Pie! Everybody loves pie, right? Pudding pies are some of my favorite to make (like this one). They can be whipped up quickly with a box of pudding mix, or you can take your time and make pudding from scratch. The crust here is what really stands out, though. The crust is essentially just the same coconut macaroon recipe used to make cookies. I love coming up with fun and delicious gluten-free pie crusts. This one is no exception!
It’s almost Christmas and I have been taking advantage of this excuse to bake (and eat…) cookies any chance I can get! These cookies aren’t your traditional Christmas cookie in any way, but they just might have to become an annual tradition in my home. They start with a butterscotch pudding dough and are loaded with milk chocolate toffee bits and peanut butter chips.
Coconut macaroons are one of the easiest cookies I’ve ever made (and they just happen to be gluten-free). These are the perfect cookies to make if you have a random bag of flaked coconut sitting in your fridge like I pretty much always do. The buttery caramel flavor from the toffee bits complements the toasty coconut really well. My husband ate all of these in two days. Read more