This makes the richest and most decadent chocolate mousse you’ll ever have. It reminds me of what five-star restaurants serve. Don’t skimp on perfection. Use high-quality chocolate. Serve alone, top with whipped cream, or use as a filling for my upcoming Crunchy Gluten Free Chocolate Mousse Pie recipe.
I had never heard of Indian pudding before this week. So, I did some research and came up with my own version. I found a couple versions online that sounded good, but weren’t just right for my taste buds. One contained egg and other did not. Without egg, it just wouldn’t taste like custard, which … Continue reading Indian Pudding – Naturally Gluten-Free Pumpkin-Free
Sabayon is French for a light, whipped custard containing sweet wine or champagne. In Italian it is called zabaione. You can become extremely creative with this dessert. I added some caramelized fruit and topped it creme brulee style. You can use fresh fruit, but when not in season, canned peaches will do or a little … Continue reading Stovetop Fruit & Champagne Sabayon – Creme Brulee-Style
I already created one gluten free pastry cream recipe; however, due to the rice flour, it needs to sit overnight to remove the chalky flavor and texture. This recipe may be used immediately. Using an ice bath, you don’t even have to chill it that long. If you haven’t tried pastry cream yet, this will be … Continue reading Gluten Free Pastry Cream Using Cornstarch
I made this flan recipe on Cinco de Mayo. It is a Mexican and Spanish tradition, though you may find some slight differences in recipes. It is naturally gluten free. This is my personal version which omits sweetened condensed milk. I find it too sweet. You can easily make flan using evaporated milk only and … Continue reading Flan Using Evaporated Milk Only
Today is National Chocolate Souffle Day! Who can resist? Not me! Souffles have a bad wrap for being difficult to make, but they aren’t. I wouldn’t advise poking them with a toothpick, but they are fairly easy. Just be sure to beat those egg whites, as instructed. With chocolate, you really can’t do any wrong. … Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Souffle
While not all ready-made or boxed pudding brands are gluten free, you can always use naturally gluten free ingredients to make them from scratch. Instead of making gluten free pudding, which contains flour, I prefer custard. There isn’t any floury taste or texture in custard because it does not contain flour. While this may not … Continue reading Butterscotch Custard Recipe
We had a couple of guests for an early dinner on New Year’s Day. I ran out of time and hadn’t made any dessert. So, right after dinner I began experimenting with a quick chocolate mousse recipe and whipped up one that I will make again and again. I was so pleased and so were our … Continue reading Easy Gluten Free Chocolate Mousse in 5 Minutes
Sticky toffee pudding is a British dessert, usually steamed or baked in a water bath. This gluten free sticky toffee pudding is just baked, but topped with the traditional toffee sauce. You can top it with sweetened or unsweetened whipped cream, vanilla ice cream, or serve it just with the sauce.
I developed a bread pudding recipe for KitchenAid’s 6-Quart Slow Cooker with Easy Serve Lid back in 2012. I have played around with the recipe a couple of times since then. I have doubled the custard which I enjoyed much better. My husband is a bread lover and likes it dense with a single custard amount. So, … Continue reading Gluten Free Apple Bread Pudding