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Gluten Free Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies

These gluten-free coconut chocolate chip cookies can be whipped up in a few minutes. Great for a quick protein, high-fiber snack and they are quite filling!


½ cup extra virgin olive oil (or butter)

½ cup coconut palm sugar

1 cup coconut flour

4 eggs (or 1 egg and 4 egg whites)

½ cup chocolate chips (I use Ghirardelli brand of chocolate chips)

¼ cups walnuts

½ cup unsweetened shredded coconut

½ tbsp vanilla extract

Dash of salt


coconut chocolate cookies


1.            Preheat oven to 375.

2.            In stand mixer, mix together butter, sugar, vanilla, eggs and salt on low speed.

3.            Stir in flour, then chocolate chips, walnuts and coconut. Mix until well combined.

4.            Line a cookie tray with parchment paper.

5.            Using a spoon, form dough into balls. These cookies don’t spread so flatten slightly.

6.            Bake for about 10 minutes until lightly golden.



Chocolate Chip Cookies with Walnuts

Nothing beats a simple, chocolate chip cookie. This is a simple chocolate chip cookie recipe that you can easily add to – this time, I added some chopped walnut pieces for some extra crunch and protein!


½ cup unsalted butter, softened
¾ cup light brown sugar, packed
¼ cup granulated sugar
1 large egg
½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 1/4 cups flour
2 teaspoons cornstarch
1 tsp baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup chopped walnut pieces

chocolate chip cookies with walnuts


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Cream butter and sugars in a stand mixer until light and fluffy, about two minutes. Add egg, then vanilla. Add flour, cornstarch, baking soda, salt then chocolate chips and walnuts, mixing until combined.

Roll into balls or scoop dough onto prepared cookie sheet and press dough down to flatten slightly. Bake for 10 minutes (for softer cookies) or 12 minutes for firmer cookies.

I like softer, chewier cookies so 10 minutes is the perfect amount of time for baking. If you’re not a fan of walnuts, leave them out – or add 1 cup of chopped pecans or roasted hazelnuts instead.

Don’t forget the milk!

chocolate chip cookies with walnuts

Pumpkin Almond Chip Cookies

Created by Almond Board of California

These airy cookies are the perfect match to a cup of hot chocolate or coffee. Their texture is tender and muffin-like.

For a crispier exterior, use all brown sugar and bake a few minutes longer. For a super-fluffy crumb, use pumpkin puree without reducing.


2 ½ cups (625 mL) flour
1 tsp (5 mL) baking soda
½ tsp (2 mL) salt
1 tsp (5 mL) nutmeg
1 tsp  (5 mL) cinnamon or 2 tsp (10 mL) pumpkin pie spice
½ cup (125 mL) butter
½ cup (125 mL) almond butter
1 cup (250 mL) sugar
½ cup (125 mL) brown sugar
1 egg
1 cup (250 mL) reduced pumpkin puree or pumpkin butter*
1 tsp (5 mL) vanilla
½ cup (125 mL) diced almonds, toasted
1 cup (250 mL) chocolate chips



In a medium bowl, mix together flour, baking soda, salt and spices and set aside.

In the large bowl of an electric mixer, cream together butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add egg, pumpkin and vanilla and mix until just combined. On medium-low speed, add flour mixture until fully incorporated. Remove bowl from mixer and stir in almonds and chocolate chips.

Drop by teaspoonfuls onto a greased or lined cookie sheet and flatten slightly with the back of a spatula. Bake at 350˚F (180°C) degrees for 15 minutes or until lightly browned. Transfer cookies to a wire rack to cool completely. Makes six dozen cookies.

*Reduce pumpkin puree in a pan over medium heat, stirring frequently, for at least an hour, until colour becomes a deep brown. Packaged pumpkin butter may contain additional sweeteners and flavours, so adjust recipe to taste.


