Today's recipe is my favorite doughnuts. Each month at work, the company buys doughnuts for the entire office to celebrate that month's birthdays. The old-fashioned glazed doughnuts were my first choice. Y.U.M.! Since one of the main ingredients in old-fashioned glazed doughnuts is sour cream, going dairy free presented a problem...I couldn't have them any … Continue reading Old Fashioned Glazed Doughnuts
As a last minute addition to our family celebration today I created these little flags to designate the food safe for me. I also created others for the other food allergies & the vegetarian dishes. Everyone thought this was a great idea. I had a better idea...to share with you! Click this link for … Continue reading Freebie!
Happy Thanksgiving from Non-Dairy Queen of Sweets! I hope you have a wonderful & delicious day.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING to all my fellow U.S. Americans & anyone else celebrating this week! Other than turkey, there is no food that is the image of Thanksgiving than Pumpkin Pie. I would not be doing justice to Thanksgiving without sharing this on my blog, the weekend before the holiday. 3/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 … Continue reading Pumpkin Pie with Bonus Pumpkin Pudding Recipe
Mashed potatoes; a staple at many Thanksgiving feasts; creamy, buttery and usually, made with dairy. For the past few years I have been making 5-10 pounds of mashed potatoes for our family's celebration. Last year, just weeks after my diagnosis of the dairy allergy I could only make a change to non-dairy potatoes. In addition … Continue reading Taters Two Ways…
Wow, where has this week gone? It's Wednesday & it's a late post...We celebrated my grandmother's 87th birthday this weekend & I ended up cooking & creating the rest of the weekend...these appetizers are what I was working on. They were a hit with everyone. The pumpkin dip is a dip that I've been making … Continue reading Appetizers
Hold on tight, this is going to be long... It's that time of year, crisp nights, fire places, colorful leaves, hot spiced apple cider, the changing of seasons, wonderful memories, and my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving. I have so many memories of Thanksgiving; we always (& still do) celebrate with my mother's family. My grandmother insisted (& … Continue reading Dutch Crunch Apple Pie & 2 Bonus Recipes