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Most of my favorite dishes come from a place of resourcefulness and frugality. This gluten free Fiocchi di Scrippelle is no exception. The sauce is made from ingredients that are household staples and the scrippelle are made from leftover, previously frozen, stale or otherwise ugly gluten free crepes. Now if phrases like frugal, cheap, easy and resourceful are not exactly selling you on this recipe, let me also tell you this dish is scrumptious, playful and unique.My friend Brian, of Cook with Cook, first turned me on to this dessert. He discovered the recipe while thumbing through Lidia Bastianich's Lidia Cooks from the Heart of Italy. As soon as I saw it, I set out to make gluten free crepes so I could then make this fabulous dish. read more
Lemon curd is a thick, soft, luscious, intensely flavored spreadable cream that is perfect for tarts, cakes, cookies, or simply eating out of the jar! It is so delicious, so versatile that I almost always have a jar on hand for those times when I need a quick dessert. It is also heavenly on warm scones, toast or slathered on our gluten free ginger spice muffins. The tart lemon flavor counters the spiciness perfectly.What I like most about lemon curd is that it does not use exotic ingredients. Comprised of just eggs, sugar, lemon juice, lemon zest and unsalted butter, these are ingredients that I always have on hand. read more
Easy, yummy, chewy, chocolately, butterscotchy, marshmallowy, delicious. People are dedicated to this bar and speak of it with a religious type zeal. As one fan of these classic Nordstrom's Cafe dessert bars stated, "If you do not like these, I don't think we can be friends!" Making a gluten free Nordy bar was no problem and we are glad Katie U. of Littleton told us to try our Cheatin' Wheat Gluten Free Flour in the oringinal recipe. read more
Easy, fun and rockin' delicious. A Dutch baby pancake, sometimes called a German pancake or a Dutch puff, is a sweet popover that is normally served for breakfast. This puffy pancake is a breeze to make because you whirl the batter together in the blender. It is ideally baked in a shallow cast iron or metal pan which allows the sides of the pancake to rise high above edges of the pan, creating a light, puffy crust with a tender, eggy middle.Once out of the oven, the pancake collapses quickly, so bring this spectacular breakfast dish to the table and have your forks ready. read more