I just couldn't let Valentine's Day go by this year without making heart cut-out cookies with my children. I did it every year with my mom and have made it a tradition with my children now as well. This year I created a new cut-out cookie recipe—a delicious, gluten-free and egg-free cookie made from rolled oats.
I know Valentine's day is right around the corner, but instead of adding to the plethora of chocolate recipes floating around in cyber-space, I thought I would share a non-caffeinated dessert suitable for little children.
Today I am sharing with you a delectable little cookie recipe. A version of chocolate chip cookies that you've probably never seen before. One that doesn't contain any flour, sugar, eggs, or butter. No xanthan gum or starches either. Yep. A true "whole foods" cookie. One that pairs well with a glass of fresh, raw almond milk for dunking.
You are in for a real treat today! The other night I had an early morning dream of these cupcakes with the recipe clearly spelled out for me. I was in sort of a lucid dream-like state and knew I needed to write it down.
Sound too good to be true? Here I present to you a fabulous-tasting chocolate layer cake. Moist and delicious. Tender and rich. Chocolate at its best. Allergen-free. No gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, corn, or sugar!
Seriously, you just can't go wrong here.
Love is in the air now, can't you feel it? The girls and I have been making Valentine's for over a week now. There is glitter all over the house!
What do you do to celebrate Valentine's Day?
I know for most of us chocolate is involved. Maybe roses, a massage, a nice dinner. These are all wonderful things, but what about love?