Delicious Snowball Cookies with a hint of cardamom & nut-free
These energy bites or bliss balls are nut free and made with dates and sunbutter. A great pick me up!
This post is dedicated to sharing ten easy freezer friendly foods and kitchen tips to help you stretch the life of your food and hopefully ease the burden of from scratch cooking.
Granola is one of my all time favorite treats. It makes a fortifying breakfast or a delicious on the go snack.
We make a lot of muffins in our house. My kids have food allergies so bakeries and store bought bakes are off limits to us which result in a great deal of experimentation in my… More
I’m excited to join my fellow food allergy bloggers for an allergy-friendly cookie exchange. The six of us have come together to share our favorite cookie recipes and “virtually” bake together. I’ve provided the links and… More
Now that it is officially fall, it is time for all things pumpkin, squash and many more vibrant, delicious root vegetables to come. We have been having our version of summer in September in Berkeley, however… More
Happy March everyone! For this post, I am sharing one of my favorite lemon cakes. It’s made with simple ingredients such as yogurt, milk, fresh lemon juice, zest and sugar.
This Cocoa Buckwheat Granola combines nutrient dense ingredients like coconut, buckwheat groats and pumpkin seeds to create a chocolate version with cocoa powder that tastes like Cocoa Krispies. It’s nut free, dairy free and can… More
This Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk loaf is easy to whip up and can be made with fresh or canned pumpkin. It’s nut free and can be made dairy free.
These chocolate chip almond butter cookies are an alternative to a classic chocolate chip cookie. They’re free from; gluten, dairy & flour.
These Blueberry Cornmeal Muffins are easy to make with fresh or frozen blueberries. They’re free from nuts and can be made dairy free too.