gluten free Chocolate Macaron cookies

Gluten-Free Chocolate Halloween Macarons

These gluten-free macaron cookies are simple to make (only six ingredients!) and perfect for holiday celebrations, especially Halloween parties. Fill these fudge-like chocolate macarons with orange frosting for a scary-good treat. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.
gluten free chocolate haystack candies

Haystack Candies

The combination of sweet chocolate, tart cranberries and salty pretzels in these chocolate haystacks will have people coming back for more. Make a double batch so you don’t run out. These keep for 2 weeks in a sealed container at room temperature.

Gluten-Free Zucchini Brownies

No one will ever suspect the secret ingredient in these decadent brownies. (Peel the zucchini first for no visible trace.) Zucchini and chocolate are very tasty together! Grate the zucchini or process it using the fine plate of a large food processor to measure 2 cups; do not press out the extra moisture.

GF Cinnamon Maple Roasted Chickpeas

These crunchy chickpeas are an excellent source of protein, healthy fats, fiber and good carbohydrates. Vegan and free from the top food allergens, they’re fun to munch at the lunch table and after school. Store leftovers in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 5 days.

Gluten-Free Chai Spiced Granola

This crunchy granola is simple to make, free from the top food allergens and bursting with the delicious flavor of chai (without the caffeine). Serve it plain, over yogurt or in a bowl with your milk of choice. Store cooled granola in an airtight container at room temperature.

Sunflower Seed Butter & Jelly Chia Pudding Cups

These creamy kid-friendly cups are naturally sweetened and loaded with healthy ingredients like chia seeds, fruit and seed butter. To vary the flavor to your liking, use your favorite pureed fruit or no-sugar added fruit preserves. Store in the refrigerator up to 3 days.

GF Vegan Chocolate Energy Bites

Loaded with protein and healthy fats, these nutritious and delicious bites make a perfect lunchtime treat. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free. Store these treats in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.

Gluten-Free Beef Satay

The combination of gluten-free sauces, fresh lime and ginger make this beef satay a tasty meal for the grill. Partially freezing the meat for 30 minutes before cutting makes it easier to slice thinly.

Gluten-Free Granola Yogurt Cups

This whimsical play on yogurt and granola makes a sweet ending to an outdoor meal. To keep the granola base from turning soft, add yogurt to the cups shortly before heading out the door.

GF Cherry Almond Granola Bars

Oats impart beneficial fiber and dried cherries provide healthful antioxidants in this recipe. You’ll love the flavor. If nuts aren’t tolerated, replace almonds and almond butter with sunflower seeds and sunflower butter.


gluten free lemon meringue pie

Gluten-Free Lemon Meringue Pie

This gluten free lemon meringue pie is the classic version of one of America’s all-time favorite desserts.
gluten free fall cupcakes

Gluten-Free Harvest Cupcakes

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