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While browsing my social media feed to find out some quick and easy recipes, I stumbled upon short videos about gluten-free cakes and desserts. They looked mouthwatering and I think I'd give it a try. Indeed they are quick to bake and a great alternative to flour-based snacks! Disclaimer: I am not a health professional and my blog post is based purely on my experience. It is always appropriate to consult a doctor before starting any type of eating plan. Related post: https://www.tanboblog.org/gluten-free-christmas-cookies-sugar-cookies/ HOW I STARTED MY GLUTEN-FREE JOURNEY When my son was diagnosed with autism and asthma, I was researching the best possible diet to lessen the symptoms of his skin allergies and meltdowns. Some books that I've read introduced…


With Christmas coming round the corner, we can't help but prepare something delicious for the holidays. It's not just planning for a Christmas Eve dinner but snacks do count for the preparation. Think about crunchy little cookies to nibble on during the cold winter days. Mostly popular in Western countries is the Christmas Cookies that come in different shapes and colors. They are mostly sold in Christmas markets in Europe. If your country doesn't have a European-style Christmas market, you can make these cookies at home too. What's great about cookies is that they can be preserved inside a jar for several days. It's a perfect accompaniment for coffee and tea. It's also a great gift to a friend, family…

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