Making a sweet and salty snack has never been easier. Using just four ingredients, you can make a nutty-tasting, chewy caramel-like dessert bar with Skor bar bits inside and on top. They’re like Rice Krispy Treats but so much better! Kids of all ages, including adults, love them. Cut them smaller and serve them like you would expensive chocolates.
Popular first in the St. Louis area, and now around the country, the gluten free version of Ooey Gooey Butter Cake is now a thing. I never thought I would enjoy something so sweet, but I love it more than cookie dough! This dessert has a chewy crust at the bottom with chewy crisp edges that everyone will fight over. There is a thin crust on the top and the cream cheese filling is gooey, and a bit like cheesecake but a little softer and sweeter. It’s a rich dessert, but it’s so scrumptious, that it’s hard to stop at one piece.
Whether you wish to make these no-bake gluten free granola bars dairy-free or not, they are truly addictive. Cut them into bite-size squares or three-bite squares. You’ll want to snack on them around the clock. We serve them as dessert. However, they are so good, that I had to freeze ours so I wouldn’t eat them all. Make the bars corn or rice-free. They’re drop the mic good!
Without the use of white refined starch or gums, the almond crust for this gluten free lemon bar mug dessert recipe is reminiscent of cookie dough. The filling is just like your favorite lemon bars but can be made in the microwave in a few seconds. The crust is also made in the microwave under 1 minute. This is a must-make gluten free recipe and perfect for portion control. There are no leftovers to tempt you! Choose between strawberry, blueberry, and lemon bars. Continue reading “Gluten Free Lemon Bar Mug Dessert with Almond Cookie Dough Crust (or Strawberry or Blueberry)”
Want to cut back on fat and sugar? These low-fat gluten-free brownies will help you along the way so that you can still fit dessert into your diet. They’re moist and flavorful! No one would ever guess they are reduced calorie brownies.
It’s extremely important to be able to make recipes in advance when you have guests, especially dessert. When those guests stay overnight, it’s even more important. So, you’ll love this idea of making half a recipe of gluten free brownies in advance and then topping them with two flavors of ice cream or more laborious white chocolate and milk chocolate mousse. There are some easy tricks to boost up the wow factor of the gluten free brownie ice cream cake too! Continue reading “Gluten Free Brownie Ice Cream or Mousse Cake”
A full batch of gluten free brownies made in the microwave. Made allergen-free, they do not contain egg, dairy, and more. They’re simple and easy to make. These brownies are perfect for a late night snack or last-minute guest(s). They’re delicious! The texture is perfect and you don’t taste eggy like most microwaved brownies and mug cakes. You can check out the same recipe in a single serving, Gluten Free Brownie Mug Recipe along with its video. Continue reading “Gluten Free Microwave Brownies (Full Batch)”
Make this gluten free mug brownie in the microwave. It only takes about 5 minutes to throw together and only one minute to cook. Add chocolate chips or nuts to the batter if desired. It’s a wonderful recipe to make when the craving hits and you need something right now! Continue reading “Gluten Free Mug Brownie (Gum-Free Allergen-Free)”