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
Last week with an abundance of strawberries I baked these Gluten Free Strawberry Banana Muffins. They are low fat, packed with fibre and low in sugar. Perfect with my cup of tea this week!
I also baked the first recipe I ever posted on my blog – Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Gluten Free. I was reminded of how much I love rhubarb and pie, but really, who doesn’t love pie?!
I’d love to hear if you bake these strawberry banana muffins or my strawberry rhubarb pie. Thanks for stopping by The Naughty Dietitian
Over the past few weeks The Naughty Dietitian has been a little neglected but I’m back, and I’ve got some Gluten Free Banana and Raspberry Muffins to show you! I would love to say I was too busy baking to share recipes with you all but sadly I just haven’t had time.
Getting back into the kitchen this week though I decided it was probably time to bake something a little healthier. Now I’ve probably lost a few points for choosing a healthy option but these muffins really are tasty. Bonus for being low fat, low in added sugar and full of fruit and fibre.
Thanks for reading!
Saturday night my family came over for dinner and I made this Gluten Free Strawberry Rhubarb Pie! I love making ridiculously yummy desserts for my family and partner Jesse to taste test.
Whilst I must admit I have made this strawberry rhubarb pie once before I forgot just how amazing it is! The pastry is nice and flaky and the pie has the perfect balance of tart and sweet flavour. Thanks to Williams and Sonoma for the original recipe I modified to be gluten free.
Anyway, I thought I would share the recipe with you. It’s well worth making and goes perfectly with a scoop of ice cream.