Delicious and moist Italian meatballs wrapped in bacon make the most delicious appetizer. You can serve this gluten free bacon wrapped meatballs to anyone, gluten-free or not. They are the appetizer of the year! Continue reading “Gluten Free Bacon Wrapped Meatballs Appetizers”
If you’ve already tried my Soft Gluten Free Naan (Indian flatbread), you know it’s pretty incredible. Gluten-eaters even swoon over it. If you enjoy multi-cultural food, you’ll love this mixture of naan and pizza toppings. I chose a mixture of chicken, cheese, and sauteed peppers, and omitted red sauce since I’m allergic to tomatoes. Use your favorite sauce and toppings. Enjoy! Continue reading “Soft Gluten Free Naan Pizza”
I’ve been married for over 37 years. So, I have tried several different methods and recipes for mashed potatoes. It wasn’t until recently when I made a recipe using organic yellow potatoes that I realized they are the best potatoes to use for mashed potatoes. They are simply creamier. You can even leave their thin skin on. I love that! It cuts down on the prep time so much! Continue reading “Creamy Yellow Mashed Potatoes”
My daughter called me up asking for advice on how to prevent a pumpkin cheesecake or any cheesecake from cracking. She had tried cooling in the oven as well as cooling on the countertop prior to refrigerating. However, her attempts all failed. I shared with her all of my tricks and told her to apply all of them and to be patient. She was elated. Her cheesecake finally did not crack! She told me the words a mother always wants to hear, “I should listen to you more often!” I’ve included everything she did. So, if your cheesecake has been cracking or falling, follow these instructions to the T! Don’t forget to read the Tips section as well.
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There’s nothing like the combination of sweet and salty. That’s what you get when you make this gluten free pretzel pie crust. Fill it with something sweet such as chocolate ganache or equally sweet and salty such as salted caramel or sweetened peanut butter filling (of course adding chocolate ganache as well!) Continue reading “Gluten Free Pretzel Pie Crust + Video”
We recently had guests for several days who had food intolerances. The one who was not vegetarian tasted this gluten free lentil soup and said it was the best lentil soup she ever had and asked for a bowl. She normally doesn’t care for lentil soup. I hope you enjoy it just as much. It’s packed with double the flavor compared to my other lentil bacon soup recipe. Continue reading “Best Gluten Free Lentil Bacon Soup”
Whether you enjoy gluten free Chinese pork flavored with sweet and sour or sweet and spicy sauce, this is an easy full-flavor dish. Choose the quick stovetop method or use a slow cooker. Either way, it is truly delicious. You’ll never need gluten free Chinese take out again. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chinese Pork (Slow Cooker Option)”
Make a crunchy pretzel brittle filled with pretzels and covered with chocolate or skip the hard brittle altogether. Whether you decorate this gluten free chocolate pretzel bark with Halloween, Easter, or Valentine decorations, or leave plain, they make a delicious dessert as well as a gift. The combination of sweet and salty is not easy to resist. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Chocolate Pretzel Bark”
New Grounds Food makes Eat Your Coffee Energy Bars. They are caffeinated bars that contain healthy gluten free and vegan ingredients. I’ve created my own version, starting with the Mocha Latte flavor. Personally, I don’t drink coffee but love these bars. The coffee doesn’t upset my stomach like liquid coffee usually does. Plus, their delicious!
This marshmallow fluff gluten-free recipe with a corn free option is a light and fluffy marshmallow cream filling you can use to fill gluten free desserts. While I already have a Marshmallow Creme Frosting/Filling Recipe, I needed something a little stiffer to fill my Gluten Free Mallomars that I recently made. (Recipe to come today.) This worked out perfectly. It is lighter and fluffier than store-bought marshmallows, which allows them to melt in your mouth! They taste creamier, better than marshmallows and are a good way to use up leftover egg whites. Continue reading “Marshmallow Fluff Gluten Free (Corn Free Option)”