When I was growing up as a child, our eldest sister used to give every person in our family a See’s Easter egg. I loved the ones filled with chocolate ganache and walnuts. My husband is a rocky roader-lover. So, I decided to make them rocky road-style for him. You can easily omit the marshmallows if desired. Meanwhile, they pretty easy to make. It just takes time for me the chocolate to set. I hope you enjoy this recipe. They make nice Easter gifts. I’m heading over to my neighbor with one right now. Continue reading Gluten Free Rocky Road Easter Eggs
I shared a microwave caramel recipe on Facebook from Spend with Pennies. I had a couple of people ask me for a corn-free recipe. Here it is, along with a video showing how you can make it! It’s so easy to make in the microwave! Enjoy. Continue reading Corn Free Caramel Recipe in the Microwave (Naturally Gluten Free)
Watch this video to learn how to make corn free caramel in the microwave. The recipe is naturally gluten free. It does not contain any corn syrup or corn ingredients of any kind. It’s so easy to make! Watch the below video and then get the recipe: Caramel Without Corn Syrup.
I know that many of you have allergies to corn or prefer to avoid it. This gluten free red licorice recipe is also corn free. That’s right; no corn syrup! Make it using cherry, strawberry, or both flavorings. It’s absolutely delicious and the closest thing I can get to Red Vines without corn. I’m sure you’ll … Continue reading Gluten-Free Corn-Free Red Licorice Recipe and Video
I love chocolate turtles! I haven’t had one since about 1999. Making these homemade turtles were fun, as this was the first time I made them. There are plenty of different ways to make them. You can use chopped pecans, pecan halves, as well as whole pecans. I used roasted coffee beans for the heads, … Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Turtles
Fresh apples in red, yellow, or green coated with glass-like, candy coating always brings a smile to children’s faces. Learn how to make a candy coating that almost looks like tempered chocolate. Be sure to use gluten free food coloring.
While experimenting with gelatin in a couple of recipes (jam and other desserts), I’ve learned how to make gumdrops! I hope you enjoy this recipe. Not only is it a way for you to ensure that you are consuming gluten free gumdrops, but you can make them with natural, gluten free food coloring, too, if … Continue reading Gluten Free Gumdrop Recipe
Learn how to make chocolate curls like a professional baker, or even better. The chocolate is easier to work with because of the added shortening. Get the chocolate to the correct temperature and curl away!
Spring time weather is nearing summer temperatures in California. These cold chocolate peanut butter clusters are perfect for hot day. The best part about them is there is no baking involved. Therefore, they’re ready in no time.
Whether you are making my Traditional Gluten Free Truffle Recipe or the Sugar-Free Mashed Potato Truffle Recipe, this spicy seasoning is the perfect addition in which to roll them. My favorite gluten free chocolate is Dagoba’s Xocolatl. It contains chili powder. The combination of chili and chocolate is out of this world as are truffles rolled … Continue reading Spicy Gluten Free Truffles