Nutritional Analysis: 2 cookies per serving

Calories: 151 Fibre: 1 g
Fat: 8 g Cholesterol: 13 mg
Sat Fat: 3 g Sodium: 95 mg
Mono Fat: 3.5  g Calcium: 26 mg
Poly Fat: 1 g Magnesium: 26 mg
Protein: 2.5 g Potassium: 91 mg
Carb: 20 g Vitamin E: 2 mg*

* total alpha-tocopherol equivalents

Deep Dish Chocolate Toffee Oatmeal Cookies (and a Sundae!)

by Amanda Goetz

The holidays may be over, but I am still craving comfort food. Maybe it’s from the trauma of having the kids home from school for two weeks, or the fear of the impending Visa card bill.

In any case, I can’t stop thinking about soft, chewy, warm from the oven cookies. Especially oatmeal cookies. I decided to throw in some toffee bits and chocolate chips that I had left over from my holiday baking and the result was ah-maze-ing!

These cookies can be made like regular cookies, dropped by the spoonful onto a cookie sheet, or if you’d like something extra special, try making them “deep dish” and cook them in a muffin tin! Top with a little ice cream and hot caramel sauce and you’ve got a real treat for the family.

Deep Dish Chocolate Toffee Oatmeal Cookies, chocolate oatmeal cookies

Deep Dish Chocolate Toffee Oatmeal Cookies

1 cup butter, softened

1 cup packed light brown sugar

1/2 cup white sugar

2 eggs

2 tsp vanilla extract

1 tsp cinnamon

1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour

1/2 tsp baking soda

1 tsp salt

3 cups quick-cooking oats

3/4 cup toffee bits

1/2 cup semisweet mini chocolate chips



Preheat oven to 325˚F.

In a large bowl cream together the butter, brown sugar and white sugar until combined.

Stir in the vanilla, cinnamon and add the eggs one at a time mixing in between to combine.

Mix together the flour, baking soda and salt and stir into the creamed mixture until well blended.

Add the oats, toffee bits and chocolate chips and incorporate.

Add about 1/4 cup of cookie dough to each cup in a well greased muffin tin.

Bake for about 15 minutes or until cookies are light brown and set.

Allow to cool for a couple of minutes and then remove from the tin and cool on a wire rack.


Cookie Sundaes

Place a warm cookie in the bottom of a bowl or on a plate.

Mix 2 tbsp Maple Syrup into 1/4 cup store-bought Caramel Sauce and microwave for 30 seconds to heat.

Top the cookie with a scoop of your favourite ice cream (vanilla and maple walnut are my faves) and pour the hot maple caramel sauce over top.


Amanda Goetz is a WAHM to 3 kids under the age of 5. Her love of cooking was fostered when she was a preschooler helping her grandma in the kitchen. After a year long stint as a sous chef, she left the industry to continue cooking as a hobby before the stress and politics of a professional kitchen killed her love of cooking. Now she creates delicious dinners and delectable desserts for her family and friends and blogs about it at The Best Mom on the Block.

50 Fun Activities to do with Kids at Home

Kids are home for an extended March Break. Parents are wondering how to keep their children busy and entertained, without screens the entire time? Here are 50 fun activities to do with kids at home to keep them from whining, “I’m bored!” These activity ideas will help families make the most of their time together.

