Home Made Muesli

love muesli. Since my mother is from Holland, and we were fortunate enough to be able to travel over to Europe to visit family when I was growing up, we got to experience many wonderful cultures. Some of my greatest memories is of the food we ate while we were one these trips. Continue reading

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Lemon-Poppy Seed Birthday Muffins

Arthur has a new favorite muffin. When asked what snack he wanted to bring into school to share with his class for his birthday, he shouted, “lemon poppy seed muffins!!!” Ok, then. So we made our new lemon-poppy seed muffins for him to share. Continue reading

Raspberry Scone Cake (Gluten-Free)

This was one of those happy accidents. I went about making these scones by the Gluten-Free Girl & the Chef with a few variations…and some missteps. I will direct you back to her scone post for a more detailed description of how to originally make them. However, here is what I did: mistakes included in my shorter directions;-) Continue reading

Old-time Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Those who know me, know that I used to make a mean chocolate chip cookie. I love a great chocolate chip cookie. So again, when setting out on this new journey of having to be gluten-free, I longed for those familiar foods- like my chocolate chip cookies, like my banana muffins. Continue reading

Gluten-free ‘Bananzie’ Muffins

Gluten-free ‘Bananzie’ muffin

When I found out I had celiac I mourned a few things: the chocolate croissants from Versailles, fresh pasta at Pasta Nostra, and a real New York bagel. However, the thing that I mourned the most was my mother’s banana bread/muffins. She received this old family recipe from a friend at sewing shop in Brooklyn, NY over 30 years ago. Everyone who has tasted this recipe has always said hands-down it is the best they have ever had. Continue reading