Umm…Chocolate in a mug? And cake, too? I’m pretty sure that this is one of those dessert’s that should be eaten prior to a meal instead of afterwards!
The Greek Yogurt makes all the difference in this recipe! You don’t even need an ice cream maker, in order to make this recipe, you just need your appetite!
Traditional crêpes are a popular French dish made with a combination of flour & eggs. This extremely versatile, gluten free version omits the flour & creates a luscious wrap that you can savor with your favorite savory or sweet fillings.
This dessert recipe is gluten free and positively, absolutely delicioso!
There’s not many desserts that are easier to make than this one! And there’s not many desserts that taste as good as this one, either! … Continue reading →
A treat this good should be outlawed! … Continue reading →
You can make this sorbet with any of your favorite fruits. Sliced strawberries, peaches, kiwi, bananas and mango’s work well but really you can use just about any fruit of your choice.
This gluten free recipe just melts in your mouth! It’s has all the ingredients that scream autumn but it can certainly be enjoyed the whole year through.
The media wants you to believe that diamonds are the way to a woman’s heart but the truth of the matter is, chocolate is by far the way to a woman’s heart.
In the summer there is nothing like a fresh loaf of zucchini bread. Try this grain free option, as I think you’ll like it better, and it’s better for you! … Continue reading →
Cookies are the way to anyone’s heart, especially these heart healthy ones!
These homemade blueberry muffins are fluffy, and packed with blueberries. An all time favorite, these are easy to make and are delightfully delicious! … Continue reading →
Craving chocolate? If you weren’t before, surely you will be after reading this recipe for chocolate coconut bars!
This gluten free dessert is amazingly delicious! Top it with the cream cheese frosting and you’ll have a dessert that is out of this world!
A sweet treat for any time of the day so why not eat dessert first?
The cherries in this recipe not only add a little sweet to the vegetables but they are a good source of the vitamins needed in a daily diet.