When you want to make a lasting impression, but need to meet the needs of many, make this gluten free layered taco dip. It’s just as easy as making tacos, but using chips instead of taco shells. Everyone raves about it, and you’ll look like a pro! You don’t have to wait for the next Super Bowl to enjoy this one!
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Often dumplings, even traditional dumplings, turn out chewy and heavy. However, you can easily make light and fluffy biscuits instead. They turn out fantastic! If you’ve never tried dumplings, you may just add this to your regular recipe rotation. One recipe tester even made it dairy-free.
A bear claw is a yeast-raised Danish pastry, often shaped like a bear’s claw, filled with a delicious almond filling. This moist coffee cake is layered with that same filling. The filling layer is added prior to baking, saving you time. All test-bakers rated this cake 10 out of 10 in flavor, texture, and moistness.
Bear claw-shaped Danishes are filled with this very same filling. Danish are not often referred to as decadent, but this is the only way I can describe this filling. If you enjoy bear claws, you’ll surely be awestruck over this filling that you can use to bake in coffee cakes and pastries.
Who knew granola could be addicting? This one is! Maple syrup is the key to this recipe. However, you can help control blood sugar levels by using half agave syrup and still create an addictive flavor. This gluten free granola is a must-try!
My husband said that these muffins could easily be one of my best recipes yet. Our gluten-eating friends, as well as my cookbook recipe testers, agree. Buttermilk helps leaven these beauties. (There’s a dairy-free version, too.) The optional glaze adds a contrasting tartness.
This recipe is from my upcoming cookbook, Carla’s Best 125 Gluten-Free Recipes. Picture lasagna noodles. Then spread on a luscious ravioli filling. Roll them up, and top with your favorite pasta sauce and mozzarella cheese. Lastly, bake until just lightly crisp on top. You can also use the filling in traditional ravioli. However, this is a much … Continue reading Gluten Free Ravioli Rolls
This Italian dish is so rich and delicious that you can serve it to everyone. Using homemade, gluten-free egg pasta, covered with creamy sauce, marinara, or Bolognese/meat sauce, your family and guests won’t believe it’s gluten-free. Kids who “hate spinach” beg for second helpings of this gluten free chicken cannelloni. Serve it as a side … Continue reading Gluten Free Chicken Cannelloni with Homemade Pasta
Why not combine all of your favorite desserts into one pie? One layer of no-bake cheesecake topped with a layer of pumpkin and caramel puree top an easy-to-make pecan crust. Everyone who enjoys pumpkin falls for this incredible combination. It’s always the talk-of-the-party.
So many new gluten-free dieters fail at making macaroni salad in advance. However, if you use the proper macaroni, it is easy to do. Check out the recipe and the chart of which gluten free pasta came out shining in a make-ahead macaroni salad test.