There is another Gluten Free Shepherd’s Pie Recipe on this site; therefore this one is distinguished by the leading “Carla’s”. Since I’m allergic to tomatoes, this recipe has been adapted to be tomato-free. In addition, it uses a different mashed potato recipe, though it is also allergen-free. They are both delicious recipes.
Bean flours create higher risen baked goods, but many of the flours create a bitter flavor. One way of getting around this is by using cooked beans. I prefer to use refried black beans. They’re so creamy and not bitter at all. The dark color is perfect for chocolate dishes such as this gluten free … Continue reading Grain-Free Gluten-Free Black Bean Brownies (Allergen-Free)
If you are watching your carb intake, using almond flour is a great way to cut back in addition to adding flavor. This gluten free tart crust is the perfect compliment to sweet or savory fillings. Avoid starch-filled crusts. Try using almond flour instead. This recipe is also egg- and gum-free. It’s delicious. I use … Continue reading Gluten Free Tart Crust Using Almond Flour
I was so pleased with the results of my most recent experimentation on a gluten free multigrain bread recipe. The texture is soft enough for sandwiches and toasts easily, as well. It is also gum-free. Enjoy!
This gluten free peanut butter cookies recipe was contributed by Carol Kicinski, author of Simply…Gluten-Free Desserts. They are flourless, grain free, dairy free, xanthan gum-, baking soda- and baking powder-free, but the recipe does call for eggs. A must for all peanut butter lovers! Thank you once again, Carol!