Delicious Deserts

CHRISTMAS PUDDING REHEATED SERVED WITH VANILLA CUSTARD

This Christmas Pudding will now become a Christmas tradition - it turned out beautifully.  Rich, moist, packed full of flavor and served with a homemade Vanilla custard, it was the perfect dessert after turkey dinner. RECAP:  To store the Christmas Pudding: While the Christmas Pudding was made in November it was then wrapped very well […]

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GLUTEN FREE CHRISTMAS PUDDING

It seems Christmas Pudding and Christmas Cake is something you either love..... or not.  I have not had Christmas Pudding or Cake in many many many years, and I absolutely love them both. (the above picture is not mine - I won't be able to unveil my picture until Dec.24th so will keep everyone posted […]

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RHUBARB GINGER STRAWBERRY FOOL

Nothing says spring like fresh, beautiful rhubarb.  (well that and fresh asparagus)  I love the gorgeous pink color....in fact when chopping the rhubarb it turned my cutting board pink! While strawberries are not in season until June, I did use organic halved frozen strawberries in this dish. There could also not be an easier dessert […]

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GLUTEN FREE CRANBERRY CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKE

Merry Christmas everyone, and all the best for 2016.  Wow, that sure came up fast - where does the time go? Mercy!  This was one decadent chocolate fudge cake.  It is rich, with full on chocolate flavor, a nice touch of cranberry, dense and ultra moist.  A very special occasion festive cake. What is really […]

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GLUTEN FREE GINGERBREAD CAKE WITH STICKY TOFFEY DATE SAUCE

If you love the flavors of gingerbread, this is a cake for you! I found a most gorgeous picture of this Gingerbread Cake with Sticky Toffee Date Sauce in a local grocery store flyer, which then said to check out their recipe website....here is the original. I have made this cake twice now.  The texture […]

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GLUTEN FREE OLD FASHIONED APPLE PIE

I have never made a double crusted pie before... ahem-mm, as you can see from the photo below, I am no pie master, plus, I cheated!  Normally I always use the never fail Dream Pastry from Bette Hagman's book:  Bette Hagman Cooks Fast and Healthy.   However, this time I tried Glutino boxed Perfect Pie […]

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GLUTEN FREE ORANGE CHIFFON CAKE - A RECIPE INSPIRATION

I know....I know.  All of my cakes with white frosting look the same don't they?  But this, .... this is Orange Chiffon Cake.  Yes, Gluten Free Orange Chiffon Cake. This is a cake that has always been a family favorite for us.  Once I went gluten free many years ago, I thought that would be […]

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WEST COAST TRAIL COOKIES

I have heard from many a backpacker/hiker that our stunning West Coast Trail is not for the faint of heart, however, it is also considered one of the most beautiful hiking trails in the world.  It is a hiking trail with miles of rugged beaches and forests, that many people have done more than once […]

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GLUTEN FREE RAISIN QUINOA COOKIES

These Raisin Quinoa Cookies are now my new favorite Gluten Free Cookie...they are scrumptious.  Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside - perfect.  I found the original recipe here then converted them to gluten free with a few other changes. This cookie dough would also be fabulous for chocolate chip cookies.  Next time I […]

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HOMEMADE REAL VANILLA ICE CREAM (LACTOSE/SUGAR FREE)

When one has not had real ice cream....as in 17 years of no real ice cream....this was heaven.  If you are lactose intolerant as I am, this is worth the effort it takes to make. I started off by making SCD Whip Cream.  You can see the original recipe to culture whip cream here at […]

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RHUBARB WALNUT BREAKFAST MUFFINS

These yummy muffins are sugar free - I used Agave Nectar in the Rhubarb Compote, and honey in the muffin recipe.  With fresh organic rhubarb available now I knew my standard muffin recipe would be great for rhubarb muffins. Now for a word on vanilla.  I have mentioned this before, but some years ago, a […]

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LEMON PUDDING CAKE WITH RASPBERRY SAUCE

