Category Archives: Baking

Cardamom & Orange Cookies GF/DF

Cardamom and Orange Cookies

Looking for a lightly sweetened alternative to store bought cookies? These cookies are gluten free and dairy free. The taste of cardamom and orange remind me of all the wonderful fragrant spices that accompany fall. Continue reading

Cardamom Oat Cookies GF


One bite into these little oat cookies with plump raisins and cardamom will have you smiling from ear to ear. The soft texture and flavor of these cookies makes them the type of baked good that is enjoyable any time of day. Bake a double batch though they go fast! Continue reading

Sweet Potato Zucchini Bread GF


So I thought I had gone bananas over my gluten free banana bread recipe… well let’s just say that recipe is going to collect some dust now that I’ve discovered this one. This sweet potato zucchini bread is packed beta-carotene, B6, C, A, manganese and loaded with fiber. Get ready for an ultra moist and delicious zucchini bread that is sure to wake up your morning on a happy note. Continue reading

Mini Cauli-Tots

Mini Cauli Tots

Crispy tater tots may be a nostalgic part of your childhood like they are from mine. As a child anything potato dipped into ketchup was comfort food. Today, I am always looking for healthier versions of the foods I used to enjoy in my younger years. The texture of these “mock” tater tots is a bit different from the traditional tater tot but they are still crispy and delicious. Continue reading

Morning Bliss Banana Oatmeal

Banana Oatmeal

Start your morning with a warm bowl of baked banana oatmeal. Oatmeal is heart healthy and warms you from the inside out on a cold morning! Make a pan of this the night before and you’ll have a quick and easy breakfast the next morning. Enjoy it plated as photographed in this post or heat up a serving in a bowl and top with your favorite milk. Continue reading

Gluten Free Seeded Multigrain Bread

This gluten free multigrain loaf has a crispy crust and is soft and delicious on the inside. The added crunch from the seeds really made the texture of this bread seem like a multigrain that my family was familiar with. This little loaf will be a keeper in our home as I hope it will in yours too. Continue reading