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Gluten Free English Crispy Fried Fish

Gluten Free English Crispy Fried Fish

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 20 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 4

Inevitably as soon as cold weather rolls around, we think of comfort food. This gluten free crispy fried fish is simple to make and is adored by fish lovers. The batter that coats the fish is crisp and the fish is moist and cooked to perfection. When it comes... Read More

Ingredients

1 cup all purpose gluten free flour blend
1 cup tapioca starch
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. Himalyan salt
½ tsp. GF garlic powder
½ tsp. freshly ground black pepper
2 lb. fresh fish fillets (cod, snapper or halibut) cut to serving size
½ cup rice flour
1 large egg, whisked
1 ½ cups club soda
Oil for frying, such as coconut or grape seed
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Gluten-Free Cream Cheese Cookies

Gluten-Free Cream Cheese Cookies

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 10 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 24

Ahhh, the smell of freshly baked cookies. Is there anything more delightful after a long day at school to come home to. There are so many different types of cookies, from the typical chocolate chip to a more exotic such as this so deliciously tasty gluten-free cream cheese cookie.... Read More

Ingredients

1/2 cup butter, at room temperature (1 stick)
4 oz. light cream cheese, at room temperature
3/4 cup coconut sugar
1 large egg
2 tsp. almond or pure vanilla extract
3/4 cup arrowroot flour
1/2 cup sweet sorghum flour
1/2 cup white rice flour
1/2 tsp. Xanthan gum
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Keto Chocolate Chip Pecan Cookies {Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Low Carb}

I am ending this week with a cookie recipe because if you are like me, weekends are for baking, especially now that the holiday season is in full swing. I must admit I am so excited about this cookie recipe. Imagine a chocolate chip cookie with just 1.9 carbs per cookie and they are absolutely the best. Honestly, you can't tell that this cookie has no added sugar or grains. Now that the holidays are in full swing I have been baking daily, from gluten-free thumbprint cookies with cherry jam to gluten-free vanilla shortbread cookies for my family, friends and my team.  It took me a few tries to put the right ingredients and measurements together for this keto chocolate chip pecan cookie recipe, and voila…the cookie turned out perfect. The texture and flavour are just right, and the mini chocolate chips with chopped pecans bring this cookie to a 10! My favourite part about this cookie besides that it tastes sooo good, is that it is super easy to make. So if you are following a keto, gluten-free, grain-free or low carb diet, this cookie is for you. You will love it :-)

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 15 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 24

Gluten-Free Low-Fat Vegan Stuffing

My most favourite part of turkey dinner is a classic stuffing, one like my grandmother use to make. Because of everyone's dietary needs, it has become challenging during holiday gatherings. This is why I wanted to make a gluten-free, low-fat vegan stuffing that is light and airy and perfectly crisp on the outside. It is not the heavy cake style that you need to cut with a knife. Basic stuffing is a combination of dry bread, butter, onions, celery, broth, eggs, spices and fresh herbs. But gluten-free stuffing is a bit trickier because of the bread texture the stuffing can become dry or soggy and mushy. When you are making gluten-free stuffing, there is more to it than just using gluten-free bread, especially when making gluten-free vegan stuffing. I know it can be trying to figure out the combination of ingredients that make that perfect stuffing, so I am sharing my favourite gluten-free, low-fat vegan stuffing recipe with you. First, you must start with gluten-free white sandwich bread, do not use heavy seeded bread, it will not work. The second important part is, the bread has to be well toasted. Since gluten-free bread tends to be dry and bland, I have added fresh apples which add moisture and delicious flavour and the apple pairs well with the bread. I have also added a few raisins, adding texture and a little sweetness, trust me it makes the stuffing sensational. The rest is easy, plenty of spices, fresh herbs and just the right amount of broth, oh yes one more important ingredient, flaxseed. I would like to add that when it comes to seasoning feel free to choose any seasoning you like. Now bake the stuffing in the turkey or outside? In my opinion, gluten-free stuffing should always be cooked outside of the turkey because it needs the air. Otherwise, it WILL become soggy and mushy. Another reason to bake this stuffing outside of the turkey is that it is vegan. The best part about this stuffing is, you can add it to just about anything then smother it with gravy and dig in!

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 70 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 6-8

4 Ingredient No Bake Chocolate Marshmallow Balls

December comes around only once a year, so I feel it's time to spoil ourselves with some sweet treats. Make ahead desserts are a must during a busy month like December. These gluten-free chocolate marshmallow balls are nothing fancy, and they take only 10 minutes to make. When you combine marshmallows with chocolate, you have a winner. These little morsels are gooey, sticky with a bit of crunch, they are perfect! Hands down this is a favourite by all kids. Here is how they are made. Melt some butter with marshmallows, stir in chocolate and your favourite gluten-free cereal…roll into balls! That's it, super simple. They are perfect for snacking, make a nice addition to a cookie platter or give as a hostess gift. Enjoy!

