If you’ve always enjoyed Chicken Marsala or Veal Marsala in restaurants and have tried to make your own but just couldn’t duplicate the flavor, there are usually two reasons. You may have used a recipe that didn’t contain sugar, as most restaurants make theirs on the sweet side. Alternatively, and most likely, you used a …
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Using my new whole grain flour blend recipe and fresh, frozen, or freeze-dried blueberries, you can make this delicious, moist, and tender gluten free whole grain blueberry muffins. They have no added starch (tapioca, potato, arrowroot, rice, or cornstarch). The flour blend contains wholesome whole grain flours only. You have a choice of using gum or for gum-free, use psyllium husk with a minor adjustment. Either way, they are simply delicious! Continue reading “Gluten Free Whole Grain Blueberry Muffins (No Starch Added)”
When money’s tight and ingredients are low, make this gluten free pina colada cake recipe. It makes a moist 8-inch two-layer cake that you can serve to any guest. Fill it with sweet pineapple curd (extra-rich, if desired) and frost with marshmallow coconut frosting, or choose from other frosting recipes. The only thing missing is …
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For my birthday, I made my favorite, Gluten Free Boston Cream Cupcakes! I enjoy them more than my Gluten Free Boston Cream Pie Cake Recipe because you can fill them with more pastry cream, if you want. Meanwhile, I made an error in the recipe and it resulted in the best and fluffiest cupcakes ever! …
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My mother and her friends shared many recipes over the years. Their cakes were always guaranteed to be moist. Every so often, I get curious about a recipe and whip it up. This was was no different! It’s moist and flavorful, even without cinnamon!
Tartiflette (pronounced tar tee fi let, with a short ‘i” in “fi”), is a French au gratin potato recipe classically made using Reblochon cheese, bacon, onion, and white wine. You can use any soft cheese. I used brie. To make an alcohol-free version, use broth or stock instead of wine. Either way, this cheesy concoction is amazing! Continue reading “Gluten Free Tartiflette”
Sourdough is easy to create. It just takes time. If you can plan a day in advance, this fluffy gluten free sourdough cinnamon rolls recipe is worth the time and effort. As you tear off a piece, the dough almost melts in your mouth. My recipe for traditional Fluffy Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls has a …
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This gluten free lemon cake turned out fantastic! Baking with lemon juice alters a recipe. So, never add lemon juice to an existing recipe unless you know how to adjust the recipe. I’ll teach you how as well as provide you with this recipe. Enjoy!
This baked chicken is similar to stuffed caprese chicken without the tomatoes. Instead, I use sauteed bell pepper and onion, which gives it an amazing and slightly sweet flavor. You can stuff the chicken with mozzarella and peppers as I did or anything you enjoy from sautéed vegetables to cheese with or without ham, prosciutto, or bacon. I didn’t use any meat in the stuffing and my husband went wild over this dish!
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The weight of this gluten free marble bundt cake is of a traditional bundt cake weight, between cake and a pound cake. It is moist and flavorful. The marbling not only adds chocolate flavor but makes a beautiful presentation.