Recently, a member contacted me and shared that she was planning on making the Gluten Free Chocolate Cream Puff Recipe and filling them with cherry liqueur whipped cream. It sounded amazing! So, I got right on creating a recipe for Homemade Cherry Liqueur. I share below how I created the cherry liqueur whipped cream recipe. It is a powerhouse of cherry flavor with a little alcohol kick. It’s quite pleasing. Enjoy! Continue reading “Cherry Liqueur Whipped Cream”
A few weeks ago, a member mentioned cherry liqueur. My taste buds asked me, “What?!!!” I had to make homemade cherry liqueur. My husband loves cherry everything. The gal who mentioned it was using it to flavor Homemade Whipped Cream to fill Gluten Free Chocolate Cream Puffs. I had to do the same. It is amazing! My favorite way to serve this cherry liqueur though is over crushed ice in a shot glass…an adult snow cone. That’s a thing now!
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I began piping out my newest recipe for Gluten Free Subway Rolls, when I realized that others may benefit from seeing this step in the recipe. The recipe turned out extremely well. A matter of fact, I will now use this recipe to replace the Schar Parbaked Baguettes that I usually purchase. Learn how to pipe out soft gluten free dough for baguettes and rolls.
If you do not have a baguette or French bread pan, see the members recipe for Gluten Free Sourdough Bread, which explains how to make a makeshift French bread pan.
Whether you avoid dairy, are vegan, egg-free, yeast-free, nut-free, or none of these, you’ll enjoy the rich flavor and tender texture of these gluten free chocolate pecan scones. I’ve included a variation for many common allergens. This scone recipe is super flavorful because I’ve used my new Homemade Gluten Free Almond Flour Blend. If you’re nut tolerant, you have to give it a try. I made my scones dairy-free and they turned out delicious and rich-tasting. Check out the texture in this video.
Get the full recipe at Gluten Free Chocolate Pecan Scones.
Whipped porridge is a Finnish tradition and is normally made with farina (cream of wheat used to make cereal or pudding). Traditional versions contain homemade juice from tart berries like lingonberries, red currants, or cranberries. I chose readymade cranberry juice because cranberries are low in Ph but high in pectin, which provides stability/structure for whipping to hold its peaks. Meanwhile, gluten free whipped porridge is something you should try at least once. It’s definitely something kids will enjoy making. Continue reading “Gluten Free Whipped Porridge”
Check out this gluten free pull-apart rolls video. You’ll see the incredible texture these rolls have. You can comfortably serve them to your gluten-eating family and friends. They are full of flavor because the recipe calls for Homemade Gluten Free Almond Flour Blend. The blend makes even dairy-free baking flavorful. To me, it adds an almost buttery flavor to baked goods. Give it a try yourself.
Get the full recipe at Gluten Free Pull-Apart Rolls Recipe.