If you’re looking for a healthy gluten free dairy free snack, try chia coconut pudding. You can make the pudding sugar free if desired. Use your favorite sweetener. If you’re not dairy-free, you can even layer it with some Greek yogurt. However, dairy-free yogurt is also a good treat. Making chia coconut pudding takes less than five minutes. It’s that easy! Continue reading “Chia Coconut Pudding (Dairy-Free Sugar-Free)”
Whether you wish to make a fruit glaze for tarts or a swirled cake, this gluten free fruit glaze recipe works perfectly. You can even turn it into a sauce for plating desserts. I enjoy making a sauce and then adding savory ingredients like garlic powder and ginger powder to use as a condiment instead of ketchup. How you will you use this recipe. Comment below to let me know. Continue reading “Fruit Glaze Recipe + Sauce + Condiment (Gluten, Corn, and Allergen-Free) + Cheesecake”
Have you had trouble making french fries to your liking? You can make crispy and brown french fries to the degree you desire by following this recipe. Also, learn how to avoid making extra-greasy fries. I provide you with a few seasoning options. Black pepper is something I recently experienced when ordering fries from the 3SIXTY Bar Bistro Market restaurant in the Hyatt Regency Burlingame hotel. I loved it! Black pepper adds mild heat versus a mixture of paprika and cayenne pepper. Continue reading “Crispy Gluten Free French Fries Recipe”
Flavored with garlic and thyme, this combination of ingredients is incredible. It will convert any kale hater! The sweetness of the sweet potatoes, caramelized onions, and balsamic vinegar couple with garlic and the spice of pepper, salt, and thyme all hide the fact that you eating kale. They all contribute to the complex flavors. Yet, the ingredients are so basic. Serve this dish warm, at room temperature, or chilled.
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This jowar roti recipe (Indian Sorghum Tortillas or Flatbread) recipe is incredibly easy to make, may be made gum-free, and contains no added starch. You may have already tried my similar recipe, Gluten Free Oat Tortillas as well as watched the video. This sorghum recipe only requires one simple change. I know that a few people with celiac disease are also oat intolerant and would appreciate an alternative to the oat tortillas. Now, I have provided you with the exact amounts of water to use. (I also updated the oat tortilla recipe so that you have it there as well.) You can use a tortilla press, rolling pin, or your hands to make them. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Sorghum Tortillas Recipe (No Added Starch and Gum-Free Option)”