You’ve heard of beef wellington, right? It’s a roast covered with puff pastry. You can view the Gluten Free Beef Wellington Recipe. Meanwhile, you can also make gluten free salmon wellington. The photo says it all. Enjoy!Continue reading “Gluten Free Salmon Wellington”
Using my most popular gluten free pound cake recipes, I created a cinnamon swirl version. You have two different pound cake recipes from which to choose. If you don’t have an ingredient on hand to make one, make the other. They’re both very delicious and I’ve pointed out my favorite.
This recipe may be made corn-free or tapioca-free. Continue reading “Gluten Free Pound Cake Recipe with Cinnamon Swirl”
Whether you avoid dairy, are vegan, egg-free, yeast-free, nut-free, or none of these, you’ll enjoy the rich flavor and tender texture of these gluten free chocolate pecan scones. I’ve included a variation for many common allergens. This scone recipe is super flavorful because I’ve used my new Homemade Gluten Free Almond Flour Blend. If you’re nut tolerant, you have to give it a try. I made my scones dairy-free and they turned out delicious and rich-tasting. Check out the texture in this video.Continue reading “Gluten Free Chocolate Pecan Scones Video”
Watch this gluten free ham and cheese scones video. You’ll see the texture of these amazing scones. They are moist and tender, rich and flavorful. They’re even better than the raved about Gluten Free Cheddar and Biscuits Recipe. Also, keep this recipe in mind for leftover ham. It makes the perfect breakfast, brunch, or lunch.
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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.
In honor of my UK members, I decided to share a gluten free Devonshire scones recipe. These scones are light like fluffy gluten free biscuits in the U.S. (Europeans call heavy crackers “biscuits”.) If you’re not a fan of typical, heavy scones, you’ll love these! Typically served with strawberry jam and clotted cream, these gluten free Devonshire scones are truly soft and light.
(Devonshire was the former name of Devon County, in South West England. compared to typical English scones. Continue reading “Gluten Free Devonshire Scones”
This wonderful southern pecan pound cake is made less fattening by two simple changes without sacrificing on moisture and flavor. Of course, you can make the full-fat version as well. I made it low dairy, but you can make it completely dairy free without using hard to find ingredients. My gluten-eating neighbor gave it a smiley face, three hand claps, and a thumbs up. We both don’t care for super sweet cake, but I have given you a sweeter choice as well. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Southern Pecan Pound Cake – Bundt Cake (Low-Fat or Not)”
As you may already know evidenced by the many popular gluten free protein bars, cranberries and almonds make an awesome combination. I took my ever so popular Gluten Free Cream Cheese Pound Cake Recipe and turned it into this wonderful holiday (or any day) dessert. It makes a wonderful treat or gift. Many members have adopted the cream cheese pound cake as their go-to pound cake recipe. Enjoy!
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PhotoI wasn’t feeling very innovative today, so I asked the members on my Facebook page what they would enjoy. One person wanted a recipe for a plain gluten free chocolate pound cake or quick bread without chocolate chips. Here it is! It turned out moist and yummy.
Many have marked my Gluten Free Cream Cheese Pound Cake Recipe and/or Gluten Free Heavenly Pound Cake Recipe as their favorite pound cake(s). However, I thought you may appreciate having a Gluten Free Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe in case you have some sour cream on hand. Add the optional glaze, or flavor them all with lemon if desired. It’s pretty yummy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Sour Cream Pound Cake”