Chocolate gluten-free scones dipped in decadent chocolate and topped with lightly salted pistachios for a sweet and salty treat! These deliciously simple gluten-free scones are made refined sugar-free for a crumbly, cakey, chocolatey breakfast! Loaded with crunch pistachios. SO YUMMY you won’t be able to […]
A moist and tasty banana bread is made using chia seeds and flax meal! This super delicious bread makes for a perfectly healthy, gluten-free and refined sugar-free snack. I thought I would post one of my favorite desserts to make: banana bread. My different variations […]
Hearty Breakfast with Sweet Potatoes and Eggs This Sweet Potato Breakfast Skillet is a hearty breakfast that’s quick, easy and my favorite go-to meal. The best part about this sweet and savory combination is that the entire recipe goes down in just one skillet! Sweet […]
These delicious moist cake donuts are bursting with raspberries and dipped in a naturally colored and sugar-free raspberry glaze. Is there a better way to celebrate the second day of Spring? I think not! These low calorie, gluten-free and refined sugar-free donuts are the perfect […]
This rustic and simple blueberry lemon and thyme gluten free galette is a perfect way to celebrate spring time! This gluten-free galette recipe is bursting with blueberries and a hint of lemon flavor.
If you are an incredibly simple (aka lazy) baker–this gluten free galette is for you!
Galettes are essentially pies for the simple folk. The best part about them? The more you mess them up, the more rustic they start to look. Basically, this is a fool proof recipe that tastes just as good as a well constructed pie.
Lets talk berries. The berries are the easiest part of this gluten free galette recipe. Soak them in sweetener, lemon juice and tapioca flour for 20-25 minutes before you dump them in your galette. That’s all! No pre-cooking required.
What’s in the dough? I know, I know this gluten free galette recipe calls for grass fed butter and I don’t often use butter in my recipes but the crust will taste so much better with butter, just trust me. The butter may be replaced with vegan butter or solid coconut oil. If you using coconut oil, know going into it that the dough will not be as moldable as if you were using butter or ghee. Using coconut oil will make the crust difficult to fold.
These gluten-free soufflé pancakes are oven cooked to perfection. They are light, fluffy and have 25g of protein per serving! The first time I made these I was expecting a very styrofoam like texture and I couldn’t have been more wrong! These pancakes are the softest […]