20 minutes, 6 ingredients and no baking skills required… to make these gluten free peanut butter cookies. These are 100% some of my all-time favourite cookies, and I’m sure you’ll love them too! Make them extra special (and extra pretty) by dipping them into some dark chocolate.
I’m obsessed with these cookies. I love absolutely everything about them. The flavour. The texture. How they look. That fun criss-crossed pattern you make with a fork. I love making them, the smell coming from the oven when they bake… and best of all, I love eating them.
We all have that one dessert we want to make over and over again, right? And I expected mine to be brownies (because chocolate is my BFF and there is no life without it)… but – no. It’s these gluten free peanut butter cookies, with their crispy caramelised edges and their fudgy nutty centre.
This delicious chocolate peanut butter cake with salted caramel sauce combines everyone’s favourite flavours into one amazingly tasty and scrumptious looking drip cake. Layers of airy but moist peanut butter sponge are sandwiched between decadent silky chocolate buttercream, and the salted caramel sauce adds the finishing touch.
This will be a quick one. You see, it was my birthday yesterday. Which necessarily and logically means that I’ve spent the whole Sunday afternoon baking my own birthday cake. ‘Cause that’s just what foodies and food bloggers do.
If it looks like dessert, smells like dessert, and tastes like dessert, then it probably is… breakfast! This chocolate peanut butter oatmeal is finger-lickingly delicious, and makes waking up very much worth it.
I don’t know about you, but getting up at 7am (or earlier) every morning during the week is definitely not on my list of favourite things to do (licking spoonfuls of peanut butter mixed with honey, though… is definitely up there). And there is realistically only one thing that can get me up from the lovely lovely warm and cozy bed – and I am not talking about the daily obligations, or new discoveries to be made, or anything quite as grandiose. Nope, I am talking about the greatest thing of all – food.