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 … Continue reading Gluten Free Sugar Cookies
hile you can serve single stuffed zucchini boats as an appetizer, you can also serve them as a main dish. However, my favorite way to utilize stuffed zucchini boats is to serve them along with some pasta and marinara sauce. Because marinara sauce is meatless, you have the meat and veggies covered with this stuffed … Continue reading Gluten Free Stuffed Zucchini Boats
A delicious gluten free chicken marsala recipe that has just a touch of sweetness. If you haven’t found a marsala you enjoy, try a different brand. This one is devine!
Souffles tend to scare people because they’ve heard they fall often. There are tricks to creating the perfect souffle. Besides having the correct ratio of ingredients, you need something dry to coat the ramekin/container you bake it in, to which the egg mixture will adhere. In this case, I use flour; however, you can finely ground … Continue reading Easy Gluten Free Cheese Souffle
Shortly after I published my new copycat recipe for Betty Crocker’s Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix, one of my Facebook followers asked if I could adapt a Strawberry Cake Mix Heart-Shaped Ore-Style Cookie Recipe to gluten free. I found the same exact recipe published on Thirty Hand Made Days Blog. I immediately went to work on adapting … Continue reading Gluten Free Strawberry Cake Mix Cookies – Oreo-Style
Whether you are making my Traditional Gluten Free Truffle Recipe or the Sugar-Free Mashed Potato Truffle Recipe, this spicy seasoning is the perfect addition in which to roll them. My favorite gluten free chocolate is Dagoba’s Xocolatl. It contains chili powder. The combination of chili and chocolate is out of this world as are truffles rolled … Continue reading Spicy Gluten Free Truffles
Straying away from the typical all-chocolate mousse cake, I created this layered gluten free chocolate mousse cake instead. I don’t know about you, but I like to have cake in my cake. If I wanted all mousse, I would simply make chocolate mousse. I don’t enjoy the typical triple chocolate mousse cake because it contains … Continue reading Layered Gluten Free Chocolate Mousse Cake
If you’ve visited Italy recently, you may have seen chocolate pasta. It is one of the latest gourmet delights. While they were only sold in their gluten versions for quite some time, you can now purchase gluten free chocolate pasta. However, you can easily and inexpensively make your own. You do not even need a pasta machine … Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Pasta Recipe (Sweet or Savory)
When you want a gluten free dessert for one (or more) think milk shakes. When you also have a craving for red velvet, think red velvet milkshake! Deliciousness at its best and so easy and fast to make!
These crepes are simply amazing! I enjoyed making these gluten free oat crepes by halving the recipe and adding finely chopped carob chips (you can use any gluten free chocolate or chips) to part of the batter. To the other portion of the batter I added 3/8 to 1/2 cup of homemade ganache. Then I used … Continue reading Carob, Chocolate or Chocolate Chip Gluten Free Oat Crepes