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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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 recipe can’t be easier. Just mix together these few ingredients, store in an airtight container, and you’ll always have your favorite taco seasoning at the ready. Add a little – or a lot – to flavour your taco fillings or use it to make a tasty taco salad. And it’s easy to make it your own: add as little or as much salt as you want, fire it up with more pepper flakes, or cool it down by leaving out the cayenne. It’s up to you!
This gluten free beef stew makes a hardy savory dinner and any leftovers can be frozen and reheated for busy weeknights. We think that the trick to an excellent stew is a lot of beef flavour – we are from Alberta after all! With a triple hit of beef stew meat, beef stock, and beef bouillon, this recipe fits the bill. Oh, and carrots – for some reason I love carrots in stew. Last year, in honour of St. Patrick’s Day, we decided to try making gluten free bread bowls. Our Crusty Bread recipe was just the right size and held up well!
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Once you have this around for a while you’ll wonder what you did without it. This onion soup mix is great to use for a quick cup-of-soup, for dips, a rub for meats, or a base for sauces, soups, stews, and gravies. Stored in an airtight jar, it will last for at least a month.
Below you will find a recipe for the onion soup mix as well as some suggested ways to put it to good use.
Marinated in a honey-orange marinade, this chicken comes out of the oven soft, tender, and juicy. The zest in the marinade really adds the flavour of oranges to the dish which also has a hint of spice from the chili pepper and sweetness from the honey. Goes well with a tossed salad, or for something heartier, pair it with rice.
We love our crusty breads but we have been searching for a really great recipe for gf sandwich bread. Then Geoff’s massage therapist – the BEST massage therapist – told him about this recipe she’d found on the Gluten Free Real Food website. IT IS FANTASTIC! The crust is crusty but not hard and the crumb is soft and malleable with lots of good air pockets. It produces a good size loaf (bigger than our old bakery wheat bread), slices thin or thick, freezes well and can be lightly thawed in the microwave. Oh, and it tastes great too – sweet, salty, and a bit nutty. As for shelf life, it’s still good on day two and just starts to lose its flavour and fluff on day three – not bad for a no preservative bread of any kind!
Find a link to the recipe and more information below.
Our original crusty bread is one of our most popular posts, so we figured gf and me’s readers might be interested in another artisan bread recipe. This one uses our new favorite flour – tapioca flour – and has a wonderful flavour and good air pockets. Like our original crusty bread, it too has a soft chewy crumb.
Our thanksgiving stuffing (or dressing) is sweet and savory and with a tender bite. Based on a traditional family recipe that’s loaded with onions, raisins, and apples, it’s not too spicy and lets the flavours of all of the ingredients come through so that every mouthful is a bit different from the last. This is a great basic recipe, though, so indulge your inner foodie and make it your own with additional spices, dried fruit, nuts – you get the idea!If you already have a favorite non-GF stuffing recipe that you want to convert be prepared to add extra moisture to the mix.
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Yes, we said “easy” and “bread” and no, that’s not an oxymoron. Crunchy on the outside and soft and chewy in the middle, this dairy free and gluten free crusty bread – an adaptation of no-knead bread – has a slight sourdough taste and the look and texture of an artisan loaf. It doesn’t keep for more than a few hours so the recipe produces a mini-loaf about the size of four dinner rolls. Scroll down for the recipe.
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