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Welcome to our interactive gluten-free cooking section, featuring recipes and cooking tips from Celiac.com's Cooking Expert Connie Sarros, author of Newly Diagnosed Survival Kit, Wheat-free Gluten-free Dessert Cookbook, Wheat-free Gluten-free Recipes for Special Diets, Wheat-free Gluten-free Reduced Calorie Cookbook, Wheat-free Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids and Busy Adults and Gluten-free Cooking for Dummies, Connie Sarros travels the country speaking to celiac support groups.
A fun twist on delicious (and easy) gluten-free sandwich bread. This is a fun recipe to make with kids – they can pop popcorn and watch it transform into flour before their eyes.
Looking for a great gluten-free angel food cake recipe? Want to spice it up a notch? Try this cake and its many variations at any time of year for a light and pleasing dessert option.
Looking for a healthy, safe and delicious snack or breakfast you can eat on the run? This is your meal ticket! Gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free, these can also be made low sugar, nut-free and to suit what you already have available in your pantry!
A delicious & healthy spin on a traditional cookie. May be enjoyed by nearly anyone (without a peanut allergy). Free from gluten, eggs, soy, and even sugar!
A discussion of an upcoming talk the author is giving at a culinary institute, based on a look back at fabulous simply-prepared gluten-free meals. The author makes the case for including meals made with fewer ingredients and a fresh approach, just right for those with food allergies, sensitivities and intolerance.
An explosion of incredible taste, texture and color all from such an unassuming muffin? Yes! All this and loads of healthy ingredients make for the perfect new year's resolution solution!
These bars are the perfect representation of this transitional fall season: green zucchini to bid the late summer goodbye, orange pumpkin as the harbinger of all things autumnal, and creamy white cream cheese topping peeking through as a hint of the snows to come. They are also moist, healthy and easy to make - how's that for an ideal recipe?
Looking for a moist, melt-in-your mouth bread that can easily be made in a bread machine or your oven? This recipe is just the ticket to your next sandwich or even french toast! Also use with my Favorite Fall Stuffing recipe for your holiday table!
A colorful twist on the traditional sweet potato casserole. I’ll admit that I am a sucker for anything sweet potato. In preparation for a gluten-free Thanksgiving cooking class I was teaching, I decided to break out of my usual habit of making one of my favorite sweet potato casseroles in order to create something more colorful, more fresh, more crunchy, more crisp, more the total embodiment of autumn…
One of the great pleasures of the holidays is having a wide assortment of goodies around to enjoy with family and friends. Don't get left out of the fun because you're gluten intolerant. Organize an old-fashioned cookie exchange with gluten free recipes. Here’s how to do it...
It's not as hard as you might think! It's easy to start with the big items—a gluten-free turkey, gluten-free stuffing, gluten-free pumpkin pie, and of course, gluten-free gravy. All are easily achievable by the average home cook, and no one will be able to tell anything is different or unusual—just a lovingly prepared meal full of flavor.
Having gone gluten-free I, like many of you, have been struggling with gluten-free baking challenges. I began with pancakes. My first pancakes, made with a popular mix, were not the light, fluffy things that I remembered. My son compared them to hockey pucks. They got eaten, but were not a favorite..