Christmas Joy… Dark Chocolate Cupcake with Chocolate Ganache or Chocolate Mousse)
These Red White and Blue Strawberries will delight guests at your picnics, parties and gatherings this weekend! They are simple to make, beautiful to look at and tasty to eat, oh, and Patriotic too! Enjoy!Ingredients24 StrawberiesDark Chocolate Melting Wafers (or 2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips melted with 1 Tbsp. spectrum shortening)White Chocolate Melting Wafers (or 1 1/2 cups white chocolate chips melted with 1 Tbsp. spectrum shortening) Blue Sprinkles GFM Tip: If you don’t have blue sprinkles, no worries! You can make them. Take coarse white sugar sprinkles and add 1-2 drops of blue food coloring and mix. Add more food coloring as necessary to achieve desired color. You can buy any color sprinkle your hearts desire is at http://www.layercakeshop.com/ .DirectionsLine a large...
Gluten Free Pumpkin Brownies~Egg Free This is a simple and easy brownie that is egg free and perfect any time of the year. The pumpkin not only acts as a pumpkin flavor to this brownie, it acts as the egg replacer, making these moist and delicious. You can sprinkle them with powdered sugar after cooled or spread cream cheese frosting over the top.
Sometimes I want coffee and sometimes and want coffee flavored food! If you are a coffee lover you will love this delicious gluten free Espresso Chocolate Chip Quick Bread. Now when I say quick…I am really meaning quick. It is so easy to throw together and its done baking in 35 minutes if using the mini bread pans and about an hour using the regular pan.
Gluten Free Mama’s Gluten Free Pretzel Toffee with Glutino Pretzels has got to be hands down the best candy to serve, give away as gifts and eat at Christmas time! Today I am going to share with you my updated version to this recipe. It is featured in my second cookbook, In the Kitchen with Gluten Free Mama
A few years ago, I was in Pasadena with my husband on a little husband/wife getaway. We were walking down Colorado street and there was a little corner bakery, in fact I think it was called Corner Bakery. We stopped there for lunch. While trying to decide what I wanted for lunch my eyes were drawn to the bakery case where these Whoopie Pies, little cakes filled with creamy filling, were enveloping my attention.