Flavored with garlic and thyme, this combination of ingredients is incredible. It will convert any kale hater! The sweetness of the sweet potatoes, caramelized onions, and balsamic vinegar couple with garlic and the spice of pepper, salt, and thyme all hide the fact that you eating kale. They all contribute to the complex flavors. Yet, the ingredients are so basic. Serve this dish warm, at room temperature, or chilled.
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I took my gluten free apple cake recipe, which is like a sliceable danish in itself, and turned it into individual portioned easy gluten free Danish pastries. I filled mine with sweetened almond filling, topped with fresh blueberries. See the numerous suggestions including apple and sweetened cream cheese, another fave of mine.
Just by using a little wild rice, you can add a nutty flavor to your dishes. This gluten free cranberry and/or blueberry wild rice may be used as a side dish or to stuff any bird such as chicken, turkey, and my favorite, cornish game hens. I recently served this as a side dish with chicken …
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There’s more to port than just sipping it while eating chocolate. I created a recipe that both my husband and I enjoyed. I made a creamy port sauce with sauteed onions over fried chicken fillets. Absolutely delicious! Why? Because it is so flavorful! A little sweet, savory, salty, peppery…hmmmm! Enjoy!
When I think of mudslides, I think of the chocolate and coffee cocktail that my sister and daughter once shared. It brings back good memories and times of celebration. While these gluten free mudslide cookies do not contain alcohol, they are something to celebrate. They are fine restaurant quality cookies and have the same wonderful flavors …
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This is my latest and greatest version of gluten free pita bread. It’s easy to make on a baking sheet versus the pizza stone that I used in my first Gluten Free Pita Bread Recipe (which some people had trouble with). In this recipe, you may use dairy or dairy-free ingredients. They are soft and delicious!
Making this chewy chocolate covered cherry cookies recipe is much easier than you can imagine. There’s no need to dip them in chocolate. Everything bakes together in the oven in one simple step. Rich chocolate cookies topped with maraschino cherries and covered in chocolate caramel. They make exquisite gifts (especially for a chocolate covered cherry-lover), present for …
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This southern favorite is a surprise because when you taste it, you would never think that it was made in a microwave. Unlike other mug cake recipe, including ones made with gluten, tend to be a little gummy. Not this one! It tastes like your favorite red velvet cake! All made without egg or artificial coloring. …
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The raved about Gluten Free Banana Pancakes Recipe just became healthier and even more flavorful! This gluten free cinnamon banana buckwheat pancakes recipe makes a delicious breakfast that everyone, including gluten-eaters, will gobble up. Buckwheat flour is optional.
I’ve been married for over 37 years. So, I have tried several different methods and recipes for mashed potatoes. It wasn’t until recently when I made a recipe using organic yellow potatoes that I realized they are the best potatoes to use for mashed potatoes. They are simply creamier. You can even leave their thin skin on. I love that! It cuts down on the prep time so much! Continue reading “Creamy Yellow Mashed Potatoes”