We’ve got Christmas music playing, decorations up and we’re making sugar cookies — by the dozens (and dozens!). We tested box after box of gluten-free sugar cookie mixes to find the best mix for you to put the ho-ho-ho back in the holidays!
Cheesecake is off limits to many of us on special diets. But here’s the good news. We’ve created delicious cheesecake recipes that are gluten free and some can be made dairy free and egg free, as well.
My home has always been filled with the happy sounds of cooking and baking. Years ago when I first learned I had to live gluten free, I feared my kitchen would be silent. But thanks to culinary pioneers like Beth Hillson (founder of Gluten-Free Pantry), Bette Hagman (the original gluten-free gourmet cookbook author) and Steven Rice (founder of Authentic Foods), I figured out how to adapt all the traditional recipes from my culinary training so that I could enjoy them once more. These recipes are my most requested, the tasty gluten-free, dairy-free results of years of happy collaboration. And that’s music to my ears.
These gluten-free festive cookies are simple to make, contain no wheat or dairy and can be made egg free. That doesn’t mean good taste has been compromised. Here are delicious recipes that are guaranteed to please.
With fresh fruit tucked into a light and flaky pastry crust, it’s hard to find a tastier summer treat than a slice of homemade pie. Blueberries, strawberries, cherries and bananas deliver mouthwatering flavor in these homemade desserts, cradled in delicious gluten-free crusts. Traditional buttery two-crust pies are always a sure favorite. But don’t overlook a yummy gluten-free cookie crust, a chilled cherry pie and even pie pops as fun and creative ways to top off a summer meal. And if you missed the berry-picking window of opportunity in your area, no worries. Frozen berries make these yummy pies possible any time of year.
Here’s the scoop. We taste-tested at least 30 different ice cream alternatives and these brands completely won us over. A bonus: They’re readily available in most grocery stores.
My favorite Julia Child quote is, “A party without cake is just a meeting.” Whether you’re celebrating Gluten Free & More’s 20th anniversary (as we are) or your own special event, how better than with cupcakes? After all, a cupcake is simply a mini cake in a convenient, self-serve package. The number one seller at my bakery is and always has been a chocolate cupcake. Here’s the winning recipe, along with ways to dress it up and make cupcakes the hit of your next celebration.
Our taste-testing groups sampled over 40 brands of cookies, finding a lot of great-tasting cookies for the crunchy cookie lovers as well as the chewy devotees.
We surveyed our readers to find their most-loved cakes. The top picks? Timeless yellow, chocolate, strawberry and lemon cakes. So we created these winning selections without gluten, and with easy dairy-free and egg-free options.
DIY cookies are versatile in that the recipe can be tweaked to suit your liking: mix and match your favorite add-in ingredients—dark chocolate chunks, white chocolate chips, chopped nuts or seeds, dried fruit. These incredible cookies are big on taste and simple to make.