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.
Has someone in your household gone vegan? You’re not alone. Vegan and vegetarian lifestyles and food choices are trending among millennials. They’re eating more plant-based meals than any generation before them. What’s the gluten-free cook to do when there’s a vegan in the house? Arm yourself with delicious and nutritious recipes like this one. You can keep the whole family well fed without doubling the workload.
These nourishing and elegant finger foods are ideal for festive get-togethers at your place and for toting to holiday soirees away from home. They’re healthy enough to offset the calorie-rich food that dominates the party season. Easy crowd-pleasers like these guarantee successful and relaxed entertaining. No need for knives and forks.
Cranberries deliver a bright pop of color and flavor to this festive coffee cake but nearly any fruit can be used. Perfect for Christmas morning, the aroma of this recipe warms up the house. This cake can also be made in a lightly greased and dusted 8-inch round cake pan. Bake it 40 to 45 minutes or until done. It can be made egg-free; see instructions.
Everyone comes to the table when pie is served! Let this delicious collection of pie recipes help you create a spectacular dessert course for all your holiday celebrations. Enjoy them plain or topped with fresh whipped cream or dairy-free topping of choice.
It is not clear why some adults suddenly react to foods that they’ve been eating without incident their entire lives, says Sayantani (Tina) Sindher, MD, clinical assistant professor of allergy and immunology in the Department of Medicine, division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine at the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy & Asthma Research at Stanford University. About 15 percent of adults with food allergies developed their condition after age 18, according to a 2014 study from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.
Here are gluten-free versions (they can be made dairy-free, too) of two favorite treats from childhood: Hostess' Twinkies and Cupcakes. Guaranteed to bring back delicious memories, you’ll be delighted by how much they look and taste like the real deal. Make one recipe or both—and transform your children's gluten free school lunch! Or make them for yourself to let your inner child indulge!
Making your own beef bone broth is not difficult. The key is to use high-quality ingredients (grass-fed beef and fresh, organic vegetables) and to have the proper cooking equipment (a large stainless steel or ceramic-lined cast iron stockpot, a strainer, a ladle and storage containers) on hand. Consider making a large batch and freezing it in 1- to 2-quart glass containers and BPA-free ice cube trays for easy access when you need it.
Many people don’t understand what it means to have celiac disease until they actually go gluten-free and live the lifestyle. The same holds true with veganism. The vegan diet automatically rules out four of the top eight allergens—dairy, eggs, fish and shellfish. Being vegan means not eating or using animal products or byproducts of any kind. It’s living every day avoiding cruelty to animals and animal exploitation.
Not everyone craves raw kale. That’s why we created these tasty gluten free options. From lively gluten-free pesto to satisfying gluten free stew, these kale-infused recipes are delicious new ways to love your kale.