50 Fun Activities to do with Kids at Home

  1. Make slime, oobleck, or play dough.
  2. Let the kids paint a picture on a poster board or canvas.
  3. Paint a large picture together on the floor. If you don’t have roll paper, tape construction paper together to make a landscape painting.
  4. Do a large 1,000 piece puzzle.
  5. Do crossword, Sudoku and word search puzzles.
  6. Find some notebooks and have the kids start a journal.
  7. Create a scrapbook for each child; have them decorate the cover and add the content.
  8. Create a photo book online together, choosing the best family photos.
  9. Go through old magazines, cut and paste pictures to create a collage of your favourite things or a vision board.
  10. Look through old photo albums, baby photos and watch old baby videos.
  11. Do a craft together; have a bin full of craft items handy for times like these.
  12. Have the kids go through their toys and find items to donate and sell.
  13. Clean out your closets and put items to donate and sell aside in separate boxes.
  14. Post your items to be sold online on Kijiji or Marketplace, have the kids take photos of the items.
  15. Play board games, charades, hide and seek, I-Spy.
  16. Learn new card games.
  17. Build something out of Lego.
  18. Create an obstacle course outside, or races in the backyard like hopping on one foot, crabwalk, potato sack races, tug of war, etc.
  19. Create a stop motion animation video using clay or playdough.
  20. Build a fort or tent out of blankets. Turn off all the lights and tell scary stories.
  21. Snuggle up and read books together.
  22. Bake a batch of chocolate chip cookies or Rice Krispies bars
  23. Put on a yoga YouTube video and do yoga together.
  24. Guide your kids through a meditation.
  25. Play video games together.
  26. Let your kids paint your nails, do your makeup and hair; take turns.
  27. Dress up in your best or silliest outfits and take pictures.
  28. Dim the lights and put on some fun music and have a dance party.
  29. Have the kids put on a talent show; they can sing, dance or perform a skit.
  30. Film some silly Tik Tok videos and have fun with Snapchat filters.
  31. Have a Karaoke party
  32. Create a movie script with the kids and film it, then edit.
  33. Have the kids draw pictures or write letters to a family member or friend and mail them out.
  34. Draw portraits of each other.
  35. Create email addresses for your kids and send them an email; let them read their first email from you.
  36. Set up an indoor scavenger hunt.
  37. Put on your pyjamas, make popcorn and watch a movie.
  38. Re-organize or re-decorate your kids’ bedroom
  39. Choose a topic kids are interested in and research it together.
  40. Get outdoors for some yard work.
  41. Get some old socks and have the kids create sock puppets.
  42. Find a large cardboard box and create a puppet theatre. Let the kids put on a puppet show using stuffed animals; make sure to record it.
  43. Go for a hike, collect rocks and then let the kids paint them.
  44. Play road hockey, basketball or baseball outside.
  45. Have a mini-stick hockey tournament.
  46. Play hopscotch indoors by using masking tape on the floor.
  47. Use food colouring or food scraps to dye eggs, then decorate them.
  48. Have the kids learn magic tricks through YouTube videos.
  49. Take a nap.
  50. Go outdoors for a walk.


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How to Make Christmas Magical for Your Kids

The Christmas season is the most wonderful time of the year… for many Despite some of the stress involved with all the preparations and family gatherings (and family politics), the holidays are exciting for kids. They have no clue what’s involved in making Christmas special but that’s why we run around like mad the weeks leading up to the big day – to make it magical for them. Every family does what it needs to do to make this time a memorable one. Kids bring joy and a new perspective to the whole Christmas season which is why we try so hard (including getting sucked into the whole Elf on the Shelf shenanigans – or not) to make Christmas as wonderful and magical for them as we can.

Here are some ways you can make Christmas magical for your kids this year.

How to Make Christmas Magical for Your Kids

Build a snowman.

If you experience a good amount of snow where you live, start the holiday season by heading outdoors and building a snowman together with your kids. Dress them warmly, carry some decorations and help them create a cute snowman. The experience itself will be something you are going to relive the next year and you will have made a magical Christmas for the kids.

Go see Christmas lights.

There are some neighbourhoods that go all out with Christmas lights. Remember the Griswolds?!?! Take the kids for a drive in the areas where you know you’ll have a magical light show. Every house you come across will be twinkling and sparkling with beautiful lights and decorations that turn the whole neighbourhood into a beautiful art of bickering lights.

Visit a Christmas Market.

Carry on with the outdoor activities by taking the family to an outdoor Christmas market.  Quaint shops, twinkling lights, hot chocolate and festive crowds will spark Yuletide joy all around! Here are some of the 50 best Christmas markets in the world. CNN also named their favourite 17 Christmas Markets and included the Toronto Christmas Market as one of the best in world. Canada’s Wonderland magically transforms into a Winter Wonderland full of enchantment and holiday cheer during WinterFest!