Prep Time icon Prep Time 10 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Beginner
Cook Time icon Cook Time 5 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 24

Marinated Mushrooms Recipe – {Vegan, Keto, Paleo, Gluten-Free}

If there is something that every cheeseboard needs are marinated mushrooms. So I wanted to show you how easy is to make them at home. The recipe is super simple to prepare, but more importantly, you know the marinated mushrooms are gluten-free. Many store brands or self-serve bars in supermarkets have a possibility of containing gluten not to mention they are loaded with salt, preservatives and are costly. Marinating mushrooms in freshly made marinade add a beautiful flavour to them, and they are healthier than the store bought ones and fresh. The best part is they will keep up to 2 weeks when refrigerated in a tightly sealed glass jar. In my marinade, I used two herbs parsley and oregano, but the choice of herbs is endless, I always say, use herbs that you love the most, as long as the herbs are fresh. Another excellent way to use the mushrooms is as a hostess gift, all you need is a pretty jar and a big bow. Trust me on this, we always appreciate a homemade gift, it makes it that much more special. Who needs yet another candle right? I promise you, once you taste these marinated mushrooms you will never buy another jar. 

Prep Time icon Prep Time 5 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Beginner
Cook Time icon Cook Time 5 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 8 appetizer size

Easy Hungarian Stuffed Peppers Recipe

One of the best Hungarian stuffed peppers I had is my grandmothers. There are many versions of stuffed pepper recipes, but my grandmothers were utterly the best! Originally from Budapest, her Hungarian recipes were always as authentic as could be. As a small child I remember helping her stuff the peppers, it was my favourite thing to do whenever she was making them. Now for the recipe, I wanted to make the peppers exactly the same as the original recipe she gave me but a little simpler. First, I changed the green bell peppers for red because the red peppers are a lot sweeter, adding just the right amount of sweetness to the tomato sauce without adding sugar. My grandmother always added a little sugar to the tomato sauce because she used green peppers which are a bit bitter, so the sauce needed sweetening. Then to make the stuffing simpler I used a combination of pork and chicken sausage meat, and I also added grated carrot. The carrot adds a lovely flavour to the stuffing and keeps everything juicy. These are the only changes that I made, and the Hungarian stuffed peppers taste just like my grandmothers did. If you like stuffed peppers, you will love them! The best thing about this recipe, it is super simple to make, I promise you. My grandmother always served them with buttered noodles or good crusty bread, in my case, it would be gluten-free crusty bread, it doesn't get any more authentic than this :-) If you are looking for a gift for that special chef in your life click here -> 

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 45 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 4

Chocolate Banana Bundt Cake With Coffee Walnut Glaze {Gluten-Free}

This cake is so ready for winter weather. Let's be real, we all want comfort food in the winter. So how did I come up with this recipe? It all started in the morning when I saw two overly ripe bananas on my counter in the kitchen. Hmm, I thought what can I make with super ripe bananas that most of us would throw away. I love using ripe bananas in dessert recipes because I can cut back on the sweetener. So I thought ok what goes well with bananas. For me, it is chocolate and walnuts, two of my favourite ingredients in a cake. So I created this beautiful gluten-free and grain-free chocolate banana bundt cake. I added a little maple syrup for additional sweetness, pure cocoa and plenty of walnuts, the cake tastes almost like a brownie. Ok, the bundt cake was perfect. But I didn't stop there because I wanted to make the cake extra special, so I added a coffee walnut glaze. The glaze tastes like caramel coffee with walnuts it is so darn good and turns a simple bundt cake into the best coffee cake ever! 

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 50 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 8

Gluten-Free English Muffin Recipe

Have I ever told you I love baking? It has been a while since I made a simple muffin recipe. I think the last time I created a new muffin recipe was back in September, which was the Keto Pumpkin Cream Cheese Swirl Muffin. This recipe became a huge hit, and for some reason, I didn't create any new muffin recipes since then. In actual fact, this is not your typical sweet muffin packed with delicious fruit or chocolate. This is an English muffin which is divine when toasted. It is one of those gluten-free muffins you can use for just about anything, a toast, sandwich, or a burger smothered with gravy. But for me, I like it best toasted, slathered with grass-fed butter and topped with sharp cheddar cheese. It is my favourite gluten-free muffin to have with a morning latte or an afternoon cuppa, a British term for a cup of tea. When I decided to make this English muffin recipe, I knew the muffin had to be light and easy to toast so that you can get that crispy English muffin texture we know and love. Since I like to experiment with baking on the weekends, I set out to make the best gluten-free English muffin. Surprisingly it took only 4 batches until I came up with the perfect recipe. The texture and flavour are stunning, you will love it! So now your biggest decision is what to add to the muffin. Hmm, let me see, jam, butter, nutella, nut butter, ham, cheese, poached egg even gravy. Need I say more??  For exciting kitchen gadgets, gluten-free ingredients, cookbooks and more check out our store page ->

