Take the American classic, mac and cheese, and turn it into a delicious and hearty appetizer that doesn’t need an oven, which is important during the holidays. You can get away with serving fewer appetizers when you have at least one that is hearty. However, they may just eat too many because they are so …
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This is one of the best gluten free sweet potato pies I’ve made. I also provide you with a delicious alternative pumpkin filling. This recipe calls for my Flaky Gluten Free Pie Crust. I’ve also included a link in the Tips section to the Make Ahead Gluten Free Pie Crust so you can adjust the crust per the filling …
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Similar to a loaded baked potato, this loaded gluten free quiche is a treasure trove of decadence. Bacon, caramelized onion, sauteed red peppers, cheddar cheese, and cream (or sour cream) make this quiche amazing. However, the flaky easy-to-make Gluten Free Cream Cheese Pastry Crust with its tender and flakiness is the shining star of this dish. However, it does not detract from its flavorful filling. Continue reading “Gluten Free Loaded Quiche (Bacon)”
For a new gluten free baker, this gluten free cream cheese pastry dough is the most forgiving. The cream cheese creates elasticity in the dough making it easy to work with, yet produces a tender and flaky pie crust for sweet or savory dishes, crackers, pastries, and more.
After creating the Gluten Free Pretzel Pie Crust, in my mind, I had two good choices for fillings, both creating incredible sweet and salty delights. They are chocolate ganache and salted caramel. Then there’s chocolate ganache and peanut butter. I chose the latter but explain how to make the caramel filling as well. You can’t go …
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There’s nothing like the combination of sweet and salty. That’s what you get when you make this gluten free pretzel pie crust. Fill it with something sweet such as chocolate ganache or equally sweet and salty such as salted caramel or sweetened peanut butter filling (of course adding chocolate ganache as well!) Continue reading “Gluten Free Pretzel Pie Crust + Video”
Cremeschnitte is an extremely popular European dessert as well as in other countries. Cremeschnitte means “cream slices” in German because of its layers of cream. I have added a pecan layer between two layers of which is sandwiched together by two layers of puff pastry. It’s rich and delicious!
This is my new holiday brussels sprouts recipe. It contains Christmas colors and flavors, yet it is so easy to make. If you don’t have an oven available, make them in a skillet. They’re delicious either way. Continue reading “Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries and Pecans”
To garnish fancy cakes like Saint Honore and other Italian/Sicilian cakes as well as savory appetizers, this recipe teaches you how small to make them and how to long to bake them. I provide you with a tip on how to get a nice high rise as well.
If you’re looking for a small batch gluten free puff pastry, this recipe is perfect to use as a base for up to 12-inch round pans or about 4 Danish pastries. When baked in a 9-1/2-inch springform pan, it will shrink about 1-1/2 inches. This small batch recipe is one-quarter of the recipe that you …
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