– Easier Than Puff Pastry
This delicious gluten free Parmesan pastry dough may be used as is for a tasty appetizer served plain, with jam, cream cheese, salmon, deviled egg, avocado mash, and so much more. However, you can also serve it for breakfast or brunch with eggs, bacon, and more. It also makes a decadent, savory pie or egg muffin crust. We haven’t found anything that it doesn’t go with. Watch out because they are addictive!
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Using the popular Gluten Free Raisin Cinnamon Rolls and Chocolate Ganache recipes, together was born an amazing treat, Gluten Free Chocolate Rolls. Cinnamon is high in histamine; therefore, if you have food allergies, this is an amazing substitution. If you don’t have food allergies, you’ll still probably be a convert…chocolate over cinnamon. Give this recipe a try. Check out the texture of the dough in the Gluten Free Raisin Cinnamon Rolls Video.
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While I have developed other gluten free corn bread recipes, this one is my favorite because it has a bit of a bite to it, instead of a cake texture. With several different corn textures, this gluten free cornbread also has a balance of tenderness with the use of oil in addition to butteriness. Despite the amount of cornmeal this recipe contains, the texture remains fluffy.
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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.
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Miss donuts? These gluten free chocolate cake donuts were a huge hit with my gluten-eating husband! I even substituted full-fat coconut cream for heavy cream in the chocolate glaze. He really loved them. They truly are a donut that you can serve everyone.
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Finally, a rice free gluten free all-purpose flour! Use Carla’s sorghum flour blend in place of other gluten free flour blends, weight for weight or as listed for cup for cup. This blend is ideal for cakes, cupcakes, pancakes, and more. However, just by adjusting the gum amount, you can make bread and even crunchy cookies.
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Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day…
Are you looking for a gluten free cookie recipe that everyone will enjoy? You’ve found them. They have received rave reviews by my husband’s coworkers during their annual holiday cookie swap. While the photo in this recipe shows gluten free sandwich cookies filled with white chocolate ganache and mint jelly, you can fill them with your favorites. Try another flavored jelly or milk chocolate ganache and nutter butter peanut butter filling.
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Not only is this gluten free zebra cake a show-stopper, it is the best gluten free cake I have ever made! While the zebra stripes are a little extra work, it is well worth it in the end. And the frosting is the best chocolate frosting I have ever had. It’s so good that my husband has requested this cake for his birthday instead of his usual pineapple upside down cake.
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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.
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When the craving for buffalo wings strikes and you have no chicken wings on hand, make this amazing gluten free buffalo cornbread instead. Its cake-like texture makes it a great snack or dessert as well as a side dish with your main meal. I’m thinking of serving them with chili, chicken, pork chops, and more. No mixer needed. Enjoy! We are absolutely addicted to these! (And I’m not usually a big cornbread fan.)
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