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    Pancakes Sundays are a pretty motivating reason to actually get out of bed on a Sunday. We don't do it every Sunday, but when we do it's always a cheery (and delicious) way to start the day. Having nice warm, fluffy pancakes is especially delightful on a cold winter day. These pancakes are gluten free yet possibly the best I've ever had. Light, fluffy, and flavorful...these will be your go to pancake recipe.

    Recipe #473348

    These Snickerdoodles are sweet and crispy from the rolled sugar with a warm spice from the cinnamon. They're slightly crispy on the edges with a soft chewy center (the way every good cookie should be). There is something about that warmth and sweetness that brings me back to being a kid. Best thing about these? They're gluten free yet no one is able to tell. They're my boyfriend's favourite cookie, so I decided to make them gluten free, and he said they're the best ones he's ever had!

    Recipe #472465

    These cookies have a slight crisp to the outside but a soft, gooey brownie like texture on the inside. They are intense, guaranteed to please any chocolate lover! I built this recipe after studying about ten or so variations, putting together what I thought would make the perfect cookie and if I haven't made I'm pretty darn close! This is the Andes Mints post, I also did a Peppermint Bark version. I added chopped Andes mints to the mix for a cool, refreshing minty taste that hits you right away. They have that cooling effect of the Andes, with little bits of sweetness from white chocolate chips that add a nice textural difference to the smoothness of the chocolate cookie itself.

    Recipe #469814

    These cookies have a slight crisp to the outside but a soft, gooey brownie like texture on the inside. They are intense, guaranteed to please any chocolate lover! I built this recipe after studying about ten or so variations, putting together what I thought would make the perfect cookie and if I haven't made I'm pretty darn close! This is the Peppermint Bark Cookie post, I also did a variation with Andes Mints. I added crushed Peppermints to the mix for a lingering, warm, almost spice from the peppermint. The peppermint adds a great crunch within the cookie. And the white chocolate chips add a creamy, smooth, sweet balance to the peppermint and completes the peppermint bark effect of the cookies.

    Recipe #469813

    My friend came over a few weeks ago and asked me to help her make gluten free sugar cookies. What we came up with was a soft, chewy cookie with crisp edges from rolling them in sugar before baking. They’re light, sweet, and fluffy with a bit of tang from the addition of cream cheese and from lemon juice. They’re perfect to brighten up a winter day (probably even better for spring and summer…let’s face it, they’re amazing year round). Recipe adapted from Two Peas and Their Pod.

    Recipe #469459

    When I went gluten free the first things I needed to figure out how to get back into my life were brownies. I adapted this recipe from Gluten Free Goddess (http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com). All purpose flour or gluten free, these are my perfect brownies. Crispy top with a moist, silky center. Rich and decadent with the sweet almond flavor coming through and slightly floral notes from the dark chocolate. I use this recipe as a basis for varying brownie recipes.

    Recipe #469222

    I've tried so many packaged gluten free chocolate chip cookie mixes and there's always some aspect that dissatisfying about them, whether they're dry and gritty or have a distinct taste or smell that just screams gluten free (and not as good as the original!). My goal was to make a recipe for them that tasted just as good if not better than my favourite all purpose flour chocolate chip cookie recipe, and I think that I finally got it! These cookies are crispy on the edges but have a soft chewy center. The different flours I use give them a great classic flavor that you would never guess are gluten free. They're easy and quick to make, and the perfect fix for any of your cookie cravings!

    Recipe #463982


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