Using this make-ahead dough you can make the best gluten free calzone you’ve ever had. The texture is gluten-like and you can freeze the dough in sections to make one any time the craving strikes. They reheat magnificently, too. So, take one for lunch if you have access to a microwave.Continue reading “Gluten Free Calzone with Make-Ahead Dough (Dairy-Free Options)”
Delicious, complete protein vegan gluten free muffins with over 10 grams of protein per muffin. These tender and flavorful muffins are low in unrefined sugar and contain no gums, corn, soy, dairy, egg, seeds, nuts, oats, tapioca, arrowroot, and yeast. With one simple change, these muffins may also be made grain-free. Add your desired mix-in whether it be berries, nuts, or chocolate chips. May also be made non-vegan. Continue reading “Vegan Gluten Free Muffins – High in Complete Protein – 10+ g Protein Per Muffin”
Imagine chocolate ganache combined with vanilla pastry cream. That’s exactly what chocolate pastry cream is made of. However, making chocolate pastry cream is easier because you make them together. If you like either of the above, you will enjoy this decadent recipe much more. Continue reading “Chocolate Pastry Cream – Naturally Gluten Free”
When a recipe calls for Campbell’s Golden Mushroom Soup, use this flavorful gluten free golden mushroom soup recipe. It can be made tomato-free if desired, as well as without mushrooms, though they add additional flavor. Without any MSG or modified starch, as the original canned soup contains, this homemade version will save lots of money! It is definitely healthier for you since it is also free of modified food starch, wheat, or soy. You can make casseroles again with the same great flavor! Continue reading “Gluten Free Golden Mushroom Soup Recipe (Condensed or Not)”
In an effort to show baking class students how to bake using eggs, a gluten free lemon meringue pie recipe was a must. Instead of using the starch-free recipe for lemon curd filling, I developed this richer recipe. It is irresistible. You have four pie crust recipes from which to choose as well as two fillings. The meringue is nice and sturdy. Be sure to watch the four instructional videos too. Continue reading “Gluten Free Lemon Meringue Pie with Italian Meringue + 4 How to Videos”
If you’re into eating low-carb and low-calorie such as keto diet, you must watch this Copycat Winks Frozen Dessert Recipe Video! I love Winks frozen desserts but they’re so expensive. You’ll save money, calories, carbs, and your health!
Get the Winks Frozen Dessert Ice Cream Machine Recipe. If you don’t have an ice cream machine, use the by hand method as noted in the recipe.
I’ve been experimenting with several ways of making a copycat version of wink frozen desserts. There’s the No Machine Version as well as the ice cream maker version below. They are free of all allergens. Plus, they’re super low in calories and net carbs. Using the ingredients I had on hand, I made one slightly higher in calories and net carbs, but provide you with a list of brands that will lower the totals to match Wink Frozen Desserts. They’re amazing and the flavor combinations are endless! View the video here. Continue reading “Wink Frozen Desserts Copycat Recipe Using Ice Cream Maker – Peach Flavor”
With multiple flavor variations, this Wink Frozen Desserts copycat
recipe, known as the 100 calorie pint, is the best thing ever! Now, when you have a bad day and eat an entire pint, your day goes from bad to better! ~ All with no guilt!
Oh my! I’ve fallen in love with this gluten free spatzle! Spatzle, pronounced “spatch lee” in German, is a soft egg noodle. This gluten free spaetzle or spätzle, tastes better and is more flavorful than macaroni and cheese. You must try it! The pasta is so tender (and is so easy to make), it almost melts in your mouth but yet is still a little chewy. It’s incredible, at least to me! My husband enjoys it more than macaroni and cheese too. I can’t wait to serve it to guests!
Get the full recipe at Gluten Free Spaetzle (German) or Spätzle Käse (Austrian).
How do you spell it?
Most Americans pronounce this dish as “spat zle” just like it looks. They also spell it incorrectly. The “a” with the two dots in German is equal to “ae” in English. Therefore, Germans especially may think us to be rude or ignorant if we don’t make the effort to spell it correctly. However, for searching ability on this site and Google, I wanted to add all spellings to cover it all.
Spätzle Käse is the Austrian version with cheese, butter, and onion. However, Germans may cook it this way too.