Having picked up a couple of 1-1/2 pound packages of ground organic turkey at Costco, I wanted to create a new flavorful recipe using one of them. So, I created these gluten free taco zucchini boats. I saved half of the filling to fill bell peppers. I used the other package to substitute the chopped chicken breast in my Asian Rice Cups recipe. They’re both delicious. Continue reading Gluten Free Taco Zucchini Boats (Turkey or Beef)
If you’re a red velvet lover, you’ll fall hard for this cake. It’s chocolaty and the filling is incredible! Ever since I created the red velvet popcorn recipe I’ve been wanting to incorporate what I learned into another recipe. This one was perfect! I’m in love and I think all red velvet lovers will be … Continue reading Gluten Free Red Velvet Roll Cake
One of my Facebook followers requested a savory ring recipe. I decided to create this gluten free crescent breakfast ring. I added bacon. Choose between two dough recipes and either scrambled or hard boiled eggs. You can also add cheese. This recipe is perfect for using up leftover meat, eggs, and veggies. You can even hide bacon under the puff pastry as you see in the photo or add mouthwatering sausage. It’s absolutely delicious! Continue reading Gluten Free Puff Pastry Breakfast Ring (Bacon, Sausage, Ham, or Veggie)
In history, this veggie and meat-filled dish was considered a delicacy among French cuisine. They were and still can be found filled with rich ingredients such as truffles, sweetbreads, and cream cheese. However, using simple ingredients, they are just as tasty. Croquettes are also a wonderful way to use up leftover meat or poultry. The breading and deep-frying take … Continue reading Gluten Free Croquettes: Ham & Chicken
If you are one of the many people with gluten intolerance who also cannot tolerate oats, today is your lucky day. When you make these soft and chewy mock gluten free oatmeal raisin cookies, you can enjoy a similar treat. They contain a substitute that bakes much like oatmeal with a slight crunch.
Wow! These gluten free pizza pinwheels were phenomenal! The dough turns out much fluffier when baked in a baking pan versus a pizza stone as I usually use. The cheese is oozing out of them as they come out of the oven. Add sauce when serving. They’re just wonderful, something for all pizza lovers to … Continue reading Gluten Free Pizza Pinwheels
In preparation for Super Bowl Sunday, I wanted to test my favorite pizza crust recipe out (see textures video) to make mini gluten free pizza appetizers. They turned out amazing! The dough is soft inside and a little chewy on the outside, or firmer if desired. I couldn’t ask for any better gluten free pizza … Continue reading Gluten Free Pizza Appetizers
If you enjoy spicy food, you’ll these gluten free jalapeno poppers! If you’re not a super spicy food fan but have been wanting to try them but don’t think that you can handle the heat, continue reading to learn some easy hacks to less their temperature. Continue reading Gluten Free Jalapeno Poppers
Whether you are grain-free or gluten-free, these crackers are perfect if you do not wish to use any special gluten-free ingredients. I smeared them with plain cream cheese and topped with roasted* red bell peppers and parsley. You can also use hummus. They have so much flavor! I’m sure you’ll enjoy them as well.
With or without crumble topping, these gluten free morning glory muffins are hearty and moist as they hold plenty of fruit and nuts. The fruit is the main source of their moisture; however, sugar is also added. You may use organic sugar to make it healthier. I eat these muffins for dessert without the topping! … Continue reading Gluten Free Dairy Free Morning Glory Muffins (Coconut and Oat Versions)