Our gluten-free recipe collection includes tasty options for specialty breads, brownies, and cookies, plus gluten-free alternatives for special occasions and holidays.
Gluten-Free Rolled Sugar Cookies
These are traditional buttery sugar cookies. You may use all butter, if desired (instead of shortening).
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Sandwich Cookies
Are you a fan of the pumpkin cake roll that has a cream cheese filling? This soft pumpkin cookie is a cross between a whoopie pie and a pumpkin cake roll.
Gluten-Free Berry Scones
Once you and your family experience the moist flakiness of these lightly sweet scones, you’ll know why they never seem to brighten your kitchen counter for very long.
Savory Gluten-Free Olive Oil Crust
It’s the olive oil that makes this crust so pliable and makes it brown so beautifully.
Gluten-Free Carrot Cake
Love carrot cake? You don’t need to wait for company — enjoy this one alone or share with a neighbor.
Gluten-Free Cranberry Pistachio Muffins
These muffins with a rich golden color feature the tartness of cranberries and the nutty flavor of pistachios.
Gluten-Free Banana Bread
Many people tend to forget this classic treat can be gluten-free. We didn’t forget that, though!
Trail Mix Clusters
Trail mix is the ultimate portable snack that’s easy to tote along when traveling, hiking, or going on road trips.
Subtly Spicy Peanut Coconut Fondue
Peanut fondue is a perfect cocktail party dish. Serve with crispy pan-friend tempeh strips, firm tofu cubes, tiny boiled potatoes, and lightly steamed veggies. You can leave it in the slow cooker, and it will stay warm during your party.
Pumpkin and White Bean Lasagna
This is a perfect dish for introducing non vegans to vegan food and is much healthier than the traditional, fat-laden lasagna. It’s easy to make and hearty. Add a nice spinach salad with balsamic vinaigrette, and you’re all ready to have friend over for dinner.
Fall Harvest Fruit Butter
Serve up a bit of fall all winter long by freezing some of this recipe. It’s perfect on toast, English muffins, or bagels. The spices scent your house while it’s cooking, which is a bonus.
The widely popular Vietnamese dish, Shaking Beef (or Bo Luc Luc) and as such, has many variations on how it’s served. Some restaurants serve it with sauteed onions, lettuce, and rice (white or tomato paste rice) while others may present it more like a steak salad served on a bed of watercress and tomatoes, topped with pickled onions.