This recipe for Knee Slappin’ Good Blueberry Muffins from Heidi of Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom is the last recipe entry for our March Muffin Madness event. I thought that sharing this much loved sweet... [44 Comments]
We’re closing in on the final hours of March Muffin Madness here on gfe, but I’ve still got quite a bit of great muffin goodness to share with you! Like these Tropical Mango-Coconut Muffins from... [37 Comments]
Corn muffins are clearly a very popular muffin option. I think it’s because they bridge the gap between savory muffins and sweet muffins and they also work as a terrific bread option. So far for... [42 Comments]
For all of you who love savory muffins, I have another one for you today for March Muffin Madness! These Basil Prosciutto Corn Cakes are muffins that can easily double as a meal (like Starlene’s... [40 Comments]
Today I have some more lovelies for you for March Muffin Madness---Raspberry Muffin Cakes from Maggie of She Let Them Eat Cake! You can probably guess why Maggie calls her recipe "muffin cakes" versus simply... [78 Comments]
As we approach Easter and, therefore, Good Friday, the timing is perfect to share these Hot Cross Carrot Muffins for March Muffin Madness. This recipe was created by Vicky of Gluten Free SCD and Veggie. Vicky’s... [47 Comments]
Yes, we have another savory muffin for you today for March Muffin Madness---Bacon Muffins from Starlene of GAPS Diet Journey. These muffins are not just your basic muffins with some bacon added. They will surprise you... [52 Comments]
March Muffin Madness continues with a recipe for Vanilla Pear Muffins from Leanne of Healthful Pursuit. Aren't they just gorgeous? I think vanilla and pears make a really sweet combination! But please don't be misled by my statement... [84 Comments]
How about some Cocoa-Nut Muffins for March Muffin Madness? That’s today’s contribution thanks to Cheryl Harris of Gluten Free Goodness. Her “chocolaty” muffins are gluten free, dairy free, egg free, sugar free, and vegan, and---no... [63 Comments]
It’s Almond Cranberry Muffins from The Gluten-Free Homemaker today for March Muffin Madness! I love the way that Linda describes these soft, moist, and lovely muffins; how she combined flours and starches to create just... [65 Comments]
Gluten free since June 2003, I lead a celiac/ gluten intolerance group in Virginia. My passion is educating folks on gluten issues and showing how eating gluten free can be easy if you focus on "real" foods versus processed and specialty foods. Read more...
Prizes for March Muffin Madness--Drawing March 31! (Every comment during the series is an entry.)
The folks from Blendtec are generously sponsoring this part of the giveaway! The Blendtec is more than just a blender. It is an all-in-one appliance that makes smoothies, fresh juice, ice cream, milk shakes, cappuccinos, margaritas, soups, sauces, bread dough, dressings, salsas and more! It replaces up to 9 other appliances with 1 fast, easy-to-use machine. Note that the model shown may be different that the model that is presented to the winner.
You're not likely to have to process anything in two batches---or wait for several minutes to get the results you want---when using this food processor! What a valuable and gorgeous asset for one's kitchen! I'd be thinking of all kinds or recipes and meals that require the use of a food processor just so I could see this baby at work.
I just love mini muffins. There's something fun---and very special---about a bite-sized version of a regular muffin. Maybe it's the fact you get more outer crustiness per bite. Maybe it's simply the bite-sized factor. Whatever the reason, this pan makes mini muffin baking super easy.
I went for years---way too many---without an immersion blender. Now I don't know how I could live without one! Your immersion blender can magically turn your soup into a velvety, heavenly offering or allow you to make a smoothie or milkshake right in your giant-sized glass. What could be better than that?
Cooking in cast iron pans is a healthy way to go and Lodge cast iron ware is the best. This muffin pan comes seasoned, so you'll be ready to make your next batch of muffins. Which recipe will you choose?
Paderno World Cuisine Spiral Food Slicer (Spiralizer)
If you want to add some fun to the kitchen and get more veggies into your loved ones (or yourself, who you also love, of course), get this spiralizer! It so much fun to turn zucchini into "zoodles" (or make any kind of vegetable/fruit "pasta" for main dishes, salads, or sides--sweet potato, white potato, carrots, apples, etc.). You can turn fruit into beautiful dessert presentations. Oh, there are so many ideas and the results are naturally gluten free and usually low carb, and always healthy!
One by one I've seen friends switch over from the "old" stovetop pressure cookers to these electric pressure cookers. This model is the one they are buying. It does all the work for you---and quickly and safely. Plus---bonus---it's easy to clean!