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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Many of the best classic desserts are thankfully gluten free naturally. Note that many do contain dairy - sorry! Some of my favourites include:

Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta

http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2009/04/perfect-panna-cotta/

Hazelnut Semifreddo with Caramel Sauce

http://theitaliandishblog.com/imported-20090913150324/2010/3/9/hazelnut-semifreddo-with-caramel-sauce.html

Creme Brulee

http://www.french-culture-adventures.com/creme-brulee-recipe.html

Bananas Foster

http://www.brennansneworleans.com/r_bananasfoster.html

Pavlova with Passion Fruit Custard

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Pavlova-with-a-Passionfruit-Curd-104028

Eton Mess

http://www.joyofbaking.com/EtonMess.html

Chocolate Truffles

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Chocolate-Truffles-233316

Raspberry Pate de Fruits

http://frenchfood.about.com/od/desserts/r/Raspberry-Pates-De-Fruits-Recipe.htm?nl=1

Salted Butter Caramels

http://frenchfood.about.com/od/desserts/r/saltedcaramels.htm

Vanilla Bean Poached Pears in White Wine

http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2009/11/how-to-make-poached-pears/

Double Chocolate Pave with Hazelnut Crust

http://www.recipebridge.com/recipe/338/7380522525/double-chocolate-pave-with-hazelnut-crust

And one of my favourites I've been making since I was a kid:

Hazelnut-Almond Dacquoise with Espresso Buttercream

http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/hazelnut-almond-dacquoise.aspx

Please feel to add your favourites. I have more to add but will leave it at this for today.

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Many of the best classic desserts are thankfully gluten free naturally. Note that many do contain dairy - sorry! Some of my favourites include:

Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta

http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2009/04/perfect-panna-cotta/

Hazelnut Semifreddo with Caramel Sauce

http://theitaliandishblog.com/imported-20090913150324/2010/3/9/hazelnut-semifreddo-with-caramel-sauce.html

Creme Brulee

http://www.french-culture-adventures.com/creme-brulee-recipe.html

Bananas Foster

http://www.brennansneworleans.com/r_bananasfoster.html

Pavlova with Passion Fruit Custard

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Pavlova-with-a-Passionfruit-Curd-104028

Eton Mess

http://www.joyofbaking.com/EtonMess.html

Chocolate Truffles

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Chocolate-Truffles-233316

Raspberry Pate de Fruits

http://frenchfood.about.com/od/desserts/r/Raspberry-Pates-De-Fruits-Recipe.htm?nl=1

Salted Butter Caramels

http://frenchfood.about.com/od/desserts/r/saltedcaramels.htm

Vanilla Bean Poached Pears in White Wine

http://www.davidlebovitz.com/2009/11/how-to-make-poached-pears/

Double Chocolate Pave with Hazelnut Crust

http://www.recipebridge.com/recipe/338/7380522525/double-chocolate-pave-with-hazelnut-crust

And one of my favourites I've been making since I was a kid:

Hazelnut-Almond Dacquoise with Espresso Buttercream

http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/hazelnut-almond-dacquoise.aspx

Please feel to add your favourites. I have more to add but will leave it at this for today.

Please open a restaurant in my town. :D

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Please open a restaurant in my town. :D

Love to especially since where you live is far warmer than where I do! I've been approached several times to open a restaurant - part of me wants to but my logical side says nay.

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Love to especially since where you live is far warmer than where I do! I've been approached several times to open a restaurant - part of me wants to but my logical side says nay.

Especially warm to date with paper whites blooming in December. Do you know how to make a million dollars in a restaurant? Invest two million. :lol:;)

....exit the hijacking ..too good a topic to interrupt :) .

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Especially warm to date with paper whites blooming in December. Do you know how to make a million dollars in a restaurant? Invest two million. :lol:;)

....exit the hijacking ..too good a topic to interrupt :) .

So true! :lol: I'd rather continue teaching cooking classes for the utmost in flexibility and no $2M investment! :D

Paper whites? Seriously? We've had snow for nearly a month already (although I missed part of it as we were on vacation). Yuck.

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So true! :lol: I'd rather continue teaching cooking classes for the utmost in flexibility and no $2M investment! :D

Paper whites? Seriously? We've had snow for nearly a month already (although I missed part of it as we were on vacation). Yuck.

Will you be my Mommy? My personal chef? Marry me? The weather only just turned cold in the last few days (highs still 45-50)

Probably wouldn't work.

