Whether you wish to make these no-bake gluten free granola bars dairy-free or not, they are truly addictive. Cut them into bite-size squares or three-bite squares. You’ll want to snack on them around the clock. We serve them as dessert. However, they are so good, that I had to freeze ours so I wouldn’t eat them all. Make the bars corn or rice-free. They’re drop the mic good!Continue reading “Chewy No-Bake Gluten Free Granola Bars – Corn & Dairy-Free”
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 as well. Enjoy! Continue reading “Soft Gluten-Free Egg-Free Vegan Pizza Crust (Dairy-Free)”
Whether you enjoy a gluten free cracker crust pizza or a gluten free thin crust pizza, or just plain gluten free crackers, this crust is absolutely perfect! Rolled out thinly, it cracks like a cracker. Rolled out just a tad thicker, it is the thinnest gluten free pizza crust you’ll find. You’ll never have soggy pizza crust again! You don’t need a grill to make it, just a pizza stone, or pizza pan or baking sheet (if that’s all you have), and your oven. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Cracker Pizza Crust (or Thin Crust) Recipe and Video (Crackers too)”
You may have seen my Low-Carb Gluten Free Roasted Breaded Cauliflower Recipe. In this new recipe, I thought, “Be damned a little more carbs! Using cauliflower in a side dish is low in carbs already!” I boosted the protein a little and instead of using Kraft canister Parmesan, I used fresh Parmigiano Reggiano. Oh my! What a difference these two changes made! It’s addictive!
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One of my Facebook followers requested a savory ring recipe. I decided to create this gluten free crescent breakfast ring. I added bacon. Choose between two dough recipes and either scrambled or hard boiled eggs. You can also add cheese. This recipe is perfect for using up leftover meat, eggs, and veggies. You can even hide bacon under the puff pastry as you see in the photo or add mouthwatering sausage. It’s absolutely delicious! Continue reading “Gluten Free Puff Pastry Breakfast Ring (Bacon, Sausage, Ham, or Veggie)”
Moist devil’s food cake is one of those desserts that you say you’re just going to have one bite, but you end up finishing the entire piece. This cake is no different, even when made dairy-free. It was rated highly by my recipe testers for my upcoming cookbook, “Carla’s Best 125 Gluten Free Recipes“. See the Tips section for a chocolate version.
I love cooking with broccoli as there is little prep work to do. You just trim the ends, cut it up, and it’s good to go. I hate peeling! I often find myself in the kitchen wishing I had a sous-che
f (second in command to the chef) to help me. Continue reading “Super Skinny Cream of Broccoli Soup”
I turned my Fluffy Gluten Free Biscuits into a heavenly delight! I can’t wait to share these with my gluten-eating friends! They make an impressive presentation for brunch. If you have any house guests you’d like to impress this weekend, give them a try. They aren’t much more effort than making biscuits and bacon. Enjoy and happy New Year! Continue reading “Gluten Free Bacon Wrapped Biscuit Sticks”
White kidney beans may be difficult to find in your local store, but you can use any white beans to make this flavorful chicken chili. I don’t know what it is about this recipe, but I am addicted to it! It has just the right amount of everything…garlic, sweetness, tang, broth, and heat. I’ve made this about three times now, but I kept forgetting to share it with you until now. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have. It’s so easy because you use canned beans! (I buy from Vitacost.com. I recently bought some for half off!) Continue reading “Easy Gluten Free White Bean and Chicken Chili”
Butter and brown sugar make these cookies chewy and moist. Hermit cookies are so named because they can be stored for long periods due to their moisture level. They are packed with raisins, dates, and nuts, which adds to their chewiness and texture. Can you imagine what they’d taste like? Get ready, start baking gluten free hermit cookies! Continue reading “Gluten Free Hermit Cookies Without Molasses”