Carla's Gluten Free Recipe Box Newsletter

September 29, 2015

 

Dear reader,

I'm loving the change in our weather, here in Central California, overcast, but still warm. The gray skies have me thinking Fall recipes. Try some of my  gluten-free donut recipes. My favorite is the buttermilk. My sweet-tooth husband's fave is the apple cider. I hope you find something you enjoy.

In addition, I've included my newest gluten-free recipes.

 

Happy Fall to you!

~ Carla

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RECIPES:

Custard Filled Gluten Free Donut Holes

Rather than make full-size gluten free donuts, you can make these adorable custard-filled donut holes instead. Let's face it, anything fried is delicious, but adding custard or a simple vanilla pudding makes it outrageously delicious!

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Gluten Free Apple Cider Donuts

I must have lived a shelter life as I never had heard of apple cider donuts until recently. They showed a recipe for Apple Cider Donut Trifle on The Chew TV show. With the flavors of Christmas, I thought I'd give it a try to developing a recipe for gluten free apple cider donuts. They turned out delicious! They remind me of hot apple cider in the form of a donut. If you haven't ever tried one, now is your chance. Then check out the recipe on The Chew's website to make the trifle, if interested.

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Image: Gluten Free Donuts

If you've been wondering how to make gluten free donuts, it isn't any different than making gluten filled ones besides the flour you use. I used my gluten free all-purpose flour blend recipe. The blend calls for superfine white rice flour. If you use it often, you may already have a batch made, making this recipe a breeze. Or you …

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Image: Gluten Free Jelly Donuts

This recipe was adapted from Martha Stewart's Hanukkah Sufganiyot Jelly Doughnuts. My intention was to develop a recipe for gluten free jelly donuts prior to Hanukkah, but unfortunately, work and caring for my elderly father caused a delayed. Sufganiyot, otherwise known as round jelly donuts are an Israeli delicacy associated with the miracle of the oil that burns in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. Deep-fried foods are eaten up to and through Hanukkah.

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Chocolate Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Donuts Doughnuts (Baked)

These are my favorite gluten free donuts, chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate! I had run across the cardboard wrapper that surrounded my donut pan and have been craving them, as I see it quite often. My husband's favorite type of donuts are chocolate and he's coming home today from out of town. I thought, what better way to greet him than have chocolate gluten free donuts awaiting him? Well, the first batch I forgot to add in the milk, which caused them to be too dry. They already had been placed in the oven when I realized it. Gee, where was mind that day? Well, I played around with 2 different batches today, and finally achieved success! Enjoy! And if you're dairy-free, see "Tips" for a great dairy free ganache.

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NEWEST RECIPES:

Gluten Free Lasagna Soup

Fall is my favorite time of year. It follows high temperatures, often over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. That's Central California living. We live about 25 miles south of the south entrance of Yosemite. Today was in the low 90s, but the overcast, gray skies inspired this gluten free lasagna soup. It is a perfect way to use up broken pieces of …

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Gluten-Free Egg-Free Macarons That Melt in Your Mouth

Macarons are French egg white cookies, that if made properly will melt in your mouth. While experimenting with the latest egg substitute, canned bean liquid, I used it to make these melt in your mouth macarons. Who knew you could achieve perfection with egg substitute? Meanwhile, I filled mine with some leftover chocolate ganache. You can use a number of fillings from jam to peanut butter and confectioners' sugar. Enjoy!

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Creamy Gluten Free Vegetable Casserole

This creamy gluten free vegetable casserole is far from boring. The smokiness of paprika along with garlic provides tons of flavor. The red peppers and onion add additional flavor as well. If that's not enough, add a couple of varieties of cheese and garnish with bacon. Your broccoli.is now a treat perfect for holidays or whenever you crave comfort food.

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Gluten Free Egg Free Marshmallow Fluff

This is the most amazing egg substitute, and it's naturally gluten free. You can also use it vas a substitute for egg whites. Previously, there really wasn't any egg replacer that you could successfully whip up and use to make meringue. Now you can! It's so simple, too! Check out below how to make it, plus watch me make it in a video.

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Naturally Gluten Free Grilled Zucchini

If you're a zucchini lover or just tired of the same old veggies, you must try this grilled zucchini recipe. If you enjoy a bit more heat or kick, dash on cayenne pepper, too.

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Homemade Gluten Free Coconut Macaroons

Macaroons are so easy to make, and they're naturally gluten free. Coconut is naturally moist, and with added sugar, they turn out extremely moist, creating the perfect coconut macaroons...a true pleasure.

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Gluten Free Pad Thai Recipe

Did you ever wonder what "pad" means in English? It simply means "stir fry".  Of course, "Thai" stands for Thailand, a country in South East Asia. Put the two together and you get this delicious and flavorful meal, gluten free pad thai.

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Gluten Free Grape Muffins

Using almond flour and a little bit of all-purpose gluten free flour, these gluten free almond muffins are incredible. They are just like little cakes. You have a lot less guilt using high-protein nut flour, but fulfill your sweet cravings. Then adding grapes cause an almost homemade jam affect. Yum!

If you are searching for gluten free muffins using all almond flour and no other gluten free flour, check out Gluten Free Almond Flour Muffins Recipe.

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GLUTEN-FREE CHEERIOS

Gluten-Free Cheerios is starting to hit the shelves. They are available in regular, Honey Nut, MultiGrain, Apple Cinnamon, and Frosted.

They use oats grown specifically for Cheerios. Instead of using gluten-free certified oats, they invented a sifting method instead. They state, "If we used certified oats, we would use up the entire supply of gluten free certified oats in two weeks."

Instead, they sift through their oats to remove stray wheat, barley, and rye. By law, their product must not contain 20 parts per million (ppm) gluten. Are you interested in trying them anyway? It's your choice. I just wanted to inform you of the facts.

Watch a short video about it now!

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