I had put off developing a soft gluten free dinner rolls recipe, for too long. So, I made it a priority, and I am so glad that I did! I am not a big bread eater, but I just cannot stop myself with these rolls! They are not grainy at all. They are something my husband loves during the holiday, and I was certainly not going to make him rolls with gluten! When he got home he gobbled up many. Since they’re so easy to make, I’ll have to make another batch of these super soft gluten free dinner rolls! Enjoy! Continue reading “Soft Gluten Free Dinner Rolls Recipe”
A culinary student made and served these ravioli to her class. They enjoyed them better than their gluten versions. Fill them with beef or your favorite ravioli filling, cheese or creamy butternut squash (from this gluten free ravioli recipe). I like to use this recipe for fried ravioli. You can learn how one of my recipe testers served this, as well.
I made this tri-tip roast recipe with gluten-free gravy right before I left last week to take care of my father. Now that it’s fall, it’s time for some comfort food, and with Dad terminally ill, I surely needed the comfort. Plus, the tri-tip roast was on sale and I couldn’t pass up the bargain. I like roast because it lasts for more than one meal in our house since it’s just the two of us. And this left my hubby plenty of food in the freezer to tied him over while I was gone. He found it comforting, too, since I was leaving. Not to mention, this tri-tip roast recipe is very flavorful! Enjoy. Continue reading “Tri-Tip Roast Recipe with Gluten Free Gravy”
This is my all time favorite potato salad recipe and potato side dish. My sister started making this about 30 years ago. She hasn’t been able to find the recipe, but did recall the ingredients. Instead of using all-purpose flour, as in a traditional German hot potato salad recipe, I used potato starch. I can’t remember the last time I made this and have lost the recipe, as well. What makes this recipe stand apart from other German Hot Potato Salad recipes is that the apple cider vinegar, combined with celery seed and a little bacon grease. Our entire family loves this recipe so much, we must have had it for about 20 straight years with our Christmas ham (with very few exceptions). It’s hard to believe Christmas is just 3 months away! I had to wing it on the quantities, but it tastes just like I remember – oh so good! Of course, I was always known for increasing the bacon and almost doubling the sauce. What are holidays for, right? This time I made it as the old recipe called for, as I just had 4 slices of bacon. That is actually what precipitated me making this dish. I did increase the sauce, however. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free German Hot Potato Salad”
This is my version of Hershey’s “Perfectly Chocolate” Chocolate Cake. This gluten free chocolate cake recipe; however, is moister. I knew it would be a very moist cake just by reading the recipe. That’s the way my husband and I like our chocolate cake, rich and very moist! I told him that I was going to call this my chocolate mud cake; however, mud cakes are traditionally very gooey. I wish you were here to help us eat this huge cake! Continue reading “Gluten Free Chocolate Cake”
Frittata is naturally gluten-free, depending upon the filling. These little muffins are ideal because you can make them healthy, vegetarian, cheesy and more! They would be great to make over the weekend so that you can have breakfast ready for you before you head on out the door on weekday mornings. In addition, they make a wonderful and attractive dish for your guests, whether it is breakfast, brunch or lunch! If you have a mini muffin pan you can even make adorable appetizers! Whether low-carb or low-sodium, they definitely can be made gluten-free! Continue reading “Gluten Free Frittata Muffins”
If you are looking for an easy breakfast casserole dish, this is it. It makes a perfect breakfast for a crowd simply by doubling or multiplying the ingredients. Bring it to a potluck or serve at a holiday brunch. Continue reading “Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole”
Who doesn’t like au gratin potatoes, right? You can make this dish with milk, cream, half & half, a combination thereof, or a milk substitute. If you’re dairy free you can use a cheese substitute. For vegan or dairy-free use a cheese and milk substitute. This gluten free au gratin potatoes recipe is made without any flour at all. Enjoy!
Frittata is typically an Italian recipe, but you can make any type of frittata you wish. Frittata is similar to a quiche without the crust. This particular potato frittata is very satisfying, and very flavorful with the added pepperoni. Kids love the idea of a pizza pie, but frittata is an adult favorite, as well. You can substitute other sausages for this recipe. There are ways of lowering the fat and sodium content, which I discuss in this article. Frittata recipes make an inexpensive Sunday brunch or dinner along with a vegetable or salad. Continue reading “Potato Frittata with Pepperoni”
I was watching Paula Deen the other day and her son was on her show and made stuffed strawberries with cream cheese and powdered sugar. I made them, too, as a gluten free sugar-free recipe! I can’t think of anything that I would enjoy more on a hot summer day, and did! I had so much fun testing this recipe using different sweeteners. I didn’t care for them with agave but enjoyed them with powdered sugar and stevia. Surprisingly, I liked these strawberries better with stevia. I hope you enjoy these, too! Continue reading “Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries – Gluten Free Sugar Free!”