With only six ingredients, these confetti cookies are gluten free and dairy free but certainly not fun free. They are also a great project for little bakers. You don’t even need an oven for these little cuties, and children will have a blast combining the colours and pressing out shapes. You can also add dried fruit or sprinkles to the mix to make them even more colourful. Scroll down for the recipe.
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This recipe came about through desperation. Geoff and I were recently on a vacation to one of those holiday destinations where bakeries and treats abound, but, as usual, there was next to nothing that was gluten free. Sure we could go to the grocery store and buy prepackaged gluten free cookies, but it’s just not the same as biting into something sweet and crispy and oh-so-dreamy from the bakery case! Other than that, though, our vacation was great (read: warm and without snow). It also turned out to be inspiring because when we got home we decided to create a recipe that would look and taste as good as all those confections on display. I think we nailed it! These cream cheese pastries are crisp and flaky on the outside and soft and creamy and sweet in the middle. Geoff says they are better than anything he’s had in a longgg time! And they are versatile: make them with your favorite fruit pie filling – cheery, apple, blueberry … whatever you can imagine. Drizzle them with glaze or melted chocolate, dust them with icing sugar, or just leave them plain, which is the way we like ‘em. (Scroll down for the recipe.)
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These gluten free french toast muffins taste just like french toast but without the hassle. All you have to do is mix a few things together and toss them in the oven. No watching and flipping required – making them perfect for brunch! Of course you can use fresh gluten free bread, but if you’re like us and have a few bags of stale gf bread in your freezer, this is the recipe you’ve been waiting for. Whole grain, white, poppy seed, raisin – all will work wonderfully.
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This gluten free white cake is Geoff’s new favorite cake! We have been trying to come up with a great white cake recipe for a couple of years now, and I think this is it. The lemon is very mild – just enough to add the smallest hint of citrus – so what you are left with is a moist, airy not-too-sweet vanilla cake. If you follow this blog, you know I am not much of a cake decorator (this is about as fancy as I can get) but if you are so inclined, this would be a fantastic recipe to use for a birthday cake or a gf layer cake. Sandwiched on either side of a layer of lemon custard or raspberry jam, it would be to die for!
Great tasting white cake, like white bread, is hard to make gluten free. Unlike, say, a chocolate cake, there’s just nothing in a white cake to hide the unfamiliar aftertaste that some gf flours leave behind. In this recipe, though, the combination of the almond flour and the lemon does just that, but without taking over from the delicate vanilla. We’ll be making this one again…and again…and again… (Scroll down for the recipe.)
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You can really taste the hazelnut flour in these rich and decadent chocolate hazelnut cupcakes. Great served plain, but once you add the creamy Nutella frosting (recipe below) you will NOT be able to stop at one! I used to make the glutenous version of these almost every year for Geoff for Valentine’s Day. He LOVED them. So when I found hazelnut flour in the grocery store the other day, I knew exactly what I was going to do with it – convert his old favorite to gluten free. I figured it’d be good, but it turned out even better than I expected! We actually like the gluten free version better. The hazelnut flour gives the cakes a more complex flavour and better texture. Scroll down and hit continue reading for the recipe.
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We have been following glutenfreelunchboxes.com for years now and really enjoy Kate’s inventive recipes and wonderful photos. If you have children who need gluten free lunches, or are just tired of the same old lunches yourself, check out her new site and her new e-cookbook! Well done Kate!
This meal is on the table in under thirty minutes, but it sure doesn’t look that way! And all that’s required are some chicken breasts, an orange, a few odds ‘n ends, and some spices. The recipe is versatile too – feel like an Asian influence – add more gf soy sauce, ginger, and peppers. Looking for something fresh and fruity, cut back on the spices and let the orange shine through. Truly easy peasy! (Scroll down for the recipe.)
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I should probably admit that I am not a huge fan of football. I never really learned the rules of the game so by the middle of the Super Bowl’s first down, I’m usually staring blankly at the television screen wondering why my lawn never looks that good – or my butt for that matter!
What I am a huge fan of, however, is football parties and especially the party food! Chips and dip… pulled pork … bowls of chili with cheese and sour cream and little shavings of green onions sprinkled on top. You name it, I probably love it. (Explains the butt thing, doesn’t it…)
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As we’ve said before, come January we start pulling out the slow cooker for some mid-winter comfort foods. But slow cookers can be used for more than roasting and stewing, as this gluten free slow cooker bread demonstrates! This bread is heavy and sweet like a rye bread but I think my favorite thing about it is that it actually GETS BETTER WITH AGE! It’s good on the day you bake it, better the next day, and at its best the day after that. I think it’s the almond flour that keeps it moist and gets better as it slowly absorbs all the flavours. Whatever the reason, it’s not until day four that this bread finally starts to dry out and lose flavour. (I only know this because Geoff and I showed severe restraint while watching a wonderful golden loaf age away on our counter top. Four days was as much as we could take!) If you don’t like having a freezer full of half eaten loaves of gf bread, and you do like a heavy artisan-style loaf that has just a hint of Danish rye flavour, this is the recipe for you!
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Made in the microwave, this gluten free (and dairy free) sponge cake is airy and not too sweet. And with a double hit of almond, it tastes like angel food cake – which is a bit of an addiction of mine. This cake is perfect for those times when you just want a quick treat (read: don’t want to make an entire cake because you know you’ll end up eating the whole thing after everyone else goes to bed!) The problem is that it’s waayyy too easy to make another one, and … well … maybe just one more ….
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