This Gluten Free Cheesecake recipe makes a traditional baked cheesecake with a dense, smooth, and creamy consistency, featuring the fall flavours of pumpkin. A spiced almond crust finishes it off nicely.
Date Squares is an old-fashioned, simple, sweet treat, easily made and served as a hearty dessert or snack. This particular recipe uses gluten free oatmeal, a little organic raw cane sugar, and raisins.
Gluten Free Garlic Bread Sticks are nicely seasoned, crispy little sticks and seriously addictive! I can’t stop eating them! When I served them to my family who don’t necessarily avoid gluten, they were very well received!
Are you wondering how to cook skinless boneless chicken breasts to add to a salad or sandwich? A covered skillet on the stovetop will produce moist results quicker and with less mess than the oven will.
Gluten Free Peach Pie is a delicious, classic, homemade “from scratch” pie that no one will know is gluten free unless you tell them! It can very easily be made dairy free, too, if necessary. The crust is flakey, and the amazing natural flavour of fresh peaches shines through, augmented by a little raw sugar.
Carrot Slaw with Quinoa and Sesame Seeds is a healthy recipe for lunch or to serve with dinners. It’s one of those naturally gluten free dishes that’s great to make ahead. The dressing is made without mayonnaise, sweetened with a little honey, and can be spicy if you wish. Nice, sweet carrots are key to…
This Broccoli Slaw recipe with Chicken, Blueberries, and Almonds is a wonderful one dish meal! It’s great for packing in lunches (just keep it chilled) or for a light dinner on a hot day. I’ve been making it for years.