Baking & Desserts

Cinnamon Applesauce Squares
In the world of baking, this is the ultimate comfort food, evoking wonderful memories. What a wonderful treat for your entire family this Thanksgiving. More »
Gluten-Free Cranberry Pistachio Muffins
These muffins with a rich golden color feature the tartness of cranberries and the nutty flavor of pistachios. What a wonderful combination! Perfect for Thanksgiving. More »
Sesame and Green Onion Bread (Gluten-Free)
Green onions lend moisture and a delicate onion flavor to this bread, along with high levels of vitamins A and C, making it a spectacularly healthy snack or side for your Thanksgiving dinner. More »
Giant Parmesan Rosemary Breadsticks
As tasty as they are fun to make, these thin, crunchy sticks are as long as your baking sheet, and are perfect for any holiday meal! More »
Fluffy Lemon Chia Seed Pancakes (gluten-free)
Cottage cheese in the batter makes these lemony pancakes light and fluffy, with a flavor reminiscent of cheesecake — a wonderful breakfast surprise! Chia seeds give them a cheerful polka-dotted appearance and a subtle crunch. More »
GF Baked Millet, Apple and Raisin Breakfast ‘Cupcakes'
Part muffin, part cereal and 100% delicious, these portable millet “cupcakes” are the new definition of fast food. More »
Berry Best Muffins
Delicious and easy to make. Perfect for back to school/work! More »
Chocolate Turtle Panini
Simple to make (get the kids involved - they'll love it) and certain to be the hit of any weekend brunch! 'These are "to die for" as one person said when I served them for dessert,' says author Alison Lewis. More »
Apple, Cranberry and Oat Breakfast Crumble
Leftover apple crumble for breakfast on a long weekend is one of Jennifer MacKenzie's (author of The Dehydrator Bible) guilty pleasures. This version is a little less sweet than a dessert crumble and incorporates dried fruit and grains into a healthy breakfast dish. More »
Carrot Bread with Coconut and Cardamom (Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free)
The exotic scents of coconut and cardamom instantly elevate this quick and easy bread into a very special treat. It is also loaded with good-for-you ingredients, which means you can savor it for breakfast and snacks this weekend. More »
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