As the first person out of bed in her house on Saturday mornings, Mary Shore savors the time to ease into the weekend. “We try to keep cooking simple so the relaxed mood lasts through the morning,” she says. These winning pancakes came out of her desire to develop a vegan version of her favorite restaurant pancakes: “My mom taught me to substitute a little vinegar in milk when there was no buttermilk in the house, and the cider vinegar in soymilk here has the same effect of lending a little zing.”
If you can't have gluten, you can still enjoy this cheesy pasta dish. It's not made with gluten-free pasta - oh no! It's made with spaghetti squash and other veggies, which means you can load on the cheese and still enjoy a low-calorie (around
This dessert has a chocolate cake layer and a rich chocolate sauce underneath. It was a favorite recipe of ours growing up and is still a favorite. I knew I had to make a gluten/dairy free version for my family.
This tart is inspired by a recipe by Jacquy Pfeiffer, from his upcoming cookbook “The Art of French Pastry.” The apples are caramelized first with sugar and spices, then spread in the pastry, topped with an almond, egg white and sugar topping, and baked.
These biscuits combine an adaptation of Roben Ryberg's biscuit ingredients from The Gluten-Free Kitchen with Cooks Illustrated's method for making biscuits. These are very white...if you liked the white, spongy things that you could buy at Kentucky Fried Chicken, you'll like these. Lately I've been substituting 1-1/4 cups brown rice flour mix for the two starches. It turns out really good with a little less white and a little more nutrition.
Six ingredients, gluten free, dairy free, and they taste amazing. They actually taste like they have flour in them. They're so easy that even if you don't bake, I promise, you can make these. Print the recipe, buy the ingredients, and whip up some crazy good chocolate chip cookies.