In history, this veggie and meat-filled dish was considered a delicacy among French cuisine. They were and still can be found filled with rich ingredients such as truffles, sweetbreads, and cream cheese. However, using simple ingredients, they are just as tasty. Croquettes are also a wonderful way to use up leftover meat or poultry. The breading and deep-frying take … Continue reading Gluten Free Croquettes: Ham & Chicken
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
Making this gluten free vanilla souffle is not as difficult as everyone makes it out to be. Just follow the instructions, do not disturb the souffles while they are in the oven, and you’re as good as sitting down at the table with your impressed guests enjoying them. Fill with either gluten free pastry cream … Continue reading Gluten Free Vanilla Souffle with Optional Pastry Cream or Chocolate Ganache Filling
Macarons are French egg white cookies, that if made properly will melt in your mouth. While experimenting with the latest egg substitute, canned bean liquid, I used it to make these melt in your mouth macarons. Who knew you could achieve perfection with egg substitute? Meanwhile, I filled mine with some leftover chocolate ganache. You … Continue reading Melt in Your Mouth Macarons (Egg-Free)
A boule (French for “ball”) comes in different sizes. This petite (French for little) gluten free boule recipe, bakes up high, with a crisp crust, and is doughy inside. Gluten free baking is often more successful in smaller sizes; and this gluten free bread bowl is the perfect example! I’ve been working on perfecting this recipe … Continue reading Gluten Free Bread Bowl Recipe (Boule)
Tartiflette is a French recipe made of potatoes, bacon and cream similar to au gratin potatoes, which originally did not contain cheese. Tartiflette contains lardon (cubed pork fat), but in the states, it may be easiest to use bacon. That’s why I use. Meanwhile, it is not a dish we can afford to consume on … Continue reading Gluten Free Tartiflette – Better Than Au Gratin Potatoes
Perfect for weekend cooking or to make for guests, this gluten free coq au vin is a must try and perfect choice. As you probably are already aware, French food is usually loaded with butter and often wine. In this case, bacon, bacon grease, and wine is used. It makes for a to-die-for sauce, one … Continue reading Gluten Free Coq au Vin
Beef bourguignon is a French, haute cuisine dish found in high-end restaurants. You can easily make my gluten free beef bourguignon recipe at home that tastes just as delicious, at a fraction of the cost.
Do you miss apple or cheese Danish? How about almond bear claws? If so, you will no longer crave them as this homemade, gluten-free version is better than store-bought Danish. They are not only puffy but flaky as well.
These amazing gluten free eclairs will fool your friends and family into thinking they are made with gluten flour. I tested it on the picky-eaters in my entire family, and they gobbled them up not knowing they were gluten free. I hope your friends and family enjoy them as well.