Anyone doing some isolation baking right now? Or anyone trying to, but the grocery store shelves are rather bare? With the current situation in mind, we’ve created a muffin recipe that is more like a format, where you can swap things in and out. If you have kids, this substitution game can be a pretty fun scavenger hunt of what you have on hand. Also, pull out all the festive cupcake/muffin paper liners. The small things help right now as we all adjust to a very different normal. Hope this brings a little sanity and happiness to your life. Baking is pretty good therapy.
This is for the vegan and gluten-free people out there. We see you. We know that you like food too. Food that non-vegans and gluten loving people would also want to eat. Because it, you know, tastes good. Instead of relying on the traditional gluten-free flours, this yeasted flatbread is actually made with brown rice that has been soaked for 24 hours and then blended with coconut milk and other flavorful ingredients to create something between a flatbread and pancake with a deliciously soft, slightly chewy texture and none of that weird sandiness you usually get from rice flours.Continue reading Cilantro and Garlic Vegan Gluten-Free Flatbread
Figs, red wine, chocolate, cake…need I say more? Whether you need a last minute Thanksgiving dessert, just love all of the above, or would like a new baking project, this is one of my new favorite fall desserts. And while fresh figs are in season right now (yay!) and make a beautiful cake topping, the cake actually utilizes dried figs, so no need to worry about fig season, this can be made year round.