I love chewy cookies. So, that’s the way I decided to make these gluten free oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. Yum! I add chopped walnuts, but you can omit them, if desired. A matter of fact, you can even omit the chocolate chips, if preferred. You can add raisins, dried cranberries, or even dried blueberries. Make them your way!
Try these amazing gluten free corn cakes. They are moist and tender as well as full of flavor. Containing cheddar, diced chiles, and corn, they make a wonderful side dish. Serve it with beef, chicken, or a bowl of chili.
With this gluten free cheese tartlet recipe, you can use a combination of different vegetables. Rather than blanching asparagus, blanch some broccoli spears or green beans. You can use any vegetable that doesn’t contain a lot of water. The crust is flaky. It’s perfect for brunch! Ad PrintGluten Free Asparagus Tomato Cheese Tartlets Rating: 51 […]
Imagine gooey, stretchy cheese, creamy beans (red or black), and tortillas that actually taste like real tortillas. Then add some enchilada sauce, red or green. What is it? My gluten free enchilada casserole recipe! You can use store-bought tortillas. Rudi’s makes excellent gluten free tortillas. You can roll them and they don’t break. I imagine […]
I hadn’t made chili with tomatoes for my husband in over a decade. Last weekend I was cleaning out our freezer and found a little tomato paste. So, I decided to use it in some chili for him. He enjoyed this recipe so much, I had to share it with it you. However, to be […]
Inspired by the Girl Scout Samoas, this cookie is much larger, crisper, and instead of shredded coconut, it calls for nuts. (I used walnuts. If have a nut allergy, use desiccated coconut.) With its caramel topping and chocolate coated bottoms, they are definitely indulgent.
I have served my Chicken Korma Recipe a number of times, but usually accompanied it with plain vegetables. Recently, I decided to spice those up a little. You control the spice level. Using 1/8 teaspoon provides an ever so light amount heat. While 1/4 teaspoon is perfect for us. You may prefer 1/2 teaspoon. Enjoy […]
Arrabbiata is a spicy Italian sauce usually served with penne pasta. Its strong garlic and tomato base with the potent heat may make you look angry. That is exactly what arrabbiata means, “angry”. Gluten free arrabiata can easily be made. Just be sure to use gluten free canned tomatoes (most are). Enjoy! Ad PrintGluten Free Arrabiata […]
Deep fried gluten free Italian rice balls stuffed with Mozzarella cheese Risotto is a sticky Italian rice. Rolling it up into a ball is cinch once it is chilled. Stuffing the balls with Mozzarella cheese, that melts so well, makes it heavenly!
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.