Gluten Free English Muffin Microwave Recipe (Cinnamon-Raisin Option)

Gluten Free English Muffin Made in a Micrwoave

In five minutes you can be on your way to having a wonderful breakfast or snack. This microwave gluten free English muffin can be made with oat or rice flour or a combination of both. Oat is my favorite as it is flavorful. Add your favorite gluten free¬†jam or nut spread and you’re good to go! You can even use this as a bread substitute for sandwiches or burgers. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free English Muffin Microwave Recipe (Cinnamon-Raisin Option)”

Gluten Free Rainbow Pasta

Gluten Free Rainbow Pasta Using Gel Coloring

Whether you want to treat your child, grandchild, neighbor‚Äôs kids, or yourself to a color explosion, this gluten free rainbow pasta can do the trick. The method of making rainbow pasta depends upon the food coloring that¬†you decide to use. Use gluten free gel food coloring to produce vibrant colors, natural food coloring for more muted colors, or liquid for in between. They all work a bit differently. Read on to learn brands of gluten free food coloring and which method to use for the type you choose. Continue reading “Gluten Free Rainbow Pasta”

Dairy-Free Yogurt Substitute Recipe – Yeast-Free – Helps Digestive Issues

Dairy Free Yogurt Substitute Homemade

Yesterday, not knowing I’d need full-fat yogurt for a recipe I was making today, sparked the need to¬†create a homemade¬†dairy free yogurt recipe. This is a¬†substitute recipe, not actually fermented yogurt. The results? Wow! It is the richest, creamiest yogurt that I have ever had! I used full-fat coconut milk and it was so easy and fast to make. Watch the video! Continue reading “Dairy-Free Yogurt Substitute Recipe – Yeast-Free – Helps Digestive Issues”

Gluten Free Grilled Cheese with Ham & Schar Gluten Free White Bread

Gluten Free Grilled Cheese & Ham

In this classic gluten free¬†grilled cheese sandwich, I added ham. My¬†husband loved it! I enjoy grilled cheese with gluten free bread more than with traditional bread. Make this sandwich plain¬†or with ham or bacon for breakfast or lunch. Serve with fruit or a small salad and you’re good to go!¬†Check out the brands of ham and bread I used and be sure to read my tip too! Continue reading “Gluten Free Grilled Cheese with Ham & Schar Gluten Free White Bread”

Gluten Free Enchilada Casserole with Cabbage, Ground Turkey & Rice

Gluten Free Cabbage Casserole Mexican Style

Without the use of tortillas, this gluten free casserole contains all of the flavors of enchiladas. Its sauce leaves everything moist and the cheese topping adds additional flavor. What makes this recipe easy is that it is made in one skillet for easy cleanup! What makes this recipe smart is the addition of cabbage; a great way to get picky eaters to consume more veggies. Continue reading “Gluten Free Enchilada Casserole with Cabbage, Ground Turkey & Rice”

Chia Coconut Pudding (Dairy-Free Sugar-Free)

Dairy-Free Chia Coconut Pudding

If you’re looking for a healthy gluten free dairy free snack, try chia coconut pudding. You can make the pudding sugar free if desired. Use your favorite sweetener. If you’re not dairy-free, you can even layer it with some Greek yogurt. However, dairy-free yogurt is also a good treat. Making chia coconut pudding takes less than five minutes. It’s that easy! Continue reading “Chia Coconut Pudding (Dairy-Free Sugar-Free)”

Fruit Glaze Recipe + Sauce + Condiment (Gluten, Corn, and Allergen-Free) + Cheesecake

Homemade Fruit Glaze

Whether you wish to make a fruit glaze for tarts or a swirled cake, this gluten free fruit glaze recipe works perfectly. You can even turn it into a sauce for plating desserts. I enjoy making a sauce and then adding savory ingredients like garlic powder and ginger powder to use as a condiment instead of ketchup. How you will you use this recipe. Comment below to let me know. Continue reading “Fruit Glaze Recipe + Sauce + Condiment (Gluten, Corn, and Allergen-Free) + Cheesecake”

Easy Gluten Free Ham and Cheese Scones

Gluten Free Ham & Cheese Scones with Chives

How can you go wrong with the use of buttery scones containing ham and cheese? They are even better than my raved about Gluten Free Cheddar Garlic Biscuits! This recipe for gluten free ham and cheese scones may be served plain or sliced open with a basted egg and roasted veggies (just an idea). I’m looking forward to making these for my next brunch gathering. Make this recipe either potato or corn free, if desired.

Check out the video! It shows the non-preheated skillet/non-crunchy crust version. Continue reading “Easy Gluten Free Ham and Cheese Scones”