I was recently sent a catalog from Popcornopolis. They’re offering a seasonal caramel corn that is red velvet inspired. A 2-gallon container goes for $49.99. I thought it would be a nice idea to develop a similar recipe, not knowing what ingredients they use. OMG! Now I know why it goes for that price! Plain, it’s such a delicious snack! However, when topped with the creamy topping that I created, this red velvet popcorn is just incredible! I predict that their product and this recipe will be the talk of the holiday season and continue to be popular thereafter. The combination is truly incredible. Continue reading Red Velvet Popcorn – Caramel Corn (or Chocolate or Traditional)
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.
To reduce the sodium in standard Gluten Free Pretzels, I created this recipe for my husband. He’s a pretzel lover and finds this recipe to be just as satisfying as my traditional-style recipe. He finds the texture of these gluten free pretzels to mirror their gluten counterparts. I hope you enjoy them just as much.
There is an Italian dessert by the name of cannoli that consists of a deep-fried pastry shells filled with sweetened ricotta cheese. I altered this traditional dessert and created a savory cannoli, perfect for an appetizer. I filled mine with creamy ricotta cheese, peas, and basil. You can either make this soy-free or dairy-free. They … Continue reading Savory Gluten Free Cannoli Appetizers
I love the combination of sweet and salty! I love making edible Christmas ornaments even more. These pretzel wreaths are not only fun to make, they are beautiful and fun! They are a wonderful project for the kids while they’re home on vacation.
In my attempt to create more single-serve recipes, I recently tested out my small, inexpensive, ceramic waffle iron to make gluten-free quesadillas. They turned out incredible! They have a slight crispness to the outer shell, which you can control by cooking shorter or longer. The inside contains gooey cheese with chicken, or any other addins you prefer. … Continue reading Waffle Iron Gluten Free Quesadillas & Spicy Dipping Sauce
I can’t believe how light these gluten free sausage cheese balls turned out. The previous ones I made tasted more like bread and they are only baked. You can check the previous recipe at Gluten Free Sausage & Cheese Bread Balls. You can either bake or deep-fry this new recipe.
Try this recipe for addictive almond cranberry bars. They’re a true delight. I would choose these bars over cake or other sugary sweets. They are definitely a less guilty pleasure. They’re heavy, similar to chewy brownies, perhaps a bit more heavier. Yet they are chewy. They satisfy your sweet tooth for dessert, as well. They’re just … Continue reading Gluten Free Almond Cranberry Bars
Atkin shakes do not contain any gluten (wheat, rye or barley). They do, however, contain cross-contamination of gluten from their factory. Therefore, they are not labeled gluten free. This led me to develop a gluten free atkins shake recipe that is also dairy and soy-free. I hope you find it helpful. I included the carb … Continue reading Copycat Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Atkins Shake Recipe
If you are gluten intolerant, you should be reading the labels of all gluten free microwave popcorn. The flavors, preservatives and coloring may contain gluten. Many gluten free dieters make their popcorn the old fashion way, on the stovetop. You can make the job even easier, including simple cleanup, by microwaving gluten free popcorn kernels. … Continue reading Gluten Free Microwave Popcorn in Paper Bag