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.
This weeks recipe is Gluten Free Easter Bark. It’s a simple and tasty way to use up your leftover Easter eggs. Though I’m a little late for this year, you could also make some to gift to loved ones or take it to work if you really want chocolate out of the house!
Speaking of Easter recipe being a little late though… If you follow me on Instagram you might have noticed I’ve been unwell recently. I underwent spinal surgery a 1½ weeks ago and it’s been a little tough for me and my family being so immobile. I didn’t get the chance to mentally/physically prepare for the surgery or the slow recovery process so bear with me if my blog is a little behind schedule.
Anyway, I hope you all had a lovely Easter and continue to follow me on my baking journey.
With Easter just around the corner there is no better time to make these Gluten Free Decadent Chocolate Brownies! They’re truly the BEST gluten free brownies I have EVER tasted and make for a fabulous Easter gift.
The original recipe comes from Kirsten Tibballs “Chocolate” Cookbook which I slightly modified and adapted to be gluten free. I also need to give credit to my husband for making this week’s recipe. He has been nothing short of amazing lately, cooking, cleaning and caring for both Lyla and myself while I’ve been struck down with a back injury.
Fingers crossed I will be on the mend soon and back in the kitchen! Thanks for stopping by, The Naughty Dietitian.
If you like the chocolate and coffee, you will LOVE this Gluten Free Chocolate Espresso Cake! It has a lovely subtle espresso flavour and is super moist. The cake doesn’t sit heavy in your stomach like some other flourless cakes can and is just an all round winning recipe.
I made this Chocolate Espresso Cake to celebrate my brother in law’s birthday a few weeks back and it was an absolute hit! I noticed he kept creeping back to the kitchen to cut another slice. That is really the reason why I love baking. I love to spoil others and make them enjoy and feel good about food.
I would love to hear what you love about baking? Feel free to comment on this post, on my Facebook or Instagram account or send me an email! Thanks also to Martha Stewart for the recipe I adapted
You can blame my husband for these Gluten Free Reese’s Peanut Butter Cookies. They are filled with Reese’s pieces, Reese’s peanut butter chips and chocolate chips. Yum!
They’re my 7th peanut butter related recipe on the blog but hey who’s counting? On a more serious note, I love baking biscuits as they are so quick and easy to make. I also love that you you get to eat them almost straight away. Talk about instant satisfaction!
These biscuits will certainly give you instant satisfaction but let me know if you have a recipe you would like me to make as I’m always open to suggestions. Once again, thanks for reading.