I know, I know….Christmas is over, but I didn’t get the chance to post this before the holidays. And I know what else you are going to say; “but Megan, this recipe is in weights versus cup measures” and I would reply with “this is the best way to convert recipes to gluten free recipes
Monkey bread is one of those recipes that I think a lot of us grew up with. Adults and kids alike seem to love it, and it was definitely one of the things I missed when I became gluten free, especially with hot soup on a cold winters night. There are a bunch of recipes
Fudge is one of those things that I always wanted to do really well, and never quite succeeded. It would either not set up, be too dry, be too hard, etc. I could not figure out how make it work, until this recipe entered my life. I discovered it on label when I was using marshmallow creme in another
If you do nothing else this fall that involves apples, make hasselback apples. Trust me, you won’t be sorry! The photo is also proof that they can be super ugly, and not cut correctly, and still be super tasty! They did not last long in this house. Recipe can be found by clicking here.
This time of year, there are apples everywhere you look. In fact, we have two 5 pound bags in our pantry right now…just waiting to have something delicious done with them! One of my husband’s favorite desserts is apple pie, and when I don’t have time to whip up a gluten free crust, plan B
My husband loves rhubarb. I’ve never really cared for it, even with a giant patch of the red stuff in my parents backyard when I was growing up. To be honest, I am not sure I even tried it back then, but I was determined to make something tasty when I picked some up at
Okay, yes, it’s technically not *cheesecake* but it’s so easy, I don’t think you will care when you don’t have to bake it before you eat it! Place graham crackers and 1 tb of the sugar in food processor (or blender, or NutriBullet…heck, you can even put graham crackers in a baggie and roll over