Make a large batch of this gluten-free cookie flour blend. You’ll be using it often if you bake a lot of holiday cookies.
Can I replace the flour blend in a recipe with a commercial all-purpose blend?
Here's a delightful way to start a holiday meal, an elegant first course that will wow your guests. Serve in pretty bowls or hollowed-out, cooked mini-pumpkins. Garnish with Apple Croutons and a dollop of dairy-free yogurt.
Accompany this standing rib roast with a light and flavorful Au Jus and Mini Yorkshire Puddings for an easy meal that’s sure to wow. A standing rib roast is a special (and expensive) treat, so be sure to cook it just right. Poll your guests to see how they like their meat cooked–rare, medium rare or medium. Then follow the instructions below to achieve the correct internal temperature. Ask the butcher to cradle the roast, which means removing the bones and tying them back on for easier cutting and serving. Plan on two people per pound. The seasoning mixture can be made a day ahead.
These gluten-free rum balls are a perfect DIY gift for gluten-free, dairy-free friends over 21. For the younger crowd, replace the rum with orange juice. Store in a covered container in a cool location for a week.
This delicious coconut pumpkin pie is a classic family favorite re-created with your special dietary needs in mind. Coconut flour is an aromatic gluten-free option that adds extra nutrition and fiber. Don't like coconut? Use the substitution provided. This recipe can be made with egg replacement with good results.
Maltodextrin is to Malt as Sea Horses are to Horses Anyone on a gluten-free diet knows that grocery shopping and deciphering all those labels can...
Melted chocolate imparts a deceptively rich taste to this light gluten-free, dairy-free chocolate mousse pie. Edge your pie with a garnish of slivered toasted almonds or fresh sliced strawberries or serve each piece with a dollop of whipped topping dusted with cocoa powder.
Elegant and flavorful, gluten-free shortbread squares travel well. Toasted coconut is a great substitution for nuts in holiday baking. Don’t like coconut? Substitute an equal amount of ground almonds (if tolerated) or fold in 2 teaspoons orange zest in place of coconut. For decoration, drizzle Confectioners’ Glaze over chocolate in pretty designs or top with sprinkles or colored sugar.
This gluten free pizza recipe makes 2 small flatbreads (about 6x12 inches). Be sure to use Bosc pears; Bartlett pears produce a lot of juice that can make the crust soggy. If using gorgonzola cheese, check labels to make certain it’s gluten-free.