Wednesday, September 8, 2010
I feel good! I love to be creative and tonight I was creative. I had six bananas that needed to be made into something before the fruit flies carried them away. Banana bread...yup...that is what I wanted to use them for. I googled gluten free banana bread but wasn't inspired...then I was inspired...I went to the cupboard and took out a Betty Crocker gluten free yellow cake mix and dumped it in a mixing bowl. I added some vanilla and an egg and six mashed bananas. I mixed these items together and then added a bunch of hand-broken-up walnuts. I spooned the mixture into a lightly oiled with oil spray loaf pan and baked it for an hour in a 350 deg. oven. Cooled it on a wire rack, sliced it and enjoyed it.
Monday, September 6, 2010
I used to love pecan sandie cookies and today I felt as if I was back tasting those goody goodies...I made the pecan cookie variation on the Hodgson Mill cookie mix box. They are yummy and I made them with only shortening and no butter.
Hubby is a pecan sandie lover too and he ate some and was wowed as well.
SO WOW! Another recommendation...HODGSON MILL cookie mix...
HAPPY LABOR DAY! MAKE COOKIES NOT WORK!
Saturday, September 4, 2010
hey hey mac n cheese my way
boil Orgran noodles
heat some Almond milk
add grated almond cheese
salt pepper hot sauce powdered garlic and onion
combine and bake in the oven on 350 until flavors blend
add topping to casserole before baking, if desired (I like crushed chips)
Here it is fallish weather so this is the perfect comfort casserole.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
I already reported that I love Udi's breads so I went on to try their bagels...oh as you can see I am indulging myself with an Udi's bagel with a slice of Almond pepper jack cheese (made with almonds=milk free)...
The texture is amazing...the taste, dreamy.
How DO they DO it?