Many have marked my Gluten Free Cream Cheese Pound Cake Recipe and/or Gluten Free Heavenly Pound Cake Recipe as their favorite pound cake(s). However, I thought you may appreciate having a Gluten Free Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe in case you have some sour cream on hand. Add the optional glaze, or flavor them all with … Continue reading Gluten Free Sour Cream Pound Cake
What better way is there to celebrate Spring than adding color and nutrients to your meals? Adjusting my favorite Gluten Free Egg Noodle Pasta Recipe, I created this gluten free beet ravioli recipe filled with three types of cheese and covered in browned butter or your favorite sauce. You can also make some spinach ravioli … Continue reading Gluten Free Beet Ravioli with Three Cheeses and Browned Butter Sauce
When I first tasted this gluten free puff pastry dough, I could have cried. I never thought in my wildest imagination that I would eat anything like this ever again. Make this impressive gluten free puffed pastry tart, using the same dough, for guest or any special occasion. No one would ever guess it is … Continue reading Gluten Free Feta and Roasted Shallot Puff Pastry Tart
With three different cookie recipes from which to choose (cut-out, peanut butter, or gingerbread), you’ll love decorating these adorable Gluten Free Easter Cookies! Also, learn the trick to preventing cookie dough from spreading, therefore, holding its shape.
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
Carol Fenster, the author of Gluten-Free Cooking for Two has outdone herself again! In this gluten free cookbook, you’ll discover 125 favorite gluten free recipes made for two people. Read on to learn more and sample one of her delicious small batch recipes. Continue reading Gluten Free Cooking For Two by Carol Fenster – Review
Learn how to easily dye Easter eggs using scraps of silk from neckties, scarves, and old clothing. That’s all it takes is silk fabric, water, and white vinegar to create beautiful silk-dyed Easter eggs. I also provide an egg-free Easter coloring alternative for those with kids who are allergic to eggs. Have fun!ggs. Have fun! Continue reading Silk Dyed Easter Eggs
Schar makes a wonderful, Gluten Free Artisan Baker Multigrain Bread. However, it contains modified cellulose. I and many members avoid modified ingredients. My intention was to duplicate the bread as closely as possible without using modified, chemical, or artificial ingredients and that’s exactly what I did.
Having had some blueberry sauce leftover from a holiday mini pie that I made for my husband, I whipped up this gluten free blueberry cake. It was delicious and reminds me that Spring is here! You can use any flavor gluten free can pie filling, strawberry, cherry, etc. I provide the two brands that I … Continue reading Gluten Free Blueberry Cake
I have a Meringue Buttercream Frosting which is perfect for those who are corn-free or seeking a silky texture. However, it’s a lot of work. When you desire a traditional buttercream frosting recipe using confectioners’ sugar, use this one. You can add just about any flavoring or color you desire. It is an excellent buttercream … Continue reading Gluten Free Buttercream Frosting Recipe