This crowd-pleasing recipe ups the ante with a punchy pesto, salty cured meat and exciting vegetables. Cherries provide just the right amount of seasonal sweetness.
This recipe is the little black dress of cupcakes. You can dress it up with a variety of fillings, frostings and decorative toppings or keep it basic with a simple vanilla or chocolate frosting. For a deeper chocolate flavor, increase the cocoa powder in this recipe by ¼ cup (to 1 cup total) and increase the milk by ¼ cup (to 2¼ cups total).
Pita bread is a fun alternative for sandwiches and perfect for dipping. This delicious recipe is gluten free, dairy free and can be made without eggs.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, this gluten-free, egg-free Irish soda bread recipe delivers great flavor and contains high-nutrient, protein-packed flours. It can be made dairy free with great results. Like most soda breads (not just gluten-free ones), it tastes best when it's warm, so serve it shortly after it comes out of the oven. Use any leftovers to make croutons or breadcrumbs.
This savory salad, a good accompaniment to a range of entrees, is a tasty mixture of sautéed or roasted eggplant chunks, plum tomatoes, vegetables and olives.
This sweet breakfast prune compote calls for a triad of healing spices (star anise, cardamom and Ceylon cinnamon) and prunes, which are high in dietary fiber and contain natural sorbitol to soften the stool. Dried apricots are rich in potassium and vitamins A and C.
Kudzu/kuzu root starch, an alternative thickener to cornstarch, is beneficial and healing to the small intestines. (Find it in the Asian section of the grocery store, natural food stores and online.) Tart cherries are a natural source of melatonin. Cherries contain anthocyanin, a flavonoid with health-protecting benefits.
These crispy, golden gluten-free waffles are perfect for any breakfast or brunch. This recipe is simple to make, calls for minimal ingredients, and can be easily doubled or tripled to feed a crowd. Serve with pure maple syrup. It can be made egg-free; see instructions.
These golden gluten free buttermilk pancakes are fluffy, tender and delicious. They can be made ahead and reheated or frozen for later. They’re slightly sweet and can be topped with pure maple syrup, honey, fresh fruit or whipped cream. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.
Blueberry pancakes can be enjoyed any time of the year. If fresh blueberries aren’t available, use frozen blueberries (thawed and drained). These tender, golden gluten free blueberry pancakes can be whisked up in no time. Serve with pure maple syrup. They can be made egg-free; see instructions.