How to Make the Best Gluten-Free Shortbread
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
2M ago
This gluten-free shortbread recipe makes cookies that are rich and flavorful. They’re not too sweet and the texture is wonderful: slightly crumbly in the best way. The cookies are egg-free and can be made dairy-free. Gluten-free shortbread cookies are rich, buttery, and only require five ingredients to make. Unlike classic gluten-free sugar cookies, shortbread is naturally egg-free. The butter and vanilla are the real stars of the show here. The dough contains just enough gluten-free flour to hold everything together. Some classic recipes for shortbread contain rice flour. This means the text ..read more
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How to Make Gluten-Free Gravy
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
5M ago
Gluten-free gravy is a must-have part of many holiday meals. This easy recipe makes a flour-thickened gravy that’s deeply flavorful and a snap to make. You only need three ingredients and about 10 minutes to make a batch. By the way, what would a Thanksgiving plate be without gravy and stuffing? Try this homemade gluten-free stuffing recipe. It’s delicious on its own or topped with lots of gravy! Nothing beats the taste of homemade gravy. For me, it’s one of the best parts of Thanksgiving. The rich, savory flavor enhances everything it touches—from turkey to mashed potatoes to gluten-free stu ..read more
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How to Make a Perfect Gluten-Free Pound Cake
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
5M ago
This gluten-free pound cake is dense and buttery. It’s perfect for cake lovers. Made with gluten-free flour, butter, sugar, eggs, and just a little baking powder to lighten it. Serve it plain or with whipped cream and fresh berries. What is a pound cake? Pound cakes date back to the early 18th century. They’re dense, butter-based cakes. The original recipes were said to include a pound of butter, a pound of sugar, a pound of eggs, and a pound of flour. Hence the name: pound cake. Today there are many pound cake variations—with lemon being the most popular. This gluten-free recipe is a nod to ..read more
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Gluten-Free Brownies
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
6M ago
This gluten-free brownie recipe uses two types of chocolate for rich and fudgy brownies that chocolate fans love. You can customize it to include nuts and chocolate chips. (Recipe also works great dairy-free.) What Makes These the Best Gluten-Free Brownies? They’re dense. They’re fudgy. They’re really chocolatey. And no one will mistake these brownies for gluten-free chocolate cake. What makes them so wonderful? The combination of melted chocolate and cocoa powder gives the brownies a deep chocolate flavor. And just enough gluten-free flour to hold everything together.  (And if you love b ..read more
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Gluten-Free Garlic Bread
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
6M ago
It’s easy to make homemade gluten-free garlic bread. Start by making garlic butter, and slather it on your favorite gluten-free bread. Then, if you’d like, add cheese. Bake until brown and then it’s time to enjoy! Gluten-Free Garlic Bread Ingredients and Substitutions.  Butter. This is a buttery garlic bread. Use softened butter, either salted or unsalted. If you’d like to make dairy-free garlic bread, use a dairy-free buttery spread. Some dairy-free folks even use mayonnaise.  Garlic. Minced garlic brings the flavor. For the strongest flavor, use freshly minced raw garlic.  Pa ..read more
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How to Make Perfect Gluten-Free Waffles
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
7M ago
These are the best gluten-free waffles. They’re crispy and light with a delicate interior. To make things easy, this one-bowl recipe uses a gluten-free flour blend. (Egg-free and dairy-free variations are included.) If you love waffles, make sure to put these almond flour waffles on your “must-try list.” It’s easy to make gluten-free waffles. Simply whisk all the ingredients together in a large bowl. Heat up your favorite waffle iron and cook until brown. Then serve with your favorite toppings. Or make a batch, freeze them, and then reheat them for an easy-on-the-go gluten-free breakfast. Egg ..read more
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Gluten-Free Vanilla Cake
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
8M ago
This gluten-free vanilla cake is moist, rich, and very vanilla. It’s a perfect cake for birthdays, weddings, or any celebration. Thanks to the gluten-free flour, butter, and sour cream, it remains soft and fresh for several days. Frost it with vanilla or gluten-free chocolate frosting. What’s the difference between vanilla cake, a white cake, and a yellow cake? If you love cake, you’ve probably enjoyed a “vanilla” cake on more than one occasion. While some folks use the terms white cake and vanilla cake interchangeably, they’re slightly different cakes. I think of these cakes as classic birthd ..read more
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The Best Gluten-Free Pancakes
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
9M ago
The BEST gluten-free pancakes you’ll ever try! This easy to follow recipe makes light and fluffy pancakes. Mix all the ingredients together in one bowl. No whipping eggs or buttermilk needed. These pancakes are for everyone. Dairy-free and egg-free variations are included with the recipe. Looking for a gluten-free and grain-free pancake recipe? Try these fluffy almond flour pancakes or these cute coconut flour pancakes. This recipe for gluten-free pancakes is so easy you can make a batch while still half asleep. Grab a bowl, whisk everything together, and cook. That’s it! No whippin ..read more
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12 Gluten-Free Recipes for Mother’s Day
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
9M ago
Celebrate the moms in your life by baking up a gluten-free treat—or two! Whether you’re starting the day with brunch, baking her a cake, or making some simple cookies, these easy recipes help you create a day to remember. 1. Almond Flour Pancakes Start Mother’s Day with a stack of fluffy almond flour pancakes. Thanks to the finely ground almond flour, they’re just as light as regular gluten-free pancakes! To make them, whisk all the ingredients together in one bowl. Then heat your griddle or nonstick pan. Spoon the batter onto the pan and cook until you see bubbles all over the surface of the ..read more
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How to Make Gluten-Free Scones
Gluten-Free Baking
by Elizabeth
9M ago
The best gluten-free scones are light, slightly sweet, and made with a few simple ingredients. The method for making them is similar to gluten-free biscuits. You start by whisking the dry ingredients together, add some cold butter, and then stir in buttermilk or cream, and an egg. (If you’re dairy-free, you’ll find substitutions for dairy included.) Then simply pat the dough into a round and let it chill before baking. That last step might catch your attention. Chilling the dough gives the gluten-free flour time to hydrate. This means your scones won’t spread and bake up light and delicious. W ..read more
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