Engage the kids in Christmas decorations.

Kids love to decorate and this is the perfect time to let them take control of the Christmas decorations (to a point – little ones should likely stay away from glass ornaments!) Start a tradition of driving to a tree farm and choose your own fresh tree! Make it an afternoon with hot chocolate and Christmas carols. Go to the store together and shop for a new ornament to put up on the tree – make it an annual tradition.  Or if you’re crafty, allow the kids to create their own fun Christmas ornaments.

Write a letter to Santa or go see him.

Prompt your kids’ creativity flow by having them write letters to Santa. Let them tell Santa what they have been up to the whole year and tell him what they would like to have for Christmas. You can keep these letters and present to them as a gift much later when they are all grown up. In addition, take them to visit your local Santa. Some families like to visit early in December and use their cute snaps as their family’s Christmas cards.

Bake cookies together.

Spread the Christmas cheer by letting the kids join you in baking some cookies. Sugar or Gingerbread cookies are a fabulous choice because they can use their creativity to decorate them all by themselves. Then, put together some care packages and let your kids deliver the cookies to their neighbours and friends/family. What a great opportunity to begin teaching them the joy spreading Christmas cheer to other people.

Wear matching pyjamas.

On Christmas Eve, dress the whole family in matching pyjamas and let the excitement settle in! Throw on a favourite Christmas movie  – or a not-so-Christmas movie and snuggle with some hot chocolate. Make sure to snap some fun photos and videos as the kids await Santa Claus’s visit down the chimney.

Create homemade cards.

Instead of buying Christmas cards, you can let your kids showcase their creative side by creating DIY cards. These cards have a personal feel that will bring beautiful emotions to those who receive them. There are also some local charities that accept handmade Christmas cards to send to senior homes and those in the military – check your local legion or town hall for info.

Have a family photoshoot.

A family photoshoot every Christmas would be a lovely way to track your kids’ growth over the years and create a wonderful memento! Make the occasion even more enjoyable by dressing in ugly Christmas sweaters or standing in awkward poses.

Donate toys.

Teach your kids the kindness of giving by bringing a smile to another child’s face this holiday season. Shop together for a new toy, and deliver it together to a local toy drive. Make this an annual tradition so they can grow to love giving back.

How to Make Christmas Magical for Your Kids

Go Skating outdoors.

Bundle the family up in snow pants, hats and mittens and visit a local pond or outdoor rink for a family skate! Skating outdoors at night under twinkling lights and Christmas music playing in the background will make the season more magical for kids. Top off the evening with hot chocolate with extra marshmallows!

See a Christmas musical or play.

The theatre is always a good idea any time of the year but during the month of December is much more magical! Book tickets to see a holiday-themed play at your local theatre, or a large musical production in the city. This month I took my mother and niece to see Bend it Like Beckham – The Musical in Toronto; not a seasonal show but the magic of live theatre still put us in the holiday spirit! The musical was fun and entertaining with feel-good dance numbers, moving songs and heart-warming family moments.

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The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019

The holiday season is here! Shopping gifts for kids is always the most enjoyable part of the holidays. Seeing the excitement on their faces when they unwrap their gifts from mom, dad and Santa is all worth the stress of wrestling the crowds and line-ups.

That’s where my hottest holiday gifts for kids 2019 list comes in handy! I have compiled the most sought-after, top gift choices for kids right here for you – PLUS a giveaway!

Here are the hottest gifts for kids this year:

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019

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Samsung Galaxy A20

Perfect first phone for your tween or teenager, the Galaxy A20 is designed for the way that our youth are connecting today – sharing, capturing and consuming live content and at an accessible price-point.

