These amazing gluten free eclairs will fool your friends and family into thinking they are made with gluten flour. I tested it on the picky-eaters in my entire family, and they gobbled them up not knowing they were gluten free. I hope your friends and family enjoy them as well.
These gluten free butter cookies are named “sables” after the town in which they were first made in 1670, Sablé-sur-Sarthe, a town in West France. The word means “sand” which is fitting of these cookies as they are tender and have soft crumbs that crumble easily. They are also known as “sand butter” cookies. Generally you make … Continue reading Gluten Free Butter Cookies (French Sablés)
This velvety chocolate marquise recipe is a European favorite. This recipe has is topped with whipped cream and surrounded by a mascarpone caramel sauce. The scrumptious sauce is a combination of caramel sauce and creamy mascarpone cheese. It is another European specialty, decadence at its best. (Be sure to check out the Tip section for … Continue reading Chocolate Marquise Recipe: Flourless and Gluten Free
This gluten free chicken recipe is extremely easy to make. You can add a splash of white wine or not. It is a gourmet quality dish that you can make in about 30 minutes, less if your onions are already chopped. I like to keep chopped onions and other vegetables that I use often on … Continue reading Easy Gluten Free Chicken Recipe in Creamy Sauce
Pate choux in French is a dough made simply with eggs, flour, and sugar. In America, this dough is used for cream puffs. This particular gluten free cream puff recipe is shaped as rings instead of the typical puff and is filled with a caramel whipped cream. The real Fench name for this dessert is Paris … Continue reading Gluten Free Cream Puff Recipe: Rings with Caramel Whipped Cream
Financiers (pronounced “fee naun seers” in French) are mini French tea cakes characterized by its almond flour. These gluten free financiers are no different other than it calls for “gluten-free” all-purpose flour. I like to use my all-purpose flour blend as it uses superfine rice flour which does not create a gritty texture, yet it rises high and … Continue reading Gluten Free Financiers (Mini French Tea Cakes)
Pate a choux (pronounced “pat uh shoe”) is a French, airy pastry. In the United States we know them as cream puffs. Fill these chocolate gluten-free cream puffs with any light filling. Experience the perfection of traditional cream puffs but with a decadent chocolate flavor.
I put off developing a recipe for gluten free croissants for way too long. After multiple requests, here it is! I used my new gluten free phyllo dough recipe. Though it calls for superfine rice flour, I will be experimenting in the future with non superfine gluten free flours. I baked them after my husband … Continue reading Flaky Gluten Free Croissants
A floating island is a French dessert consisting of thin vanilla custard with a poached ball of meringue balls, dumplings if you wish, floating on top. Top them with your choice of several sauces below. I chose a bit of cherry sauce from a can of gluten free cherry pie filling in addition to chocolate sauce. Because a floating … Continue reading Floating Island (Naturally Gluten Free)
Though I already have a Gluten Free Crepes Recipe, it is flourless and high protein. Today, after a Facebook fan requested a gluten free crepe recipe, I began to crave them myself. I wanted a traditional flour crepe, therefore, I used my gluten free all-purpose flour blend recipe. Though I suggest using a blender to … Continue reading Gluten Free Crepes (Sweet or Savory)