These Paleo Caramel Apple Blondies are the perfect celebration of apple season. They’re decadent with a hint of cinnamon and gluten free as well. The beginning of fall for me always starts with apple season! I know many people are super excited about pumpkin, but for me my go-to fall flavor has always been apple. And what’s more fall inspired … Read More
(Just a quick note to start, these are a paleo friendly dessert if you’re not worried about the trace amount of sugar in the sprinkles.) The 5 year old in me might be a little overexcited there’s finally all natural sprinkles available! I mean the kind of sprinkles where you can actually recognize the ingredients on the back of the … Read More
This cheesecake has been a summer staple for as long as I can remember. My mom always made this several times a summer, especially for birthdays or picnics because it’s so nice and portable. It’s also a no-bake dessert which is essential in the hottest weeks of the year.
The summer just calls for a new dessert inspired by the classic s’mores combination. Last year I did these Blondie S’mores Brownies, which has been a big hit. And so this year I decided to move onto a pie, since you can’t go wrong with either one!
Even though this has the 4th of July written all over it, it’s really the perfect cake for all sorts of picnics and summer gatherings. Of course if you want to make it for the 4th of July, it’s fun to use the berries to make a flag.
This recipe has definitely been a long time in the making. I’ve been wanting to make a healthier version of funfetti for a while now, but I haven’t been sure what to use in place of all the usual sprinkles and food dyes.
We could all use a bright spot mid-March couldn’t we? Maybe it’s a nicer month where you are, but here in Montana, March is a rather dreary month for the most part. The snow starts to melt, yet we usually get a few more snow storms that make you think spring may never come.
So… a weird fact about me is that when I was a kid, I wouldn’t eat the cake at birthday parties if it was chocolate. And the same went for ice cream and frosting, if it was chocolate, I wasn’t eating it.
This recipe came about from one simple thought I had a few weeks back, ‘hmm… I wonder if you can make a good sugar cookie without sugar?’. And as you might assume since today’s recipe is a ‘sugar’ cookie, it turns out you really can make a great sugar cookie completely without sugar.