With a slender body that fits comfortably in your hand, your kids can stream live, watch videos and post on Snapchat easily. The Galaxy A20 features a 6.4″ Super AMOLED Infinity V-Display with Super AMOLED Infinity-V Display offers an enhanced viewing experience. Dual cameras let them get creative and capture fun moments. The long-lasting, fast-charging battery means they can enjoy their phone longer before charges.

$299 at Samsung.

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - Samsung Galaxy A20


Beyblade Burst Turbo Slingshock Cross Collision Battle Set

3-2-1 let it rip! Ride the rails with Beyblade Burst Slingshock tech! The Cross Collision Beystadium features a quadruple rail system that propels tops through the rails and into the Battle Ring for intense head-to-head clashes. Bladers can keep the Performance Tips in Battle Ring Mode to defend their position in the Beystadium, or convert them to Slingshock Mode to ride the rails and rush into battle.

Ages 8 years & up. $79.99 at Mastermind Toys. 

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019


Nerf Ultra One Motorized Blaster

Nerf Ultra blasters have advanced design and performance to deliver extreme distance, accuracy, and speed. They include ground-breaking Nerf Ultra darts — the farthest flying Nerf darts EVER, featuring an innovative flight tip, Aerofin technology, and Nerf Ultra foam. Take your game to the next level with Nerf Ultra blasters and darts! Nerf Ultra blasters work only with Nerf Ultra darts.

Ages 8 and Up. $69.99 at Canadian Tire.

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - Nerf Ultra One



Sesame Street Love to Hug Elmo

Now kids can celebrate hugs and friendship with their favourite cuddly pal from Sesame Street. Elmo loves to give hugs, and he loves when YOU hug him, too!  Squeeze Elmo’s tummy and he raises his arms and asks for a hug. Give Elmo a hug and he’ll respond with a phrase, song, or kiss. With fun phrases, songs, and plenty of hugs and giggles, it’s a great toy or gift for kids ages 18 months and up.

$39.99 at Amazon.

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - Love to Hug Elmo


Play-Doh Stamp ‘n Top Pizza Oven Playset

Kids can host their own pizza night with the Play-Doh Stamp ‘n Top Pizza Oven playset. Stamp a pizza crust in the oven, and then customize each pizza as they like. The cheese crank shreds Play-Doh compound into grated cheese, and the oven playset has plenty of molds all around it to make pretend pepperonis, silly veggies and other fun toppings. Kids who enjoy getting creative with squishy materials will love this set.

Ages 3 years & up. $27.99 at Walmart.

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - PlayDoh Pizza

Baby Alive Happy Hungry Baby

Baby loves to eat! Kids can choose baby’s food and mix it with water to make doll food that looks like the real thing! After you’ve mixed up her food, put on baby’s bib and sit her at her feeding tray. When you give the baby her spoon, she opens wide and really eats her doll food! She also giggles, moves, and ask for more! When she’s “all done!” give her a drink of water from her sippy cup. Uh-oh! Time to change the baby’s diaper! With adorable doll movements and over 50 sounds and phrases, this sweet baby doll makes feeding and changing time so real for little mommies and daddies! Available in blonde, brunette and black hair.

Ages 3 years & up. $69.99 at Toys R Us

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - Baby Alive Happy Hungry

Disney Frozen Ultimate Arendelle Castle Playset

Inspired by Disney’s Frozen 2, the Ultimate Arendelle Castle is a feature-filled fashion doll playset for young fans of the movies! Open the gorgeous gates and explore the castle’s 4 floors consisting of 7 rooms: kitchen, music room, and throne room on the first floor, a vanity room and bedrooms for Anna and Elsa dolls (not included), a library on the third floor, and a lookout tower on top. The Frozen castle is 5 feet tall and 4 feet wide and includes 14 accessories to fill it up, like a piano, throne, banquet table, vanity, sofa, and more to play out fun scenes in each room.

$269 at ToysRUs.

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - Frozen Castle

Disney Frozen Fashion Dolls Anna and Elsa

Kids can recreate scenes from Disney’s Frozen 2 with these classic dolls, complete with removable outfits inspired by the movie. Move them into different poses to play out scenes from the film or imagine their own with each doll’s 5 points of articulation. Collect Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf!

