Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Raspberry Muffins

March 13, 2010

I’m giving up trying.  Now before you give me that look, let me explain.  I’m not going to try anymore.  I am going to do.  I’m realizing the words I use.  That I used to use.  Trying doesn’t get you moving.  Saying that you will does.  Saying that I will.  Taking ownership of my words and […]

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Cornflake Marshmallow Lace Cookies

March 10, 2010

Don’t make these.  You see, if you dare to bust out a plate or two of these, they are guaranteed to be gone before you can count the calories.  Both my brother and dad asked (separately) while I was taking the cookie photos if they could do a hand-reaching-for-cookies shot.  I stayed strong though, making […]

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Gluten-Free Ladyfingers

March 2, 2010

I didn’t think much of these before I made them.  I figured that they wouldn’t be half bad, but they were going to be covered and hidden in this tiramisu anyways, so if they didn’t turn out as I hoped it wouldn’t be an issue.  When they came out, I snuck a bite.  Woah.  Light. […]

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Gluten-Free Tiramisu for Daring Bakers

February 27, 2010

This has been an insane month.  So many great things packed into this tiny 28-day period.  The ebook I created for Haiti (which is still on sale!  It costs a minimum of $10 and all proceeds go to the Red Cross for Haiti Relief) has raised almost $5000.  I received my copies of BlogAid, the […]

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Brazilian Cheese Bread

February 25, 2010

Traditional foods that are naturally gluten-free are gold mines for any gluten-free baker.  They’ve been perfected through the generations, and due to available ingredients, just happen to be missing that fateful component that some of us lucky ones can’t tolerate.  The darling Amy behind Playing House introduced me to this particular wonder, and I’m very […]

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Lemon Cheesecake Brownie Pie

February 23, 2010

On the night Canada received the first gold medal on home soil (or snow, as my brother quickly corrected) ever, it was also Valentine’s Day.  Speaking of Valentine’s, you should read Tea’s post.  It’s beautiful.  There are so many types of love, as we too often forget.  This pie, has many types of love.  First […]

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Chai-Infused Quinoa Flakes

February 20, 2010

Sounds so exotic, doesn’t it?  Over the past couple of years, my breakfast habits have changed drastically.  The only thing that hasn’t is that I have breakfast habits and love pancakes on the weekends.  Before going gluten-free, I would go through cereals.  Probably one and a half boxes before I was bored of it.  Then, […]

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Gluten-Free Cocoa Pancakes

February 18, 2010

If you’re looking for the Haiti Ebook, click here! I haven’t been having time to bake.  At least not much.  I guess I never realized how much I do so, but being busy with the ebook and then trying to recover from the exhaustion that followed was not a good combination for my kitchen.  Each […]

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Daring Cooks: Gluten-Free Pitas and Hummus

February 14, 2010

I was nervous and excited about this month’s Daring Cooks challenge.  Pita.  One of those things you either forget about or lust over on a gluten-free diet (croissants, oreos, graham wafers, doughnuts and many other things are also in that category).  The challenge was for Mezze, a style of eating including hummus and pita.  I […]

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Go Canada Cake

February 12, 2010

If you’re looking for the Haiti Ebook, go here! Today is the opening ceremonies of the Olympics, held here in Canada no less.  I am so excited, and can’t wait to watch all of the sports (yes, every one =D).  Although I’m sure certain ones will have priority on the TV screen in my house, […]

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