Here is the recipe for our signature wheat-free matzah that we bake every year for Passover, though, of course, it can be eaten as tasty crackers all year round.
Here is the recipe for our latest best creation, a wheat-free cake layered with cocoa mousse and topped with chocolate ganache and strawberries.
I often get questions from concerned moms about how to keep kids from wanting sugary snacks and junk food. It may seem that the easiest compromise is to allow them to eat sugary snacks and junk food only occasionally. But the problem is, once they have it, they want more.
We have meals twice a day, in the late morning and in the early evening. So our breakfast has to be filling enough to make the kids happy until dinner (well, they also eat snacks during the day). Here’s a recipe for Cheese Frittata with veggies that we make every day for breakfast. The kids love it, because it looks and tastes almost like pizza, only much healthier and without the crust.
Here is the recipe of grain-free, yeast-free, dairy-free sandwich bread that we make. It’s moist on the inside with a slight crust on the outside, has an amazing texture and taste when toasted, and can also be used straight from the fridge.
Do you want your kids to eat their veggies? Try this recipe for gluten-free fried cauliflower. It’s healthy, filling and easy to make.
Quinoa is healthy, nutritious, gluten-free, and high in protein, antioxidants, and vitamins. This recipe is great if you are looking for a healthier (and tastier) alternative to rice.
Rice is fattening, contains arsenic, and makes sushi preparation more time consuming. So we are making no-rice sushi rolls!
We have tried many different wheat-free pizza recipes. This one is the best and most consistent so far. It’s so easy to follow that even our young kids can make the pizza mostly by themselves! All the ingredients are nut-free and grain-free, and tapioca makes the pizza particularly delicious and chewy. The recipe makes for a large pizza that serves about 6 people.
Kon baked super delicious, wheat-free doughnuts for Hanukkah! They are made with almond flour, so they are completely gluten-free and wheat-free. And, like everything Kon makes, they are the best I’ve ever tasted. Here are the recipes we used.