Oven-free menu! (almost)

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Click on the menu to see it full-sized in your browser. To print the image, click on the "print" button above. and I'll enter the links to the recipes tomorrow! It's bed time for me. 'Night all! EDIT**** here are the links! [cref 93 Taco's] [cref 140 Coleslaw] Check out this page for ... Continue reading...

My talk with Cadbury Canada

Yesterday I called Cadbury to inquire about the "Crunchie" chocolate bar gluten-free status.  This was the gist of our conversation: All top 9 allergens in ALL of the Cadbury products will be marked separately beside the nutritional information.  All of them, all the time.  Where an ingredient is ... Continue reading...

Another Ice Cream Cake

for my 8 year old's birthday last night, we made up this ice cream cake: gallon of chocolate marble ice cream, softened chocolate syrup 2 crunchie chocolate bars by Cadbury (Canada), crushed 2 cups of whipped topping food coloring, sprinkles, candies, candles, etc. In a 10" ... Continue reading...

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies (GF)

These taste fantastic!  I prefer to use the old fashioned Bette Hagman [cref 86 flour blend] (all white rice flour) as opposed to the more fibre-ous options.  These cookies are fabulous and not to sweet.  Not too peanut-ty either. 1 cup margarine or butter 3/4 cup brown sugar 3/4 cup white ... Continue reading...

Baker’s Chocolate Chip Cookies (GF)

On the back of the Baker's semi-sweet chocolate chips, there is(used to be) a recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookies. And it was just the perfect, award winning all-American Chocolate Chip Cookie. Like Mom made - none of this healthy-goodness-stuff. Just good old butter and sugar! (Unfortunately, ... Continue reading...

My new flour blend

I've made a couple recipes with this blend, and here's the run-down.  It is grittier (courser brown rice flour), has waaaaaay more fiber (flax), and what I LOVE and the reason I changed from my old [cref 86 flour blend], was the tapioca after-taste.  Which I can definitely taste.  This one I have no ... Continue reading...