Simple to make, this gluten-free carrot cake looks and tastes special but you don’t need a special occasion to whip it up. It pairs well with Spiced Buttercream Frosting. This recipe can be made egg free with good results.
This gluten-free apple spice cake is one of the best reasons to head to the orchards for apples. Filled with fresh, shredded apples and spices, it will last several days refrigerated. To forgo frosting, bake it in a large bundt pan (75 minutes in 350° F preheated oven) and top with a dusting of powdered sugar. This recipe can be made egg free with good results.
With berries in the batter, filling and on top, this gluten-free chocolate raspberry torte packs a triple raspberry punch. It's the perfect dessert for a special celebration or to impress guests at your next dinner party. This recipe can be made egg free with good results.
Customize this gluten-free breakfast bar recipe to your liking. Boost nutrients by adding a variety of dried fruit and seeds, such as chopped apricots, dates and figs and sunflower or pumpkin seeds. In place of soy milk, use ½ cup nut butter, if tolerated.
This chocolate-free, gluten free cherry pumpkin seed blondie recipe is succulent with cherries and maple. Its plated presentation makes an impressive dessert for special occasions. For variation, add fresh, chopped cherries or chocolate chips and toasted pecans (if tolerated).
Bananas give this gluten-free brownie recipe a very fudgy texture. Bananas are also an excellent fat replacer. To lower calories a bit, replace 3 tablespoons butter with an equal amount of banana puree.
Raspberries add punch to this delicious, satisfying gluten-free brownie dessert that most won’t suspect is not only allergy friendly but low in sugar. These brownies have two toppings—a raspberry cream cheese layer and a veneer of chocolate coating. Unlike most brownies, these should be stored in the refrigerator.
Rich in protein and healthy carbs, this bite-size fig date snacks satisfies a sweet tooth while it nourishes and provides energy. It also makes a healthy dessert. Vary ingredients to your child’s taste and specific needs. If dates aren’t soft, soak them in very hot water for 30 minutes; drain before using in recipe.
You can vary sauce ingredients depending on what’s available—add chopped zucchini, bell peppers and/or ground meat. Make SCD “spaghetti noodles” using spaghetti squash or zucchini ribbons for this spaghetti and meatballs recipe.
This Coconut Fruit dessert, which can also be served as a side salad for a special meal, can be adapted to include a wide variety of seasonal fruit, such as peaches, nectarines, apricots or cherries.