Yellow Wacky Cake

If you have to bake without egg (or dairy), chances are, you’ve heard of the Wacky Cake. Or Crazy Cake, or Depression Cake. It’s a very old recipe, and a very good one! I always gets rave reviews when I share it with people–even those who don’t have dietary restrictions. You don’t always want a chocolate cake though, so here is how to convert the Wacky Cake into a Yellow Wacky Cake! Read More …

Homemade Top 8 Free White Chocolate

Make your own White Chocolate that is free of all top 8 allergens! Plus, learn how simple it is to mold your own Easter chocolates! Read More …

Keeping Green Eggs out of the Classroom

March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday, which has nationally become known as Read Aloud Day. This is a great opportunity to increase literacy in younger children by sharing Dr. Seuss’s extensive collection of great kids books. Many preschool and elementary school teachers include crafts inspired by the books as a way to increase excitement and Read More …

Slow-Cooker BBQ Pork

I love my crockpot! It’s so nice to dump all the ingredients in one big pot and let time do the cooking all day. I’ll use it any time I get the chance! Another thing I love is pulled pork. I’ve shared my Hawaiian Pork recipe before, so today I’ll share how to make a Read More …

Top 8 and Gluten Free Cut-Out Sugar Cookies with Aquafaba Royal Icing

This pair of recipes came out of the need to provide safe food for my family at two different events. The first was for Zax’s class Gingerbread Party. The sign-up sheet came home, asking for parents to provide icing or decorations for the party. I signed up for icing and then chatted with the teacher Read More …

Egg(less) Nog

Egg Nog. It’s a tradition for many at this time of year. I’ll be one of the first to say that I love the flavors, the creamy richness, and the decadence of eggnog. Sharing a cool glass with a loved one while bundled up in a cozy sweater is a quintessential Christmas feeling. I even Read More …

Feeding Tubes and Food Allergies

A few weeks ago, my husband’s grandmother got a permanent feeding tube. At 95 years old, this was only one in a line of medical interventions addressing her declining health for the last several months.Despite her various health issues, she has not taken this transition well. And who can blame her? Food is tied to Read More …

Teal Pumpkin Cake Behind-the-Scenes

In case you missed it, I did a guest blog post for Kids with Food Allergies on October 22nd. Follow this link to see the tasty recipe! I thought I’d post a few behind-the-scenes pictures of that cake, in case anyone is interested in more details. I didn’t put any ingredient pictures on my guest Read More …