Gluten-Free Vanilla Almond Cookies

Food opinions are as dividing as a game of Monopoly. We as humans enjoy our food a certain way, and it’s shocking to hear others eat it differently. Take, for example, the pineapple on pizza feud. Either you love it, or you despise it, and like most internet debates, there can be no middle ground….

American Apple Pie (No Gluten or Shortening)

Apple pie and the U.S.A. have something in common. They both originated from Britain. So how did this popular pastry become an American icon? This Canadian is about to find out. The Origins of Apple Pie Apple pie came to the American colonies during the 17th century. Unfortunately, they had a long wait before they…

Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies

There’s something nostalgic about cookies. They bring memories of childhood days, school snacks, and birthday parties with cone hats. A simpler time, when one’s priority was to have fun and not think too hard about the nutritional value of food. Cookies taste good, so they must be good. The same ideology is shared when it…

Pumpkin Peanut Butter Truffles

Fall brings on the seasonal pumpkin trend. Aside from pumpkin spice lattes and pumpkin pie, there are so many creative ways to enjoy this iconic fall food. And today’s recipe is one more. The Perks of Pumpkin This may surprise you, but this gourd is an extremely healthy vegetable, full of nutrition and health benefits….

Chocolate Peanut Butter Truffles

Hello, y’all! I’m back. If you’re new, welcome! Thanks for subscribing in my absence. Old and new followers, you will be rewarded for returning after three months of my absence. Tomorrow, gold will rain onto your windowsill and the love of your life will knock on your door with flowers and white stallions. Your loves…

Gluten-Free Chocolate Cupcakes

So my birthday passed. That brought on much introspection. Now you may be wondering, “Sarah! What is with your blog posts? Why are you giving us your theories and rambling nonsense? Why don’t you just talk about cooking or how delicious everything is, like other food bloggers?” That is what my introspection was about. I…

Paleo Banana Mug Cake

Phase noun 1.1 A stage in a person’s psychological development, especially a period of temporary difficulty during adolescence or a particular stage during childhood. Sorry, Oxford, but I have to disagree. Phases can occur past adolescence. And not necessarily the bad kind. In my humble observations, I’ve found that some people are more prone to…

Healthy Sweet Potato Muffins

To those who don’t know (AKA most of you,) I work as a theatre director at a high school. I don’t think any of the students know I have this blog… (Hi?) Either way it doesn’t matter since I will not be discussing any of them. (But I still can, so behave, girls!) Towards the end…

Flourless Banana Muffins

By definition, I am a foodie. I try new foods, invent recipes, photograph dishes, and post them on the internet. The problem is I dislike that term. Ironic? Yeah, it is. I don’t like the word ‘belly’ or ‘bae’ either. The sound of ‘foodie’ just feels off to me. It sounds like a fan name, like…

Gluten-Free Zucchini Muffins

*Let’s talk about focus during an afternoon concentration slump. We live in the age of the monkey brain. Our minds are constantly stimulated by information from our phones, TVs, ads, and anything else we see in the course of a day. So when the time comes to sit and work, be it homework, a college thesis,…

Peanut Butter Bark (Low-Carb)

There’s no wrong way to make food. After all, cooking is a creative process. Foods and spices are like colors you mix together to create a culinary masterpiece. Some people say chickpeas don’t belong in brownies. Yet this happened. Others say peanut butter does not belong in soup. Yet this happened. You get my drift? Speaking…