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2019-11-25

Do you love pumpkin pie but yearn for something new and equally delicious? Then you need to try this Cinnamon Roll Butternut Squash Pie. It has all the seasonal flavors of pumpkin pie complete with a unique cinnamon roll-inspired crust. Cinnamon Roll Butternut Squash Pie Last week I made a big batch of butternut squash puree. I'm a huge fan of butternut squash, so I wanted to test out a few new recipes using the puree. A few days ago, I shared my Butternut Squash Scones; today I'm back with this Cinnamon Roll Butternut Squash Pie. Is that not gorgeous? It's also so-o-o tasty! It took everything in me not to scarf down the entire pie in one day. I...

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Decadent and chocolatey, with hints of honey and toasted sesame, our Tahini and Chocolate Flourless Cake with Honey Whipped Cream is a simple and elegant gluten-free cake to celebrate any occasion or just-because moments.

By now you probably know the tale of Philip, his five siblings and them growing up in a house filled with dietary allergies. Whether fish, shellfish, dairy, nuts and gluten, their parents Peter and Patricia always tried their hardest to serve all six children the same dish no matter the allergy. A regular in most households, peanut butter and jam was one of the more deathly cases – gluten and peanuts were high on the list – and a more popular solve was always tahini and jam on rice bread. Inspired by the clever substitutions of Philip’s childhood, our Tahini and Chocolate Flourless Cake with Honey Whipped Cream pays homage to nut and gluten-free desserts, and while isn’t replacing peanut...

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This is my fourth and final recipe for the Diwali box collaboration with my friend Hetal of Milk and Cardamom! Hetal and I came up with this idea for a Diwali box

In the US, with time and pressure always for families, it is hard to celebrate and make Diwali boxes. The Diwali box has plenty of sweet and savory ideas that you can make for your near and dear ones for Diwali! These recipes are make ahead recipes that can be then put together into Diwali boxes. Diwali is a time for celebration, sharing, family time, love and laughter. Diwali brings color and light to the home and to our hearts. Both of us will be making 3 sweets and 1 savory dish to share with you – one each day, and we will share the final Diwali box next week! We are so excited to share all these goodies with...

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This delicious apple crisp recipe is gluten free, but you can also make it with regular flour if you like! It's a great dessert and is perfect for parties and family gatherings

This post contains affiliate links. That means that if you make a purchase after clicking on a link, I may earn a small commission at no extra cost to you.  This delicious dessert is both gluten and refined sugar free. If you're not eating gluten free, just replace the 1/3 cup of almond flour with regular all-purpose flour. This classic recipe is adapted with the addition of fresh thyme, which adds a savory note. It's a unique way to spice up your gluten free apple crisp and make it extra tasty. Which apples should I use for apple crisp? Choose firm apples, such as Granny Smith or Pink Lady (the kind I used), for this recipe. These varieties will hold...

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Yes, an Instant Pot Is Worth Getting

Welcome to Cookware Week! We’re sharing our favorite cookware sets, accessories, and kitchen appliances, plus intel on how to care for all of it, the best recipes to make with every piece, and exclusive sales for Chowhound readers. You’re probably familiar with all the things the Instant Pot promises by now. Pot roast in about 45 minutes. Perfect hard-boiled eggs. Tender ribs and pulled pork in a flash. Cheesecake with no cracks in it. Steel-cut oatmeal. With an Instant Pot, these dishes are all possible with less time, mess, skill, and fuss. No wonder people still won’t shut up about it. It truly is the kitchen appliance of our times (though the air fryer is another contender). If you still...

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