Whether you wish to make these no-bake gluten free granola bars dairy-free or not, they are truly addictive. Cut them into bite-size squares or three-bite squares. You’ll want to snack on them around the clock. We serve them as dessert. However, they are so good, that I had to freeze ours so I wouldn’t eat them all. Make the bars corn or rice-free. They’re drop the mic good!Continue reading “Chewy No-Bake Gluten Free Granola Bars – Corn & Dairy-Free”
While grocery shopping, I stumbled upon some oat bites in the bakery section of my local grocery store. Unfortunately, they were not gluten free. These gluten free oat bites are identical except that I omitted the dried apricots. You can add some if desired. They turned out delicious! Continue reading “Chewy Gluten Free Oat Bites (Allergen-Free)”
New Grounds Food makes Eat Your Coffee Energy Bars. They are caffeinated bars that contain healthy gluten free and vegan ingredients. I’ve created my own version, starting with the Mocha Latte flavor. Personally, I don’t drink coffee but love these bars. The coffee doesn’t upset my stomach like liquid coffee usually does. Plus, their delicious!
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Try this recipe for addictive almond cranberry bars. They’re a true delight. I would choose these bars over cake or other sugary sweets. They are definitely a less guilty pleasure. They’re heavy, similar to chewy brownies, perhaps a bit more heavier. Yet they are chewy. They satisfy your sweet tooth for dessert, as well. They’re just addicting! I blew my diet this week by having two – well worth it! Continue reading “Gluten Free Almond Cranberry Bars”
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.
I have had several requests for healthy gluten free recipes. With summertime here, I thought those of you with children would appreciate some ideas for healthy gluten free snacks. I remember when I first began my gluten free diet in 2005, I tried a rice cake, and could barely finish it. It was so dry and tasteless. I resorted to snacking on watermelon instead. Things have changed, but I have learned different ways to consume rice cakes. When making these chocolate covered rice cakes, be sure to use a gluten free brand of rice cakes if you are gluten intolerant. I have listed one brand below. Continue reading “Gluten Free Dark Chocolate Covered Rice Cakes”
For the bottom layer of these gluten free blondies, or dessert bars, if you wish, I used my gluten free graham cracker recipe. I added a bit more honey and butter to soften the crust. You may add sweetened condensed milk, or for dairy-free, coconut milk and honey. After that you top it with your favorite toppings: chocolate chips, nuts, oatmeal, and/or shredded coconut. I skipped the coconut due to allergies. Of course, if you’re dairy-free you’ll use your favorite brand of dairy-free chocolate chips. I’ve listed the most popular, easy to melt brand below. Once baked and cooled, you have yourself treats for home or on-the-go! And they are made egg-free! Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Honey Graham Blondies (Egg-Free with Dairy-Free Options)”
I decided to create my own gluten free snack bars with healthier choices of gluten free flours, and free of many allergens. Though the bar is heavy due its content, you can definitely make them more cake-like with lighter weight flours such as rice, sorghum, millet, etc. Just adjust the baking time as needed. You may also make them higher in fiber by using corn or rice bran to replace some or all of the buckwheat flour. Continue reading “Gluten Free Bars – Apple Walnut (Sugar-Free)”
I absolutely love the Raw Revolution Spirulina and Cashew 100 Calorie Bar! This gluten free protein bar recipe is a healthy and tasty choice, with or without the spirulina powder. Use your favorite nuts, but cashews are my fave! Raw Revolution Spirulina and Cashew Bars are made with cashews and a bit of almonds. As an option, you can throw in some chunkier pieces of nuts at the end. Enjoy this healthy gluten free protein bar recipe. I sure have! Continue reading “Gluten Free Protein Bar Recipe – Raw Revolution-Style Bars”
Tropical Traditions sent me a jar of their gluten-free organic brown rice syrup to try. My first thought was either to use it in an ice cream or in a baked dessert. Brownies, I thought! Oh, I couldn’t get them out of my mind! I already have a couple of gluten-free brownie recipes, however, I really was looking forward to making a healthier one, and one that was super gooey! I performed a search online for brown rice syrup recipes and stumbled upon just what I had in mind, a brownie recipe made with brown rice syrup! I converted it to gluten-free brownie recipe and 1 1/2 times’ed the recipe, as it originally made such small brownies. So, here it is – my newest gluten-free brownie recipe. It’s ooey, gooey, sticky and tastes almost like a chocolate caramel. I added a bit of flaxseed meal to make it a little more healthier, but using organic brown rice syrup was such a great start. Brown rice syrup may look like agave, but is barely sweet, and especially when this recipe is made with bittersweet chocolate. Definitely a decadent delight. Enjoy! And stay tuned in tomorrow for the Tropical Traditions brown rice syrup giveaway with 5 winners! Continue reading “Gooey Gluten Free Brownie Recipe”