Nature’s Path sent me a couple boxes of their new Qi’a Hot Oatmeal in Creamy Coconut flavor. I don’t usually enjoy coconut in my oatmeal; therefore, I had to find another use for it. I love coconut in granola and used it for that. I also usually use plenty of superfoods in my granola. This … Continue reading Gluten Free Vegan Granola Recipe
If you wish to impress your guests, flambe a dessert. Bananas Foster may be served flambe-style, though it is not necessary. If you’ve never had Bananas Foster, now is your chance. It is extremely delicious and easy to make. The caramel sauce is simply made with butter, brown sugar, and a couple of alcohols. Traditionally … Continue reading Gluten Free Bananas Foster
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!