While this gluten free Irish stew does not contain Guinness, it may be made with gluten free beer or alcohol-free. Either way, everyone will be pleased with this delicious stew. Use beef or lamb. Make it on the stovetop, in your oven, slow cooker, or Instapot.Continue reading “Gluten Free Irish Stew (Beef or Lamb)”
You can make one of my favorite gluten free cookie recipes for St. Patrick’s Day and cut them into your desired shapes. They don’t have to be cut into clovers if you don’t have a clover cookie cutter. Any shape will do. How you decorate can turn them into a festive treat. Choose from gingerbread (shown), buttery cut-out, or crunchy chocolate cookie recipes. I like the idea of gingerbread cookies for the “ginger” (red-head) in your life for St. Patrick’s Day or for anyone! Continue reading “Gluten Free St. Patrick’s Day Cookies (with Dairy Free Options)”
These St. Patrick gluten free cupcakes turned out delicious, as well as festive! I teach you how to make them as well as the flags. You may use the new Gluten Free Buttermilk Chocolate Cupcake Recipe that I have included, which makes nine cupcakes or the Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Chocolate Cake Recipe (which makes more). I have frosting suggestions for both as well.
While McDonald’s shamrock shake is gluten-free, you can also make them at home. Instead of using vanilla ice cream, green food coloring, and chocolate syrup, I took a shortcut, making it that much easier! Continue reading “Easy Gluten Free Shamrock Shake Recipe”
This recipe for gluten free St. Patrick’s Day cookies is incredible! They’re in between a shortbread and sugar cookie. Shortbread cookies contain more butter than sugar cookies which makes them a bit softer and richer. Everyone loves these cookies. Adding a little green or Irish theme makes them that more special.
Also, be sure to read my article on Gluten Free Food Coloring at the below link. If you’re dairy-free, be sure to see my suggestions on how to make gluten free cookies to your liking using Earth Balance in the Cut-Out Cookie recipe. In addition, I have added a substitute for gluten-free meringue powder in my Royal Icing recipe. Enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day and be safe! Continue reading “Gluten Free St. Patrick’s Day Cookies”
There is an Italian dessert by the name of cannoli that consists of a deep-fried pastry shells filled with sweetened ricotta cheese. I altered this traditional dessert and created a savory cannoli, perfect for an appetizer. I filled mine with creamy ricotta cheese, peas, and basil. You can either make this soy-free or dairy-free. They make perfect appetizers for a party. I’m thinking New Year’s Eve! Continue reading “Savory Gluten Free Cannoli Appetizers”
Sugar cookies are must for any gluten free recipe box. Using my easy to make baking flour (see recipe link), you can make common desserts the same way you did when you used gluten flour. This delicious gluten free sugar cookies recipe is just one example. Once baked, if desired, decorate them using my royal icing recipe. Their yummy. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Sugar Cookies”
If you do not do well with alcohol made from gluten grains such as whiskey, you’ll need to make your own substitute for Baileys Irish Cream. You can make your own Baileys Irish Cream gluten free using gluten free whiskey. If you use heavy whipping cream it’s super-rich and creamy. Make it your favorite way. It’s so delicious, I bet you don’t get back to drinking the original whether you can tolerate it or not. Continue reading “Baileys Irish Cream Gluten Free Recipe (includes dairy-free options)”
Every year around this time, my mom used to make corned beef and cabbage. It wasn’t until recently that I realized it wasn’t named Corn Beef and Cabbage. I didn’t realize the beef was “corned”. The “ed” makes total sense. I’m not alone, though, and either are you if you didn’t know this. There are over 18,000 people each month that search for “gluten free corn beef” via Google. Continue reading “Is Corned Beef Gluten Free? + Slow Cooker Recipe”
While the thought of bread without yeast may be displeasing, this bread is a tempting treat for any bread-lover. It’s a bit addictive. Make it using certified gluten-free oat flour or sorghum flour. Continue reading “Gluten Free Irish Soda Bread Recipe”