What could be more welcome at a holiday cookie swap than ever-popular chocolate chip cookies? Dress them up by frosting with white or dark chocolate.
This gluten-free shortbread dough can be rolled out immediately after mixing! It takes color dyes very well, a plus for Christmas and Halloween cookies. Store cookies in an airtight container for up to a week. They freeze well.
Bring life to each reindeer, snowflake and holiday bell with colorful decorating on these gluten free roll-out sugar cookies.
St. Germain is an elderflower liqueur that adds elegance and warm floral notes to this Prosecco cocktail. Finish it off with splash of fresh lemon juice and garnish with a lemon twist.
Crisp gluten-free popovers filled with mushroom and herb paté make a delicious appetizer. They can also be stuffed with your favorite filling, such as chili, bean dip or salsa. Be sure your mini muffin pan is piping hot before adding the batter; a hot pan helps create airy popovers. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.
Crispy potatoes make a tasty vessel for this savory pepper medley. Prepare and bake these gluten-free potato cups a day ahead and refrigerate them. Reheat on a lined baking sheet for 10 minutes to recrisp. Fill them just before your guests arrive.
Prepare the freshly squeezed lime juice ahead for this refreshing champagne martini or have a bowl of lime wedges at hand. Cut thin slices of limes for a floating garnish.
These gluten-free cheese puffs can be prepared 1 to 2 days ahead and refrigerated; reheat before serving. The recipe is easily doubled or tripled for a crowd.
This delicate, tender gluten free coffee cake is a holiday classic. It uses just two flours—oat and rice. Cinnamon crumbs, layered throughout, deliver comforting flavor and a homey, festive aroma when baked.
These crisp and tender sour cream waffles are hearty and filling. Oat flour and soy flour provide plenty of protein and fiber.