Pineapple curd is my go-to filling when I want lemon curd, due to my citrus allergy. It’s delicious and compliments coconut extremely well as they are both tropical. Use this pineapple curd in cakes, cupcakes, pies, tarts, cookies, and more. As you can see in the photo, pineapple also makes a great topping for pancakes. Continue reading Gluten Free Pineapple Curd
Whether you’re looking for a dessert muffin or a sweet treat for breakfast, these gluten free apple muffins with streusel topping are sure to please. Add optional nuts or oatmeal to the streusel topping if desired. Either make half a dozen or double the recipe for a full batch. Enjoy!
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
Whether you call these delights gluten free skillet brownies, soft baked giant cookie, or a cookie cake (like Mrs. Fields), they are delicious. They are higher than a cookie, lower than brownies, and taste like brownies; just superb! Bake them in multiple size pans and skillets.
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
The holidays and other special occasions don’t have to be fattening or unhealthy. Try this gluten free low-fat cheesecake. It’s a healthier choice, yet it’s delicious. Make a traditional graham cracker crust that everyone will swear is not gluten free, or make a lower-fat version. They’re both delicious!
Once home bakers began using volume measurements, they began to make this easy-to-remember recipe for 1234 cakes. They are so called because they consist of 1 cup butter, 2 cups sugar, 3 cups flour, and 4 eggs. They usually are a bit heavy similar to pound cake, but they do not contain as much butter … Continue reading Gluten Free 1234 Cake or Cupcakes
While making these gluten free butter cookies, I accidentally browned them a bit too much. I had to think of how to hide my error, and this was my solution. They turned out so delicious, I couldn’t wait to make more. They’re similar to my Gluten Free Girl Scout Samoa Cookies, but they’re sandwich cookies … Continue reading Gluten Free Butter Cookies with Chocolate Coating and Caramel Filling
Whether it’s Sunday morning or a holiday, there’s nothing like waking up to gluten free apple turnovers, on a fall or winter morning. It is especially satisfying if you haven’t indulged in a turnover in some time. The flaky, buttery gluten free puff pastry is a delight of my gluten-eating husband and readers. Bet you … Continue reading Gluten Free Apple Turnovers
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.