Everyone can’t believe that this gluten free egg roll recipe isn’t really made with gluten. My husband, who still eats gluten, says they don’t taste any different than the ones he gets orders at PF Chang’s China Bistro. Make them in advance and freeze or serve the 20 – 22 this recipe makes, immediately.
Using my cookbook recipe testers favorite gluten free pizza dough, I made these wonderful soft gluten free breadsticks stuffed with Mozzarella cheese. You have the option to add gluten free pepperoni or other typical pizza toppings. I’ve included an excellent substitute for eggs.
Without the use of coconut flour, this gluten free Keto Mozzarella Sticks recipe gives new meaning to the low-carb diet. The recipe was perfected in multiple ways from seasoning to temperature of the cheese sticks and oil. Getting enough fat is the most difficult part of the keto diet. Here is a tasty solution. You can even fry them in advance to feed a crowd.
Christmas doesn’t have to be complicated. You can make these adorable Santa strawberries in minutes. Everyone will think they’re so cute! Show them that you thought of them enough to make something homemade and festive. Kids love making these too! I can picture these on waffles, pancakes, at a dessert table, or even a breakfast buffet.
One of the first questions I had when I began a gluten free diet was, “Is deli meat gluten free?” So many people assume it is because after all, it’s meat, right? It’s amazing what you’ll find used as a filler in deli meat. So, you must read labels carefully. Continue reading to learn my favorite brands.
If you’ve tried several different spinach and artichoke dip recipes and haven’t found one that you really enjoy, this is it – at least it is for me! Heat it up or not and serve with toasted slices of gluten free baguettes (store brand or homemade), gluten free crackers, or raw vegetables.
When you’re looking for something different to make for dinner, make these delicious gluten free chicken and bacon quesadillas in the oven or on the stovetop. The bacon and added spices make a healthy substitute for chorizo (no red dye, soy, or unwanted pork parts). Use traditional bacon or turkey bacon, as long as the brand is gluten free. Use brown or white meat chicken. Add your favorite quesadilla toppings or eat plain and you’re good to go!
Minus the sour cream, these loaded potato croquettes are addictive! I enjoy potato croquettes gluten free over traditional. They are like a French fry that everyone strives for but just can’t achieve. The crispness is like no other and the creamy center is divine. On the outside, they are between a French fry and a crispy egg roll. You’ll love them! You can choose from multiple dipping sauces or bottled sauces. All of the dipping sauce recipes are included as well. Continue reading “Potato Croquettes Gluten Free – Loaded”
If you haven’t tried sauteed edamame, you’re in for a treat. The beans themselves are not flavorful, but if you know how to cook them and have a great sauce recipe, they are delicious and actually addictive. It took me a couple of recipes to perfect this dish to match a restaurant version that I had tried, but now I can’t stop making and eating them! Continue reading “Sauteed Edamame – Gluten Free”
If you’re looking for a gluten free puff pastry dough that is free of gum yet is easy to handle, look no further. You can roll and shape this dough as you would any other puff pastry dough. In just 2 hours, you can make the dough of your dreams. I used it for a blueberry pie and my gluten-eating husband said that it was the best blueberry pie he has ever had. Continue reading “Gluten Free Puff Pastry Dough (Gum-Free)”