If you have 10 or 15 minutes, you can whip up dessert for two without using any special gluten free ingredients. A matter of fact, you don’t need to be on a gluten free diet to enjoy this timeless treasure. What’s new about the recipe is the method of cooking. You make them in a microwave in just 15 to 30 seconds each! It can be a life-saver when a dessert goes wrong or you run out of time to make a dessert at all. I like to do it when I’m just plain tired, as in a late night snack. Continue reading Gluten Free Flourless Lava Mug Cake for Two
This gluten free chocolate crepe cake is the perfect summer dessert. While it looks professionally made, it doesn’t take much skill to swirl some thin batter around a skillet. It’s easy enough and will impress your guests. And of course, the best part is the flavor!
First, I can’t tell you how much we enjoyed these au gratin potatoes. They are the best I’ve ever had. Every time I’m craving them, however, I usually don’t have over an hour to wait for them to bake. This recipe only takes 30 minutes to cook! They’re fast and better tasting! It can’t get … Continue reading Quick-Baking Gluten Free Au Gratin Potatoes
Black and white desserts are big for New Years. The white chocolate mousse is out of this world with the other chocolate combinations! If you’re not a white chocolate fan, this will probably convert you, or try my Gluten Free Chocolate Mousse Layer Cake. (Gelatin is not used at all in this recipe.) I provide … Continue reading Black and White Gluten Free Chocolate Ganache Mouse Cake
Making this gluten free vanilla souffle is not as difficult as everyone makes it out to be. Just follow the instructions, do not disturb the souffles while they are in the oven, and you’re as good as sitting down at the table with your impressed guests enjoying them. Fill with either gluten free pastry cream … Continue reading Gluten Free Vanilla Souffle with Optional Pastry Cream or Chocolate Ganache Filling
How easy is this gluten free 4th of July recipe? Make the pie dough, roll it out, cut out shapes for the crust, and tops too, if desired. Then throw all of the pieces in a mini muffin pan and fill with gluten free pie filling, custard, and more. Get many amazing gluten free pie … Continue reading Gluten Free Pie Bites Using a Mini Muffin Pan
I love these gluten free shortbread cookies. They’re a tad different as they have a bit of an Italian flare. They are also firmer than traditional shortbread, which breaks apart easily. I’m sure you’ll love them as even gluten-eaters do. If you prefer a traditional version, I’ve included a recipe for those as well.
I never thought I’d be able to eat beef wellington ever again. Guess what? It’s possible! I provide you with all of the recipes from homemade puff pastry to duxelles (sauteed mushroom stuffing) to the gravy. It’s a labor of love, which is perfect for Valentine’s Day, as well as holidays.
This gluten free red velvet cake recipe is moist and luscious. Red Velvet is known for its richness. While not everyone has the time to make a three-layer, double-frosted cake, when you wish to impress guests, this is the cake to make. When time is short, make a single frosted cake and/or make a naked … Continue reading Double-Frosted Gluten Free Red Velvet Cake Recipe
I made this back in February when it was National Cream Cheese Brownie Day? I’m not making this up. Seriously! Such a day exists. However, I don’t need an excuse to combine two of my favorite foods, cream cheese and chocolate. Have the best of both worlds, gluten-free brownies with a simple cream cheese topping and … Continue reading Gluten Free Cream Cheese Brownies