Several manufacturers make similar traditional cookies like Signature Select, Great Value, and Nabisco calls theirs “Pinwheels”. This gluten free fudge marshmallow cookies recipe is comprised of a crunch chocolate cookie, topped with marshmallows, and covered in chocolate. I prefer these cookies over See’s Candies marshmallow treats, which says a lot. The cookie is the key! Enjoy!
Perhaps you’ve had tres leche cake? Tres leche means “three milk” in Spanish. Traditionally, a sponge or butter cake is soaked in three types of milk, whole milk or heavy cream, sweetened condensed milk, and evaporated milk. However, this gluten free eggnog leche cake recipe is a step up calls for fewer ingredients. Did I forget to mention it’s delicious? It is! Continue reading “Gluten Free Eggnog Leche Cake (Dairy-Free & Sugar-Free Options)”
Make this gluten free pecan shortbread cookie recipe or regular pecan cookies. Whether you dip them in chocolate or not, they are simply delicious. The shortbread variation makes cookies similar to the famous Pecan Sandies. The regular cookie is less rich than shortbread, which makes them perfect candidates for dipping in the chocolate of your choice. Continue reading “Gluten Free Pecan Shortbread Cookies Recipe (aka Pecan Sandies)”
Without the use of bread, you can make this delicious gluten free eggnog apple bread pudding that bakes up in just 15 minutes. This recipe is holiday deliciousness you must experience. A unique bread pudding everyone will request year after year. Serve with ice cream for dessert of without for breakfast. Continue reading “Gluten Free Eggnog Apple Bread Pudding – Without Bread!”
When I saw the gluten version of this gluten free chocolate chip pecan scone recipe, I just had to create a gluten free version. The scones may be made dairy free (as I did), vegan, or with dairy. No matter which way you make them, they are rich and delicious. Serve at a holiday brunch, Sunday brunch, or just because. I made them in advance for Thanksgiving breakfast as they freeze well. Their most texture and rich flavor make them a raving hit! Continue reading “Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Pecan Scones (Dairy Free, Dairy, or Vegan)”
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”
There are a number of things you can do with cream puffs. They range from filling them with sweet fillings for dessert to savory fillings for appetizers to garnishes on cake. I am using these gluten free red velvet cream puffs to create a croquembouche (a cone-shaped tree with a crunchy caramel). Join me on this adventure by making the cream puffs today. They can easily be frozen. Look for the next recipe, my Gluten Free Croquembouche! Continue reading “Gluten Free Red Velvet Cream Puffs – Pate a Choux”
Tahchin is a Persian/Iranian creamy (traditionally dairy-based), baked saffron rice dish. The top of this gluten free dairy free rice dish is crunchy on top. The recipe traditionally calls for whole milk yogurt. For those who are dairy-free, you can make gluten free dairy free saffron rice without the need to go out and purchase dairy-free yogurt, you can make dairy free tahchin/ baked saffron rice. Give it a try with traditional yogurt, store-bought dairy-free yogurt, or super easy homemade yogurt. The results are nothing less than incredible. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Saffron Rice (Tahchin or Tachin)”