Moist and tender gluten free KFC-style popcorn chicken that will disappear quickly. So, be sure to make a large batch. Use one of the three suggested dipping sauces. Perfect for an everyday meal, party, picnic, and more. Continue reading “Gluten Free KFC-Style Popcorn Chicken”
While in New Orleans, celebrating my friend’s and my milestone birthday, we dined at Brennan’s, an upscale restaurant in the French Quarter. They were named Best Restaurant 2016 in New Orleans Magazine. Their recipes and service are nothing less than amazing. Brennan’s shares their Seafood and Gumbo recipe, which I have converted to a smaller batch of gluten free seafood gumbo. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Seafood Gumbo (Brennan’s Copycat)”
Inspired by Famous Dave’s Hot Fudge Kahula Brownies, these gluten-free Kahlua brownies (made with coffee liqueur, gum-free, no starch added) have everything you need in a brownie. You can top these gluten free brownies with chopped walnuts, just like Dave’s, or not. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Kahlua Brownies – Copyat Famous Dave’s Hot Fudge”
Mildly spiced or super hot, these exceptionally flavorful gluten free battered curly fries don’t have to be made curly. Use a standard cut if desired. Pople say they taste like Arby’s curly fries. I’ve included the deep-fried battered and baked versions. Enjoy!
I call these “Batter Fries for Battered Husbands” because I rewarded my husband with them for working in 100ºF weather putting up our new fence. He loves that phrase! I think it made him feel appreciated. I need to do that more often! Continue reading “Gluten Free Battered Curly Fries (aka Battered Fries for Battered Husbands)”
It’s crazy how inexpensive this cake is to make, not to mention delicious. I bought the can of gluten free apple pie filling at Dollar Tree for $1, the copycat mix is only a little over $2 to make at home, and then throw in water, butter, eggs, and vanilla. Where can you get a buttery gluten free cake for that price? You have to try it! I’ve included dairy free substitutes. Continue reading “Gluten Free Apple Custard Cake (Using Betty Crocker Yellow Cake Mix Copycat or Real) (Dairy-Free Options)”
So many of my followers have been enjoying the new Udi’s Gluten Free Soft White Sandwich Bread that I thought I would make a copycat recipe. My husband really enjoys it for toast and for sandwiches. This bread is designed to make sandwiches in advance and the bread remains soft and fresh. It is wonderful to toast as well. (This recipe calls for Expandex.) Keep in mind that while this bread is denser compared to my other gluten free bread recipes, you can leave it on the counter and it will remain fresh for at least two days. Check out the texture in this video! Continue reading “Udi’s Gluten Free Soft White Sandwich Bread Copycat Recipe”
I had a member email me requesting a copycat recipe for Tate’s Chocolate Chip Cookies. Not until I made them did I discover that there are actually Tate’s Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies on the market. Tate’s cookies are extremely popular in the South Hamptons and are sold at the Tate’s Bake Shop, well known from coast to coast. I’ve never tasted them, but these cookies are crisp on the bottom and around the edges and buttery inside. I hope you enjoy them. Barb, I hope your grandson enjoys these just as much! Continue reading “Tate’s Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies Copycat Recipe (Dairy-Free Options)”
Interested in making homemade gluten free bread that doesn’t crumble or stale easily in your boxed lunch? You can probably get away with using my Copycat Schar Gluten Free Bread Recipe for the Oven in your bread machine. However, this bread machine recipe forms a dough ball much easier than the oven version. I used this Breadman machine with a gluten free setting, but you can probably make it successfully on the longest baking bread cycle, even with a double rise, in a standard machine. Meanwhile, this is a delicious, moist bread. Continue reading “Schar Gluten Free Multigrain Bread Recipe for Bread Machine (Copycat)”
I noticed that Slice Pizzeria, a restaurant in New Orleans, uses King Arthur Gluten Free Bread and Pizza Mix to make their pizza crusts. So, I got to work and created a copycat King Arthur Gluten Free Bread and Pizza Mix recipe. Make this mix at a fraction of the cost of its original, which goes for about $7 per box plus shipping and $27 for a pack of 3 on Amazon. Each box makes one bread or two 12 – 14-inch pizza crusts. Add as little as two ingredients to the mix to make your favorite yeast dough, even dairy-free! Continue reading “King Arthur Gluten Free Bread and Pizza Mix Copycat Recipe (Additive-Free)”
New Grounds Food makes Eat Your Coffee Energy Bars. They are caffeinated bars that contain healthy gluten free and vegan ingredients. I’ve created my own version, starting with the Mocha Latte flavor. Personally, I don’t drink coffee but love these bars. The coffee doesn’t upset my stomach like liquid coffee usually does. Plus, their delicious!
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