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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 enjoy it as well. See the below video for the firmest texture and below the video for the recipe. 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, but you can use pecans. Meanwhile, enjoy these luscious candies or give them as gifts. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chocolate Turtles”
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 desired. I hope you enjoy this easy gluten free gumdrop recipe! 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! Continue reading “How to Make Chocolate Curls”
While having a Twinkie pan to make this gluten free Twinkie recipe is wonderful to recreate the traditional shape, you can make in any small pans. You may use mini cake pans, if you already have them. Just be sure to adjust the baking time if needed. Continue reading “Gluten Free Twinkie Recipe”
You may find it difficult to find gluten free dairy free candy melts as most contain dairy. In addition, it is hard to find gluten free dairy free white chocolate to coat cake pops or truffles. Wilton’s does make one that is gluten free, but not dairy-free. To learn more about Wilton gluten free products, see discussion here from 2011. However, the recipe below works well as a substitute. If you have corn allergies, consider using Lyle’s Golden Syrup or gluten-free brown rice syrup, such as Lundberg brand instead of corn syrup. They will just turn out a bit darker in color. Meanwhile, I hope you find this recipe useful. Continue reading “Gluten Free Dairy Free Candy Melts Substitute Recipe (Corn-Free Options)”