recipes

Gluten Free Carrot Cake Donuts with Goat Cheese Glaze

These Carrot Cake Donuts are moist, spiced, and have that perfect zingy sweetness from their unique goat cheese glaze. Easy to make, in under 30 mins! If you’re wondering what to bring to your best friends baby shower, sisters wedding shower, or mother’s day brunch, I have a feeling these Carrot Cake Donuts will do the trick!   How To Make These Carrot Cake Donuts – Step by Step Set oven to 425 degrees, grease a donut pan. Combine oil and sugar, mix well. Add remaining wet ingredients and combine well. Add your dry ingredients …

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Gluten Free Lemon Lavender Poppy Seed Bread

This super moist gluten free, dairy free Poppy Seed Bread has just a hint of floral and a zing of lemon, the perfect spring flavor combination. Spring is officially here and so is this delicious Gluten Free Poppy Seed Bread! For me spring always reminds me of home. At the first sign of warmer weather, my mother would deep clean our home on a Saturday morning and open all of the windows. The fresh breeze felt like the mark of the new season. How To Make This Gluten Free Poppy Seed Bread – Step by Step Set oven to 350 F. Line a bread pan …

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The Capsule Pantry || Gluten Free Spaghetti and Meatballs + 5 Other Classic Recipes

Well, friends.  It’s the last week of our Capsule Pantry series and we’ve made it through 16 recipes using just our one Capsule Pantry List of ingredients. I (Lauren) hope you’re seeing how versatile your pantry and freezer can be! With just a few key ingredients you can create different flavors, combinations and even switch up the same dish by swapping out a protein or making the dish vegetarian. This week I am touching on a few classics. These are meals that you probably have already made or at least likely eaten, my recipes …

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Effortless Entertaining: Wine Tasting Night with P-touch Embellish

If you want to know the exact kind of party I will be hosting all summer long, look no further than this post.  Here’s why: It’s really easy to throw together last minute, so rather than needing guests to mark their calendars weeks in advance and hoping nothing interferes, you can text your besties on Friday morning and tell them they can swing by that evening.  Also, this charcuterie and cheese board is the best way to combine things you likely already have in your pantry and refrigerator (or things you can easily keep on hand) in a …

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