All right, I kinda sorta promised a cocktail recipe on my cranberry sauce post. I think. Remember back in college when we all tried a drink for the first time and usually ordered horrible fruity stuff to cover the taste a cheap rail liquor? Well, this will be like that because it is a tequila sunrise, except it will be awesome because it is made with GOOD tequila and NO ….
Cranberry recipe season! Yay! Today I am sharing a gluten free muffin recipe I created last year to use up some of my cranberry sauce. These muffins have a chewy and bouncy texture due to replacing the gluten with gelatin. If you wish to remove the gelatin for vegetarian purposes, you might achieve the same texture with gluccomannan. Gluten Free Cranberry Muffins 1.5 cup stewed cranberries 1/3 cup brown sugar ….
November tends to have theme. Turkey, potatoes, pumpkin pie, and cranberries! When we go to my mother’s house, we will often have that can no one can ever forget: the cranberry pectin cylinder that looks like Jello. What can I say? Grandma requests it. However, at home i like to buy fresh cranberries and try something a little more…..attractive. I created this cranberry sauce and use it in several desserts ….
Sure, decorate your home and stoop with everyone’s favorite orange squash. Enjoy a pumpkin latte too. But, none of it compares to making some pumpkin-y treats that will win over family and friends. Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie Soft & Chewy Gluten Free Pumpkin Cookies Dark & Chewy Pumpkin Molasses Cookies Chocolate Chocolate Pumpkin Brownie Cookies with Cinnamon & Sprinkles Gluten Free Pumpkin ….
IT IS PUMPKIN SEASON. Yeah, that needed all caps. Pumpkin spice everything!!! I am actually not an all-the-pumpkin-spice kinda person. I do like pumpkin though. I made up some gluten free pumpkin cookies this week and made some into ice cream sandwiches, which are pretty damn fine. Give em’ a try! Soft & Chewy Gluten Free Pumpkin Cookies Preheat oven to 375°F Ingredients 2½ cups gluten free flour 1 /2 ….
Aaaannnnd it is October! How did that happen? Everything flies by as soon as school starts, doesn’t it? Now its time to start decorating our stoops with pumpkins and laughing skeletons, not to mention everything on earth is suddenly pumpkin spice flavored. last year, I went shopping the day after Halloween to buy the marked down decor, so this year I can actually decorate for October. We have no ….
Why a GIANT pot? Well, summer squash and zucchini season is the only time I cook with these vegetables. And when it is zucchini season, we are FLUSH. Plus, it is hot and humid during zucchini season, so I like to cook a huge pot of dinner one day and then eat leftovers for three days. If you hate leftovers, you might want to cut the recipe in half and ….
Summer mean fresh, seasonal fruit that is just not the same at other times of the year. Save the winter squash for ………winter. While the heavier smoothies are great in colder months, we love something light and fresh when it is hot outside, or when you just wish it was hot outside! Some of these could be a meal replacement, while some could just be a base for a great ….
*Cherries c/o Northwest Cherry Growers/ Washington State Fruit Commission. Our cherrypalooza is winding down, although, only because we need room in our fridge for some other things soon. We had a huge bowl of fresh bing cherries out for Baby E’s birthday celebration and the all the neighborhood kids were more into the cherries than they were the cake! Once you reach the bruised fruit in the bottom of your ….