This easy holiday fudge recipe is a quick way to add creamy morsels of cheer to your holiday table and makes a great gift idea. Tucked in the smooth chocolate fudge are snappy bits of ginger from gluten-free gingersnap cookies and the satisfying crunch of pistachios.Read More
Thumbprint cookies are a holiday classic and a personal favourite of mine. These soft mincemeat thumbprint cookies are a lovely spiced treat and make a great addition to your holiday baking list.Read More
Resembling mini pies, these gluten-free tassies require little effort, but yield big results. As a bite-sized portable version of a gluten-free cherry cheesecake, they’re a pretty dessert option for entertaining and holiday get-togethers. Better yet, you won’t feel guilty for eating one (or two)!Read More
If there was ever a year to celebrate something special and have some fun in July, this is it, so bring on the holiday cheer!
Christmas is my favourite time of the year, and why not enjoy it twice if you can? This week in our house, we’re putting together a Christmas celebration for this upcoming weekend. We’re baking our favourite holiday goodies, and hanging up some Christmas cheer.Read More
If you’re a fan of the spicy flavour of a Hermit cookie, you’ll love these gluten-free mincemeat cookies! Even if you’re not a fan of this traditional Christmas pie or tart filling, you’ll like these…I promise.Read More
What does one do with leftover mincemeat when the holidays are over? I’ll be honest, that’s never happened in this house before, so I’ve never had to think about it. I’m a mincemeat junkie and usually the holidays for me are all about warm tarts, pies, and mincemeat topped scones. But this year, I had some left over and started looking for a new way to use it up.
Thankfully, I stumbled upon a great idea for mincemeat-stuffed pancakes. I know what you’re thinking, WHAT? But think on it for a minute. It’s like a warm breakfast version of a mincemeat tart.Read More
Unbelievably, the Christmas break is just about upon us! Our house is decorated, the Christmas shopping has begun, and our girls are getting excited for the end of the semester. That all means that everyone’s thoughts are turning to holiday treats and sweets. In our house, that means Christmas cake ice cream!Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: fireplaces blazing, cuddling under blankets, bulky sweaters, and comfort food. Fall is beautiful here in Canada, but winter is my favourite season.
The colder temperatures bring with them Thanksgiving and Christmas of course, but ooh, the comfort food (drooling). It’s time for casseroles, gravies, crockpots filled with stews and chili’s, apple crisp, everything pumpkin, and of course, stuffing. What are the holidays without stuffing??Read More