This was a recipe I found in a magazine (forget which one...but many thanks) it very easily converted to gluten free....and was so dang yummy.  We all wanted seconds!  This served six, so if you have a crowd or want extra, make a second dessert...you will not be disappointed.  The top of the cake is […]

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CHRISTMAS 2012

Happy Christmas everyone!  This year we will be having a quiet Christmas. We will be having the traditional Turkey Dinner with all the fixin's on Christmas Eve....or more commonly known in our household as "Danish Christmas".  Family will arrive for the day and evening - one of my favorite times of the year. I wanted […]

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HEALTHY GLUTEN FREE PUMPKIN SPICE MUFFINS

Before getting into today's recipe I thought I would take a moment to share some wonderful Pumpkin recipes with you.  I love all things pumpkin and these recipes do not disappoint: Autumn Pumpkin Pie: My favorite Pumpkin Spice Pancakes: Pumpkin Raisin Bread: And finally - one Savory delicious Pumpkin recipe: Pumpkin Leek and Sage Stuffed […]

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GLUTEN FREE CINNAMON GINGER ZUCCHINI MUFFINS

This is a recipe I have been thinking about since last summer.  Only back then, I had already run out of my garden zucchini.  This year....I actually remembered. If you have extra zucchini on hand this makes a great breakfast/snacking muffin.  I used my standard muffin recipe ingredients and voila....delicious muffins. 1/2 cup Tapioca starch […]

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PEACH BLUEBERRY CRUMBLE PIE

See that big dollop of SCD Whip Cream on top of this pie?  There is a reason for such extravagance.  I made this delicious Peach and Blueberry Crumble Pie as a deep dish pie.  There should have been more fruit added.  So my rationale was to add extra whipping cream.  Mercy...it was yummy- however, most […]

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GLUTEN FREE CRANBERRY RAISIN MULTI-SEED ENERGY BARS

Remember when I made my Rice Krispie Granola, that was really supposed to be a healthy granola bar?  Well this recipe shows me what I did wrong.  This recipe came from a magazine (another one of those torn out leaving just the page) but I can't recall which one.  In any event, I changed up […]

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EASY ELEGANCE FROM FABULOUS FAIRHOLME - A COOK BOOK REVIEW

Recently, I received this gorgeous cook book - Easy Elegance from Fabulous Fairholm, written by Sylvia Main.  Sylvia has a most beautiful Inn - Fairholme Manor located in the "Rockland - Fairfield" district of Victoria B.C.  Not only is her Inn one of the best rated Inn Bed and Breakfast vacation destinations in our City, […]

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RAW DATE COCONUT BALLS

These Coconut Date Balls are quick and easy to make, plus they make a great healthy snack.  No baking either.  The inspiration for this recipe came from The Healthy Dish - so yummy and I extend a big thank you too!  A great healthy snack to have in the middle of a busy day when […]

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CREME BRULEE - A SPECIAL DESERT-LACTOSE FREE

This is a very once in a while dessert.  Creme Brulee is one of my favorite desserts.  Being Lactose Intolerant rules out Creme Brulee.  Unless....you make SCD Cream.  Making SCD cream is a process - a 28 hour process, plus another 8 hours in the Refrigerator.  But SO worth it! You can find Karen's recipe […]

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GINGER CINNAMON RASPBERRY AND STRAWBERRY CRUMBLE

This luscious berry crumble was the dessert our lovely Anook made for our Vegetarian Feast, when they were visiting from Montreal. Mercy!  Anook has the magic touch when it comes to a fruit crumble - seriously - I can not make mine as tasty as hers. She had all the fruit and spices mixed up, […]

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GLUTEN FREE ALMOND BUTTER CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

If you like a crunchie, chocolaty, nutty cookie - these are for you!  These cookies did not last long in this household......maybe make a double batch if you have a bigger household. This has become my "go to" standard gluten free cookie recipe.  It is easy to whip up and very versatile too.  Here I […]

