Take time to get out the ingredients, bake cupcakes and make frosting, then feel disappointed by the end result. Has it ever happened to you? It’s happened to all of us at one time or another. Today, that changes for good! With only three elementary tips, my 3 Keys to Cupcake Success, you can overhaul your methods and make cupcakes great again. By simply following these pointers, you will elevate any cupcake you make to superstar status. Just. Like. That. Continue Reading
A hint of cinnamon, a whisper of cayenne and BIG flavor from roasting the veggies is what you’ll find in these gluten-free Roasted Sweet Potato – Red Onion Biscuits.
Taking time to roast the sweet potatoes and onion in a touch of coconut oil with a generous sprinkling of coarse sea salt guarantees deep flavor in this otherwise simple biscuit recipe.
No exaggeration, this is THE best baked good I’ve ever eaten. Ever. EVER.
I’ve made pull apart bread for you in the past – the traditional version and my Christmas Morning version – and these are one of the most popular recipes on the site (next to my Indulgent Macaroni ‘n Cheese and my award winning Cornbread), but this one, if you love pumpkin, you must try it before fall is gone. The recipe is similar, but has fewer ingredients and a couple of significant changes so that it works well with the moisture of pumpkin.
Almost all of you will be able to enjoy it because it’s free from gluten, dairy, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, yeast, corn and it is full of pumpkin flavor! Honestly, the bread is great on its own, but that caramel. It cooks up so thick and silky that you would swear there was butter or cream in there, but it’s totally dairy-free. Continue Reading
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Do you know about Graham Cracker Cake? Growing up, one of my aunts made it on occasion. The recipe came from the back of a graham cracker box, but is also jotted down in the back of one of her old cookbooks (now on my shelf) in faded blue ink. I changed the recipe to make a gluten-free version and decided it’s perfect to share with you, all dressed up as a Gluten-Free Graham Cracker Cake with Smores Topping.
The cake is made with graham cracker crumbs and only a small amount of flour. My aunt topped hers with chocolate buttercream. I couldn’t resist making the most of some goodies from Schar and turning it into a smores cake!
Have you tried Schar Gluten Free Honey Grahams yet? If not, you’re going to want to grab a couple boxes – one for snacking and one for making this cake. :-)
Each box contains three portion packs, so there’s no worries about repackaging the crackers so they don’t get stale. Portion packs also make it easy to pop one into a lunch box, slip a packet into your purse or take on the go anywhere.
Schar is making it easy for you to try a sample, too!
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Every year it feels like we jump from cooking out on Labor Day to making all things pumpkin in anticipation of fall. I don’t mind pumpkin at all, as you will see if you enter “pumpkin” in the search box here on the site, but I also love apples. After all, October is Apple Month! (I secretly say it’s Pumpkin Month, too!). This Whipped Cream Cheese Apple Dip is the perfect quick, easy appetizer, snack or dessert for just about any time, but it’s definitely more special in the autumn when apples are at their peak locally.
While most of the recipes here are dairy-free (as well as gluten, soy, peanut and tree nut free), this one, I wanted to share with real dairy ingredients for those who can enjoy them. Continue Reading
When you’re gluten-free, sometimes the holiday festivities can be a bit less-than-festive since we often find ourselves spending a great deal of time worrying about what is, and what is not, safe to eat while we’d rather just be enjoying the festivities like everyone else. Around Halloween, for children with celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity, this is especially concerning. With class parties at school, fun fall festivals and of course, trick-or-treating, risks seem to be lurking at every turn when it comes to gluten contamination.
I put together this 2016 Gluten-Free Halloween Candy List, which I update every September, to help you make gluten-free candy selections this fall, and any other time your sweet tooth strikes.
Note: this list is not all-inclusive but I’ve tried to make sure the top Halloween/fall treats are here, as well as mainstream brands. I’ve included a few specialty allergen-free candies, too.