Making gluten free moon pies is so much fun! I began by using a double recipe of my raved about gluten free graham cracker recipe, added a bit of optional turmeric for a brighter color, and made them double the thickness. Adding my marshmallow fluff recipe and dipping in your favorite chocolate makes these gluten free … Continue reading Gluten Free Moon Pies
Not everyone heals by going gluten-free alone. If your symptoms persist, try going dairy-free as well. Using this dairy free ricotta cheese recipe is a step in the right direction. I tested this recipe alongside real ricotta cheese and the only difference was that the homemade version had a little more flavor to it. It’s … Continue reading Homemade Dairy Free Ricotta Cheese Recipe (Gluten Free)
If soup is part of your life and you miss it during the summer, but can’t stand the heat, this recipe is perfect for you. You can serve it warm or chilled, and it is full of flavor, without any dairy.
King Soba sent me tons of their products. I’ve been slowly using them in various ways. In a hurry yesterday to make dinner for just the two of us, I realized rather than using basmati rice, I could use King Soba’s Basmati Brown Rice Noodles instead. They only take 5 minutes to boil. They worked … Continue reading Gluten Free Beef Korma and Basmati Noodles (Dairy-Free Options)
On Fridays, I like to make fast dinners. Don’t you? It’s the weekend and you deserve a break! I like this gluten free enchilada chicken (or beef) casserole dish because you can use a rotisserie chicken or whatever leftover chicken or beef you have. It’s the best of three worlds all in one!
I thought that serving iced caramel macchiato to each of your guests this summer would be a special treat. Macchiato means “marked” or “stained” in Italian. These sweet and caffeine-potent drinks will definitely leave a mark on your guests, as memorable. They’re very elegant, too. You may decide not to serve dessert if everyone enjoys … Continue reading Gluten Free Iced Caramel Macchiato Recipe
If you are one of many gluten free intolerant people who also need to avoid dairy, you’ll appreciate this recipe for gluten and dairy free chocolate mousse. Learn the ingredients that are safe for both of these allergens. It’s bot only delicious but easy to make, too!
After visiting Mexico this summer, I was determined to find out how to make soft gluten free white corn tortillas. I usually buy Mission Super Soft White Corn Tortillas. They are much softer than their yellow corn tortillas, closer to flour tortillas, but with more fiber and obviously no gluten. However, if you prefer freshly … Continue reading Gluten Free White Corn Tortilla Recipe (or Arepas – Pita Pockets)
Shaomai (pronunciation here) are Asian dumplings filled with shrimp and pork cooked in a bamboo steamer or other makeshift steamer). They are similar to potstickers, but the filling is different and they stand erect and are not completely sealed. In this version, the dumplings are only steamed, not fried and steamed as I instruct in my … Continue reading Gluten Free Dumplings (Shaomai)
Use this delicious gluten free blueberry topping on cheesecake, cakes, ice cream, pancakes, and cupcakes, to name a few. Make the sauce as thin or thick as possible. You can even puree it to create a sauce. You can also purchase Comstock Blueberry Pie Filling and Topping or make this recipe using confectioners’ sugar.