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 25 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 8

Gluten-Free Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Bread

Let's not mistake this recipe, it is not a coffee cake. This is a gluten-free cinnamon raisin swirl bread and it toasts beautifully. All you have to do is add your favourite spread like cream cheese, marmalade, butter or your favourite jam. This recipe makes two small loaves, so I recommend freezing one for another time. When it comes to gluten-free baking fresh is the best. As I am writing this post, I am enjoying this delicious bread toasted with a little grass-fed butter and my favourite vanilla rooibos tea. Aww so ADDICTING. I especially love the cinnamon raisin swirl it is sooo good, the swirl is not perfect, but that is not important, the bread is! I must admit I love cinnamon, it brings back all the wonderful memories when I was growing up. Walking in the kitchen and smelling freshly baked cinnamon bread is just the best, especially when the cold weather hits. This is a recipe for 2 small loaves, do not attempt to make 1 big loaf the bread just doesn't come out the same. And I recommend using the same gluten-free flour blend that I used in this recipe, I have not tried other blends, so I don't know the results…sorry. This cinnamon raisin swirl bread makes a perfect addition to Sunday brunch, enjoy!

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 40 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 2 loaves

Cheesy Buffalo Turkey Acorn Squash Bowls {Gluten-Free}

Hope you all had a fabulous Thanksgiving dinner with your family and friends. If you are like me, the last thing you want to do is eat more turkey the day after Thanksgiving. So I created this simple to make delicious feast that you can make in a jiffy from the turkey leftovers. Bring on the leftovers, the more, the better I say. These cheesy buffalo turkey acorn squash bowls are a great way to use up the turkey leftovers. They are made up of acorn squash, turkey leftovers, and delicious cheesy creamy buffalo sauce, all the things most of us love! The cheesy sauce which you can make as spicy as you like really spruces up the leftover turkey, certainly much better than turkey sandwiches. With Black Friday happening you are probably super busy shopping and will be exhausted at the end of the day, but I promise these stuffed acorn squash bowls will finish your day with a bang! In this recipe, you can also replace the turkey with leftover chicken and make it an easy anytime weeknight meal. I promise, you will LOVE these gluten-free cheesy buffalo turkey acorn squash bowls, they are sooo good! Now all you need is a fork, so dig in YUM :-) If you make this recipe, please don't forget to leave comments, I would love to hear from you

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 60 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 4

Gluten-Free Artichoke Dip Pizza {Vegetarian}

This gluten-free artichoke dip pizza is precisely that, a pizza topped with delicious creamy artichoke dip, fresh tomatoes and plenty of fresh basil. I used two kinds of cheese, mozzarella for the dip layer and Parmesan for the topping adding a crispy and salty flavour to the tomatoes. Honestly, it is the best combination in a vegetarian pizza. At our house, I typically make pizza at the end of the week, but with Thanksgiving happening this week I decided to keep it simple tonight with this delicious artichoke dip pizza. I made a basic gluten-free pizza dough for this recipe because it is super easy, another pizza crust I would use is the outrageously easy quinoa pizza crust or our yeast-free gluten-free pizza crust. Both are perfect with these toppings. Once you make the dough which takes about 15 minutes to make, the topping takes less than 5 minutes to put together. Now all you have to do is place it in the oven and bake for not more than 15 minutes. And there you have it, a delicious vegetarian pizza under 35 minutes. Perfect, quick and easy pizza that everyone will enjoy! This recipe also makes a wonderful appetizer. I make the pizza into a rectangle and cut it into bite size pieces. The appetizer is beyond delicious. No need for dips, chips or crackers, because this appetizer will be a huge hit at any party, you will see :-)

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 15 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 8 pc

Potato And Sausage Pesto Soup – (Gluten-Free)

