This is part 2 of this week’s grain-free and gluten-free baking. Recipe adapted from The Nourishing Home. There’s a few options with this recipe; an additional sliced ripe banana coated in coconut oil can be layered on the sides, fold in 1/3 cup of dairy free chocolate chips or you can add chopped walnuts. Delicious in any option!
This is a cream dessert with a gelatin base. Adapted from American Home magazine probably dating back to the 1940’s. I added the full 8 ounce package of cream cheese instead of 3 ounces that it originally stated, to give it a creamier texture. I also would advise to chop the cherries.
This no-bake dessert recipe was given to me by my husband’s aunt. She noted that her quests went for seconds. It is a very addicting dessert, we couldn’t stop eating it. Very easy to assemble, just make sure it you let it sit in the refrigerator long enough or place in the freezer for an hour before serving.
I don’t bake very often but, I wanted to use the lavender in my garden. This cake was delicious in spite of the negative reviews. It could be the way the recipe was written, you can easily skip a step if you don’t look closely. I took someone’s advise in the comments and added a bit more lavender. For the recipe click … Read More Lemon-Lavender Cake
Afternoon Tea at The Connaught hotel in Mayfair, London was one of the best afternoons we had on our honeymoon. The hotel, the food, the view of Mayfair, and the impeccable service! A wonderful experience, that I try to recreate on most afternoons. Not as grandeur as in London, but a cup of tea and a snack takes me back there.
Originally posted on the fashionista cook:
I’m not much of a baker but, around this time a year I like to make this apple cobbler. The recipe was handed down to me by a family member. It’s very simple to make. 4 cups of peeled and sliced apples ( I like to use Macintosh) 1 1/3 cup sugar 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon vanilla…