had NEVER HAD GINGERBREAD. Can you believe it? The poor kid has been decorating these cookies his whole life and giving them away because he is allergic! So, I promised that for his cookie decorating play date this week I would make him gingerbread!
If you are anything like me (and I feel like we are kindred spirits in this fabulous community!) when you received the news that you were celiac one of your top five thoughts was “but what about Christmas?!”
You know those days when you’re browsing through the mall and you get accosted by the wafting smells of fresh baking, making their way to you from the sweet shop around the corner from the store selling the over-priced designer boots you’re trying on for yourself while you’re supposed to be Christmas shopping?
Holidays always means having company over, whether it be for a weekend brunch or overnight, and you need to feed this guests breakfast! I am always looking for a delicious (and easy!) way to feed my family and friends. These are easy to make ahead and freeze for anything from a hangover breakfast to a last minute brunch to a midnight snack.
This is a super delicious Gluten Free Coconut Chicken Recipe that I absolutely adore. Its filling and comforting and definitely warms your belly. It can also be made a day ahead, so it’s great for when you are having company! Cover with foil and refrigerate. Reheat, covered, in a 325F oven for 20 minutes or until warmed through.
Here is one of my favourite “treat” recipes. These brownies are unreal… after several tries I finally got them just right. Fudgy, moist, and flavourful. But best of all, no worries for sneaky allergens because their easy to whip up at home, where you have control over the ingredients and the tools used.
I’m always weary of gluten-free desserts and there are few that have made my list as a dessert I crave and would seek. This cake? Wow wow wow wow wow! You wouldn’t be able to tell and moreover, it’s super moist, amazingly easy and will impress your loved ones. (Shout out to The Daring Gourmet for the recipe and picture!)