Without the use of bread, you can make this delicious gluten free eggnog apple bread pudding that bakes up in just 15 minutes. This recipe is holiday deliciousness you must experience. A unique bread pudding everyone will request year after year. Serve with ice cream for dessert or without for breakfast. Continue reading “Gluten Free Eggnog Apple Bread Pudding – Without Bread!”
Whipped porridge is a Finnish tradition and is normally made with farina (cream of wheat used to make cereal or pudding). Traditional versions contain homemade juice from tart berries like lingonberries, red currants, or cranberries. I chose readymade cranberry juice because cranberries are low in Ph but high in pectin, which provides stability/structure for whipping to hold its peaks. Meanwhile, gluten free whipped porridge is something you should try at least once. It’s definitely something kids will enjoy making. Continue reading “Gluten Free Whipped Porridge”
This naturally gluten free lemon curd recipe makes a wonderful filling for pies, tarts, and pastries. You can fill Gluten Free Puff Pastry to make delicious Gluten Free Danish. Gluten free lemon curd also makes a wonderful cake topping too. The ideas almost endless. The best part about this recipe is that it’s easy to make. Continue reading “Gluten Free Lemon Curd Recipe”
Yesterday, not knowing I’d need full-fat yogurt for a recipe I was making today, sparked the need to create a homemade dairy free yogurt recipe. This is a substitute recipe, not actually fermented yogurt. The results? Wow! It is the richest, creamiest yogurt that I have ever had! I used full-fat coconut milk and it was so easy and fast to make. Watch the video! Continue reading “Dairy-Free Yogurt Substitute Recipe – Yeast-Free – Helps Digestive Issues”
If you’re looking for a healthy gluten free dairy free snack, try chia coconut pudding. You can make the pudding sugar free if desired. Use your favorite sweetener. If you’re not dairy-free, you can even layer it with some Greek yogurt. However, dairy-free yogurt is also a good treat. Making chia coconut pudding takes less than five minutes. It’s that easy! Continue reading “Chia Coconut Pudding (Dairy-Free Sugar-Free)”
I’ve been converting some of my recipes to dairy free per many requests. The thing I would miss the most if I were 100% dairy free is pastry cream. That’s what I put in my favorite birthday cake, Gluten Free Boston Cream Pie. Last year I made Gluten Free Boston Cream Cupcakes for a picnic on the lake. This recipe tastes just as good! Continue reading “Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Pastry Cream – Egg-Free (Vanilla, Banana, or Almond)”
This is a small batch recipe for gluten free dairy free rice pudding sweetened with pure maple syrup. Usually, rice pudding is made with whole eggs. I made this omitting egg white. However, if you are allergic to whole eggs, use the easy substitution. This recipe is just as thick and perhaps richer than traditional rice pudding. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Rice Pudding Sweetened with Maple Syrup (Egg-Free Option)”
If you’re tired of your pastry cream tasting like flour or lumping when you make it, this is a must-make! Not only does this recipe create the perfect gluten free pastry cream, but it is so easy to make! Its rich and satiny texture is hard to resist. Your guests will surely be impressed. Serve this pastry cream as a sauce over unfrosted cakes, use as filling for cakes and cupcakes, like a custard, or use to fill pastries. They make homemade cream puffs and eclairs taste like a professional pastry chef made them. Turn this pastry cream into a sturdier and lighter filling by mixing with whipped cream.
Included, is an amazing dairy-free substitute for whole milk that turns out thicker than the dairy version. You will never need to add gelatin.
Pineapple curd is my go-to filling when I want lemon curd, due to my citrus allergy. It’s delicious and compliments coconut extremely well as they are both tropical. Use this pineapple curd in cakes, cupcakes, pies, tarts, cookies, and more. As you can see in the photo, pineapple also makes a great topping for pancakes. Continue reading “Gluten Free Pineapple Curd”
Making this gluten free vanilla souffle is not as difficult as everyone makes it out to be. Just follow the instructions, do not disturb the souffles while they are in the oven, and you’re as good as sitting down at the table with your impressed guests enjoying them. Fill with either gluten free pastry cream or chocolate ganache. Continue reading “Gluten Free Vanilla Souffle with Optional Pastry Cream or Chocolate Ganache Filling”