Posts From Heidi Pyper

By Meal Type

Gluten Free Greek Yogurt Brûlée

As you may or may not know, I’m against ugly baking. Shall we just extend the ban on ugliness to all desserts (“barf” cookies notwithstanding)? This dessert is a real

Snacks & Desserts

Gluten Free Banana Chocolate Chip Cupcakes & Never Fail Chocolate Icing

Last week I wrote about the ugliness of gluten free baking. I was only half kidding. Things can get pretty ugly, just take a look at my photo below. But

Snacks & Desserts

Gluten Free Chocolate Flourless Cake

I have never been a beautiful baker, but I’ve always baked, and I considered my lopsided cakes charming, even if no one else did. But there’s ugly baking, and then

By Ingredient

Gluten Free Banana Almond Date Smoothie

I am pretty sure if Gwyneth lived closer to me we would be best friends. We have a lot in common. In fact, we’re basically the same person. She has

Snacks & Desserts

Gluten Free Granola

This week wasn’t a good week for me in the kitchen. Every time I walked in there, something went awry. I had great intentions and several ideas for today’s post,

Interviews

Gluten Free Garage Part Deux with RonniLyn Pustil

If you are gluten free (or gluten curious) and you live in the Greater Toronto Area, you best be marking Sunday April 28th, 2013 in your calendar because The Gluten

By Season

Gluten Free Oat Balls

You know you have a good friend when she reads about you going gluten free on line and when you meet her for lunch, she shows up with gorgeously made

By Season

Beef Curry

“Don’t freak out” is how my daughter greets me when I pick her up from school when she’s done poorly on a spelling test or lost a mitten or, last

Vegetables

Just Because It’s Gluten Free It Doesn’t Mean It’s Good For You.

As I make my way living wheat and gluten free, I’m doing a lot of reading for ideas and support. One of my first stops was amazon.ca, where I searched

Dinner

Giving Up Gluten, Part 2: Like molten bicycle spokes

When one person in the family goes gluten free, everyone to one degree or another is going to have to get on board, right? My kids eat a lot of