Spectrum Warriors: Life Through The Autism Spectrum

Category Archives: Baked good

Baking Can Soothe The Soul

As we face our third or maybe fourth snow storm in about 10 days, and second ‘blizzard’ warning anxiety was in high gear in our house. MJ doesn’t like storms of any kind, especially not after Hurricane Arthur crashed her birthday party last summer. Her anxiety takes over and she worries about everything from power …

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Upside Down Banana Cake – Gluten Free

Today I am bringing you a delicious treat that any banana lover will adore. It is sweet and full of banana flavour but simple and very easy to make. Yesterday evening we went over to my mothers for supper. She made a delicious roast beef in the slow cooker which literally melted in your mouth …

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The Smell Of Freshly Sharpened Pencils And Brownies

Summer seems to have flown by in the blink of an eye. The evenings have been unseasonably cool and even many of the leaves on the trees have started to change. Autumn is my favorite season, but this year as it makes its approach I am more anxious then ever. This year my Monkey starts …

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A Day By The Sea and the Perfect Gluten Free Bread

      Today was the perfect day! It was unscheduled, unplanned and there were no major meltdowns. It was the best family day we have had so far this summer. We went to St Andrews By The Sea, a picturesque sea side town about 2 hours from where we live. It is packed with …

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Apple Carrot Muffins and Double Chocolate Cookies – Gluten Free, Dairy Free

Today I am sharing two new recipes that are both gluten free and dairy free. One is a healthy muffin option that is perfect for a snack or a side option to a breakfast. The other is a yummy chocolatey cookie that was created on a whim with two busy kids helping. I was actually …

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Blood Work Disaster And The Waiting Game

Waiting, waiting, waiting! Our life in a nutshell with the Monkey. We waited for a diagnosis. Felt like we waited forever for him to talk. We waited and waited for services finally taking it into our own hands and moving to be closer to said services. We wait patiently for him to master new skills …

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