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GLUTEN FREE SUGAR FREE APPLE CINNAMON QUINOA MUFFINS

Lately, I seem to be on a "muffin roll" these days.  They are quick and easy to make, plus they make a great snack or breakfast muffin for days when you are on the go.  This recipe will also be included in Allergy Free Wednesdays - lots of great recipes worth checking out! 1/2 cup […]

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GLUTEN FREE AVOCADO CHOCOLATE BROWNIES

I am posting this yummy recipe a day early (it is a crazy busy day tomorrow), but will also include it in Allergy Free Wednesdays .  There are many great recipes that are submitted each week - so worth checking out! These gluten free "fudgy" brownies are rich and luscious!  The inspiration for this recipe […]

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APPLESAUCE RAISIN SPICE COOKIES - GLUTEN FREE AND SUGAR FREE

Recently I was asked to do a review on Stevia products by NuNaturals.  So far, I have used the Clear Liquid Stevia in the cookie recipe, to follow, and the MoreFibre Stevia Baking Blend in my Ginger Mango Smoothie.  Both of these products have worked out great.  The cookies came out soft, flavorful and nicely […]

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GLUTEN FREE SUGAR FREE: ORANGE DATE WALNUT MUFFINS

Today I have a new recipe to share here and at Nancy's blog Real Food Allergy Free -  Allergy Free Wednesdays. A wonderful way to find great new recipes - a must see! These muffins make a great snack or breakfast muffin - full of flavor, with a lovely soft texture.  Don't think these will […]

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CELEBRATION

This week is a celebratory week. First, it is my DH's birthday around the corner. One of his most favorite Gluten Free Meals is: Gluten Free Fish and Chips. We had this most delicious dinner the other night - homemade Tartar Sauce, homemade Ketchup and a side dish of Coleslaw.  I have to say, it […]

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GLUTEN FREE APPLE STREUSEL CAKE WITH LEMON YOGURT CREAM

I have two wonderful desserts to share with everyone today.  We have been wanting to get the family together for a big dinner for some time now, and it finally happened over the weekend.  Everyone has had busy schedules - We all know how that goes! Well, I made my Chicken In A Pomegranate Citrus […]

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WALNUT SQUARES WITH VANILLA CREAM FROSTING

This is a new Christmas Dessert recipe I have been wanting to share.  Years ago, I can remember making these walnut squares.  Then I saw this recipe from Laura Calder and I knew I just had to recreate it in a Gluten free version. So delectable, so delicious...pure yumminess!  Think this will be a once […]

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GLUTEN FREE HONEY YOGURT CHEESECAKE

So, before beginning this post, I just wanted to say a word about Lactose.  It came to my attention from a comment on my blog, that Cottage Cheese does in fact have Lactose in it.  I was so grateful to learn this, as I had mentioned, I never did find any information in this regard.  […]

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GLUTEN FREE APPLE BLACKBERRY COBBLER

This is the first time I have ever tried a fruit Cobbler.  Let alone made one gluten free.  I did not realize what deliciousness I was missing!  So easy too.  I took some ideas from this recipe here, but was a little unsure how it would turn out as there were no eggs in this […]

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LIEBSTER AWARD AND AUTUMN PUMPKIN PE

My friend Karen at Heal Balance Live very graciously bestowed the Liebster Award to me. A kind and thoughtful award indeed.  Thank you Karen - you touch my heart, I hope one day some how, some day we may meet, I have a feeling we could be really good friends!  If we don`t meet, you […]

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BLACKBERRY VANILLA CUSTARD PIE

It is hard to believe we have just started to pick Blackberries - in September!  I can not remember a year so late.  And it is just the start of Blackberries - many still need to ripen.  We found a huge patch of bushes in a field not far from home - and after picking, […]

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CHOCOLATE ZUCCHINI CAKE

With extra zucchini at this time of year, this was an easy, tasty cake to bake.  I took a few tips for this recipe from my Gluten Free Blueberry Coconut Breakfast Muffins but will do a recap here:  By the way Almond extract would taste great here too.  I think this is my new "favorite" […]

