Not just for the celiacs! I was skeptical, since the last recipe I tried was gritty, heavy and nasty. These are light, rich and absolutely perfect. I actually like these better than "regular" peanut butter cookies, and from a big fat Momma, that's saying something! Adapted from Catherine's recipe.
Adapted from the 1961 Better Homes & Gardens Dessert Cookbook, and tweaked for extra goodness. It's incredibly easy, and tastes just as good as regular cheesecake. Only uses 8 ounces of cream cheese, so it's convenient, too.
A light, fluffy, whole-wheat pumpkin muffin with no refined sugar. Hearty, homey taste, and the kitchen smells like heaven when they're cooking. Sucanat can be found at whole foods stores or at Wegmans in bulk.
The tastes of chicken and sage stuffing--all in one loaf of bread! I came up with this when I didn't want cheese in my onion bread. It starts with frozen bread dough, so it's easy, and it tastes just like stuffing, with a hint of chicken!
These are incredible, and easy. Starts with the crockpot, ends under the broiler. Tastes better than a deli sub--and that's coming from my husband! Kids love them too. Have a knife and fork ready, since these are pretty big. It looks long and involved, but it really, really isn't!
This is a better version of a granola cookie recipe. It uses Sucanat (an unrefined sweetener--you can find it at Wegmans or at health food stores) and Hemp Plus granola, which is a lighter granola with puffs in it, and flaxseed. (Don't worry, it's safe to eat, even for children). These cook up light and airy, and taste heavenly. Note: they're a little less healthy if you eat the whole batch...*burp*
Billie Moore was a big, beautiful woman that I remember from early childhood. I think I secretly want to be her. She was a sweet Southern woman, who always smelled wonderful, and brought me the best cookies. I want to honor her by posting her recipes. She is sorely missed.