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Overnight Gluten-Free French Toast

Sit-down breakfast on a school day?! This gluten-free Overnight French Toast lets you enjoy a delicious hot breakfast without the early-morning chaos. The make-ahead recipe is perfect for a filling breakfast before school or slow-going Sunday morning. Made with Canyon Bakehouse Mountain White bread and topped with fresh fruit and maple syrup.

Gluten-Free Hostess-Style Twinkies

If you don’t have a canoe pan, make these gluten-free Twinkies in regular muffin tins like you would cupcakes. These cakes shrink a little when baked but plump up again when filled. Store them in a zip-top bag on the counter for several days. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.

Gluten-Free Hostess-Style Cupcakes

These tasty gluten free delights are filled with rich marshmallow creme and topped with luscious chocolate ganache. They're just like the famous American Hostess snack, only safe for us gluten-intolerant folks! These cupcakes freeze well. For egg-free cupcakes, see instructions.

Gluten-Free Chocolate Mousse Tartlets Recipe

A rich crust and luscious chocolaty filling make this the ultimate decadent dessert. The chocolate mousse will keep in the refrigerator for several days and the shells can be frozen for several weeks. For a savory appetizer, try filling these shells with roasted vegetables.

Gluten-Free Chocolate-Dipped Oatmeal Cookie Recipe

Chocolate pairs perfectly with the light orange flavor of these oatmeal cookies. Enjoy them with a steaming cup of hot cocoa. Store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to three days. Freeze for longer storage.

Gluten-Free Double Chocolate Peppermint Cookie Recipe

Here’s a little secret: Eat these straight out of the freezer and you’ll feel like you’re eating Girl Scout cookies—without the guilt. Store them in an airtight container at room temperature up to two days. Freeze them for longer storage. These cookies are free from eggs and dairy as well as gluten.

Dairy-Free Chocolate Cranberry Cookies

These gluten-free, dairy-free chocolate cranberry cookies are definitely addictive. Freeze the extras so you won’t be tempted to over-indulge.

Gluten-Free Candy Cane Cookies

Ed. note: The recipe here is an excerpt from Roben Ryberg's Gluten-Free in Five Minutes. Ryberg set out to create "rapid recipes" for breads, rolls, cakes, muffins, and other treats, and ended up with 123 of them in this easy-to-follow 120-page book. These Candy Cane Cookies, made with brown rice flour, are cut from strips of colored dough that are rolled flat into a striped mat. The process makes for a prettier cookie than twisting strips of dough…

How to Bake Delicious Slicing Bread

This all-purpose bread from Food Editor Beth Hillson makes great sandwiches and toast and is the basis for the Apple Caramel Monkey Bread recipe. It was inspired out of necessity, for who among us doesn’t need a great sandwich bread?

Turkey Cheese Wraps with Honey Mustard

La Tortilla Factory (latortillafactory.com) offers gluten-free wraps made with teff, an African grain the size of a poppy seed. Your kids will love this Gluten-Free Turkey Cheese Wrap with Honey Mustard for lunch.

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