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.
The Naughty Dietitian.
These Gluten Free Dark Chocolate Cranberry Florentines are such a special treat filled with dried cranberries, a thin layer of dark chocolate and an abundance of nuts. They’re perfect with your cup of coffee or tea.
If you’ve always wanted to try baking florentines or learning to temper chocolate, I encourage you to give them a go. They are definitely worth the effort and are not that difficult to make.
Special thanks to Kirsten Tibballs who taught me how to temper chocolate with her youtube video on tempering chocolate. The original florentine recipe was also from her “Chocolate” cookbook. I just modified it slightly to suit my own taste preferences.
The Naughty Dietitian,
Today I’m sharing these Gluten Free Peanut Butter Jam Drop Biscuits.
I’m sure it comes as no surprise that a lot of my childhood memories involve food. I remember eating Nan’s Yo-Yo raw biscuit mixture out of the bowl and jam drop biscuits (just like my Blackberry Jam Drop Biscuits (Gluten Free)). So when I came across a peanut butter jam drop biscuits, I just knew I had to make them.
If you enjoy peanut butter you need to bake these biscuits. They have the perfect ratio of peanut butter and just melt in your mouth!
Thanks to the Food Fanatic website for the original recipe I then modified to be gluten free and contain less sugar.
Happy Wednesday folks,
The Naughty Dietitian
All I seem to be baking at the moment is biscuits, including these Gluten Free Caramel Shortbread Biscuits! I think it’s partly due to the weather (I love a good biscuit with my cup of tea) and the fact that they’re pretty quick to make.
These biscuits are no exception! Quick to make and truly delicious. In fact, the shortbread is probably the best I have tasted. It melts in your mouth. Then add the caramel to the mix and they are heavenly. I’d love to hear if you make them or have a biscuit recipe you think I ought to try?
Thanks for stopping by,
The Naughty Dietitian
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On the weekend I was dreaming about my upcoming trip with my husband and daughter to Queenstown (New Zealand) and these chocolate chip biscuits. You see, whenever I think about heading to the snow I start craving chocolate chip biscuits. Sounds weird but let me explain the connection…
A month or so before Jesse and I started dating we went on a road trip to the snow with friends. The road trip was about 2½ hours from home and we had all packed some food for the journey and the long weekend away.
While the full list of food we took for the trip isn’t important the fact that Jesse pulled out a container of homemade gluten free chocolate chip biscuits just for me is. He might argue now that he baked those chocolate chip biscuits for everyone, but I knew deep down he was trying to impress me. Clearly it worked, as a month later we began dating, and whenever I think about heading to the snow I instantly crave his chocolate chip biscuits.
Do you have foods that make you think of a certain place or person?
Thanks for reading!