We’ve enjoyed these grain-free cheesecake cookies for years. They are so easy to make and it’s a lot of fun to pop a mini cheesecake cookie into your mouth. And, of course, they are delicious!Continue Reading
Have you tried 3 ingredient peanut butter cookies? They are all the rage, especially for those who are avoiding grains. But the typical recipe has a lot of sugar. And I prefer not to use peanut butter (I’ll explain later). I’ve come up with a great solution that uses coconut sugar or maple syrup, and almond butter to make delicious 3 ingredient almond butter cookies. Continue Reading
When the weather turns cold and foraging season slows down, I generally turn to harvesting evergreen needles – pine, spruce, fir and hemlock. The past week or so I’ve been starting my day with a cup of pine needle tea. But, ummm, in the afternoon I’d like a cookie with that tea. Pine needle sugar cookies are perfect.Continue Reading
The first time I made Welsh Cookies was a longgg time ago when I was living in an apartment with only a stovetop. I was jonesin’ for homemade cookies and had to figure out a way to make them with no oven. I remembered that Welsh Cookies are “baked” on a griddle on the stovetop, and I was in business.Continue Reading
If you are interested in grain-free baking, you will love Nourished Kitchen’s recent eBook The Nourished Kitchen’s Guide to Grain-Free & Dairy-Free Baking, Sweets and Treats. I’ve only recently begun to do some grain-free baking, so I really appreciated the extra information on ingredients like coconut flour and blanched almond flour. I thought that almond flour was just ground almonds, but I learned that there is a difference and why it’s important to use blanched almond flour:Continue Reading
Crisp. Rich. Not too sweet. They have more than a taste. They have a feel that I couldn’t begin to describe. And they are beautiful.
THIS is the cookie of my childhood. A special part of my Polish heritage. We made them every year. And I yearn for a life where time for such things exists. Making Kruschiki takes hours. It’s been 2 years since I’ve made them, and it was probably 15 years before that.Continue Reading