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MAPLE WALNUT CAKE - A RECIPE INSPIRATION

When I saw this post at Kitchen Simplicity - I knew I had to try converting Cheri's recipe to Gluten Free.  Wow.  It turned out so good!  For the original recipe, please check out Cheri's post here.  Thanks Cheri for the great inspiration! Cheri suggests  making a Maple Brown Sugar frosting which sounds wonderful.  I […]

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GLUTEN FREE RAISIN CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

I do not have a big sweet tooth.  DH on the other hand has an enormous one, so every once in a while something sweet is in order.  Cookies, gluten free, delicious, crunchie cookies.  I love, love, crunchie cookies. These even stay crunchie the next day!  These also contain no Xanthan Gum. After fiddling around […]

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GRANOLA FRUIT CRUMBLE

Don't you just love fruit crumbles?  The warm cinnamon spice flavor and the sweet and tart fruit always reminds me of a comfort dessert.  So versatile too. Add in homemade granola, and it does not get any better. Plus, your kitchen will smell divine.  Peeking into the freezer I found last summers frozen blueberries as […]

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UPSIDE DOWN KITCHEN AND CAKE

Well, I sit here doing this post as the cake is in the oven...not sure how this Rhubarb Ginger Strawberry Upside down cake will turn out.  In the meantime...want to look at my nasty, messy, disaster zoned kitchen?  I can not seem to bake without turning the kitchen upside down.  I do try, but it […]

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BANANA CHERRY WALNUT LOAF

I found these scrumptious cherries at Costco.  Have you tried them yet?  The first thing I look for in dried fruit or nuts of any kind, is that they do not have any nasty chemical preservatives.  These only contain sugar.  They are luscious, plump, sweet/tart yumminess! They would be fabulous in granola, yogurt, muffins.... just […]

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GLUTEN FREE LUSCIOUS LEMON LAYER CAKE

If you love lemons, this is a dessert for you!  I found the inspiration for this cake, at the lovely site Dessert for Two.  For the original recipe, please check out Christina's site here. It has always been a challenge for me to convert cake recipes to gluten free.  Christina's recipe called for a 6" […]

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GLUTEN FREE LEMON SPONGE PUDDING

This is an amazing dessert.  Wow, so, so good.  I adapted the recipe to gluten free following the directions from Sara, at the lovely blog CaffeIna.  So for her original recipe please check it out here. I so wanted to plate this dessert - it was not going to happen - guess I did not […]

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GLUTEN FREE CHOCOLATE CAKE

UPDATE: I made a change to the flours in this cake - it is even better! This weekend marks two celebrations. 🙂  My dear husbands birthday and the One Year Anniversary of Gluten Free Delightfully Delicious!  This past year has flown by with record speed, and what a fun journey it has been.  A big […]

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GLUTEN FREE VANILLA PUDDING WITH MIMICCREAM

Have you ever tried MimicCream?  Check out this label.  On the side the list of ingredients are: Purified Water, Almond and Cashew Nut Blend, Natural Flavors, Rice Starch, Sea Salt, Bicarbonate Soda.  An unsweetened cream to use in any recipe that calls for cream.  I made this luscious Vanilla Pudding with MimicCream, recipe to follow, […]

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GLUTEN FREE CHEDDAR PARMESAN CRACKERS

Happy New Year to all - may it be a year of joy, laughter, and mighty good food!  Speaking of mighty good.... Gluten Free Homemade Crackers... Holy Mama, these are mighty tasty.  In no way do these look like their gluten cousins.  Not one bit.  But tasty?  With crispy deliciousness?  Lord have Mercy is all […]

