Now and then Jesse and I make a ridiculously delicious dessert like this Gluten Free Red Velvet Cheesecake.
Often we bake these crazy desserts for my family and the recipes always turn out nothing short of amazing. This Red Velvet Cheesecake was no exception and despite appearances and the long instructions below it is very simple to make! The cake is super fluffy and the cream cheese frosting just tops off the cake!
If you want to make a “gluten containing” version simply replace the gluten free flour for normal flour. Either way you’re guaranteed this cheesecake will taste fantastic! Continue reading →
This past week I have been craving lemon flavoured baked treats which resulted in these Gluten Free Lemon Brownies. I blame Jesse (my partner) as he surprised me last weekend with my favourite dessert, Lemon Tart, and it was amazing.
So I decided to make yet another lemon flavoured treat, these lemon brownies and I’m sure glad I did. They’re biter size treats packed full of tangy lemon flavour and a lemon glaze to finish. Absolutely delicious!
In my family these Gluten Free Chocolate Coconut Balls are known as “Nothings” but you might know these bite size treats as Rum Balls or Golf Balls? They only require 4 ingredients and don’t require any baking which always makes for a great recipe!
They are often made when my family get together to celebrate a Birthday or Christmas. The problem is they always seem to disappear from the table. So these days we make a separate batch for my brother so everyone else gets to enjoy them too!
With thanks to my wonderful Nan and sister for the original recipe I modified to be Gluten Free.
About 2 years ago I rediscovered my love for peanut butter and baking every peanut butter recipe I can get my hands on, including these amazing Flourless Peanut Butter Choc Chip Biscuits.
Peanut butter and honey on toast remains my all time favourite way to eat peanut butter but these Peanut Butter Choc Chip Biscuits come in as a very close second. They only require 5 ingredients with the recipe taking less than 30 minutes to make from start to finish! If you’re looking for something quick to whip up before guests come over, they are the perfect treat. Quick to make and super tasty.
Saturday night my family came over for dinner and I made this Gluten Free Strawberry Rhubarb Pie! I love making ridiculously yummy desserts for my family and partner Jesse to taste test.
Whilst I must admit I have made this strawberry rhubarb pie once before I forgot just how amazing it is! The pastry is nice and flaky and the pie has the perfect balance of tart and sweet flavour. Thanks to Williams and Sonoma for the original recipe I modified to be gluten free.
Anyway, I thought I would share the recipe with you. It’s well worth making and goes perfectly with a scoop of ice cream.