Month: April 2011

Crockpot Turkey Meatball Soup

I’ve been singing the praises of the crockpot for years. If you don’t have one, you need one. They are an inexpensive investment for saving time. I don’t know one person that wouldn’t like to save time who doesn’t at least occasionally dread the…

White Wine & Rum Sangria

It feels a little ridiculous to post this right now considering it’s been snowing all morning. But, on Easter and the day before Easter, it was sunny and beautiful. I wanted a brunch cocktail and thought a sangria would be nice. The Mandarin oranges…

Gluten Free & Dairy Free Chocolate Trifle

Talk about comfort food. Cake, pudding, whipping cream, and a mixed berry sauce? And on top of it being delicious and decadent comfort food, it looks gorgeous! I made this for our Easter get together. I think this is the first gathering that everything…

Bring on Spring Cupcakes!

Evidently, Mother Nature lost her rule book or something, because we aren’t supposed to have as many rainy, cloudy, days as Seattle.¬†For those of you who aren’t familiar with my neck of the woods, I basically live on the Washington/Idaho border. I am pretty…

Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Sandwich Buns

OK, so as some of you know, there’s not a lot to love about most gluten-free breads. They crumble, they taste “flat”, they are dry, they are void of almost any flavor, some of them have a weird slippery consistency when they are traveling…

Anything Goes Granola

I absolutely love granola. It’s great for breakfast, for a snack, to take in the car on a road trip, to sprinkle on ice cream, to top a fruit crisp, even to eat for dinner on those nights when your spouse is traveling and…

Blueberry Cornbread

Sometimes, I just want something simple and filling for breakfast. As most of you who are gluten-free know, comfort bread foods aren’t on your radar as much as they used to be. There’s a lot of pre-made gluten-free bread products out there, but I…