Oreo balls are one of my favorite desserts. They are easy to make and addicting to eat. In college, my roommates and I would make them every time finals week rolled around. It was tradition.
I am beyond blessed to work in an environment where my coworkers are not only accepting of my gluten-free lifestyle, but also accommodating. A couple of weeks ago my coworker brought in a gluten-free pumpkin crunch dessert that was incredible. Before she made the dessert, she even double-checked with me that all the ingredients would be safe.
Last weekend, I went to my first (and last) farmers market of the summer season with a few of my friends. Sad, I know, considering it is already fall. I really enjoyed it, and there were lots of great fresh food options for us gluten-free folks. I even got to daydreaming about opening my own booth and selling gluten-free treats next summer. Wouldn’t that be fun?
Okay. I admit it. I have a sweet tooth. I love all things chocolate. Who doesn’t? Naturally, I stumbled upon this recipe from Pillsbury for Gluten-Free Chocolate Cookie Dough Cupcakes, and you know I was excited to try it.
Planning and making dinner can be hard, especially because my husband and I are so busy. Normally, when we come home from work we don’t want to fuss over making an extravagant meal.
I’ve been meaning to share this recipe for a long time, but I’ve been waiting until I had the chance to actually make the cookies, so that I could take pictures of the process. Since we had a pretty calm weekend last week, I hit the kitchen.