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GLUTEN FREE CHOCOLATE MOCHA PUDDING CAKE - A RECIPE REVIEW

Doesn't this look scrumptious?  It was heavenly, a truly divine dessert.  We had this for dessert after Christmas dinner.  I found this recipe over at LYNN'S RECIPE ADVENTURES.  Her  baked goodies look just amazing, and this chocolate pudding cake was one I just had to try.  It was very easy to make, only took 30 […]

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TAMARI CHIPOTLE ROASTED ALMONDS AND CHOCOLATE DIPPED PEANUT BUTTER BALLS

We love love Tamari roasted Almonds. These are a great snack anytime, but are also a nice treat around Christmas too. These will be part of the Christmas Foodie Goodies I have been putting together all week for our kids. There are tons of different recipes out there, lots of different seasonings you can choose […]

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GLUTEN FREE GRAHAM CRACKERS A RECIPE INSPIRATION AND A RECIPE REVIEW

I have two recipes to share today, that are wonderful for Christmas time. I have been working hard and furious in the kitchen, baking up the last of the Christmas goodies.  I always like to do up these Christmas Foodie Bags with various goodies for the kids - they are young and living on their […]

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CHRISTMAS CHERRY LOAF

This is most definitely a once a year treat for me, hence the name. Years ago, I had a lovely neighbor, and because of her love of Maraschino cherries, this was always served with tea.  I looked at her old dog eared recipe, and thought, I have not had this in many years, lets give […]

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GLUTEN FREE CHOCOLATE DIPPED SHORTBREAD COOKIES

This week, I will be posting some of my Christmas Goodies Recipes, ones that are traditional in our home.  These shortbread cookies are melt in your mouth delicious!  They were also the very first gluten free cookie recipe I had ever made, back in the day.  I can not remember who gave me this recipe, […]

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GLUTEN FREE BROWNIES - A RECIPE INSPIRATION

We don't eat a lot of desserts or sweets in this house, but once in a while it just has to be a necessity of life, don't you think? These brownies are seriously delicious, seriously addictive.  A definite once in a while treat.  This recipe was inspired from the cooking show/website COOKUS INTERRUPTUS, which I […]

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OLD FASHIONED DATE WALNUT LOAF

This is another favorite old classic that I cannot remember where the original recipe came from.  I used to make this loaf all the time growing up.  It easily converts to gluten free, another tasty snacking bread, or to have with afternoon tea.  I am sure it would easily work with other gluten free flour […]

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COCONUT LIME CREAM PIE

This was truly a luscious pie!   Way better than I would have anticipated! The inspiration for this recipe came from Everyday Foods. For the original please check out Everyday Foods for their recipe called Coconut Cream Tart.  I ended up changing the original recipe quite a bit, and was very happy with the results.  This […]

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BANANA WALNUT CAKE

One of the very first "from scratch" cakes I made as a young teenager, was Banana Walnut Cake with Vanilla Cream Frosting.  Over the years, this recipe was my standby recipe whenever there were ripe bananas in the house.  I have not looked at that recipe in years.  Here it was, all stained, printed out […]

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PUMPKIN RAISIN BREAD

This was easy to make, and a tasty snacking bread.  Also great for breakfast too.  This was not the greatest picture, I still struggle with learning how to use a camera...some days the pictures work out ok, then other days, I ask myself "what am I doing with this camera?"  Oh well, one day it […]

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PEACH BLACKBERRY PIE

If you have ever had the experience of eating a fresh Okanagan Peach, you have truly tasted one of the wonders of fruit!  Our Okanagan is in the Interior of British Columbia - the perfect climate for many fruits, and vineyards.  These luscious peaches taste like non other I have had - perfect juicy flavor!  […]

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GLUTEN FREE APPLE PEAR CRISP

This was a "Lord have Mercy" moment.  Seriously.  I think I have finally done it!  It has only taken me 100 years to figure this one out, and yes, I may have said this before....but this time I really really mean it!  The secret for a delicious, yummy, gluten free "crisp"....is to omit the flours […]

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PEACH AND BLUEBERRY GALETTE INSPIRATION

I have recently come upon a most gorgeous blog - Helen's blog called Tartelette.  Have you seen it?  Her photography is amazingly beautiful.  And her recipes look scrumptious.  I was intrigued by her recent post on Peach and Blueberry Galettes.  In the recipe, Helen poached her peaches in Jasmine tea.  How good does that sound?  […]

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DINNER AND DESSERT THAI STYLE!

