My daughter called me up asking for advice on how to prevent a pumpkin cheesecake or any cheesecake from cracking. She had tried cooling in the oven as well as cooling on the countertop prior to refrigerating. However, her attempts all failed. I shared with her all of my tricks and told her to apply all of them and to be patient. She was elated. Her cheesecake finally did not crack! She told me the words a mother always wants to hear, “I should listen to you more often!” I’ve included everything she did. So, if your cheesecake has been cracking or falling, follow these instructions to the T! Don’t forget to read the Tips section as well.
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Not all commercially made caramels are gluten free. Therefore, making homemade caramel sauce for caramel apples is a wonderful solution and often saves money. Not to mention, homemade caramel just tastes better! Put a smile on someone’s face and make these today. Perhaps you’ll be smiling soon? Continue reading “Gluten Free Caramel Apples (Corn-Free Option)”
Get this wonderful gluten free vegan cookie recipe as well as learn how to bake vegan and gluten free. Containing no actual pumpkin, these gluten free vegan pumpkin spiced cookies are loaded with pumpkin spices. This way, you can achieve a much better cookie texture and still have all of the wonderful flavors. Pureed pumpkin makes …
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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”
My grandmother and mother used to make biscotti (Italian cookies), but I never enjoyed them until I made my own, gluten free, of course! These gluten free pumpkin biscotti may be filled with dried fruit and/or nuts, or not. Did I hear, “Amazing”? Why, yes, I did! Use pumpkin puree or pureed sweet potatoes. Either way, they’re …
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I’ve been in the kitchen attempting to achieve an exceptional gluten free Swiss roll recipe. It turned out perfectly moist and easy to roll. This is a feat for Swiss rolls as they are much thicker than jelly rolls. However, you can also make a jelly roll using this low-sugar recipe. Because jelly roll pans make a thinner …
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Fresh apples in red, yellow, or green coated with glass-like, candy coating always brings a smile to children’s faces. Learn how to make a candy coating that almost looks like tempered chocolate. Be sure to use gluten free food coloring. Continue reading “Gluten Free Candy Apples in Red and Dark Brown”
Similar to it’s baked cousin, this gluten-free macaroni and cheese recipe contains a bit of both pumpkin and cheese, but is made without egg. The pumpkin provides accents of fall and a bit of sweetness. The leeks or onions are used as a substitute to add sweetness and savoriness. Best of all, the optional bacon …
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Being allergic to pumpkin, I reach for carrots or butternut squash during the fall. This carrot cake is decorated with meringue ghosts to celebrate Halloween. I used my raved about gluten free carrot cake recipe with cream cheese frosting, but I did not frost the sides. Enjoy and happy upcoming Halloween to you!
Bring a little fall flavor to your snacks with this gluten free pumpkin cranberry granola bars recipe. See the dairy-free substitute along with others in the Tip section. Enjoy this recipe and the fall season.