I was recently sent a catalog from Popcornopolis. They’re offering a seasonal caramel corn that is red velvet inspired. A 2-gallon container goes for $49.99. I thought it would be a nice idea to develop a similar recipe, not knowing what ingredients they use. OMG! Now I know why it goes for that price! Plain, it’s such a delicious snack! However, when topped with the creamy topping that I created, this red velvet popcorn is just incredible! I predict that their product and this recipe will be the talk of the holiday season and continue to be popular thereafter. The combination is truly incredible. Continue reading Red Velvet Popcorn – Caramel Corn (or Chocolate or Traditional)
Served during Christmas and on St. Joseph’s Day, these Italian fig cookies (Sicilian treasures) were made by grandmother, aunt, and now two generations of cousins. They were not made gluten free, but they are now! Make them soft like Fig Newtons or crunchy like biscotti. People that are not on a gluten free diet usually enjoy … Continue reading Gluten Free Italian Fig Cookies – Cuccidati – Occidate – Buccellati
Black and white desserts are big for New Years. The white chocolate mousse is out of this world with the other chocolate combinations! If you’re not a white chocolate fan, this will probably convert you, or try my Gluten Free Chocolate Mousse Layer Cake. (Gelatin is not used at all in this recipe.) I provide … Continue reading Black and White Gluten Free Chocolate Ganache Mouse Cake
Who said cookie baking had to only include cookies? Decorating these gluten-like homemade graham crackers works well, too. Learn how to make delicious, crunchy, gluten-like, gluten free graham crackers, as well as how to decorate them for the holidays without being an artist. Make various shapes and designs.
Making this gluten free vanilla souffle is not as difficult as everyone makes it out to be. Just follow the instructions, do not disturb the souffles while they are in the oven, and you’re as good as sitting down at the table with your impressed guests enjoying them. Fill with either gluten free pastry cream … Continue reading Gluten Free Vanilla Souffle with Optional Pastry Cream or Chocolate Ganache Filling
If you’re looking for a gluten free fruitcake, try this unconventional version. It’s really a coffee cake, but we won’t tell anyone! There’s no need to buy any fancy flours, just your basic gluten free ingredients. It’s moist and delicious. The cake mix recipe was tested by about 20 of my cookbook recipe testers and … Continue reading Gluten Free Coffee Cake with Fruit
I was going to make some gluten free nutter butter cookies when my husband suggested adding chocolate chips. Instead, I created a new cookie recipe specifically for gluten free peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. You’ll enjoy these cookies as they have a slight crunch on the bottom yet they’re soft. I’ve loaded them with chocolate … Continue reading Gluten Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Because I am allergic to pumpkin, this gluten free sweet potato pie makes the perfect substitute. Actually, I think I enjoy this filling even better than pumpkin! I used pumpkin spices. It’s perfectly creamy!
I like to blind bake pie crust for pies that contain custard-based fillings such as pumpkin, sweet potato, and custard. A chef shared a little secret which I implemented in this blind baked gluten free pie crust recipe. It calls for a simple ingredient already in your pantry. It keeps the crust nice and crunchy … Continue reading Gluten Free Pie Crust Recipe (Blind Baked)
I’ve been in the kitchen attempting to achieve an exceptional gluten free Swiss roll recipe. It turned out perfectly moist and easy to roll. This is a feat for Swiss rolls as they are much thicker than jelly rolls. However, you can also make a jelly roll using this low-sugar recipe. Because jelly roll pans make a thinner … Continue reading Gluten Free Swiss Roll or Jelly Roll with Dulce de Leche (Pumpkin Spiced or Cinnamon)