When you’re cooking on an open fire, desserts other than s’mores or roasted marshmallows can be hard to come by. If you’re in the mood for something different, follow this recipe and create a sweet, orange-infused pudding with a hint of almonds and cinnamon. The almond flour makes it creamy and the dried fruit adds taste and more texture. Top with a spoon full of gluten free caramel sauce for an extra decadent treat. This pudding recipe is an adaptation of Nourishment for Living Well’s almond flour raspberry muffin recipe. Click here to find a link to the recipe and to read our review of these awesome muffins!
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I love beef dips and this is one of the best I’ve ever had – glutenous or non-glutenous. Based on our slow cooker roast beef recipe, the meat and the jus are slow roasted in a crock pot. The meat is fantastic on its own, nicely browned with lots of flavour, and the dip is salty and savory with just a hint of peppery hotness. The sandwich takes some effort, but it’s certainly worth it!
If you like lemon, you’ll love The Wholesome Pursuit‘s flourless lemon upside down cake! It’s moist and not too sweet with a zesty lemon flavour that’s out of this world. And believe it or not, it’s gluten free, dairy free and healthful!
See below for the rest of our review, what we did differently, and the link to the recipe.
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This weekend is the Victoria Day long weekend, and in our neck of the woods that means it’s the unofficial start of summer. In honor of the season, we decided to post one of our best gluten free camping recipes. If you’re out camping, having a Bar-B-Que or just spending an evening by the fire or even beside the fireplace (it is Canada after all!) give these pastry pockets a try – you won’t be disappointed!
Cooked on a wooden dowel (purchased at any hardware store), they can be stuffed with an endless assortment of goodies. Try peanut butter and jam (Geoff’s favorite), Nutella (my favorite), our not-too-sweet cream cheese icing and a sprinkling of cinnamon (tastes like a cinnamon bun – fantastic!), and fruit flavoured yogurt (more healthful and still very tasty).
This easy-to-do recipe makes a round flat loaf of amazing, lean, rustic bread. The crust is crisp and buttery and the crumb is tender and moist but not gummy. Great on its own, it’s fantastic with a bit of butter or margarine. Add jam or a slice of cheese and it’s out of this world. Because of the whey powder, this loaf is not dairy free. If you are looking for gluten and dairy free, try our recipe for crusty bread.
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When you’re eating gluten free, snacks and quick meals can be hard to come by. This recipe makes 15 bars that you can wrap up and take with you so you don’t need to worry about being hungry at snack time! It’s also incredibly versatile so be creative and add your own favorite ingredients to make a tray of chewy take-a-long bars that taste great and are stuffed full of good things.
We originally posted this recipe a year ago but since it has been getting quite a few hits on pinterest lately, we thought we’d repost it for our new readers and followers!
We had some leftover strawberries from making this salad and decided to use them up in some gluten free muffins. The delicate flavour of strawberry can easily be overpowered in baked goods, so to intensify the berry-ness of these muffins we use strawberry coulis both as a wet ingredient and as a garnish while serving. We also use mild and slightly sweet coconut and oat flours which compliment the strawberries, keep these muffins moist and light and pack nutrition and fibre into every bite. With your favorite morning cup of “pick me up,” these muffins make an awesome weekend breakfast!
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NOTE: We always use certified gluten free oats and oat flour. However, some people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance can still have reactions to oats. If you have concerns about using oats and oat products, you should speak to your physician.