Using homemade gluten free vanilla wafers, graham crackers, or my one-step graham cracker crust that bakes like a pie crust, you can make these delicious gluten free banana cheesecake bars.
Need a pick me up and a fudgy chocolate fix? A celebrity chef used to sell 1,000 of a similar gluten brownie each week. Why? Because they are fudgy, the coffee it contains not only provides a boost but enhances the chocolate flavor, and they are packed with walnuts and chocolate chips. These gluten free pick me up brownies are no different and also have a dense texture typical of fudge. They do, however, differ from most gluten free brownies because they do not contain gum or added starch such as tapioca, potato, corn, or arrowroot. Maybe you’ll decide to sell them too! Continue reading “Gluten Free Pick-Me-Up Brownies (No Gum or Added Starch)”
If you’re looking for an easy and fast gluten free dessert, these gluten free peanut butter chocolate squares with deconstructed graham cracker crust are amazing! They’re rich. So, be sure to serve them in small amounts. It’ll be one of those ‘got milk?’ moments! Continue reading “No Bake Gluten Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Squares or Rounds”
I bake a lot! Believe me. I know what is fantastic and this is it! If you enjoy strawberry desserts and cheesecake, you’ll enjoy this more than strawberry cheesecake. It’s creamy and lighter and has much more strawberry filling. So dig in and enjoy!
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It only takes 15 minutes to bake this flavorful crust and the rest of this scrumptious recipe is no-bake. You can use ready-made fillings or homemade. I even provide suggestions for a fifth layer! This summer deliciousness can be only minutes away. However, you can enjoy it throughout the year. Continue reading “Gluten Free Four-Layer Dessert with Flavor Variations”
Whether you call these delights gluten free skillet brownies, soft baked giant cookie, or a cookie cake (like Mrs. Fields), they are delicious. They are higher than a cookie, lower than brownies, and taste like brownies; just superb! Bake them in multiple size pans and skillets. Continue reading “Gluten Free Skillet Double Chocolate Brownies”
When I have my family over, they usually request that I make Chocolate Almond Brittle and Gluten Free Graham Crackers. They’re all gluten-eaters! As we all get older, brittle gets stick in our teeth, though it never stops me! So, as a substitute, I created a similar recipe to the chocolate brittle using graham crackers. You can use any nuts you desire. I’ve chosen walnuts today, as they’re my favorite. You can omit the nuts altogether and substitute them with a sprinkle of vanilla bean flake sea salt. It gives it that chocolate-covered pretzel vibe. Enjoy! Continue reading “Chocolate Covered Gluten Free Graham Crackers”
Macaroons are so easy to make, and they’re naturally gluten free. Coconut is naturally moist, and with added sugar, they turn out extremely moist, creating the perfect coconut macaroons…a true pleasure. Continue reading “Coconut Macaroons (Naturally Gluten Free)”
Everyone loves lemon bars, so I thought why not make cherry bars? Cherry desserts are my hubby’s favorite. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Cherry Bars”
I made this back in February when it was National Cream Cheese Brownie Day. I’m not making this up. Seriously! Such a day exists. However, I don’t need an excuse to combine two of my favorite foods, cream cheese and chocolate. Have the best of both worlds, gluten-free brownies with a simple cream cheese topping and swirls of chocolate on top. Continue reading “Gluten Free Cream Cheese Brownies”