Apricots and golden raisins pair deliciously in this special comfort food but other dried fruits work just as well. Serve kugel warm from the oven or gently reheat it in a low oven (cover the dish with foil to keep it moist). For best results, do not replace eggs with an egg substitute.
This gluten free pizza recipe makes 2 small flatbreads (about 6x12 inches). Be sure to use Bosc pears; Bartlett pears produce a lot of juice that can make the crust soggy. If using gorgonzola cheese, check labels to make certain it’s gluten-free.
These tender gluten free zucchini fries are very tasty and deceptively healthy. Enrobed in crunchy tortilla chips, they give the illusion of fries. Serve them alone or with your favorite gluten-free dipping sauce.
High-quality cured meat, like prosciutto or soppressata, makes a lunch sandwich extra-special. These have more flavor than standard deli meat, so you’re satisfied with less. Sauerkraut provides tang, as well as gut-healthy probiotics. The fig spread gives this sandwich a rich, sweet flavor nuance.
This versatile gluten-free pie crust will become your go-to for all kinds of pastries, tarts and pies. It’s a simple gluten-free pie crust recipe with spectacular results. The vodka helps tenderize the dough; the alcohol bakes off, leaving no flavor. Included are options for vegan, dairy-free, and egg-free pie crusts and tips for keeping the dough from drying out.
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.
Here’s a healthier treat for your party monsters. You can whip up these delicious pumpkin smoothies in minutes, providing your Halloween guests with a nutritious snack. Double or triple the recipe for a larger crowd. Freeze leftovers in popsicle molds for a frozen treat you can enjoy later.
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.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Fortunately, serving something that’s plant-based and holiday-worthy is easy with this stuffed squash on your menu. Bursting with Thanksgiving flavor in a pretty presentation and loaded with protein, it’s a tasty stand-in for turkey. Best of all, it comes together quickly.
This gluten free cauliflower pizza is a bit soft, so have a knife and fork handy. To make it vegetarian, cook the cauliflower in water and omit the chicken breast. This crust can be made egg-free; see instructions.