If you have a bunch of fresh mint on hand and want a great way to use it, this dairy-free fresh mint ice cream is the way to go. I had a lot of mint leftover from making mint juleps (recipe coming soon) and knew making this ice cream would be a treat for my husband. He didn’t even notice that it was dairy-free. It’s that good. You can also make it with dairy. Just choose those options in the ingredient list.
If you are on a dairy free diet or just don’t have any Parmesan cheese on hand, this dairy free Parmesan cheese recipe will get you by just fine. It’s a little salty, a little cheesy, and just right for a Parmesan substitute. I’m sure you’ll love it. I like it better than Parmesan! It makes the perfect garnish or flavor enhancer.
Joanna Gaines, the former costar of the Fixer Upper TV show, made a similar cookie recipe last week on Good Morning America. I just had to have them because they sounded and looked so good. You will love these gluten free chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. It’s like three cookies in one. Before I ever made them, my husband said, “They’re just going to be missing raisins!” (He’s a huge raisin oatmeal cookie fan.) These cookies contain both chocolate and peanut butter chips as well as oats. They’re our new favorite cookie!
With the texture of traditional cinnamon rolls, these gluten free blueberry rolls are a delight. Did I mention that this amazing texture is also dairy free? I hate to retire now that I can finally achieve such amazing results. You can even make them egg-free and vegan!
During cold and flu season it’s always a good idea to make a large batch of chicken soup to freeze so that you’re prepared. Who wants to cook when you’re already sick. This flavorful gluten free roasted chicken soup will provide ten good-sized bowls of warm, comforting, wellness in your time of need. Add rice or the suggest brands of pasta.
Want to impress your guests? Make this elegant 10-layer Gluten Free Smith Island Cake. The cake is amazing with its rich almost pound cake-like texture. The glaze is similar to chocolate caramel sauce. While I made the dairy-free version, you can make this cake low-dairy, full-dairy, or allergen-free/egg-free.
This sauce is amazing! I made the dairy-free version the first time. I’ve also made the low-dairy Alfredo version. The full dairy version is just as heavenly. The best part about this recipe is that if you buy peeled garlic in bulk, as I do from Costco, you can learn how to roast it without making an aluminum foil packet. Aluminum easily seeps into food when it directly touches hot food. Enjoy this healthy, aluminum-free version! It’s so flavorful and great with roasted chicken.
Popular first in the St. Louis area, and now around the country, the gluten free version of Ooey Gooey Butter Cake is now a thing. I never thought I would enjoy something so sweet, but I love it more than cookie dough! This dessert has a chewy crust at the bottom with chewy crisp edges that everyone will fight over. There is a thin crust on the top and the cream cheese filling is gooey, and a bit like cheesecake but a little softer and sweeter. It’s a rich dessert, but it’s so scrumptious, that it’s hard to stop at one piece.
You know how almost every restaurant now adds either a batter or flour to their French fries? Well you can make crispy gluten free breakfast potatoes with the same texture, but without a lot of oil. Instead of deep-frying the potatoes, you simply fry them. They turn out delicious, too!
The Lady Baltimore cake is well known In the Southern United States. The cake consists of a white three-layer cake or sponge cake, filled with buttercream and a nutty fruit filling. My gluten free Lady Baltimore Cake consists of white cake, a mixture of Italian buttercream and whipped cream, and a nutty fruit filing. The white cake is amazing! I give you a choice of buttermilk white cake or traditional. (The buttermilk is more flavorful, but heavier.) Enjoy!