No matter which liquid you choose to use in this recipe, the end product is the same… crunchy, golden, gluten free onion rings. They are flavorful and will be the hit of your party or family gathering, enjoyed by everyone. Serve as an appetizer, snack, or side dish.Continue reading “Crunchy Gluten Free Onion Rings”
With all of the health benefits of millet, along with its creaminess, it surely makes a wonderful gluten free hot cereal. Cream of millet is surprisingly a favorite in the creamed cereal category, once you try it and flavor it properly. It makes a great cream of wheat substitute. You may prefer it over even over oat meal.
This recipe is a perfect way to use leftover millet flour or grind your own millet grains.Continue reading “Cream of Millet Bowl”
I had about one cup of leftover riced potatoes from making Gluten Free Dairy-Free Blueberry Rolls. So, I used them up by making these easy gluten free potato pancakes. You can serve them as a side with dinner, with dinner, with soup for lunch, or for breakfast. Enjoy!Continue reading “Gluten Free Potato Pancakes”
What I love most about this gluten free slow cooker chicken recipe is that you can use the leftover sauce to make an entire other meal. This is a great way to save time in the kitchen that can be used elsewhere. Plus, the chicken nearly falls apart and tastes great!Continue reading “Gluten Free Slow Cooker Chicken with Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes (Dairy-Free)”
Christmas doesn’t have to be complicated. You can make these adorable Santa strawberries in minutes. Everyone will think they’re so cute! Show them that you thought of them enough to make something homemade and festive. Kids love making these too! I can picture these on waffles, pancakes, at a dessert table, or even a breakfast buffet.
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Whether you make this dish dairy-free or not, it is a pleasant change compared to traditional dinner meals. The sauce is creamy with a flavor reminiscent of chicken cacciatore but with a few changes like using smoked paprika and omitting tomatoes. This is so good that I’ve added it to my regular rotation of dinner recipes. Oh, and it’s antioxidant-rich as well.Continue reading “Gluten Free Smoky Paprika Chicken with Cream Sauce (Dairy-Free Tomato-Free Chicken Cacciatore)”
If you think chocolate ganache has spoiled you forever, think again. This traditional or dairy free chocolate icing recipe tastes extremely similar to chocolate ganache and you can make it in half the time. It sets up nicely as well. Continue reading “Dairy Free Chocolate Icing Recipe (or Traditional)”
Minus the sour cream, these loaded potato croquettes are addictive! I enjoy potato croquettes gluten free over traditional. They are like a French fry that everyone strives for but just can’t achieve. The crispness is like no other and the creamy center is divine. On the outside, they are between a French fry and a crispy egg roll. You’ll love them! You can choose from multiple dipping sauces or bottled sauces. All of the dipping sauce recipes are included as well. Continue reading “Potato Croquettes Gluten Free – Loaded”
I recently had cinnamon ice cream in a restaurant in Carmel and ended up creating a Cinnamon Gelato Recipe. Now that I need to shed a few pounds I’m back to eating my favorite diet frozen dessert, Copycat Wink Frozen Desserts. This time I created a cinnamon bun frozen dessert flavor, better than the Wink brand! I also now provide you with a non-legume and complete protein versions that have a much better texture and flavor. Enjoy! Continue reading “Wink Frozen Desserts Copycat Recipe – Cinnamon Bun (100 Calories and 4 Net Carbs Per Pint)”
When the cravings strike, don’t feel guilty. Have yourself the best-tasting gluten free mini corn dogs without refined starch or gums. You’ll never miss them! See the substitutions for dairy free, egg-free, and more. Continue reading “Mini Gluten Free Corn Dogs Using Ryze Flour”