I am in love with knitting toe-up socks with the magic loop method. Although I have only made three pairs so far, I have purchased yarn to make a few more pairs. I have a Pinterest board dedicated to toe-up … Continued
These tasty gluten-free donuts are delicious. I am pleased with the way they turned out considering they are lacking the gluten and all the benefits it gives to baked good—lightness, airiness, and chewiness. Replacing wheat flour in baked goods can … Continued
As of last April, despite the fact I have been a knitter for over thirty-five years, I had never knitting a pair of socks—although it was on my proverbial bucket list. But, here I was in Colorado, awaiting the birth … Continued
I may be a tad biased. However, I still believe these cookies are the best gluten-free chocolate chip cookies ever! Years ago, there was a period of a few years when Hubs had to be 100% gluten-free. You need to … Continued
I absolutely love this moist and rich flourless chocolate cake. This treat was one of the very first gluten-free recipes I fiddled with. This luscious cake has become my go-to dessert if I’m pressed for time, or if I’m asked … Continued
These moist tropical cupcakes are grain-free. dairy-free, and sugar free. The best part? They are delicious.
Sweet, tangy and refreshing, this simple lemon curd recipe is so versatile it is always welcomed at our tea parties.
Until I came to the United States, I had never tasted Mexican food. I now live very close to the Southern border of the US and I am blessed to enjoy the best Mexican food: fresh and bursting with flavor. … Continued
My eldest son was having a birthday. One of our birthday family traditions is that the birthday boy or girl chooses their dinner and dessert. For the longest time, any time I ask one of the Littles what they wanted for … Continued
Two of my favorite activities to relax are reading and either knitting or crocheting. Since Christmas is past and I no longer can give a gift away, I will share the list of my 2018 knitting and crocheting projects. I … Continued