Wow.  We had the great pleasure of eating another wonderful meal created by our son Jarrod, this time Thai influenced.  Wow.  I am still oooohhhhing and awwwwing.  Seriously.  It was so good, I do not know where to begin in describing these incredible flavors.  Think I might be crying when Jarrod goes home. We started […]

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GLUTEN FREE PEACH BLUEBERRY COFFEE CAKE

Guess What? I just realized, this post is the 100th recipe I have posted since starting this blog in March 2010!  Where did the time go?  Cake is a great way to bring in the 100th recipe, don't you think? This was a lovely coffee cake that I found on the site Wellsphere Health Knowledge […]

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FRESH RASPBERRY CRUMBLE PIE

This is the first time I have ever made a Raspberry Pie….so, so, easy!  Our local Raspberries have been absolutely scrumptious…it was difficult not to eat them all, and put some aside for pie, but so glad we did.  This easy recipe would work nicely for any berry. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Use […]

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REFRESHING MINT FRUIT SALAD

With all of the fresh beautiful fruit available, and the gorgeous hot weather we are having right now...I knew it was time for a refreshing fruit salad.  Usually we try to eat as seasonally as possible.  But when I saw fresh pineapple and fresh watermelon, organic grapefruit....I could not resist. Any fruit will work, but […]

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YELLOW ALMOND STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE

Can you tell its Strawberry season here?  We have been eating fresh local Strawberries every which way!  And as for this cake, lets just say this was supposed to be a Gluten Free Pound Cake...which actually went into the garbage.  Back to the drawing board for Gluten Free Pound Cake, it is.  Oh well, I […]

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ROTISSERIE MARINATED ORGANIC PORK LOIN ROAST

This was heaven....absolute heaven.  There were  5 of us for dinner this night, a 2 1/2 lb + Organic Pork Loin Roast...not one bite left. This was the first meal we had using the Rotisserie. We did find with our new Barbecue, that we had to baby-sit it quite a bit, to keep the temperature […]

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STRAWBERRY PIE

Wow, this was so so so good!  I have never made a Strawberry Pie before, and Erin, at My Aspergers Girls Adventures, commented how she loved fresh strawberries with Cardamom Sugar.  I had not heard of that before, but thought what a great combo that would be.  This was a marriage made in heaven!  I […]

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MID JUNE AND LOCAL ORGANIC STRAWBERRIES

Ohhh how I love local, organic strawberries.  In previous years, I have always made Strawberry Freezer Jam.  Why Freezer Jam?  I like the taste better, it is fresher, more red in color, and if you use a low sugar Pectin or "light" version, less sugar, no cooking equals:  more flavor. My Ever Bearing Strawberry Plants […]

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LOVELY HONEY RICE PUDDING AND A NEW COOK BOOK

Each month, my son and his girlfriend come over to share dinner with us.  Each time I always ask “What are you guys eating for dinner, do you get enough vegetables and salad”?  Well, they always tell me the same thing….they buy pre-marinated chicken, beef, shrimp etc. at the grocery store, and pre-made salads.  Although […]

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VANILLA BEAN COCONUT ICECREAM

The second batch of Ice Cream I made - was to convert Cuisinart's Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe to Vanilla Bean Coconut Ice Cream.  This time - it was excellent! 2  400 ml. cans of Organic Coconut Milk (for some reason these cans had the most coconut cream I have ever seen) 3/4 cup fructose sugar […]

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RECIPE REVIEW AND INSPIRATION

