Choose between the hazelnut praline paste and homemade Nutella recipe. They are both rich and delicious, much better than Nutella! I provide you with two methods to remove the skins from the hazelnuts. Use the hazelnut praline paste in the frosting for my upcoming Gluten Free Salted Caramel Popcorn Cake. The Nutella spread is perfect for toast or other desserts. Continue reading Gluten Free Hazelnut Praline Paste or Nutella Recipe
These soft, light gluten free red pepper rolls were such a pleasant surprise for us. I don’t use the word phenomenal very often, but it’s the only word that truly describes these rolls. Both the flavor and texture are pretty incredible. If you’re not a hot and spicy person, I’ve added sun dried tomatoes as … Continue reading Soft & Light Gluten Free Red Pepper Rolls
Using your favorite chiles, green or red, mild or spicy, canned or fresh, you can make this divine gluten free corn bread recipe that everyone will rave about! The old saying bacon makes everything better is not quite accurate for this corn bread. Why? Because there are many other ingredients added to make it even … Continue reading Gluten Free Loaded Bacon Chile Corn Bread
Avoid the fat-laden, deep-fried jelly donuts and make these baked gluten free mini jelly donuts instead! They’re yeast-raised. Then, fill them with your favorite gluten free jam and top with confectioners’ sugar. I include an alternative cream cheese filling recipe, as well. Try a savory filling for a unique twist.
There are two types of babka (pronounced bob kuh): the Polish version, which is a sweet dessert-like bread, and this one, closer to the Jewish version that is more of a bread than a dessert, or maybe smack dab in the middle. This buttery gluten free chocolate babka is filled with chocolate glaze and is topped … Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Babka with Streusel Topping
This small batch of gluten free egg free churro bites is the result of over a dozen attempts to perfect the perfect gluten free vegan donut. These little balls of deliciousness are addictive. They remind me of the texture of traditional sugar donuts, light and airy. Even the outside is the same texture.
You’d think that adding peanut butter or almond butter along with bananas to pancake batter would make them too heavy to enjoy. Not these pancakes! With the perfect balance of leavener, these gluten free peanut butter pancakes are delightful.
That’s all I can ask is, “Where have gluten free chicken and waffles been all my life?” They make such a delicious combination! I used my Classic Waffle Recipe which is lighter than traditional waffles. Oh my! I literally have no words other than “Yum!”
I used this gluten free chocolate chip muffin recipe to make mini as well as standard-sized muffins. They turned out super light and moist. I couldn’t have been more pleased. Enjoy!
I learned about empty tomb rolls (aka resurrection rolls) this Easter. They’re delicious and fun to make. Kids love to make them because the center literally disappears. It makes a great science project as well. My husband and I enjoy their cinnamon flavor and biscuit texture. You have to try them!