When I used to eat éclairs, my favorite part was the glaze. Especially the coffee one at one of my favorite pastry shops in Cremona, Italy. These glazed paleo éclairs are my grain free recreation of the original.
When I started thinking about how to make sugar free icing for cookies, I thought it was pretty impossible. Honey doesn’t solidify like that, and with stevia you can’t make a crunchy icing for sure.
Paleo Coconut Macaroons are one of the simplest treats to prepare when you need a sweet recipe that’s easy to make and only requires a few simple ingredients.
Not often do I wish to remake a recipe of mine. I always prefer to opt for something new and enjoy the creative process of baking. These AIP Digestive Cookies are a unique exception.
These Gluten Free Treasure Chests are one of those treats that get stuck into your mind because they are linked to a cool memory. And, unlike usual, this is not one of my recipes, but a courtesy of my mom, the wizard behind the Italian blog www.pentolefornelli.blogspot.it
I just got back to Italy after a few months in the US.
I can’t tell you how rewarded I felt when I baked these Gluten Free Ginger Scones. I mean it. Usually, when made with gluten free flours, scones hardly come out with that perfectly soft but thick consistency of the regular ones.
I got up one morning with a huge muffin craving. I wanted something that tasted like orange and that was grain free as well. I quickly created the recipe for these Paleo Orange Muffins that’s so easy and quick to make that, by the time you are ready to start your day, your paleo breakfast will be ready for you!