These gluten-free fall cupcakes contain a dose of good-for-you ingredients. Enjoy them frosted as a Halloween treat or skip the frosting and eat them as breakfast muffins. The eggs cannot be replaced in this recipe.
Impress your guests with this suger-free, gluten-free orange soufflé, served best when fresh and hot out of the oven!
While these little gluten free apple pie parfaits are usually served in glass jars, prepare them in unbreakable parfait cups for game day. Big on apple and rum flavor, they’re super-tasty and easy to make. The apple filling can be made 1 to 2 days ahead and refrigerated in a covered container.
This moist gluten-free cake combines the classic flavors of orange and dark chocolate in a delicious way. Top with fluffy Gluten-Free Orange Ganache Frosting. This recipe can be made with egg replacement.
An easy, last-minute dessert, this Gluten-Free Chocolate-Banana Parfait is soft and silky when warm. It’s firm when chilled. There will be a few tablespoons of pudding left over - cook’s treat!
Keep frozen berries in the freezer and whipped topping in the refrigerator for this easy dessert. Adjust the sugar to the sweetness of the fruit you use. For Gluten-Free Berry Fool Parfait, add crumbled gluten-free vanilla cookies or gluten-free vanilla meringue cookies.
Chocolate and beets (two flavorful antioxidants) unite in this creamy gluten-free cheesecake. Thanks to dairy-free cream cheese, it can be made without dairy and even without soy, depending on the brand of cream cheese you choose. This recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.
Classic Jewish rugelach have a flaky, tender crust and cinnamon-sugar filling. They can be shaped like crescents or rolled into strudel-shaped logs and sliced, as they are here. These gluten-free rugelach are filled with a delicious combination of raisins, pecans (or seeds) and preserves.
If a chocolate brownie had a love child with a hunk of fudge, it would be these cookies. Dense, chewy and ultra-fudgy, these grain-free bites can be eaten with impunity on a Paleo and anti-candida regime. This gluten-free recipe can easily be doubled.
The trick to creating a grain-free crust that holds up well is giving it sufficient time to bake before adding the sauce. This thin crust is delicious with your favorite toppings. It can be frozen.