There is definitely something beautiful about watching a machine do all the work for you, don’t you think? This recipe is done all in the food processor, meaning minimal labour and washing up – cake has never been so easy!
I first had this when a fellow gluten-free-ite bought it along for a shared morning tea late last year (Thanks Shannon!), she told me it was “Elana’s Orange Cake” so I did a quick google search and found it here, and have now made it my go-to cake! It’s super fluffy and tasty, and because it’s gluten-free / dairy-free / refined sugar-free, it caters for most common food allergies (in my circle of friends, anyway!).
These Peanut butter snacks are Paleo, gluten free, dairy free and (refined) sugar free, which makes them a pretty good, guilt-free snack straight from the fridge!
I made these as part of my dessert spread for Christmas last year – they’re a paleo friendly, gluten-free, dairy-free, and (refined) sugar-free treat that tastes just like an after-dinner mint. They’re so good, too good, and as usual I ate far too many of them (they didn’t survive Boxing Day). I’ve provided non-paleo options available for those not following it.
This sweet treat is pretty much the most famous (and easiest to make) brownie of all time. For real.
The taste and texture of these remind me of Subway cookies – they’re so easy to make, and better yet – you’re done and dusted in 20 mins!