Carla's Gluten Free Recipe Box Newsletter

October 28, 2015

 

Dear reader,

Whether you're planning a spooky Halloween party or just want to create a fall atmosphere, these recipes will do the trick, or be the treat.

Have a happy and healthy gluten-free Halloween!

 

~ Carla

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 How to Make a Jack-o-Lantern from an Orange

To start you off, here is my easier and less expensive method of making a jack-o-lantern. They're perfect for kids. Just help them with the sharp scissors.

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RECIPES:

Gluten Free Candy Apples in Red & Black

Fresh apples in red, yellow, or green coated with glass-like, candy coating always brings a smile to children's faces. Learn how to make a candy coating that almost looks like tempered chocolate. Be sure to use gluten free food coloring. I suggest brands in this recipe. See the tips section for a natural solution to red food coloring.

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Image: Gluten Free Halloween Cupcakes

When I make cupcakes I prefer to use natural frosting rather than artificial food coloring, though when I do use coloring, I use Select Tea's natural food coloring for non-baked/heated food. In the gluten free Halloween cupcakes pictured, decorations were used for color, which can be used year after year. I've listed several links to different cupcake and cake recipe, along with frosting choices. Enjoy and be creative!

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Gluten Free Meringue Ghosts

One of the healthiest Halloween treats is meringue ghosts. You can use melted chocolate for the faces or gluten free royal icing with gluten-free food coloring. They are so cute I just had to share them with you.

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Image: Creamy Gluten Free Pumpkin Pie

Do you have a craving for a sweet or savory pumpkin treat? One of these 21 gluten-free pumpkin recipes should meet your desires. You will find everything from soup to a plethora of desserts.

And dont' miss the latest two new pumpkin recipes (see below).

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Gluten Free Pumpkin Pasta

This is a kid-friendly, pumpkin sauce. It may appeal to them because it looks similar to macaroni and cheese. However, when they realize that it is not, they'll hit the sweetness of the pumpkin and be just as happy. For a more savory, adult version, see the Tips section. Both are delicious as the roasting process creates a caramelized flavor.

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Gluten Free Pumpkin Ma n Cheese

Similar to it's baked cousin, this gluten-free macaroni and cheese recipe contains a bit of both pumpkin and cheese, but is made without egg. The pumpkin provides accents of fall and a bit of sweetness. The leeks or onions are used as a substitute to add sweetness and savoriness. Best of all, the optional bacon makes everything taste even better. No matter how you choose to make this dish, everyone will be begging for more.

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