Ages 3 and up.  $19.99 at Hudson’s Bay


The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - Frozen 2 Doll




Ms. Monopoly Board Game

Ms. Monopoly is Mr. Monopoly’s niece, a self-made investment guru! Instead of buying properties, players invest in groundbreaking inventions and innovations made possible by women throughout history. From inventions like WiFi to chocolate chip cookies to space station batteries and coffee filters, MS. MONOPOLY celebrates everything from scientific advancements to everyday accessories.

Players can build business headquarters to collect even more rent. Zoom ahead with ride-shares, and purchase utilities — such as solar heating — invented by women. In the MS. MONOPOLY game, women get a higher payout at the start of the game and more money when passing ‘Go’, but who you are is up to you!

Ages 8 years & up. $24.99 at Chapters Indigo.

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - Ms. Monopoly

The Good Egg & The Word Collector

The Good Egg’s Jory John and Pete Oswald hatch a funny and charming story reminds us of the importance of balance, self-care, and accepting those we love (even if they are sometimes a bit rotten). $21.99 Indigo.

In Peter H. Reynolds’ The Word Collector, Jerome discovers the magic of the words all around him – short and sweet words, two-syllable treats, and multisyllable words that sound like little songs. Words that connect, transform, and empower.  $21.99 Indigo


furReal Cubby, the Curious Bear, Interactive Plush Toy

furReal Cubby is a fun, adorable companion for kids and one who’ll excitedly take part in all their adventures! Cubby is curious and eager to be picked up and held – and he hugs you back! Play peek-a-boo, dance together and then at the end of the day, get ready for some snuggles

Ages 4 years & up  $129.99. Now $99.97 at Walmart

The Hottest Holiday Gifts for Kids 2019 - furReal Cubby


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Halloween Oreo Pops – Jack O’Lantern and Jack Skellington  

Halloween is one of my favourite holidays. I love decorating the house, figuring out costumes, and seeing all the kids out trick-or-treating. I also enjoy making fun Halloween cookies and cupcakes for the kids. As a Rogers ambassador, Ignite TV has an adorable app for Halloween that includes an Arts & Crafts section featuring some fun and easy recipes. Inspired by the recipe which originally appeared on Delish, I created my own Halloween Oreo Pops.

I had to adjust the recipe slightly as white chocolate doesn’t melt very well. Instead, I opted for melting wafers you can find at a bulk foods store as they are easier to work with (I went to Bulk Barn). Here is my recipe:

Halloween Oreo Pops – Jack O’Lantern and Jack Skellington


1 cup white chocolate melting wafers

1 cup orange chocolate melting wafers

1/4 cup dark chocolate melting wafers

16 Oreo cookies

4-5 spearmint gummy leaves

16 lollipop sticks or paper straws


Halloween Oreo Pops Jack Skellington Jack O'Lantern Cookies

Halloween Oreo Pops Jack Skellington Jack O'Lantern RECIPE ~ amotherworld.com


Fill a pot about 1/4 full with water and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to a simmer and fit a stainless steel mixing bowl into the pot. The bottom of the bowl should not reach the water with a few inches in between.

Add the white chocolate wafers and stir until melted.

Take the Oreo cookies and pierce a lollipop stick or paper straw (press flat) into the Oreo cookie filling. Using a spoon, pour melted chocolate over an Oreo pop until covered. Allow excess chocolate to drip off. Place onto a wax-paper lined baking sheet. Continue to dip 7 more cookies.

Cut spearmint gummy leaves into thin slices. Melt the orange chocolate wafers. Before cooling, place a spearmint gummy leave as the pumpkin stump.

Place dipped cookies in the refrigerator to cool for about 10 minutes or until set.

Melt dark chocolate in a bowl. Using a toothpick, design faces on Oreo pops. Place back into the fridge to set.

