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It’s the best of both worlds! The combination of two of our favorite sweets for one delicious dessert. Who would of thought to mix brownies and cookies together to form a brownie cookie or brookie? These brownie cookies are gluten-free, vegan/plant based, nut-free, soy-free, and refined sugar-free. They are an allergy-friendly treat that everyone can enjoy.
The soft and chocolatey texture of the brownie fits on top of the crunchy and chocolate chip texture of the cookie. Since it’s a brownie layer over a cookie layer, you get a piece of brownie with some cookie in each bite. It’s a win, …
Who doesn’t like a good thin mint cookie? Those Girl Scout cookies that people love to get. Unfortunately, not everyone can enjoy a classic thin mint cookie due to food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities. Below is a recipe for allergy-friendly thin mints, one that can be enjoyed by many people.
Chocolate and mint complement each other really well. This cookie has a delicious chocolate flavor with a hint of mint. It’s a chocolatey dessert that allows your breath to smell nice because of the mint. When chocolate is mixed with mint, you have a good balance between the chocolate flavor and …
Do you like cookies, but don’t have an oven or don’t want to take the time to wait for the cookies to cook? Ever thought about making edible cookie dough, so you can safely eat it after it is made, and not baked? Who doesn’t like eating cookie dough? Eating uncooked cookie dough isn’t good for you and you shouldn’t really be consuming it because of the raw eggs. This recipe solves that issue as there are no eggs in it so it is safe to eat.
It’s a recipe for Flourless Edible Cookie Dough. It is allergy-friendly and perfect …
Ever since I developed my food sensitivity to rapeseed, which is in canola oil and soy lecithin, Oreos, which have both canola oil and soy lecithin in them, has been one of the food items I can no longer eat. There are many different alternatives for Oreos such as Gluten-Free Oreos or Organic Oreos, but every alternative I have found still has soy lecithin in them, therefore, I still can’t eat them. I decided to look for a homemade version of Oreos that are still quite similar to Oreos, but slightly different in ingredients so I can enjoy them.
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If you read my story about developing food sensitivities, you’ll know that chocolate is one of the food items I can no longer eat if it has soy lecithin in it. Read Blog Here: https://goo.gl/bmvT2a
UnReal candy is another brand that I found after developing my food sensitivities. You can find them in most grocery stores or buy them online here: http://bit.ly/2C41W1Z. Their chocolate has sunflower lecithin in it instead of soy lecithin, which allows me to eat them. They have an alternative to M&M’S and Reese’s, that taste just as good, which I was very excited about because M&M’S were …
Enjoy Life https://enjoylifefoods.com is a brand that I found after developing my food sensitivities (my story: https://goo.gl/bmvT2a). They make delicious foods that are allergy-friendly. Their products are free from the eight most common food allergens in the United States, as declared by the FDA – wheat, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, soy, fish and shellfish. Their products are also certified by the Non-GMO Project; therefore, their foods are safe from GMOs (genetically modified organisms), which are plants or animals created through the gene splicing techniques of biotechnology, and are present in more than 80 percent of packaged products in the average …
People love to eat and decorate gingerbread cookies during the winter season. Did you know you can make gingerbread cookies that are 100% Paleo? The Paleo diet is the healthiest way you can eat because it is the only nutritional approach that works with your genetics to help you stay lean, strong, and energetic. Research in biology, biochemistry, Ophthalmology, Dermatology and many other disciplines indicate it is our modern diet, full of refined foods, trans fats and sugar, that is at the root of degenerative diseases such as obesity, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, depression and infertility.
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This is Bakes for Breast Cancer volunteer and Miss Boston contestant, Michelle, again. Christmas is a week away, I can hardly believe it! It’s time for me to buckle down and ramp up my holiday cookie baking or I’ll have some family and friends to answer to if they don’t receive my annual box of Poppy-Raspberry Kolachkes!
With Miss Boston two months away I’ve been working out and eating healthier to train for the swimsuit portion of the competition. I talked to a wonderful nutritionist who suggested I try a gluten-less diet to help me incorporate more vegetables and lean …
Since my first attempt at making French macarons, I’ve made them twice more – same recipe (from my trusty MacarOn Café recipe book), but I altered the appearance for special occasions.
Earlier this year, I made confetti macarons for my friend’s birthday gift and another friend’s graduation gift, which were coincidentally around the same time. As I was browsing Pinterest one day, I stumbled across beautiful confetti macarons from Style Sweet CA. I borrowed the decoration idea because what’s more festive than confetti? Especially for celebrations like graduations and birthdays. The only step in the macaron process was to put some sprinkles …
This week, I’ve been staying at home everyday, sick with a cold. That meant no going out to eat, no baking, and lots of rest, hot tea, and chicken noodle soup. Since I was stuck at home and not at work, I was able to watch some of my favorite food TV shows that play during normal business hours. Here are my top 5 shows on The Food Network.
Of course, I must mention Sweet Genius since I am obsessed with desserts. In each episode, there are four American premier pastry chefs competing in three timed challenges for the grand prize of $10,000. …