Without the use of any white starch such as potato, tapioca, corn, or arrowroot, you can make these delicious gluten free spritz cookies or gluten free cut-cut butter cookies. The recipe calls for one flour and one gum. The remaining ingredients are standard cookie ingredients. I rolled out some of the dough and cut several different shapes out. I also used my Wilton Cookie Press to make others. While it took three recipes to create this recipe, they’re fairly easy to make, especially by hand.
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Take the American classic, mac and cheese, and turn it into a delicious and hearty appetizer that doesn’t need an oven, which is important during the holidays. You can get away with serving fewer appetizers when you have at least one that is hearty. However, they may just eat too many because they are so …
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This is my new holiday brussels sprouts recipe. It contains Christmas colors and flavors, yet it is so easy to make. If you don’t have an oven available, make them in a skillet. They’re delicious either way. Continue reading “Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries and Pecans”
Everyone raves about how authentic the texture and flavor is of my Crunchy Gluten Free Graham Cracker Recipe. I wanted a crunchy gluten free peanut butter graham cracker reicpe, but I couldn’t find even a gluten-containing recipe. So, I got to work and I am so glad that I did. They taste incredible and are crunchy too! You …
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Do you buy candied ginger only to find it hard as a rock the next time you need some? I sure do! Making your own is easy and saves money. It stores in its own syrup for many months or you can drain them and roll them in sugar. This recipe makes the best-tasting candied ginger using the least amount of ingredients. Continue reading “How to Make Candied Ginger”
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”
A member asked me for a gluten free cauliflower pizza crust. So, I finalized the one I have been working on. This pizza crust is low-carb as it does not contain flour. I added a secret ingredient that I’m sure you have in your pantry. Just in case you don’t, I provide you with a basic substitute …
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Whether you enjoy a gluten free cracker crust pizza or a gluten free thin crust pizza, this crust is absolutely perfect! Rolled out thinly, it cracks like a cracker. Rolled out just a tad thicker, it is the thinnest gluten free pizza crust you’ll find. You’ll never have soggy pizza crust again! You don’t need a …
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