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If you have a gluten-intolerant loved one who loves brownies, this recipe is for them. And you. Made with a wholegrain and gluten-free flour (I know!), these are every bit as chocolatey, fudgy and more-ish as those made with wheat flour. It may have something to do with the real butter and real sugar... ;-) kelliesfoodtoglow.com

On the sidebar to the right I have a little blurb about myself. You may not have read it, or not read it in awhile, but it lets you know what to expect here on Food To Glow. Along with telling you that I am an “ex-pat American cancer health educator with a taste for global …

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Take the hassle out of hasselback with my easy way of making this cute Thanksgiving or Christmas side dish. Normally seen on white potatoes, hasselback is also the perfect way to spruce up sweet potatoes or butternut squash. By part-baking before slicing and slicking with the flavourings, you save your fingers and your sanity. Top tip!

Take the hassle out of hasselback with my easy way of making this cute Thanksgiving or Christmas side dish. Normally seen on white potatoes, hasselback is also the perfect way to spruce up sweet potatoes or butternut squash. By part-baking before slicing and slicking with the flavourings, you save your fingers and your sanity. Top tip!  …

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chocolate chestnut truffle cake

For not being overly crazy about chocolate I seem to have my fair share of chocolate based recipes here on food to glow. But I must say that this is my favourite. I think what I like – other than the knockout taste – is that it is a recipe that has basically haunted me …

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I can’t believe it is one week to Christmas Day. The tree is up, garlands festoon every feasible surface, wreaths are on doors. So it is only the food to think about. And some last minute cards to post – oops! These are my last two side dishes to give you. Both simple and make …

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Love them or hate them, Brussels sprouts are a pretty addition to a winter festive table. But they do have a certain dubious reputation. At least here in Britain. Right now folk on the radio – okay, BBC Radio 2 – are asking the annual foodie question: are your sprouts on yet? This ‘banter’ starts …

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As you see, I couldn’t hold out any longer. My little wordpress snowfall was my unambiguous clue to unleash the festive food. And as we are well into December, and there is a layer of snow, it feels pretty official. As a matter of fact I am even sending Mr A  into the loft this …

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