Today is National Zucchini Bread Day. Are you a zucchini bread fan? Zucchini bread is super popular in the summer months when the neighborhood gardens overfloweth with zukes. Still … this seems like a food holiday worth celebrating right now for sure. Maybe you don’t want a whole loaf of zucchini bread though. Maybe you want some “little bites.” If so, these Maple-Sweetened Almond Zucchini Mini Muffins from Gluten-Free Goddess are likely to be just perfect for you.
As Kim of Cook IT Allergy Free says, “The season has officially shifted and it is time for a little Spring baking.” So what recipe has she shared with us to help hasten “true” Spring along? Lemon Berry Muffins. Healthier, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free Lemon Berry Muffins. Kim also tells you how to easily make this recipe egg free and/or nut free if you need those options. She told a reader looking for a grain-free option that if you use all almond flour and add an extra egg, these muffins come out perfectly as well. Kim is very adept at telling readers how to adapt recipes to fit their specific needs. That’s the whole premise behind her bestselling Cook IT Allergy Free app. I’m not quite ready to get out my flip flops as Kim suggests in her post, but I am ready to make and eat one of her pretty and delicious muffins!
Click the link for Kim’s Lemon Berry Muffins recipe over at Cook IT Allergy Free.
If you’re a parent, sometimes you want to create a recipe that your child can take to a party and the other kids will go “WOW!” Add to that the whole gluten-free scenario and things can get a bit more complicated. Yes, many parents send a single safe cupcake for their child to enjoy while gluten-full treats are being served. However, rather than have their child singled out, some parents choose instead to make gluten-free treats for everyone in attendance to enjoy. That’s what Maggie of She Let Them Eat Cake recently did. But she explains why she took her cupcakes to a new level. “In order to make my kids feel a little better about being the only one eating a gluten-free cupcake at a birthday party, I’ve decided to get a little more creative. If they’re at a party, I want to make sure they feel really good about what they’re eating. Thus, the Fudgeeo Cupcake was born.”