Using a combination of rice and sorghum flour along with other ingredients, these gluten free hamburger buns are truly delicious. If you have a barbecue or grill available, toast them to make them crunchy. Serve with burgers, sausage, or your favorite vegetarian fare. While one of my cookbook recipe testers named these buns “just like … Continue reading Best Gluten Free Hamburger Buns (Cheese & Onion Options)
Not too long ago, I created a recipe for Hot Chili Oil, but it’s not red like the ones you purchase in the stores. Plus, it is not as hot, either. I don’t know why I didn’t think of this new recipe earlier. You get to choose which type of oil from which it is … Continue reading Homemade Red Hot Chili Oil Recipe
These gluten-free meatball appetizers may be made sweet or savory. They are delicious either way. Make them with all beef or beef and pork. My husband loves them using half and half without any sauce. Which way will you make them?
The first time I made this cake, I used 5-1/2-inch round cake pans that I found on eBay for a steal of a deal. However, for my husband’s upcoming birthday party, I made a three-layer version and froze it. I decorated this one differently as I needed to leave room for the birthday message. It’s … Continue reading Three-Layer Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cup Cake
In this recipe, I reversed my previous gluten free marble cheesecake in that the base is vanilla and the marbling is chocolate. I also used a different crust. You have to try it! You can also check out my Gluten Free Chocolate Mint Cheesecake with Vanilla Marbling (mint optional). Both are delicious! With this new one, … Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Marble Cheesecake with Caramelized Pecan Crust (Dairy-Free Options)
I saw chef Ryan Scott make a molten lava cake in the microwave on The Today Show. So, I played around with his recipe to make a gluten-free molten lava cake. It fits perfectly with my collection of gluten free microwaved mug cake recipes. So, I had to convert it to gluten free. Check it … Continue reading Microwaved Gluten Free Molten Lava Mug Cake (with Dairy- and Egg-Free Options)
Whether you are going camping or want an easy to dessert you can make on the grill during those hot summer days, this gluten free campfire apple crisp recipe is perfect. It’s a light dessert that you can easily serve immediately after a meal. It’s tastes like apple pie filling. Crisps traditionally contain oats, but … Continue reading Gluten Free Campfire Apple Crisp or Crumble (With or Without Oats)
My husband often stays at Hyatt hotels. He was recently raving about their Gallery Breakfast Sandwich which consists of a fried egg, bacon, and smoked gouda cheese on a potato roll, filled with gluten, of course. It looked delicious and I have been meaning to create a gluten free potato roll recipe for some time. … Continue reading Gluten Free Pull-Apart Potato Rolls
This gluten free spanakopita recipe is a Greek tradition. The filling consists of spinach, cheese, onions, egg, and seasoning. If you are vegetarian, you can substitute the cheese with tons of fresh herbs and silken tofu or use dairy-free cheese like Daiya or Follow Your Heart. Instead of using my Gluten Free Phyllo Dough Recipe, which … Continue reading Gluten Free Spanakopita
This recipe for gluten free St. Patrick’s Day cookies is incredible! They’re in between a shortbread and sugar cookie. Shortbread cookies contain more butter than sugar cookies which makes them a bit softer and richer. Everyone loves these cookies. Adding a little green or Irish theme makes them that more special.
Also, be sure to read my article on Gluten Free Food Coloring at the below link. If you’re dairy-free, be sure to see my suggestions on how to make gluten free cookies to your liking using Earth Balance in the Cut-Out Cookie recipe. In addition, I have added a substitute for gluten-free meringue powder in my Royal Icing recipe. Enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day and be safe! Continue reading Gluten Free St. Patrick’s Day Cookies