Happy Monday! I like to start this week with something simple and hearty for dinner. For me, Mondays are the busiest, with planning new recipes and shopping for ingredients, so at the end of the day, the last thing I want to do is make an elaborate dinner, especially after a weekend which is when I go all out making dinner for my family. In this recipe the flavourful sausage is simmered in a pesto chicken broth with carrots, potatoes and corn, so plenty of flavours going on. I have also added cheddar cheese to make this soup rich and velvety. Another cheese that goes well in this soup is mozzarella or provolone. To finish the soup, I added fresh basil for extra flavour. This gluten-free potato and sausage pesto soup is one of those warming soups that is great for just about any night of the week. It's simple, and it's quick, and you probably have most of the ingredients in your pantry already. Serving this soup with gluten-free pull-apart soft rosemary rolls or our easy garlic pizza bread finishes this meal perfectly. Check out our gallery of beautiful photos on Instagram or see our latest posts on Facebook and if you try this soup, please leave comments, would love to hear from you :-)

Prep Time icon Prep Time 10 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 35 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 6

Gluten-Free Key Lime Squares (Dairy-Free)

I must confess I love refrigerator desserts they are so refreshing, especially after Thanksgiving dinner. The last thing you want to add is a rich dessert. So I made a dessert that is light almost like a mousse or a gelato ice cream. I took a traditional key lime pie recipe, made a gluten-free crust and created a mousse-like custard. I baked it in a square pan instead of a pie dish, this way I can cut it into small bite size pieces or in my case larger pieces making everyone happy :-) This gluten-free key lime dessert is super light and dairy-free not like the typical dense version, you will love it! I know that key limes may not be available everywhere, but don't stress, you can substitute the key lime juice with a mixture of fresh lemon juice and fresh lime juice and still call it key lime dessert. This is a no-fail dessert that is super easy to make and tastes so good!! I like to serve the squares with just fresh key lime zest, but if you want to go all out serve it with whipped cream. Trust me, it doesn't get any better than this. If you haven't checked out our store please go and visit. I have been adding exciting new products weekly

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 25 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 9

Gluten-Free French Pastry Cheese Cups

If you like French pastry you will LOVE these gluten-free French pastry cheese cups. Think flaky, buttery pastry filled with lightly sweetened ricotta cheese custard. A dream combination if you ask me. I'll be honest when I set out in making these I wasn't sure if they will work for my site. Why? Because I will not make recipes that are too complicated, I feel that recipes should be easy enough for anyone to make. Having said that, the first two batches that I made had to be thrown out, they just didn't make the cut. So now it became a challenge for me. I just had to make this gluten-free puff pastry work. The results, well they are nothing short of amazing, especially right out of the oven. Trust me, and they are simple enough to make with exceptional results! So there, I finally made gluten-free French pastry that anyone can whip up. I will serve them for breakfast at Thanksgiving with a cup of good organic coffee, but if there are any leftovers, I will save them for a snack. Good luck on having leftovers :-)

Prep Time icon Prep Time 20 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 25 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 18

Spicy Cincinnati Black Bean Chili

This is chili with a Cincinnati twist. Cincinnati Chili is made with ground meat, tomato sauce and an unusual blend of spices, but it also includes cocoa, coffee and chocolate. You may be surprised, but the cocoa and coffee boost the meaty flavour to another level without being overpowering, and the chocolate adds a little sweetness making this chili just perfect. I have also added my personal flair to this amazing chili which includes bacon for that smokey flavour and black beans with corn. Chili is such a versatile dish, don't you agree? You can serve it in a bowl just as is with your favourite toppings, or my favourite way to serve the chili is in a baked sweet potato, squash or over mashed potatoes. It's cozy, comforting food that goes with just about anything, even over pasta. And let's not forget, the chili is always better the next day or the day after. Nothing beats a slowly simmered chili in November.

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 75 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 6

Rosemary Ciabatta Bread (Gluten-Free, Vegan)

Since the weather has cooled, there is something about those comforting smells of homemade bread. One of my favourite bread is a really good loaf of crusty, flavourful ciabatta bread hot out of the oven. Have you ever attempted to make your own ciabatta bread, but the making of homemade gluten-free ciabatta bread has scared you off. I will show you how easy is to make this gluten-free ciabatta bread. Honestly, it is super easy! You will love it. In this recipe, I have added some rosemary for flavour and buckwheat flour for texture. The results, rosemary ciabatta bread perfection! Honestly, I have made this several times now because I love this bread for making sandwiches. For me, it is the easiest gluten-free bread recipe out there :-) What I love about this bread it is excellent with hot dips like the hot pizza dip or dunk it in soups, chilli or stews, it is super versatile. If you have leftovers, they make for a great toast in the morning with a slice of cheese or scrambled eggs. You will love this simple to make gluten-free ciabatta because there is nothing that beats homemade bread! 

Prep Time icon Prep Time 15 Minutes
Difficulty icon Difficulty Easy
Cook Time icon Cook Time 30 Minutes
Serves icon Serves 1 loaf