I adjusted my sinfully rich chocolate ice cream recipe to this much healthier version, even higher in protein, plus tons of fiber, all without the refined sugar and cow’s milk though it does contain eggs. It is still very delicious for such a healthy ice cream recipe. You can make chocolate, raw almond milk ice … Continue reading Chocolate Almond Milk Ice Cream Recipe
No one ever suspects these pancakes to be gluten-free. These pancakes are so good, you may want to double or triple the recipe to store some in the freezer for fast breakfasts during the week.
This gluten free chicken fried rice recipe is a great for those watching their sodium and fat intake, as well as being gluten-free. If you are not watching your fat you can use any chicken parts versus chicken breast meat. If you are not on a gluten free diet you can use regular soy sauce. … Continue reading Gluten Free Chicken Fried Rice (Vegetarian Options)
Frittata is typically an Italian recipe, but you can make any type of frittata you wish. Frittata is similar to a quiche without the crust. This particular potato frittata is very satisfying, and very flavorful with the added pepperoni. Kids love the idea of a pizza pie, but frittata is an adult favorite, as well. … Continue reading Potato Frittata with Pepperoni
I had two goals for this dessert. I wanted to make a dessert that was heavier than a cake, yet lighter than a brownie; with less sugar than the average applesauce cake. I used agave syrup, blended stevia powder, and some homemade applesauce. It came out between a good brownie and a bread pudding; moist, … Continue reading Gluten Free Apple Bread Pudding Cake
Do you have any apples that you do not want to waste? Make some delicious homemade applesauce with this easy recipe. You can make a great dessert with it, eat it plain, or even top your ice cream. My specific goal for this recipe was to make just enough applesauce for a gluten-free applesauce coffee … Continue reading Applesauce Sweetened with Agave (Naturally Gluten Free)
This recipe is very moist, yet not too heavy. It is flaky, like regular carrot cake. All that and it’s oil-free, milk-free, and sugar-free. It contains eggs. Those who cannot tolerate corn should be aware that xanthan gum is derived from corn, though some manufacturers state that the corn sugars are removed in processing. You … Continue reading Gluten Free Carrot Cake (Sugar-Free)
I just posted my Chocolate Potato Truffles Recipe and was pleasantly surprised to find the texture of the filling to be very similar to the traditional ricotta cannoli filling, but this filling contains walnuts. If you’re looking for different cannoli filings, this is a great alternative! Often one adds chopped pistachio nuts at the ends … Continue reading Different Cannoli Filling – with a Twist
I decided to play around with a new gluten free flourless brownie recipe. Instead of using almond meal flour I used ground walnuts, which I ground in my food processor. I topped it off with my chocolate ganache that I use on my cheesecake. This recipe is flourless, rich and chocolaty! Enjoy!
Cannoli is a Sicilian dessert consisting of a crispy tube shell filled with sweet ricotta cheese filling. My aunt would make several variations for special occasions. You can add dried fruit, glazed cherries, pistachio nuts, or chocolate chips to the filling or use as garnish. They make you feel as if you were in Italy.