Now, you may have noticed that my samplings always include recipes that I come up with. There are a few reasons I do this- a) to see how creative I can be with a product, b) to see how versatile a product can be for our family, thus helping us in the budget area, c) to help improve my content of the blog so that reader's might begin to get new ideas themselves and d) to secretly hope that Enjoy Life will decide to send me more sample because we love samples!
I started what I do to help people in many ways but the main thing I try to teach people is how to rethink their cooking strategies. Many people who are diagnosed with food allergies over think what they have to do as far as recipes, cooking and preparing. Part of my job is to get people to take a step back, stop targeting the foods you cannot eat and to utilize what foods you CAN eat. It's the same with cooking with food allergies- you learn to use what items are available in your kitchen in different ways.
My first chewy bar was the Caramel Apple bar. My children liked it and it was a good snacky thing but I wanted to use it somehow. I used my recipe for Gluten Free Donuts and I made
Frosted Gluten Free Donuts with Caramel Apple Crumbs
You will need to use an Ebelskiver pan for this recipe. Spray lightly with baking spray and heat on low-medium heat on your stove top.
The first batch will take a little longer to cook because the pan is warming up. To check to see if it's time to flip them, use a toothpick