Homemade gnocchi is delicious - and much easier to make than you think. Gluten Free & More's test kitchen tweaked Mary Capone's wonderful recipe to create an egg-free option. (It works great!) Serve gluten-free gnocchi with your favorite gluten-free Italian-style tomato sauce. For vegan gnocchi, omit the Italian-style sausage.
This scrumptious allergy-friendly roast chicken with fig pancetta stuffing is ideal for a special holiday meal. It calls for a whole chicken that's deboned. Ask your butcher to debone it or use whole boneless chicken breasts with skin on. With nimble hands, it can be prepared in less than 1 hour. The results are worth it.
Your favorite homemade gluten-free bread makes ideal bread crumbs for special dishes. Store crumbs in the freezer and use when needed.
This reader-favorite recipe may be the best gluten-free lemon sugar cookies you've ever eaten. Not too sweet with just the right amount of lemon. The dough holds up to any rolling pin. Perfect for the holidays, they can be cut into spooky shapes and decorated for Halloween. They can be made egg free with good results.
The combination of white and brown rice flour in this gluten free flour blend lightens the texture of baked goods.
Adding apples and cranberries to Gluten-Free Cracked Pepper Cornbread creates a memorable sweet-and-spicy dressing. Apple-smoked bacon, fresh herbs and turkey drippings contribute to the taste of this cornbread apple stuffing. The result is a mouthful of flavors and textures in every bite. This stuffing can be made 1 to 2 days ahead and stored in the refrigerator; reheat before serving. It can be made with egg replacement.
Italian sausage, fresh herbs and pears form a winning flavor combination in this sausage pear gluten free stuffing, a must for Thanksgiving. It's also great with roast pork, chicken or wild game. If baked outside the turkey, it's best when made the day before.
Also called Italian butterballs and Russian tea cakes, these special-occasion Gluten-Free Mexican Wedding Cookies by Mary Capone are delicious and simple to make. They can be made one to two days ahead and stored in airtight containers. Refresh them by dusting or re-rolling in confectioners’ sugar just before serving. Recipe can be doubled or tripled for a crowd.
This cornbread is slightly sweet with a spicy twist. Serve it as a special dinner bread or crumble it to make Cracked Pepper Cornbread and Apple Stuffing. It can be made 1 to 2 days ahead.
Roasting parsnips in the oven is an easy way to bring out the vibrant flavors of autumn. For variety, roast Brussels sprouts with the parsnips. Serve them tossed with fresh herbs and a sprinkle of salt or with Thyme Sauce.