Today I’m sharing my Top Gluten Free Recipes for 2014! 2014 brought lots of joy and a few new challenges.
In 2014, I got married, went on a trip of a lifetime to Canada and the U.S.A, and changed jobs. I continued to build on old and new friendships and said goodbye to my precious Nan. I also attempted to bake a few new treats to share with you all.
Whilst I must admit I found it challenging to put aside the time to blog, my love for baking and blogging about it still remains, even if it’s only for my benefit.
My top 5 Gluten Free Recipes for 2014.
1. Persian Love Cake
2. My Wedding Cupcakes
3. Peppermint Log
4. Lemon Curd Slice
5. Double Chocolate Espresso Brownies
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Years! Here’s to 2015 being bigger and brighter than the year before.
A few weeks ago I made these Gluten Free Chocolate Chunk Raspberry biscuits. They were unlike any other biscuit I had baked containing the raspberries. Despite the name they were also super soft which I love in a biscuit. You simply can’t go with chocolate biscuits too!
Here’s the Chocolate Chunk Raspberry Biscuits recipe if you feel like tasting them for yourself.
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In the spirit of Halloween I decided to make this Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie last weekend!
For those unfamiliar with Pumpkin Pie, it’s a traditional sweet dessert made in the United States and Canada at Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas time.
Now one of my favourites, I thought I should share my recipe for Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie with you all. I could seriously eat it all year round!
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After numerous birthday parties, a wedding, baby shower and even an ice skating competition, I finally bring to you a new recipe, Gluten Free Persian Love Cake.
I stumbled across this cake in a cafe a few years ago and immediately went in search for the recipe. I can honestly say I have never tasted a cake quite like this one.
So I decided to make it last week for my boss’s birthday because a) I wanted to make something other than your stock standard chocolate cake and b) it tastes great.
Thanks for reading and let me know what you think if you end up baking it?!
Six months ago I got hooked on coffee so in honour of my new found tastebuds and for all coffee lovers out there, I made these Gluten Free Chocolate Espresso Brownies.
My caffeine addiction started one weekend with Jesse and I strolling down to our local cafe to taste their signature iced coffee. I loved the iced coffee so much I thought I should see what their lattes were like. Now… we stroll down every Saturday for a latte.
Anyway, back to these Chocolate Espresso Brownies. They’re super moist and have the perfect ratio of chocolate and caffeine. If you’re a non-coffee drinker I promise you will also LOVE them! The double chocolate in these brownies is bound to win you over.
I also must credit Donna Hay and Nespresso for the original recipe I adapted to be Gluten Free!
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