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.
This festive mixture of sweet and sour fruit might become a new breakfast favorite. Make this berry compote a day ahead and chill, so the compote sets up. It makes a delicious and colorful side, as well as a fruity topping for waffles.
For this GF pie crust recipe, use an all-purpose flour blend that contains xanthan gum.
These fun gluten free spritz cookies are synonymous with the season. The pliable dough makes lovely shapes that you can decorate before or after baking. In German, spritzen means “to squirt,” which is exactly how you make these cookies. This recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.
This simple gluten-free royal icing, which can easily be colored, is perfect for decorating gluten-free cookies.
Grated fresh ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves brighten up this gluten-free sweet potato pie, which is made with creamy coconut milk. It will become a classic on your Thanksgiving table. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.
By adding cocoa to the classic cookie dough recipe, you can create chocolate-y stars, snowmen and snowflakes or whatever you fancy.
The molasses lends moisture while the spices add warm notes to these gluten free spice roll-out cookies.
Sometimes called half-moons or headlights, these gluten-free black & white cookies have been popular for over 100 years, mostly in New York City and New England. As a child, I was very sad that they sold out every day at our local bakery. Now you can easily make as many as you wish at home for a fraction of the cost.
Christmas is not time to forget timeless favorites—just dress them up a bit. That’s the case with this treat: Peanut Butter Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies, Gluten-Free. The peanut butter dough is topped with a chocolate candy.