Quick and easy walnut meringue recipe to use up leftover egg whites. Gluten and lactose free!
A delicious chocolate cake from 6 leftover egg whites. This cake is very easy to make and contains chocolate, egg whites, butter, flour, and sugar. Enjoy creating this delicious chocolate cake!
DId the Easter bunny go a bit overboard? Are you up to your ears in pastel-colored candies and chocolate rabbits? Or maybe you are just hoping to take advantage of the post-holiday markdowns. Regardless, if you’d like to turn that bag of mini Cadbury eggs and bunny-printed M&Ms into chewy, buttery, delicious cookies, I have [...]
The Mini Pavlova with Blueberries is incredibly easy to make and helps use up four leftover egg whites. It impresses with its sweet taste and refreshes thanks to mint and blueberries. The meringue nests have a crispy consistency. The whipped cream filling completes both flavors.
Make this quick and easy Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Bowl with leftover rice for a quick and healthy breakfast that's gluten free and vegan!Gluten free, vegan; Free of: peanuts, soy, dairy, eggs
If you've ever wanted a great cookie without using dairy, eggs, or wheat, this is it. These are chewy, delicious, and really easy to make.
If you want an easy cookie that allergy-friendly, check out this recipe! These Gluten Free Slice-and-Bake Sugar Cookies are simple and deliciousGluten free, vegetarian, cane sugar free, soy free, dairy free, corn free, egg free
These fun Easter Basket Cookies are easy to make and full of delicious flavors! The colored coconut egg nest sits on top of a super soft sugar cookie with a layer of tasty buttercream frosting to hold Cadbury's shimmer mini chocolate eggs in place! Top your cookies with your favorite Easter egg candies for the perfect Easter treat to make with the kids!!
These No Chill Vegan Sugar Cookies are the perfect treat for parties or school! They are easy to make and have no eggs, dairy, soy, tree nuts, or peanutsVegan, contains wheat/gluten; Free of: eggs, dairy, soy, coconut, tree nuts, peanuts
These no-chill and no-roll Gluten Free Sugar Cookies are super easy to make are not only gluten free, but they're also vegan and top 8 allergen free.Gluten free, vegan, top 8 free; Free of: eggs, dairy, soy, coconut, tree nuts, peanuts
These vegan Mini Egg Cookies are the perfect easy snack or dessert for Easter! These cookies are beautiful, colourful, and perfect for Spring!
Apple, Bacon, Toasted Walnut & Parmigiano fall salad recipe by Grace Vallo. Top with an over easy egg for a full dinner salad!
Bake these Chocolate No-Chill Vegan Sugar Cookies for your next Christmas party: they are easy to make, dairy free, and delicious! Vegan (contains wheat); Free of: eggs, dairy, soy, coconut, tree nuts, peanuts
Chopped up candy bars, folded into peanut butter cookie dough, and topped with sea salt - an easy, dreamy snack and a great use for leftover candy.
Have some leftover brownies and pudding to use up? Whip up this quick Vegan Brownie Berry Trifle, it's gluten free and allergy friendly!Gluten free, vegan, peanut free; Free of: soy, dairy, eggs
Looking for a sweet treat that won't derail your nutrition goals? Make some delicious and easy Almond Butter Protein Cookies, they're dairy and egg free!Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, Vegan-Option; Contains tree nuts. Free of: dairy, soy, cane sugar, eggs
Get your pumpkin fix with these gluten free and vegan Pumpkin Chocolate Chunk Cookies, they are nut free and easy to make!Gluten-Free, Vegan, Whole Grain; Free of: dairy, eggs, nuts, soy
Our Gluten Free Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies are perfect for fall weekends, after school snacks, or school parties. They are top 8 allergen free and easy to make!Top 8 allergen free; Free of: gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, nuts, peanuts
I started making what I called “Savoury Cake” as finger food for my daughters’ parties. It’s easy to eat, flavoursome, and makes an alternative to sandwiches. It’s also a perfect toddler food recipe (I’ve never met a toddler who isn’t tempted by something that looks like cake)! This recipe shouldn’t be relegated to the ‘kids party food’ category though. When we had leftovers of this savoury bake from the kids’ parties we’d snack on it later, and realised just how versatile (and tasty!) it is. We started eating this for breakfast, as a side dish at lunch, and even as a late-night supper or snack. The ingredients make it similar to the filling of the British classic the quiche, but this is lighter on liquid and with flour added through. This gives it a lovely moist crumb and a slight crust. I love this as a packed lunch option (for myself or for the kids), and as a savoury afternoon treat when I’m feeling peckish. Feel free to mix it up with other vegetable varieties, or by adding ham or bacon.