Honey Apple Cake

Make a gluten-free Honey Apple Cake for Rosh Hashanah!

September 14th is Rosh Hashanah,  the Jewish new year.  It is tradition to dip apples in honey to bring in a sweet new year. There also seems to be a tradition of serving honey cake at holiday dinner. However, every honey cake I ever tasted was terrible and I could not understand why my grandmotherRead more

No-churn Bourbon Vanilla Fudge Swirl Ice Cream with Toffee Bits

No-churn Bourbon Vanilla Fudge Swirl Ice Cream with Toffee Bits. No ice cream maker required!

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Sorry. Couldn’t resist 😁

Warning: This post is going to get a bit food nerdy. I’ll do my best to keep myself in check but you were warned.

The problem with homemade ice cream, whether using a machine or not, is it becomes too icy. The texture does not compare to store bought or restaurant made quality. This is a shame because the ingredients we use at home can be a much higher quality. So how do we solve this problem?

Spiced Chocolate Olive Oil Cake

Spiced Chocolate Olive Oil #Cake. So moist and tender. Yum! #glutenfreebaking #dessert #cakerecipe

When I mention the words “olive oil cake,” I am always surprised at the reactions I get. They range from “what cake?” to “eew” to simply wrinkling their nose. Each time I am utterly amazed how many people have not heard of olive oil cake and consequently how many people are missing out on something so wonderful.

Paleo No-churn Maple Walnut Coconut Cream Ice Cream

No-churn #Maple Walnut Coconut Cream #IceCream. Make this delicious non-dairy ice cream without an ice cream maker. For the #recipe, visit OnlyTasteMatters.com.

Growing up ice cream was paramount in our household. It was always in the freezer and we ate it everyday, year round. It was not merely a summer treat to us. My father’s idea of a bowl of ice cream consisted of three healthy scoops, not marbles as he referred to stingy dips. Now an ice cream parlor just opened near me claiming they have Philly-sized scoops. I don’t know what Philly-sized scoops are (they would be just scoops to us), but I’m guessing they are large since my family’s idea of a bowl of ice cream is about 5 or 6 times what a serving of gelato in Italy would be.