I found this fabulous recipe for cupcakes on fantasy author S. J. Wolff’s blog, Wolff’s Realm. I converted it and the result was awesome – they disappeared before I could even get a photo! So I made them again, added a ginger cookie and coconut crust, and didn’t tell anyone until I had a picture to post! The ginger and coconut flavours combined beautifully with the pumpkin, the crumbs added a bit of texture, and the tarts also came out of the pan easier.
This would also be great with Mary’s Magnificent Pie Crust!
Like this? You might also like these other gluten free recipes from gf and me:
rustic gluten free apple tarts
gluten free banana cream pie
This is a post from last October. We have been craving pumpkin lately so we thought we’d post it again for other fall pumpkin fans! Continue reading
I know, I know. These look more like a Peanut Butter Cup than a Kit Kat Bar but without a proper chocolate mold this was what we came up with! These gluten free Kit Kat “Bars” taste like the real thing. The secret is getting the chocolate to filling ratio just right! And they aren’t that difficult to make. No oven required – just a blender and a microwave. We posted this recipe last Christmas but thought we’d post it again for the upcoming Halloween Season. These would be great treats for your ghosts and goblins at any gf halloween parties!
Like this? You might also like these other gluten free candy recipes:
For a dairy free (and all-around healthier) version, check out the recipe at Fork and Beans that inspired our own.
If you are looking for a quick and easy – and delicious – gluten free dinner roll recipe, this is it! Based on our recipe for white bread mini loaves, these rolls are easy to make, fluffy and airy, and taste fantastic. And yes, they use yeast but please don’t think that means they are complicated to make. While you do need to leave them time to rise (40 minutes) the rest is as easy as pie… No, scratch that. It’s even easier – more like a stir and bake cake. Looking for gluten free bread recipes? Try these:
gf white bread mini loaves
gf and df sandwich bread – great for a bread machine
Rural Route Lupiac’s brioche
Looking for a fantastic gluten free brunch idea? Try these waffles made with almond flour. They are crispy and toasted golden brown on the outside and dissolve-in-your mouth airy in the middle. Serve with your favorite syrup or treat yourself with strawberries, peaches, or blueberries and whipped cream! Also great with fat free yogurt!If you have leftovers, they can be frozen and reheated in a toaster. Great for a workday breakfast treat! This recipe is an adaptation of one given to us by friend. Thanks for your generosity Elissa.
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Looking for brunch ideas? You might also like these gluten free recipes from gfandme!
Cloud 9 Pancakes
If you follow this blog, you’ll know that some of our best recipes come from my mother Mary. As we have said, she is known for her pies – both glutinous and gluten free – and she often drops by with a gf one for Geoff. Last week’s was lemon meringue 🙂 It was sooooo good we figured we re-post her gf pie crust recipe with quantities and instructions for single crust pies.
For a lighter/flakier version and/or instructions for a two crust pie, see our earlier post.
Like this? You might also enjoy our recipes for these creations from Mary. Click on the picture to go to the recipe post.