For all you brave people hosting a dinner party these days, I have your back. Here’s an easy dessert you can serve your raw, vegan, gluten-free, paleo, and simply health conscious friends. Best of all, it’s also fast and easy! Grab your blender, because that’s all you’ll need!
Where I live in Texas, Tamales are a Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday staple. These make a great contribution to a friendsgiving feast! Not only are they clearly a holiday dish, but they’re also stealthily gluten-free, making them a welcome addition alongside the pies and cakes that celiacs can’t eat. If you’ve never tried dessert tamales before you’re in for a treat! The final texture is a lot like a gluten-free brownie stuffed with delicious cherries.
Enjoy these gluten free versions of my bone marrow mini cheesecakes in pumpkin spice or ginger-lime-blueberry!
This is a slightly easier version of a classic mousse recipe. You can tell because classic recipes never include microwave directions. Whip up a batch the next time you’re in the mood for a retro chocolaty treat!
One of my favorite road recipes is this sage infused venison bone marrow creme brulee I made from farmer’s market finds in Montreal.
I was lucky enough to be in Spokane, Washington during Huckleberry season. My host was an adventurous eater who asked if I could do something other than the usual Huckleberry Pie. Since my Venison Bone Marrow Creme Brulee back in Montreal I’d been itching for a chance to try making a bone marrow cheesecake – and these did not disappoint!
My Deadwood, SD host and I threw this easy cobbler together from random ingredients in her pantry plus her favorite sweetener. The Sorghum really makes it sing!
My Minnesota hosts had two teenage daughters who wanted to make something easy and fun, featuring local ingredients, that would impress their friends. They were thrilled when I whipped up this no-churn ice cream.
Snowed in? Fed up with using all the milk and eggs you bought on yet another French Toast breakfast? Try turning those pantry staples into this deceptively decadent depression era cake!
The next time you need an exotic cake that would make HR Geiger’s eyeballs pop, pick up a jar of hibiscus flowers preserved in syrup! The look and flavor are deliciously otherworldly!