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.
This recipe is actually a mash up of two different ideas I’ve had floating around for a while. First off I’ve been wanting to do something with sticky bun topping. You know the one that’s a super addictive caramel pecan combination that tops the cousins to cinnamon rolls! And secondly, it’s pumpkin season, so I knew I wanted to make … Read More
Tyler loves apple pie, so it’s a flavor I like to work in as often as possible. So this year with the holidays coming up, I wanted make something around the apple pie concept that would be good for entertaining. The main goal was to keep it gluten free, paleo friendly, and easy to make!
Ice cream treats are one of the best parts of summer. Not that I restrict ice cream to warmer months or anything, after all we live in Montana where we often have what seems like 8 months of winter. So we’re ice cream fanatics year round in this house, however icy treats in the summer are pretty much mandatory!
So… there’s always a first time for everything because today is the first time I’ve ever put 2 recipes on the blog in one day! But here’s the thing, I made these s’mores brownies last week, and they were so good I just knew I had to get them out in time for the 4th of July. However I forgot … Read More
I’ve been on a bit of a roll lately with classic treats I loved from childhood. I started a few weeks back with The Ultimate Paleo Lemon Bars, then it was these Blueberry Muffins, and now today we’re on to Strawberry Shortcake.
I’ve been on a bit of a roll recreating favorite recipes from my childhood lately. We’re kicking it all off with these lemon bars because anyone I’ve ever known has a fond memory of lemon bars. They were always a dessert I looked forward too, even to the point I would beg for them.