Free from many of the allergens you find in conventional cookies, these maple pecan delights are a crowd-pleaser! Made with pecan butter (yep, there's a nut-free option too!) and maple syrup, they don't need eggs to achieve the perfect chewy texture. Bonus: they're compatible with a ton of dietary restrictions: Grain-free ✔️Gluten-Free ✔️Egg-Free ✔️Dairy-Free ✔️Vegan ✔️Nut-free option ✔️ but you'd never know it!
This magnificent pumpkin bread recipe is so easy-to-make you can whip it up anytime you get the craving for homemade, light and fluffy comfort food. Best of all, because it's made with Otto's cassava flour, you can share it with anyone on a grain-free, dairy-free, or paleo diet! Or eat it all yourself, no judgement here. :)
Molasses cookies are quite possibly the most flexible and easy-to-work-with type of cookie in the world. The molasses keeps them soft for days and you can even freeze the dough for up to 2 weeks... when that craving hits just pop into the oven. No matter what type of cookie texture you prefer, it is basically impossible to make a bad molasses cookie. Not only is this recipe gluten, grain and dairy free...it’s also egg free and AIP compliant. This is one you don’t want to miss!!
One of the few desserts you can get away with eating for breakfast! So easy to make and yet the results are always amazing - moist and delicious, perfectly sweet and deeply satisfying. Plus, it is totally OK to start out your morning with a slice of it. Dessert for breakfast anyone? Yes please! This gluten, grain and nut-free banana bread is so tasty you might just find yourself ending the day with a slice too.
A rich, velvety, dark chocolate cupcake ranks right at the top of our perfect-for-any-party wish list, especially when it’s crowned with a fluffy mound of creamy chocolate frosting, and most especially when it also happens to be Top 8 allergen free (because it’s only a party when all your friends get to indulge). These ultra-moist mini desserts come together in a snap with just a handful of pantry staples, including our naturally gluten-free Cassava Flour, and can be modified to suit a variety of dietary lifestyles and personal preferences. A tip for time-crunched bakers: unfrosted cupcakes can be fully cooled and frozen for up to 3 weeks, then thawed in the fridge overnight or at room temperature for half an hour. Bring on the sprinkles!!
We love crab but hate the work that goes into extracting the meat from that hard, sharp shell. That’s why when soft-shell crab season comes around, we indulge. You can eat the whole crab, shell and all! We are always looking for new ways to make it, but fried is one of our favorites. Heck, anything fried is our favorite, lol. This recipe uses a different technique to adhere the flour by using whipped egg whites. It’s important to make the dipping sauce ahead of time to allow the ingredients time to meld together. The sauce really brightness the dish and brings the whole thing to another level!