Cobbler is one of those few desserts that speak family, speak comfort, speak tradition to me. Whenever we would go to grandmas house for dinner, she always had her famous Peach Cobbler for dessert. Grandma made hers the southern way, with an amazing biscuit topping. It was D-elicious! If I ever find her recipe, I will convert it gluten free for you.
Mama’s Hamburger Pie is a delicious main dish that you will want to add to your gluten free dinner menu. I grew up on Hamburger Pie. It was a favorite in our household, however, I was the ONE holdout in the family. When I was young, I couldn’t stand cheddar cheese. So my mom would give me my piece, and scrape off the melted cheddar cheese. Thank goodness, as I grew up, I eventually outgrew my dislike of cheese, I now love cheese.
I was walking through the grocery store one day and saw this amazing Mixed Berry Crostata on the front of a Better Homes and Gardens Special Issue Magazine called Cooks Secret. The picture of the Crostata looked so delicious that of course I bought the magazine. I thought to myself, I wonder if this would work using Mama’s Pie Crust Mix.
When I am out at gluten free trade shows, cooking classes, or on the phone with customers, one of the biggest things people have trouble with is making pies. Some people are so afraid to make a pie that they don’t even try. Maybe they tried making normal pies before and had a disaster, or perhaps there first attempt at gluten free pies was disastrous
What if I told you that making gluten free pies can not only be easy, they can be fun to make, turn out beautiful and be flaky and delicious? Would you try it? Well today is the day to conquer your fear of baking pies and learn how to make gluten free pies and have success every time! Not only that enjoy Mama’s delicious recipe for Dairy Free Pumpkin Pie, perfect timing for Thanksgiving!
A group of gluten free food bloggers and I teamed up to bring you a bunch of gluten free side dishes and a few desserts that you can make for your Thanksgiving Table. Food writers and bloggers like myself work hours and hours trying to perfect recipes just so you and I can enjoy them.