Monday, December 29, 2014

The Almond Flower's Top Ten Recipes of 2014

Oh man, I'm excited for 2015. Like, ants in my pants let's get this year started.
We have our awesome little man, I'm purging a lot of my things and simplifying, I'm painting just for fun, I got an awesome pair of chords on sale at Anthro, and I'm working on plans to start my gluten free bakery business. Bring on the chaos.

Looking back on my top ten recipes from this year, I felt happy and proud.
These are all yummy, some are comforting, some are decadent, and most are simple. I love that. My reason for starting all of this was to make grain free, natural sugars baked goods that I wasn't finding anywhere else. And amazingly I'm still making them with lots of new ideas stuffed in my back pockets. If I can bake things that other people enjoy and that make them happy, then I really am so fulfilled and happy. 

I hope you enjoy looking over these recipes and trying a few. And I hope you get excited for the new year, do the things that you need and love to feel your best, and jump into the chaos.

The Almond Flower's Top Ten Recipes of 2014

Some of my Apple Recipes for ya'

Chocolate Trail Mix Cookies

Chocolate Raspberry Crumble Bars (On a Chocolate Crust and A Vegan Option)

Nina Cake (Grain Free Yellow Cake with Classic Fudge Frosting)

Dairy Free Cinnamon Swirl Muffins (made with coconut oil and blanched almond flour)

Cardamom Bundt Cake with Lime Coconut Butter

Peaches & "Brown Sugar" Cream Pie

Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie (Gluten Free, Grain Free, Sweetened with Honey and Stevia)

Grain Free Carrot Cake with Classic Cream Cheese Frosting

Grain Free Zucchini Bread


JulieB said...

I am so glad that you reposted these recipes. I had inadvertently deleted a few cleaning up my Home Screen, and I am happy to have them back. If you ever get your bakery up and running, I will gladly shop there, since I don't live far from you, and your recipes are great. I especially love the Nina Cake.

Sara said...

Love. :)

Mollie Mahon said...

Thanks JulieB! So nice to hear you're local and I love the Nina Cake too.