This is a recipe I adapted from Taste of Home to be gluten free. Very, very good. They almost remind me of tiny danishes. :) Prep time includes refrigerator time of 1 hour. For more step by step photos, see: http://crystalstair.wordpress.com/2008/11/18/recipe-gluten-free-thumbprint-cookies/
Yummy! You won't even miss the wheat!:] This could be made gluten-free by subbing brown rice flour (or other gluten-free flour) for the spelt flour and the oats. You may add some finely chopped nuts, if you'd like.
Awesome cookies from the organic market, loaded with seeds and chocolate - great for taking hiking or just anytime. Wheat free and dairy free depending on the chocolate chips used - I think that also makes them vegan?
The tops crinkle when baked, creating a nice contrast between the dark chocolate and the white powdered sugar coating. Note that the dough gets very dense and is a little too difficult to mix by hand. From Vegetarian Times, around Christmas 1997, I think.
Upon responding to a recipe request here at Zaar, I came across this recipe on the web, but do not remember where I found it. This was posted for a non-dairy version of the caramel sauce in the Cinnamon-Roasted Pears with Dried Cherries and Caramel Sauce recipe. Amount made is an estimate. Hope you enjoy!
These are sunny, bright and FULL of amazing lemony flavor! Are are 100% vegan! From: Veganomicon, The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook. This recipe uses rice milk for the cakes and soy milk for the frosting. I have made them using soy milk in BOTH, and they turned out just fine!
I got the original, non-vegan recipe for this dessert from my South Beach Diet Quick & Easy Cookbook. I made this recipe vegan. I haven't had a piece of real cheesecake in years and with my cholesterol concerns I avoid it. But today I decided I just had to have a piece so I concocted this vegan recipe. I didn't include the 2 hours it takes to chill these in the fridge in preparation time. Also note that these are not sweet at all. So if you prefer them sweeter you could add an extra tablespoon of powdered sweetener of your choice to the recipe.
This is one of my favorite cookies and I came up with this recipe by combining a few recipes. My husband (who can eat wheat) thinks they're great! Hope you enjoy them. UPDATE: Pamela's Ulitmate Baking & Pancake Mix includes baking soda and baking powder - if you substitute a GF flour mix that doesn't include baking soda and baking powder, you will need to add 1/2 tsp baking soda and 2 tsp baking powder.
These cookies are very yummy. They are crisp on the outside and alittle soft on the inside. They remind me of those wheat containing animal crackers, that I used to eat as a kid(before I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease.)These cookies are very yummy and lots of fun to make and decorate.I like making them with coloured sugar or shaking alittle powdered sugar on them.They also keep very well in a sealed container.Last year I made them to take up to my cottage on our week of holidays. Everyone loved them, and couldn't believe that they were gluten free!
This recipe is free of wheat, gluten, dairy, casein, and eggs. The recipe is from Babycakes NYC, a bakery specializing in food allergies, and was featured on Martha Stewart! I haven't yet made it but I figure with Martha Stewart's approval, it must be good :)
WOW! I just made these delicious danish's. Not only were they fabulous, but they were really quick and easy to make!! Although they don't have a flaky pastry taste like the gluten containing danish's, they have their own little marvalous taste.You won't be able to eat just one! You can make these with your favourite jam. I used a tablespoon of raspberry jam on each danish and drizzled some icing on top.
The good people at Moosewood have done it again! These tender, tasty muffins look, taste, and feel like regular old wheat flour muffins. Eat them in a sunny garden with a cup of tea and contemplate the joys of wheat-free living.