Recent time spent with my grandchildren got me to thinking of my childhood. I remember eating pink caramel popcorn. Remember that? All that sugar just seemed wonderful, and the artificial coloring made it very attractive! Fortunately, now, most people are gearing up towards healthier choices. No more red dye no. 40 which contains petroleum and … Continue reading Gluten Free Agave Popcorn Balls
Who doesn’t like au gratin potatoes, right? You can make this dish with milk, cream, half & half, a combination thereof, or a milk substitute. If you’re dairy free you can use a cheese substitute. For vegan or dairy-free use a cheese and milk substitute. This gluten free au gratin potatoes recipe is made without … Continue reading Gluten Free Au Gratin Potatoes
This recipe is written so that you can prepare the candied walnuts and dressing the day before you serve the salad. My guests beg for it every time they come to visit, and most go back for seconds and thirds.
Do you have any apples that you do not want to waste? Make some delicious homemade applesauce with this easy recipe. You can make a great dessert with it, eat it plain, or even top your ice cream. My specific goal for this recipe was to make just enough applesauce for a gluten-free applesauce coffee … Continue reading Applesauce Sweetened with Agave (Naturally Gluten Free)
Cannoli is a Sicilian dessert consisting of a crispy tube shell filled with sweet ricotta cheese filling. My aunt would make several variations for special occasions. You can add dried fruit, glazed cherries, pistachio nuts, or chocolate chips to the filling or use as garnish. They make you feel as if you were in Italy.
In yesterday’s episode of The Doctor Oz Show, April 26, 2010, a bar tender shared this red tornado drink recipe. It’s a great juice recipe and is naturally gluten-free. Made from many fresh fruit and vegetable juices, it sounds so yummy! It was suggested to make in a martini shaker, but I choose to add … Continue reading Red Tornado Drink
My gluten free spaghetti sauce recipe is a bit of a modern version of the authentic Italian spaghetti sauce that my Sicilian grandmother used to make. I have included both the authentic ingredients as well as a few shortcuts I take. I sometimes use dried parsley, canned mushrooms, etc. You can use all fresh ingredients or … Continue reading Authentic Italian Gluten Free Spaghetti Sauce Recipe (Bolognese Sauce)