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From the chocolate cake chapter in her book 'Feast'. This is one of the best chocolate cakes I have ever made. I sometimes add the juice and zest of half a lemon to the batter.

Recipe #303266

Adapted from The Food Allergy Cookbook Found this for my friends who need gluten free dessert! I'm guessing at the servings because none was stated. This is an updated review by DreamoBway. She has an excellent other use for this dough --- UPDATE from DreamoBway: "I tried making these in mini muffin tins, hollowed out a little well, and filled them with pecan tassy filling. I also upped the cooking temp to 350 and they browned beautifully. It was a successful experiment! UPDATE(12/15/09) new use for cookies from ukichix -" I think this would work well as a GF crumb crust... bake 1 large cookie in a 8x8 pan, then "crumb" it up, add some cornflake crumbs and prepare a crumb base. I will try and repost the results! revision: pressed the entire recipe into a 9x13 pan and baked for 30 mins (until golden on the edges), let cool - and "crumbed". Used 1/2 of these crumbs and 1/2 cornflake crumbs, with some sugar and melted butter to prepare a GF like Graham Cracker Crust with was sweet and soft. Perfect for Crumb Crust desserts."

Recipe #146414

This is just the same as the first coconut ice, except this one has the right measures so it will set properly, you really will get a kick out of it, so please try it, it's very popular with all the family. UPDATED - now corrected

Recipe #173380

This is a very versatile pastry. It can be used for sweet or savoury pies or tarts and even as a base for a baked cheesecake. There is no need to pre-cook this pastry before filling, if using as a pie or quiche shell. It freezes well. Nobody would realise this is gluten free. It makes a beautiful golden and crisp pastry that is not crumbley. I have used this recipe to make tart shells-just use a round cutter and place into lightly greased muffin trays-Fantastic and they stay fresh for days! Cook the tart cases and then fill with caramel or lemon curd. For Easter I filled the tarts with chocolate mousse and topped them with a mini Easter Egg. This recipe uses the US. white, powdery potato starch This is a soft dough...which is the reason for the 30 minutes refrigeration. After being chilled it will be easier to use.

Recipe #220039

These melt in your mouth shortbread cookies are a family favorite at Christmas time. They are very delicate, so I usually make them in a one or two bite size. This recipe works best with a blend of gluten-free flours, rather than a single flour. The recipe was tested with recipe #208061.

Recipe #273537

This is my adaptation of the recipe on the package of the brand of cornmeal I use. A family favorite that disappears quickly!

Recipe #210235

After almost 20 years without sweet & sour chicken balls, I had a eureka moment. I was cooking pancakes, when it dawned on me that the batter was almost thick enough for deep frying, and it browned nicely. All the other recipes I'd tried refused to brown. This batter fries up light and crispy.

Recipe #209779

I learned how to make the original version of this cake when I was 10 years old. It's that easy! As far as my sister and I are concerned, it's not a real birthday cake unless it's this recipe with seven minute frosting. :D

Recipe #209764

A filling, high fiber snack that makes you feel like you're having a treat. For an extra treat, top with a ration of Nutella. :)

Recipe #209092

A moist, hearty bread that does not need to be toasted. It tastes so good with just butter on it that not much of the loaf ends up as sandwiches!

Recipe #208826

Yes, it's another variation on a theme, but this is the blend I've had the most success with. Any of the recipes I post will be using this blend, so I hope this works as well for you as it has for me. I learned about this blend from my local Celiac Association.

Recipe #208061

This decadent chocolate binge looks impressive, but is surprisingly easy to make. I found this recipe in the September 1989 issue of Good Housekeeping, and it has been my most requested dessert ever since. I had only been experimenting with gluten-free baking for a year at that point, and it was a treat to find a recipe that needed no alterations. The recipe said it serves 16, but I've yet to meet someone who can finish that large a piece! One friend dubbed this "sin on a plate".

Recipe #208113

This is a conversion of my mother's pancake recipe. They brown up nicely. Leftovers freeze well, and reheat quickly in the microwave for a fast, hot breakfast. Get the maple syrup ready!

Recipe #208556

A healthy, gluten-free cake flour mix. Substitute it for regular flour cup-for-cup in cake recipes and other baked goods (but not bread, which needs a different mixture). The ingredients are easily purchased online or in most healthfood stores.

Recipe #189120

This is easy to make--just make sure you use 1 tablespoon of cornstarch per 1 cup of sugar.

Recipe #88812

This is a recipe that I got from the website of Gluten-Free Goddess. It uses Pamela's Baking & Pancake Mix. I've made it several times and I've gotta say, it's really good. My wheat eating DD even asked for it for her birthday. If you are GF/CF you can use canned pumpkin or applesauce in place of the yogurt and 2 cups of your flour mix plus 2 teaspoons of baking powder and 1 teaspoon of baking soda.

Recipe #240575

1 Reviews |  By GinnyP

From Connie Sarros WF/GF Dessert Cookbook. Submitted for a request and for use in other recipes that I am posting. Connie is a cooking whiz from my old stomping grounds in Ohio.

Recipe #67855

This is posted by request. I have not tried this mixture.

Recipe #68279

This is a very light and crisp batter. Its great for sliced vegetables, prawns, squid pieces, calamari, cocktail fish pieces etc.

Recipe #220205

This I found on another web site, and I wanted to share it with the rest of you because I have heard about the deadly gluten alergies that some people have, and I just don't think that there are enough recipes for them.

Recipe #94546

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