Use the same idea and use green melting chocolate to make Frankensteins and witches!


Halloween Jack Skellington Jack O'Lantern Cookies | AMOTHERWORLD


Gluten Free Pumpkin Loaf

It’s that time of the year again… everything pumpkin spice! I love September; school is back in session, and we are enjoying the abundant harvest. Pumpkins will be appearing everywhere… so it’s time to make pumpkin loaf!

Pumpkin spice, pumpkin pie, pumpkin loaf, pumpkin cookies… it’s all about that pumpkin. This is a healthier, gluten free version of pumpkin loaf. It uses olive oil and coconut palm sugar instead of butter and regular white sugar.

Gluten Free Pumpkin Loaf


1  1/2 cups gluten-free flour  – I use equal portions of almond meal, tapioca, brown rice and sorghum flours – Bobs Red Mill Gluten Free All-Purpose Baking Flour is a good option. Substitute for regular flour if gluten tolerant.

2 eggs

3/4 cups coconut palm sugar such as Big Tree Farms Organic Coconut Palm Sugar

1 tbsp vanilla

½ cup extra virgin olive oil or grapeseed oil

1 ½ cups fresh pumpkin puree

1/2 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp baking soda

2 teaspoons Pumpkin Spice

1 tsp salt

1/2 cup chopped walnuts

1/2 cup chocolate chips, or dairy-free chocolate chips such as Enjoy Life Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mini-Chips, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Nut-Free + Soy-Free, Vegan + Paleo

Gluten Free Pumpkin Loaf Recipe | amotherworld


Blend together the eggs, sugar, salt, vanilla and olive oil in a stand mixer. In a separate bowl, mix the flours, cinnamon, nutmeg. Stir in pumpkin puree and blend. Add walnuts, chocolate chips (optional).

Pour into parchment lined loaf pan.  Bake at 350 for about 50 minutes to an hour.


Gluten Free Pumpkin Loaf (Dairy Free Too) amotherworld.com

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20 Easy and Delicious Easter Treats Kids Will Love

Looking to make some Easter treats for your kids this year? Here are 20 easy and delicious Easter treats kids will love!

20 Easy and Delicious Easter Treats Kids Will Love

1.  Easter Treats {Kids Can Make}: Bunny Tails from kidsactivitiesblog.com

2. Bunny Butt Pudding Cups Easter Treats from ahelicoptermom.com

3.  Easter Rice Krispie Treats from hungryhappenings.com

4.  Reese’s Easter Bunnies from momontimeout.com20 Easy and Delicious Easter Treats Kids Will Love Reeses Easter Bunnies

5.  Carrot Grahams Easter Treat For Kids from aboutamom.com

6.  Easter Bunny Treat Bags from simplydesigning.porch.com

7.  Easy Rice Krispies Easter Nests from yummyhealthyeasy.com

8.  Salted Caramel Easter Popcorn from twopeasandtheirpod.com

9.  Kids Party Food: Easy Easter Cookies from spaceshipsandlaserbeams.com

10.  Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bark from abajillianrecipes.com

20 Easy and Delicious Easter Treats Kids Will Love Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bark

11.  Easter Saltine Toffee from twopeasandtheirpod.com

12.  Cocoa Krispies Easter Bunny Treats from hungryhappenings.com

13.  Sheep Easter Cupcakes from cincyshopper.com

14.  Easy Easter Cupcakes from sugarandsoul.co

15. Easter Party Plan And Recipes from courtneyssweets.com

16. Easter Treats: Mini Egg Donuts from itsasparklylife.com

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17.  Speckled Egg Cupcakes from sweetestmenu.com

18.  Chocolate Birds’ Nests from bakingthegoods.com

19.  Coconut Macaroon Nutella Nest Cookies from chewoutloud.com

20.  Easter Marshmallow Krispy Treats from inspirationkitchen.com

20 Easy and Delicious Easter Treats Kids Will Love

20 Easy and Delicious Easter Treats Kids Will Love