Bfree Sweet Potato Wraps Copycat Recipe (Gluten Free)

Gluten Free Sweet Potato Wrap

BFree makes gluten free sweet potato wraps that contains a ton of ingredients. I just happen to have most of them on hand. So, when I heard they were good, I had to develop a recipe for them. They are so flexible, yet not gummy, that you won’t believe they’re gluten free. This Bfree sweet potato wraps copy recipe is easy to make too. Enjoy!

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Gluten Free Devil’s Food Cake – Egg & Dairy-Free Options

Gluten Free Devil's Food Cake

This gluten free devil’s food cake gets its dark color from the use of unsweetened cocoa powder and plenty of baking soda. While baking soda can be bitter when used by itself, the addition of acidic ingredients such as chocolate (even though it’s just slightly bitter) balances out, creating a dark color. Baking powder is added to provide additional leavening without the flavor of too much baking soda.

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Gluten Free Hot Milk Cake + Strawberry Shortcake Topping (Dairy-Free or Not)

Gluten Free Hot Milk Cake

Hot milk cake has been an American favorite since its first publication dating back to 1955 in the Chicago Tribune by one of its editors. In this version, you’re provided a choice between dairy and dairy-free ingredients; both tested well and three size pans (9 x 9-inch, 9 x 13-inch, or two 8-inch round pans. The hot milk begins cooking the batter as soon as hot milk touches the batters, providing a head start in cooking and rising. Serve it dusted with confectioners’ sugar, like strawberry shortcake (recipe included), or your favorite icing. I think caramel or chocolate sauce would also be great choices, topped with a small dollop of whipped cream. The author served it with a mocha icing. I like it plain the best. It’s a sweet cake. What will you use? Check out its texture:

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Gluten Free Dairy Free Lefse (Scandinavian/Norwegian Flatbread)

Gluten Free Dairy Free Lefse

Fast to mix up and easy to handle dough, this gluten free dairy free lefse is truly a treat. The dough’s richness is the key to this flatbread. Roll thin to use as wraps or tortillas and roll thick for flatbread to cook on a pizza stone. Included are also dairy substitutions as well as an entirely different recipe.

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Easy Gluten Free Snowball Cake (Naturally Colored or Leave White)

Gluten Free Snowball Cake

Remember those pink Hostess Snoballs? They were made of chocolate cake with a creamy and spongy marshmallow filling. That same spongey white filling was on the outside as well. Then, the entire thing was covered in pink coconut. This gluten free snowball cake is made the same but with natural food coloring. You don’t need a special pan to make this delicious cake, just two round cake pans, and a large bowl.

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Gluten Free Buffalo Cornbread or Muffins

Gluten Free Buffalo Cornbread

When the craving for buffalo wings strikes and you have no chicken wings on hand, make this amazing gluten free buffalo cornbread instead. Its cake-like texture makes it a great snack or dessert as well as a side dish with your main meal. I’m thinking of serving them with chili, chicken, pork chops, and more. No mixer needed. Enjoy! We are absolutely addicted to these! (And I’m not usually a big cornbread fan.)

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Refried Black Beans Using Canned Whole Black Beans

Refried Black Beans

Using canned whole black beans, you can make the most delicious refried black beans. Black beans are very nutritious as they are high in protein. You get 8 grams of protein in just 1/2 cup of beans. Add in another protein like beef or chicken, and you’ve created a whole protein (a protein that contains all of the amino acids a body needs.) You’ll also get 9 whole grams of fiber in that 1/2 cup. The following recipe for refried black beans is so delicious, you’ll want to make a large batch and freeze some for future use.

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Caramelized Red Onions with Balsamic Vinegar or Red Wine

Caramelized Red Onions with Balsamic or Red Wine

Using balsamic vinegar, you can make these delicious and sweet caramelized onions though you can use merlot (as I did – as shown) or other red wine. I call my version Merlot Caramelized Onions. It really depends on your tastes and how you will be using them. Use vinegar if you prefer a little tang. It doesn’t have to be balsamic. You can even do a little both and use red wine vinegar. Both versions are great with steak, chicken, or even mixed with vegetables. I would even add a few to top a salad.

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Gluten Free Dairy Free Chocolate Chip Cookies with Oatmeal – No Added Starch

Gluten and Dairy Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Now is a good time to boost your immune system by using organic or cold-pressed coconut oil in your cooking and baking. Learn how to tone down coconut flavor in your baking. You’ll be pleasantly surprised, as was my husband, when you taste these gluten free dairy free chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. More importantly, you’ll learn a little secret about baking with coconut oil that will dramatically improve the texture of your baked goods.

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