Tender and sweet, baby spring carrots come in a variety of sizes and colors. Roasting caramelizes and intensifies their flavor. Before serving, dust with chopped fresh parsley and drizzle with olive oil.
Topped with fruit sauce, this gluten-free cheesecake is a showstopper dessert. Everyone will want seconds. You can bake it with dry heat or a water bath. Dry-heat produces a light, fluffy cheesecake, a West Coast favorite. Baking with a water bath delivers a dense, creamy New York-style cheesecake. This cheesecake tastes best when made ahead so that flavors meld. The secret to success is blending the filling until it’s smooth and baking the cheesecake in a low-temperature oven.
For a creamy, dense New York-style gluten-free cheesecake, this gluten-free cheesecake is a showstopper dessert. Everyone will want seconds. You can bake it with dry heat or a water bath. Dry-heat produces a light, fluffy cheesecake, a West Coast favorite. Baking with a water bath delivers a dense, creamy New York-style cheesecake. This cheesecake tastes best when made ahead so that flavors meld. The secret to success is blending the filling until it’s smooth and baking the cheesecake in a low-temperature oven.
This spiral gluten-free stuffed roast is easy to prepare and makes an elegant main dish. Ask the butcher to butterfly the roast to an even thickness (about ½ inch), so it can be formed into a meat rectangle for stuffing and rolling. If your roast is uneven, cover it with plastic wrap and pound it with a rolling pin to flatten the meat. Place the filling all the way to the edges of the meat to ensure there’s stuffing throughout the spiral. Use only butcher’s twine (available at most grocery stores) to tie the roast; regular string isn’t intended for cooking or oven use.
Roasted new potatoes drizzled with olive oil and herbs is a popular pairing with roasted lamb. Pick small potatoes that are similar in size and use any color you want. No need to peel them. Cutting potatoes diagonally exposes the largest surface for browning, adding to the flavor. To quick start the new potatoes and reduce roasting time, microwave them whole 1 to 2 minutes on high. Let cool and proceed with the gluten-free recipe.
Evaporated goat milk, available in many supermarkets and online, is the key to this easy recipe. Although this Gluten-Free Stovetop Mac & Goat Cheese recipe suggests certain kinds of goat cheese, use whatever combination of semi-soft and soft goat cheeses you enjoy. Serve this dish immediately or top it with herbed bread crumbs and broil it to golden-brown goodness.
Made with ground chocolate and reminiscent of the famous Angelina’s in Paris, this gift is a step up from ordinary hot cocoa. Let the mix sit for a day to meld the flavors before giving it away. For a special touch, add holiday-shaped marshmallows. To make them, cut jumbo marshmallows into 3 even slices. Then use a small holiday cookie cutter to shape each slice. (For best results, coat the knife and cookie cutter with nonstick spray before cutting the marshmallows.)
This gluten-free recipe is a delicious twist on a holiday favorite. For best flavor, wait until the simmering caramel turns the color of a dark copper penny. Take care while stirring extremely hot caramel; keep small children and pets away from your work area.
Giving this gluten-free pancake mix with a small container of pure Vermont maple syrup makes you a breakfast hero. Breakfast is served!
Remembering our four-legged friends at holiday time is a tradition in our house. We make batches of festive gluten-free biscuits and give them away in small and large bites. These are super easy to prepare. When dried as directed, they last for weeks at room temperature.