This Gluten Free Lemon Mascarpone Tart has a special place in my heart. It was the first dessert Jesse (my husband) made for me when we started dating. The night we had this tasty dessert I actually arrived at Jesse’s to find the house empty, with a series of sticky notes that eventually led me to the tart in the fridge.
So technically I can’t claim this recipe as mine, it’s really my husband’s. It only requires 6 ingredients and goes perfectly with a scoop of ice cream or cream. I would be doing a disservice to you all if I didn’t share the recipe. So here it is! Continue reading →
On Monday night, I had the desire to bake this Gluten Free Blueberry Pie. We purchased a bag of frozen blueberries a few weeks ago when they were on special, and what better way to use them than to make pie? I’d never baked or tasted blueberry pie before, so it seemed like the perfect opportunity to do so.
The end result was this heavenly pie, with a beautiful flaky crust and blueberry filling, with a hint of cinnamon to taste. A truly great dessert for a cold wintry night. If blueberries aren’t your thing you might like a few of my other pies such as Key Lime Pie, Pumpkin Pie or Apple Pie with Cinnamon Crumble.
This recipe also marks the occasion of my 100th blog post! I’m super excited to have achieved this, given it’s just a side hobby amongst raising a toddler and working part time. I started out blogging as an escape from my full time job as a Dietitian. Now it’s almost a part time job in itself and I absolutely love it! I love sharing gluten free recipes that everyone can enjoy. I share both my own recipes and recipes from well known authors that I’ve modified to be gluten free. This recipe for example, comes from the Williams-Sonoma Pie & Tart recipe book that I modified to be gluten free and for my own taste preferences.
So, I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who’s been following along on my journey thus far. I hope you continue to read my posts and bake my recipes. I get great satisfaction in people enjoying my food.
What better way to get back into baking than with this Gluten Free Salted Caramel Chocolate Tart! It was really therapeutic being able to do something I love, even though I needed some help with baking (I’ll be limited with moving for some time yet following my back surgeries).
If you want to impress friends over dessert I’d highly recommend you make this tart! It’s seriously restaurant worthy, but quite rich so you only need a small slice.
Thanks to the Life Made Simple Blog for the original recipe that slightly modified to be gluten free and to my husband for helping me in the kitchen as always.
I was so grateful for a slice of this Gluten Free Cherry Pie Sunday night! It brought comfort to Jesse and I after a rough weekend with our little girl who was fairly unwell. Thankfully Lyla is now a lot better so I’m no longer on the hunt for comfort food.
If you’re in need of a little comfort though? This Gluten Free Cherry Pie complete with vanilla ice cream will surely do the trick. It’s a nice change from the Apple Pie or Strawberry Rhubarb Pie I usually bake.
Hope you’re all well and having a great week so far. Don’t forget to get in touch if you make this recipe. I’d love to hear your thoughts. P.S Head over to my instagram account for a look at the Cherry Pie before it went in the oven. I’ve been working on my pie decorating skills!
Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve blogged but I’m back with this yummy Gluten Free Lemon Meringue Pie so I’m sure all is forgiven?!
If you couldn’t already tell based on past recipes I LOVE lemon curd. So when my sister gifted us some lemons from their lemon tree it didn’t take long to decide on making this pie. Let me know if you get the time to bake this one, it won’t disappoint!