Top Ten Recipes of 2016

Top Ten Recipes of 2016 | Only Taste Matters

Happy 2016! I’d like to kick off the New Year with a look back at some of the most popular recipes of 2016. If you are looking for a fantastic gluten-free dessert or pursuing a Paleo lifestyle, this is the place to start! #10 Classic Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting {Gluten Free} Looking for theRead more

Classic Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Classic #CarrotCake with Cream Cheese Frosting. So moist and delicious! #GlutenFreeBaking #DessertRecipes #ontheblog

I am re-publishing the following post because this is what my kitchen currently looks like. With Easter coming I figure you could all use a great carrot cake recipe, and this one definitely fits the bill. I adapted The Faux Martha’s Carrot Cake With Brown Butter Cream Cheese Frosting to make it gluten free. TheRead more

Orange Creamsicle Sugar Cookies

Orange Creamsicle Sugar Cookies make me dream of summer! #gfree

I remember, like most Americans, the sound of the ice cream truck as it appeared from around the corner. You heard it before you saw it and that bell signaled summer. Was it the ice cream or the excitement of the chase that got our hearts pounding? Whichever it was, the ringing of the Good Humor truck instantly caused every young child to start yelling at Mom or Dad, “Hurry, hurry, we are going to miss it!”

Bailey’s White Chocolate Cheesecake with Almond Brown Sugar Crust

Bailey's #WhiteChocolate #Cheesecake with Almond Brown Sugar Crust. It's made with Bailey's Irish Cream so it's perfect for #StPatricksDay. For the full #recipe, visit

There is a multitude of conflicting advice out there on how to make the “perfect” cheesecake. While everyone seems to agree you simply must bake it in a water bath, there seems to be much debate on the type of pan. Many Internet sources say to use a springform pan. However, in culinary class theyRead more

Red Velvet Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Red Velvet Cake seems to be a specialty of everyone’s grandmother who grew up in the South. However, being a Yankee, I only heard of it a few years ago. Now people seem to rave about it so I spent the last few years tasting red velvet cake at every southern restaurant we went to. It just seemed to be yellow cake mix with red food coloring. I was perplexed. I mean that can’t be what all the fuss was about. No way.