I love a good cake in a mug. I have plenty of mug cake recipes, which I have to say are really perfect for people who are gluten free. First, if you’re new to gluten-free baking, a mug cake is less intimidating than a big cake and it doesn’t waste a lot of ingredients if you mess it up. Second, if you live in a mixed-diet household of
If you have kids in college or you’re a college student yourself, this Three-Minute Three-Ingredient Blueberry French Toast in a Mug is a perfect no-mess recipe for a dorm room. Or, dorm room or not, this is great when you want a quick, hot
Want to show someone you care this Valentine’s Day? Instead of the standard chocolates or flowers, make a one-of-a-kind keepsake for an extra-special gift! What you’ll need: -Clean white glossy mugs or cups -Stencils or designs you like -Scissors -Soft (8B) pencil -Tape -Markers for porcelain or glass, in assorted colors (such as oil-based Sharpies) By Marketa O’Connor
It has been said that necessity is the mother of invention. True, but hunger can be a great motivator as well.
Dessert doesn’t have to be fussy to be delightful. This light and airy gluten-free cake is the perfect example—only a few ingredients and just a minute or so in the microwave and it’s ready. Double the recipe for 2 perfectly proportioned desserts
This morning I woke up with a huge hankering for gluten free coffee cake. But I also woke up a tad late and there was no time to actually make coffee cake. Since I believe that cravings should not be ignored (within reason!) I had to get creative