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)”
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”
This gluten free gingerbread crust can be used for multiple purposes. Add chocolate chips if desired and use for a crust in a no-bake dessert such as no-bake cheesecake or layered with ice cream. You can also break up the crust and use in parfaits or ice cream during the last 5 minutes of freezing. How …
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If I were served this sandwich made with these gluten free sandwich rounds in a restaurant, I truly would not be able to tell if they were gluten free or contained gluten. These are my new replacement for Schar’s gluten free baguettes and rolls. That’s all I can tell you is that the texture is perfect, the …
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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”
Pâte à Choux is the French term referring to the easy-to-make dough you use to make cream puffs and eclairs. While you may prefer your pastry filled with whipped cream, I enjoy mine filled with pastry cream (see photo). Use either or both combined or any of the other variations suggested. Meanwhile, streusel and cream …
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Using allergen-free ingredients, you can make this tasty cheese-like textured party dip. Turn it into a fondue or pasta sauce by simply adding additional water, dairy-free milk, or even white wine. I’ll be serving this to my upcoming guests, one of whom has several food allergies. Contains sesame seeds.
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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This scrumptious gluten free bacon and cheese bread will surely delight any household. Loaded with cheddar and bacon, yet risen to perfection. Not gummy when sliced warm. Use it to make breakfast sandwiches or toast and smother with butter, honey, or jam.
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”