These Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookies are a staple in my gluten-free kitchen. I have been making them ever since my son was first diagnosed with Celiac Disease over 7 years ago. They are very easy to make, don't require any crazy flour blends, and the dough can even be frozen in log-form and then sliced off to bake one-at-a-time whenever you get a cookie hankering. (Cookie hankering is a real thing, believe me you.)Read More
I know salted desserts are kind of overdone at this point. But, there's a reason for that. Salt and sweet taste great together! Duh. Since our kitchen went gluten-free over 7 years ago, I've kind of been searching for the best gluten-free brownie recipe.Read More
It's 7pm on a Sunday. You're wrapping up dinnertime, negotiating bath times, getting ready for pjs, and thinking about the week ahead. And, oh yeah, by the way, "Mom, tomorrow we're having a party in my class. I forgot to tell you. Can you send in a treat for me?"
You've been there, I know. I always keep a box of King Arthur GF Chocolate Cake Mix and even a tub of Duncan Hines frosting on hand... but, there are ways to make even a boxed mix something special. The techniques I'm about to share aren't exactly hard to do.... but they do take a couple of extra steps. That said, they're worth it and will give your GF kid the chance to safely taste the magic of a Hostess Cupcake. Marshmallow fluff pumped into the middle and all.Read More
Rocky Road was my grandfather's favorite dessert and family history has it that his mother Marion would make it to lure him back home after he had run away. My grandpa Jack was pretty smart, so my guess is he figured this out fairly quickly and would run away just to get more Rocky Road.Read More