When I saw Karen’s Post at Heal Balance Live , for Raw Lemon Pie….I headed right to the kitchen. For the original recipe, please check out Karen's recipe here. This recipe is Divine.  Especially if you love lemons, this is a recipe for you.  Now I do not have a blender or a Vita Mix, […]

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GLUTEN FREE WEB CARNIVAL

AND BLUEBERRY POMEGRANITE JELLIED SMOOTHIE Tracee, at Mrs. Ed’s Research and Recipes invited me to join the GF Web Carnival….creating desserts made with Gelatine.  Although, I have not used gelatine in years, I do remember a desert from child hood – loaded with that frozen petro chemical whip cream that we all loved as kids.  […]

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RHUBARB COMPOTE

Growing up, this was a dessert we had often, my mom always called it Danish Rhubarb Pudding.  When she had lots on hand, she would often strain it through a fine sieve….leaving the most lovely luscious pink pudding.  Adding strawberries is delicious too.  I don’t strain mine, but I did add in a most delicious  […]

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ICE CREAM AND A NEW ICE CREAM MAKER

Who doesn’t love ice cream?  For those of us that are lactose intolerant or casein intolerant……there are the store bought soy, rice, coconut ice cream beverages…..but I always found them too sweet, and expensive. I was gifted a CUISINART CLASSIC FROZEN YOGURT – ICE CREAM & SORBET MAKER (CIM-50C) series for a birthday present.  Ohhhhh […]

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PAMELA'S CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX - PRODUCT REVIEW

Wow…sometimes I am still amazed at all of the gluten free food available these days.  Especially compared to back in the day when there was nothing.  It just dawned on me….I have never used a gluten free cake mix before.  I have always made everything (well except pasta…., one of these days) from scratch. My […]

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GLUTEN FREE LEMON POPPYSEED CAKE

HAPPY BIRTHDAY JARROD!  This is a post about the long awaited gluten free cake...which by the way will have your name on it next time we see you.  Hugs and blessing to you.....hope your day is wonderful!  luv Ina Over the years, for some reason, I always had difficulty making Gluten Free Cakes.  (Wow, this […]

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BANANA BLUEBERRY COCONUT BREAKFAST MUFFINS

Banana Blueberry Coconut Muffins: These muffins have a lovely delicate coconut flavor with a subtle sweetness to them.  Great for breakfast or snack. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.  This recipe made 10  medium-large  sized muffins – I used liners in the muffin pan. ½ cup Tapioca Starch ½ cup Sweet Rice flour ½ cup […]

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CHOCOLATE SHEET CAKE A RECIPE REVIEW, GLUTEN FREE REVISED

This is a recipe from the PIONEER WOMAN COOKS  new cook book.  Having done a few of her other recipes from her blog, with good success, I was hopeful for the same success with her cook book.  This was my first recipe from the book……WOW!!  It was easy to make, very easily converted to gluten […]

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GLUTEN FREE CINNAMON BUNS - RECIPE INSPIRATION

GLUTEN FREE CINNAMON BUNS These are truly wonderful.  I researched a number of recipes for inspiration, and found this one from RecipeZarr under Cinnabon-ish cinnamon rolls, by Andrew Mollmann. For a tasty treat, check it out!   Truly, these are like regular gluten cinnamon buns - the texture was perfect!  These are the best cinnamon […]

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MY FAMILY'S FAVORITE PIE

CREAMY CUSTARD APPLE BLACKBERRY PIE This is my family’s favorite pie.  Years ago, I found the recipe in a magazine – I changed up the spices, and added  yogurt instead of sour cream,  included berries, and of course made it Gluten Free. For the Recipe for SCD Whip Cream, please check out Karen's site HEAL, […]

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Chocolate Decadence With SCD Whip Cream & Strawberry Coulis

This is a recipe that I converted to Gluten Free from the Pioneer Woman Blog.    People, this recipe is to die for.  I still remember my first bite.....thought I had died and gone to heaven!  (sorry the picture does not really show the cake) Ree Drummond of the Pioneer Woman really, really, knows how […]

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