Get all of the flavors of your favorite peanut butter cup along with a crunchy cookie texture. As my gluten-eating husband says, “These cookies are addictive!” I made them for my pregnant daughter who has loved Reese’s peanut butter cups since she was in the womb (oh yeah, that was me!), but my husband and … Continue reading Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cup Cookies
I added some homemade Gluten Free Hazelnut-Praline Paste to this hazelnut praline frosting recipe. It really turned out so flavorful! The combination of the hazelnut and praline is perfect. You get the caramelization of the praline which really makes this frosting special.
This week was all about dairy free recipes! I hope you enjoy this moist and light gluten free dairy free bundt cake. It’s also Kosher Parve. You can flavor it pineapple or orange. Add a pineapple or orange glaze as well. Enjoy this moist gluten free dairy free citrus bundt cake. The outside crust is … Continue reading Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Bundt Cake (Kosher) – Pineapple or Orange
One of my Facebook followers requested a savory ring recipe. I decided to create this gluten free crescent breakfast ring. I added bacon. Choose between two dough recipes and either scrambled or hard boiled eggs. You can also add cheese. This recipe is perfect for using up leftover meat, eggs, and veggies. You can even hide bacon under the puff pastry as you see in the photo or add mouthwatering sausage. It’s absolutely delicious! Continue reading Gluten Free Puff Pastry Breakfast Ring (Bacon, Sausage, Ham, or Veggie)
If you are one of the many people with gluten intolerance who also cannot tolerate oats, today is your lucky day. When you make these soft and chewy mock gluten free oatmeal raisin cookies, you can enjoy a similar treat. They contain a substitute that bakes much like oatmeal with a slight crunch.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and this simple and easy to make creamy vodka sauce will make the evening special for you and your partner. While light on the budget, this sauce is anything but light. Its richness resembles cheese sauce, without any cheese. Just delicious!
Served during Christmas and on St. Joseph’s Day, these Italian fig cookies (Sicilian treasures) were made by grandmother, aunt, and now two generations of cousins. They were not made gluten free, but they are now! Make them soft like Fig Newtons or crunchy like biscotti. People that are not on a gluten free diet usually enjoy … Continue reading Gluten Free Italian Fig Cookies – Cuccidati – Occidate – Buccellati
Pineapple curd is my go-to filling when I want lemon curd, due to my citrus allergy. It’s delicious and compliments coconut extremely well as they are both tropical. Use this pineapple curd in cakes, cupcakes, pies, tarts, cookies, and more. As you can see in the photo, pineapple also makes a great topping for pancakes. Continue reading Gluten Free Pineapple Curd
Watch this video to learn how to make corn free caramel in the microwave. The recipe is naturally gluten free. It does not contain any corn syrup or corn ingredients of any kind. It’s so easy to make! Watch the below video and then get the recipe: Caramel Without Corn Syrup.
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