This rich, fudgy gluten free brownie delivers the best attributes of classic brownies.
This gluten free hot fudge pie is easy to whip up—and absolutely delicious! Serve it warm with a whipped topping or your favorite vanilla ice cream or frozen dessert.
This classic gluten free German chocolate cake with Coconut-Pecan Frosting is credited to a Texas homemaker who used Sam German’s sweet baking chocolate, still made today by Baker’s Chocolate Company.
These Lava Cakes have a deep-chocolate flavor and a slightly liquid center that makes them irresistible. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.
Food editor Beth Hillson uses Jules Shepard’s Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Chocolate Raspberry Pie filling to make these luscious tarts, ideal for Valentine’s Day. Prepare the crust for the tarts first, as the filling hardens quickly.
Bless your gluten-free heart! You deserve an adorable vegan, gluten-free pie pop with yummy fruit filling and a gluten free crust. This recipe by So Delicious yields enough to share with the ones you love!
These easy gluten free chocolate mousse cups contain good-for-you coconut milk and dark cocoa and tastes utterly sinful. Spoon it into individual parfait dishes and top with red berries and whipped topping or serve it in Cookie Cups for a special treat.
These colorful gluten free oatmeal cranberry cookies are as delicious as they are pretty. Dip cooled cookies into melted white or dark chocolate for a decadent treat. Baked cookies can be frozen up to 3 months.
These uncomplicated cookies have comfort written all over them. To dress them up for Christmas, frost a third of each cookie with Confectioners’ Frosting (page 43) and sprinkle with crushed candy canes or sanding sugar. Alternatively, dust colored sprinkles over warm cookies.
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.