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!
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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 chocolate potato cake is one of the lightest gluten free cakes we’ve tried. It has a fluffy, crumbly texture and a mild chocolate flavour. You’d never guess that the recipe uses mashed potatoes!This is a conversion of a recipe that I came across in our local paper. (I also halved the recipe which explains some of the odd measurements.) The caption in the paper says that the potatoes boost nutrition, but I’m not so sure about that!
With a texture that’s beyond fudgy, these flourless gluten free brownies have just a hint of sweetness and a whole lot of dark chocolate goodness. Just to be extra decadent, we coat them with a not-too-sweet cream cheese and Nutella icing. The brownies are really good, but the combination with the frosting is to die for!A very kind neighbour gave us this brownie recipe. Thanks Christine!
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Been missing Ferrero Rocher since you went gluten free? Well Geoff has. It used to be one of his holiday favorites, so this year we decided to try to make some that were gluten free. The results were incredible – although perhaps not as pretty as those little gold and silver foil-wrapped balls of chocolate! We did, however, feed them to some unsuspecting gluten eaters who all said they liked these even better than the original. In fact, they ordered requested we make more! If you like nutella and chocolate then this is the recipe for you!