Love this casserole with roasted turkey or ham. It will appeal to everyone – gluten-free or not. Look for the best-quality gluten-free crackers you can find. Glutino round buttery crackers work well. You can make the apricot casserole up to 5 hours ahead; leave it on the countertop before baking, but do not refrigerate it.Read More...
The secret to perfect deviled eggs is to not overcook the eggs. Have fun with the garnishes – fresh herbs, chopped tomato and red onion, crumbled bacon, capers, even caviar.Read More...
I can’t imagine a spring birthday without a strawberry cake. It has been the cake of choice for my girls, and my guys love it, too. And we’re all in favor of this gluten-free version. I think it’s even more intensely strawberry flavored. Plus it’s pretty, fancy, fun–all the right elements for a great party […]Read More...
Prep: 15 minutes Bake: 40 to 45 minutes Cool: 45 to 50 minutes I absolutely love this cake—it’s chocolatey without being overpowering, just like the chocolate pound cakes that were such a fixture on picnic and potluck tables when I was growing up. You make it by beginning with a yellow cake mix and adding […]Read More...
Peanut butter cookies are such a favorite, and just because you are following a gluten-free diet it doesn’t mean you should forgo them. Bake up this recipe and you’ll find that this American cookie classic is now okay for you to eat and share with anyone who is gluten-free or just loves peanut butter cookies.Read More...
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The doctor's back, and now she's curing dinner woes! Anne Byrn, the award-winning food writer and author of The Cake Mix Doctor and Chocolate from the Cake Mix Doctor does for dinner what she did for dessert-shows how to take common, convenient supermarket ingredients and turn them into meals that taste like they're made from scratch.Read More...