Do you have any bite sized desserts that I could make a day ahead for a party? Besides truffles. I have some of those recipe we like & I am going to make. They freeze well.

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Will you be my Mommy? My personal chef? Marry me? The weather only just turned cold in the last few days (highs still 45-50)

Probably wouldn't work.

Do you have any bite sized desserts that I could make a day ahead for a party? Besides truffles. I have some of those recipe we like & I am going to make. They freeze well.

:lol::lol::lol: Sorry - my husband wouldn't be overly enthused if I were to leave him... :D

Nice temps! Man, I cannot imagine how nice it would be not to have to deal with "real" winters.

Will look for some bite-sized desserts for you as long as you send me some of your weather! :P

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I think that one of our favorite naturally gluten free desserts is baked apples stuffed with homemade pumpkin butter. We love it so much that we make it for breakfast too:)

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I think that one of our favorite naturally gluten free desserts is baked apples stuffed with homemade pumpkin butter. We love it so much that we make it for breakfast too:)

That sounds delicious! Will have to try it as I have several kinds of nut butters on hand. Great beakfast idea!

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Will you be my Mommy? My personal chef? Marry me? The weather only just turned cold in the last few days (highs still 45-50)

Probably wouldn't work.

Do you have any bite sized desserts that I could make a day ahead for a party? Besides truffles. I have some of those recipe we like & I am going to make. They freeze well.

The Pate de Fruit is bite sized and you can make all sorts of flavours. Simple and elegant looking and fine made the day before.

How about homemade marshmallows? They are fun, funky and soooooo good. Mini pavlovas? You can make them the size of a cookie.

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The Pate de Fruit is bite sized and you can make all sorts of flavours. Simple and elegant looking and fine made the day before.

How about homemade marshmallows? They are fun, funky and soooooo good. Mini pavlovas? You can make them the size of a cookie.

I think we will try the Pate de Fruit this weekend. Its like a fancy fruit gummy.

M would probably like to make the marshmallows sometime.

I live in Kansas City. Its usually much colder by now. We have just been lucky.

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I'm not making the fancy fruit gummies this week. Raspberries were $4.99 for 6 oz. It would be $20 just for the raspberries! Frozen are cheaper, so I might try that.

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I'm not making the fancy fruit gummies this week. Raspberries were $4.99 for 6 oz. It would be $20 just for the raspberries! Frozen are cheaper, so I might try that.

Ouch - that is expensive! I've made them with other fruits such as blueberry, apple and cinnamon, and pear. Not sure what my favourite would be as I love them all!

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Ouch - that is expensive! I've made them with other fruits such as blueberry, apple and cinnamon, and pear. Not sure what my favourite would be as I love them all!

Hub liked the idea. I just won't make a batch this weekend that we munch up & another next weekend.

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I also suggest pavlovas for anyone looking for a yummy naturally gluten free dessert. Everyone always loves them!

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for those who are dairy sensitive, coconut milk can be subbed in most recipes, including puddings/custards.

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I made Bananas Foster today - it is also intrinsically gluten free.

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Ooooh! I just saw this list. Have to admit I don't recognize most of the items on it. But it may come in handy when I have to bring dessert!

My own favorite is:

Old Fashioned Tapioca Pudding, http://www.bobsredmill.com/recipe/printer.php?rid=858

Not to mention:

Indian rice pudding, http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/aarti-sequeira/indian-rice-pudding-recipe/index.html

(an easy one in which to substitute coconut milk)

And now that it's the holiday season, how about:

Eggnog

Peppermint Bark

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This thread reminded me of how many Indian desserts are naturally gluten-free. Here's a couple more:

Coconut Burfi, http://www.manjulaskitchen.com/2007/10/18/coconut-burfi/

Ras Malai, http://www.manjulaskitchen.com/2007/12/02/ras-malai/

(Manjula is amazing! She's like having a private tutor in Indian cooking.)

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This thread reminded me of how many Indian desserts are naturally gluten-free. Here's a couple more:

Coconut Burfi, http://www.manjulaskitchen.com/2007/10/18/coconut-burfi/

Ras Malai, http://www.manjulaskitchen.com/2007/12/02/ras-malai/

(Manjula is amazing! She's like having a private tutor in Indian cooking.)

I concur. Indian desserts are divine!

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I'll add another to the list - Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake. I will be making this for Christmas.

http://www.cooksillustrated.com/recipes/detail.asp?docid=20859&Extcode=L1NN3AA00

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