Just ran across this solution to the gf pizza crust dilemma and am SO excited to try this! Not exactly "traditional" in terms of flavor, but if you're ok with that and are with me- pizza's all about the toppings (esp veggies), it's worth a try :-) I've lightened it up a bit, but am sure that any gf cheese would work well.
Courtesy The Gluten Free Vegetarian Kitchen.
Another lovely selection from Karina's Kitchen- Fabulous way to use up the peppers that are going crazy in the garden :-) I was short on olive oil, but it worked just fine with 2 T instead of the 4 that are called for. Karina suggests this is great to make ahead and refrigerate (just remember to add 10 minutes to your cook time)
One way to satisfy a craving for the decadent dessert and still keep it relatively healthy... or at least feel like you are :-) Cooking time is chilling time. Serve with fresh fruit (apples, strawberries, kiwi, pineapple and grapes are good), lady fingers, or even graham crackers.
Even better the second day if you have leftovers!
Every Christmas and New Year's day, the wonderful smell of my mom's famous Texas quiche fills the house. It was only recently that I realized her choice of brunch menu was based on simplicity, as much as taste! This is a reduced-fat version. She uses co-jack, I improvise with a blend of types. I also add an additional can of chilies for a little extra kick. Top with salsa and serve with sizzling cornbread and skinned grapefruit for an amazing brunch.
I found this in the Oregonian and made a few modifications to lighten it up and keep it gluten-free. The more kinds of greens you use, the better the broth will be. Serve with baguette (or gf alternative) and extra cheese, if you choose :-)
You know how sometimes you end up with a significantly smaller number of cookies than a recipe says it makes? Sometimes the recipe is a little off, but we all know it's because we can't resist eating the dough along the way...if you make these to completion, you'll hardly know the difference between this and the uncooked goodness.
Had this at home for my brother's birthday and had to share. Great anyway, but even better if made a day or two in advance. I use a mix of gluten-free wafer crumbs (ginger snaps are good, I'm trying chocolate next). Top with berries or other garnish of your choosing.