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
This gluten free red velvet cake recipe is moist and luscious. Red Velvet is known for its richness. While not everyone has the time to make a three-layer, double-frosted cake, when you wish to impress guests, this is the cake to make. When time is short, make a single frosted cake and/or make a naked … Continue reading Double-Frosted Gluten Free Red Velvet Cake Recipe
I think these appetizers are going to be the appetizer of the year! Whether you call these little shells, cream puffs, pate a choux, or profiteroles, they all equal deliciousness. If you don’t have the time, energy, or skill to make my Gluten Free Puff Pastry, pate a choux is the next best thing. It’s … Continue reading Savory Gluten Free Cream Puff Appetizers – Pate a Choux
Whether you love Oreos or Thin Mints, you’ll love these gluten free Christmas cookies. I’ve taken my Gluten Free Oreo Cookie Recipe and covered them with a similar creamy white glaze and topped them with finely crushed gluten free candy canes. If desired, dip these delicious cookies in chocolate flavored with mint extract to make … Continue reading Deconstructed Gluten Free Oreo Peppermint Cookies
In Japan, on Christmas Eve, they traditionally serve Christmas cake, made of sponge cake, covered in whipped cream and topped with strawberries. Sometimes it was decorated with chocolate or Santa Clause. It was a symbol of Western modernity and a high social status as they were expensive. Since it’s inception, these cakes have become affordable. … Continue reading Naked Gluten Free Japanese Christmas Cake Recipe
I love the combination of sweet and salty! I love making edible Christmas ornaments even more. These pretzel wreaths are not only fun to make, they are beautiful and fun! They are a wonderful project for the kids while they’re home on vacation.
Panettone is a sweet, light-weight, Italian bread containing dried or glazed fruit. Unlike fruitcake, it is not heavy. It contains butter, making it richer than traditional bread. I didn’t add tons of butter to this recipe though you may if you desire. I like mine to taste a little like bread versus dessert.
I purchased a bag of organic yams over a week ago. Still not having used them, what better time to cook them than Thanksgiving. I asked the produce man what is the difference between yams and sweet potatoes. He said that yams contained more moisture and sweet potatoes were stringy. That was a different answer … Continue reading Yam or Sweet Potato Casserole (Naturally Gluten Free)
I love my Eggnog Cheesecake recipe because you can do so much with it. Adding a chocolate cookie crust and chopped chocolate cookies and topping it with ganache, gives it an entire new look and flavor. The cheesecake itself doesn’t taste like eggnog, but it’s a wonderful way to use the little you have left. … Continue reading Gluten Free Eggnog Chocolate Cookie Cheesecake