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.
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. … Continue reading Gluten Free Dairy Free Candy Melts Substitute Recipe (Corn-Free Options)
While a traditional nut brittle recipe contains the nuts within the brittle, this recipe is topped with nuts and then chocolate. You may make it the traditional way by adding the nuts to the brittle mixture using the instructions in the tip section, if desired. Meanwhile, this nut brittle will have everyone in one those … Continue reading Chocolate Nut Brittle Recipe: Without Corn, if Desired
This recipe makes soft and chewy, gluten-free caramels. You can wrap them individually to eat as candy, or use them in baking such as Gluten Free Slated Caramel Cashew Cookies. They are so buttery that they melt in your mouth.
Sugar-free chocolate can be expensive, and if you have to find a safe gluten-free brand on top it, it can be even more difficult. With this gluten-free sugar-free chocolate recipe, you can make dark chocolate or chocolate ganache. If you are also on a dairy-free diet, you can still make both. For dairy-free ganache, instead of using … Continue reading Gluten-Free Sugar-Free Dairy-Free Chocolate Recipe
This is a very old fashioned caramel fudge recipe that has been passed around a lot, but I have made it much easier to make. If you’ve ever made it and run into problems with the sugar clumping as in this example or worse completely hardening where you couldn’t even stir it anymore, then this recipe … Continue reading Easy Gluten Free Caramel Fudge Recipe (Corn-Free)
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, I thought you’d enjoy this easy recipe for gluten free chocolate covered strawberries. You surely can save quite a bit of money making them yourself, and there is so many different and fun ways to decorate and display them. The only things you’ll need for this recipe are strawberries and … Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Super Bowl Sunday is approaching! A football theme is typical for a Super Bowl party, but why not make it more decadent with gluten free truffles shaped similar to or exactly like footballs? For coating your truffles, you should use a good quality chocolate versus chocolate morsels or chips, as chips contain ingredients to help them … Continue reading Gluten Free Truffles Footballs for Superbowl
It’s not only trick or treat time for the kids, but us adults desire treats, as well. Imagine sweetened cream cheese, pumpkin, and graham crackers. What do you get? Pumpkin cheesecake! Then wrap them in chocolate and you get heaven in ball! Alternatively, instead of using ground gluten free graham crackers you can ground chocolate cookies. … Continue reading Gluten Free Pumpkin Cheesecake Filled Chocolates
Needing some gluten free almond paste for an upcoming recipe that I’m creating, I decided to make my own. Though you may grind your own blanch almonds, which I did, you will find that most blanched almond flour has a smoother texture than freshly ground almonds from a food processor. I chose to use agave … Continue reading Gluten Free Almond Paste and Gluten Free Marzipan