There are a number of ways of making gluten free dumplings. There’s my Chicken and Potato Dumplings, Asian Dumplings (better known as potstickers), and now this Italian version, better known as gnocchi. However, these are lighter than my Spinach Ricotta Gnocchi. I made them for dinner tonight. They were a welcomed change. I love them atop a bed of cooked spinach, while my husband enjoyed them with marinara sauce. How you will serve them? Mmmm, how about with meatballs? Continue reading “Spinach Ricotta Gluten Free Dumplings”
As they say, there’s more than one way to skin a cat. Oh dear! That’s actually a horrible analogy, but what it means is that there is more than one way of doing something or achieving a goal. In this instant, the goal is to have gluten free apple bread. Well, rather than making homemade bread containing apples, here, I added bread cubes, apples, and other ingredients to form an apple bread bake. You can use homemade or store-bought gluten free bread. Just be sure to use one that is absorbent. Drizzle or drown it in additional pure maple syrup for a luscious brunch dessert. Continue reading “Gluten Free Apple Bread Bake”
Being allergic to pumpkin, I reach for carrots or butternut squash during the fall. This carrot cake is decorated with meringue ghosts to celebrate Halloween. I used my raved about gluten free carrot cake recipe with cream cheese frosting, but I did not frost the sides. Enjoy and happy upcoming Halloween to you! Continue reading “Gluten Free Meringue Ghost Carrot Cake”
Bring a little fall flavor to your snacks with this gluten free pumpkin cranberry granola bars recipe. See the dairy-free substitute along with others in the Tip section. Enjoy this recipe and the fall season.
After a Facebook fan tried my Zucchini Hash Browns Recipe, she asked for a recipe that would hold the zucchini together. This is a wonderful solution; however, the two recipes are quite different. These gluten free zucchini cakes contain flour, specifically, my homemade gluten free bisquick (baking mix) recipe. They are lightly sweetened, yet savory, and fluffy, yet moist. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Zucchini Cakes”
In an attempt to create gluten free popovers, my third batch turned out like dinner rolls instead, but I thoroughly enjoyed them. So, I altered the recipe a little more to remove the creaminess to create these delicious poppers. They are yeast and leaven-free as the eggs alone act as a leavener. I hope you enjoy them. Continue reading “Gluten Free Parmesan Poppers”
While watching Rachael Ray last week, I heard that Tavern On Third, a sports bar in New York, serves a deep fried peanut butter and jelly sandwich. It’s one of the specials during sports games. However, it’s not gluten free. They did not share their recipe, but I got right on it and created a gluten free version for you.
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Panko breadcrumbs are Japanese-style bread crumbs made from the dough of bread without crust. As you can see in the below photo, panko is white, not toasted crumbs. I throw some gluten free panko crumbs into the batter I use for my Gluten Free Tempura recipe as it adds texture. I have used many of my gluten free bread recipes to make panko, but none of them have been as crispy as when I use Schar rolls. Check out this super simple recipe. Continue reading “Gluten Free Panko Bread Crumbs – Breadcrumbs”