Tara on Apr 10th 2013
These are a family favorite around here. Nobody will ever know they are Gluten Free unless you tell them. I adapted this recipe just a bit from Dr. Axe’s cookbook.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line 24 muffin cups with cupcake liners.
In a medium bowl mix the following:
1 3/4 cups Bob’s Gluten Free Flour
1 teaspoon [...]
Tara on Nov 27th 2012
You are going to have to try this recipe to believe how moist and tart and tangy and tantalizing the taste is. And this bread is so festive and can be made into 2 regular size loaves or 6 mini loaves – either size suitable for gift giving at Christmas time. Use Bob’s Gluten Free [...]
Tara on Nov 4th 2012
Sometimes a recipe is just too delicious to believe it could be easy to make. Apple Pie Biscuits is one of those recipes, made with frozen biscuits and canned apple pie filling. I’m thinking these will be perfect to serve for breakfast during Thanksgiving or Christmas holiday. Here’s how:
12 frozen buttermilk biscuits (not canned)
1 can [...]
Tara on Oct 17th 2012
Pumpkin, spice, and maple glaze. YUM! And nobody would ever guess these are GLUTEN FREE! Go ahead and make them with plain flour if you must but there is no compromise on flavor when made with gluten free baking mix. The batter took about 5 minutes to whip up and I baked these little gems [...]
Tara on Feb 13th 2012
Has anyone been watching Pioneer Woman’s cooking show? I am enjoying the show very much. A couple weeks back, she made some strawberry bars. I knew I wanted to try to create a gluten free version since we have a couple people under this roof who have given up wheat. These bars were fabulous and [...]
Tara on Dec 8th 2011
I just LOVE Old Fashioned Gingerbread. It is a perfect Christmas treat, easy to make, and can be baked in loaves and given as gifts. This recipe is adapted from Miss Daisy’s Original Homecoming Cookbook. Miss Daisy says it came from a first edition cookbook dated 1796. I’ve revised it a little [...]
Tara on Nov 7th 2011
Here’s one of my all time favorite recipes from a former high school peep – Betsy. This cornbread is made with Jiffy Cornbread Mix and frozen broccoli. It makes a hearty serving and could easily compliment a light soup to make a well rounded meal.
2 Boxes Jiffy Cornbread Mix
1 12 oz carton small curd cottage [...]
Tara on Sep 29th 2011
What could be better on a crisp fall morning than my own creation of Pumpkin Pie Pancakes served with hot Pumpkin Maple Syrup? Pumpkin Pie Pancakes for dinner! Trust me, these pancakes are worth the effort! And serving pancakes for dinner once a week is another Frugal Friday tip!
3 cups All-purpose Flour
2-½ teaspoons Baking Powder
Tara on Sep 12th 2011
I just love my Grandmother. She recently celebrated her 93rd birthday and assured me that she has lived a LONG time. Although she has slowed down a bit in recent years, her mind is as sharp as a tack. And her sharp mind is complimented by her quick wit. She makes me laugh out loud.
Tara on Aug 25th 2011
I debated wheather to let this post stand alone as a regular, or include it as a Frugal Friday post. Now I know you can drop by Little Ceaser’s on Friday evening and pick up a cheap premade pizza. And there are times when we all have to do so. However, the males around here [...]