*Omit the stevia if you prefer your drink unsweetened.
TIP: Place this in the freezer for about 1 hr after preparing and have an on protocol version of orange sherbet! Yummy.
Kids love this recipe. Ideal for after-school munching, it’s likely to disappear quickly.
Many store-bought hams come with gluten-containing glazes. Here's a glaze that's safe to consume -- and tasty! -- if you're gluten intolerant. (Read labels carefully when selecting your ham to ensure it's gluten free.)
Pressed for time? You can substitute commercially prepared gluten-free orange-marmalade for the clementine glaze. Wait until the end of the baking time to brush on the glaze, as its high sugar content will cause the ham to burn if it's added at the beginning.
Clementines make a marvelous marmalade – a bit sweeter than oranges and with less bitterness from the pulp. This easy version uses the microwave and doesn’t need pectin or other additives to make it gel.