Momocakes, Chocolate Chip Cookies & a GIVEAWAY!

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If you’ve been following us for the past couple months one thing should be clear by now…I like chocolate chip cookies.  Having finally found the perfect chocolate chip cookie, my next quest has been to find a gluten-free option.  I’ve found that when my joint pain gets annoying going gluten-free for 30 days helps reduce it.    We eat very little processed foods in our house so I turned to the recipe world out there. I’ve tried a few but didn’t love for the results.  Well, search and ye shall find.

Momocakes- vegan,gluten free and high altitude bakery

Leslie, the owner/founder of Momocakes is our first sponsor!!  We were talking about where we would place her ad and my idea of  a video with the two of us baking and I went for it:  would she be willing to share her amazing delicatible recipe for her gluten-free chocolate chip cookies?

Yes!  was her response.

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Zucchini Out Our Ears

Zucchini Out Our Ears

There in the front...one plant,...I said it, ONE plant.

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This year we planted one zucchini plant, kept it covered in the hoop house until July and when we opened it up it was the most giantest plant EV-er.  It bullied the broccoli plants out of its way and took over the whole end of the garden.  By mid-July we started plucking 5-8 lb vegetables off the plant every week.  Thus began the season of the zucchini! What to do with all this zucchini?  Roasting them on the grill is the quick and easy route to go but that gets boring quick.  My other stand-by is to grate the zucchini,  put them in ziplock freezer bags and throw them in the freezer.  I can make use for them over the winter for breads and muffins.   After storing 18 lbs of shredded zucchini I needed some new ideas so I started asking around.

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