We recently had guests for several days who had food intolerances. The one who was not vegetarian tasted this gluten free lentil soup and said it was the best lentil soup she ever had and asked for a bowl. She normally doesn’t care for lentil soup. I hope you enjoy it just as much. It’s packed with double the flavor compared to my other lentil bacon soup recipe. Continue reading “Best Gluten Free Lentil Bacon Soup”
My guests who have a number of food allergies and one is vegetarian, said that this gluten free pizza is the best she’s ever had, even out of the ones that contained egg. Due to her gluten and egg intolerance, I made this gluten free egg free pizza version. I’ve included an egg version for you …
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Pâte à Choux is the French term referring to the easy-to-make dough you use to make cream puffs and eclairs. While you may prefer your pastry filled with whipped cream, I enjoy mine filled with pastry cream (see photo). Use either or both combined or any of the other variations suggested. Meanwhile, streusel and cream …
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A rich gluten free cheesecake with a delicious shortbread crust, topped with your choice of gluten free pie filling or fruit. Cherry is my husband’s favorite. Learn how to prevent cracked cheesecake and more. If you don’t have gluten free graham crackers or the ingredients to make a traditional cheesecake crust, this is a wonderful alternative!
Whether you enjoy gluten free Chinese pork flavored with sweet and sour or sweet and spicy sauce, this is an easy full-flavor dish. Choose the quick stovetop method or use a slow cooker. Either way, it is truly delicious. You’ll never need gluten free Chinese take out again. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chinese Pork (Slow Cooker Option)”
If you’ve always enjoyed Chicken Marsala or Veal Marsala in restaurants and have tried to make your own but just couldn’t duplicate the flavor, there are usually two reasons. You may have used a recipe that didn’t contain sugar, as most restaurants make theirs on the sweet side. Alternatively, and most likely, you used a …
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I purchased a bottle of Marsala wine from my local grocery store several years ago. It tasted horrible and ruined my chicken marsala. Now, I make my own with two simple ingredients, white wine and brandy. Depending upon the white wine and brand of brandy you use will determine the flavor of your Marsala wine. I provide you with the brands that I use as well as the recipe. Using these brands, the two flavors resulted in an incredible Gluten Free Chicken Marsala Medallions Recipe. Continue reading “Gluten Free Marsala Wine Substitute”
Using allergen-free ingredients, you can make this tasty cheese-like textured party dip. Turn it into a fondue or pasta sauce by simply adding additional water, dairy-free milk, or even white wine. I’ll be serving this to my upcoming guests, one of whom has several food allergies. Contains sesame seeds.
Get this wonderful gluten free vegan cookie recipe as well as learn how to bake vegan and gluten free. Containing no actual pumpkin, these gluten free vegan pumpkin spiced cookies are loaded with pumpkin spices. This way, you can achieve a much better cookie texture and still have all of the wonderful flavors. Pureed pumpkin makes …
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This scrumptious gluten free bacon and cheese bread will surely delight any household. Loaded with cheddar and bacon, yet risen to perfection. Not gummy when sliced warm. Use it to make breakfast sandwiches or toast and smother with butter, honey, or jam.