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Guest Post: Gluten-Free Pumpkin Maple Cornbread Baked Bean Casserole

Cooking Tool of the Month – Casserole Dish I’ve been a big fan of Amanda’s blog Pickles & Honey for a while, so I was ecstatic when she agreed to do a guest post for casserole month. Coming from the south I love me some baked beans. I ate them out of a can as a kid on the regular. But now that I’m all grown up and eating healthy making them from scratch is where it’s at! If you love cornbread and baked beans as much as me you are going to flip for this Gluten-Free Pumpkin Maple Cornbread Baked Bean Casserole!   … Read more
Posted on 11/09/2012 | 13 Comments
 

Cooking Tool of February, Let’s Get Baking!

Cooking Tool of the Month – Silicone Bakeware Hello blissful beings! Hope you are enjoying the Cooking Tool of the Month series! Are you burning in anticipation of what the rest of the year may bring? February we don our oven mitts and do some baking with Silicone Bakeware! I heard about these from my friend Chef AJ last year. I was leery to give them a try; are they safe, worth the money, will my muffins really not stick?? I’m an adventurous baker so I thought what the heck!… Read more
Posted on 02/01/2012 | 19 Comments
 

Meatless Monday: Lemon Pistachio Shortbread Cookies

So, yes, I’m a day behind on this! The internet at my dad’s house hasn’t been working very well. AT&T is a jerk right now. That’s all I will say about that! Lately I’ve been trying to drastically reduce or cut out completely the amount of oil in my diet. Unfortunately when it comes to baked goods, they really are much better with some oil. I’ve tried various websites and bloggers recipes that do no oil, and I haven’t found too many recipes yet that I adore.… Read more
Posted on 06/07/2011 | 1 Comment
 

Meatless Monday: Maple Almond Pecan Scones

I usually feel super guilty when I eat a scone. Even though it may be vegan it’s probably filled with fat, butter, and sugar. I decided to make a healthy version that tastes really good and barely has any oil. These aren’t your typical scones, so don’t expect them to taste like butter and sugar. They are more “healthy” and “wholesome” yet really delicious, and will not send your blood sugar on a rollercoaster ride.   Maple Almond Pecan Scones Makes 8 scones 1/2 cup raw pecans 1/2 cup raw almonds 1/2 cup rolled oats 2 cups barley flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon sea salt 1/3 cup unsweetened applesauce 1/3 cup maple syrup plus 2 tablespoons for topping 2 tablespoons safflower oil or coconut oil, melted 1 tablespoon vanilla flavoring 1/4 cup chopped pecans OR almonds Directions: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.… Read more
Posted on 07/05/2010 | 6 Comments