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
You can make delicious gluten free chocolate chip cookies without any added white, refined starch. I definitely felt less guilty eating them and they are still very delicious! The bottom was crunchy. The tops and centers were chewy. The only thing I would do differently next time is to add some chopped walnuts. Then they’d be amazing … Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies Without Added Starch
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!
Made in a slow cooker, the beef is super tender and packed with flavor. This gluten free poor boy recipe is something even gluten-eaters will drool over. Add lettuce and other poor boy fixings if desired. Enjoy!
This cheesecake ice cream recipe will definitely be our go-to ice cream this summer. It tastes just like rich cheesecake. You can top it or fold in your choice of fruit and garnish with homemade gluten free graham cracker crumbs. (They taste like the real thing!) There is no need to defrost the ice cream before serving. … Continue reading Gluten Free Strawberry or Cherry Cheesecake Ice Cream (With or Without Machine)
A delicious gluten free cinnamon swirl bundt cake with a double gooey cinnamon filling, a cinnamon-sugar crust, and a perfectly moist yellow cake. The cake is not heavy like pound cake. Instead, it is just slightly heavier than a traditional layer cake. You can make it as heavy as a pound cake if desired. Just see … Continue reading Gluten Free Cinnamon Swirl Bundt Cake
While I already have a gluten free focaccia recipe on this site, I wanted to share my garlic herb version with you. You can use it to make bread crumbs, croutons, serve it as sandwich bread, or dinner bread. I like to cut each piece into three strips and serve them to dip in garlic-herb … Continue reading Gluten Free Garlic Herb Focaccia – Croutons – Bread Crumbs
When my recipes in my upcoming cookbook were being tested, two people wanted a thinner pizza crust. Today, I put an idea to test and it worked perfectly. I even make additional suggestions to achieve an even thinner pizza crust. I hope you enjoy it as well as my recipe for gluten free taco pizza.
I used this gluten free chocolate chip muffin recipe to make mini as well as standard-sized muffins. They turned out super light and moist. I couldn’t have been more pleased. Enjoy!
Rather than go through the trouble of making a cake or pan of muffins, make one single portion right in your microwave, toaster oven, or oven. It’s a wonderful way to control portions. Due to my citrus allergy, my husband doesn’t get lemon desserts very often. Making him a mug cake was the perfect solution. … Continue reading Gluten Free Lemon Mug Cake with Lemon Glaze (Egg-Free)