I’ve been making this classic peanut-butter cookie recipe from the Joy of Cooking for years. One of the things I like about it is how suited it is to gluten-free flour. Oatmeal cookies and chocolate chip cookies need to be tweaked when using gluten-free flour so they don’t melt and run all over the baking sheet. But these peanut-butter cookies… Read More
Chocolate chip cookie cockaigne adds oats, chocolate chunks, and nuts to the regular chocolate-chip cookie recipe. This recipe can be made with gluten-free or regular flour.
This is a French bakery-style chocolate cake that is naturally gluten-free with ground almonds and corn starch in place of flour.
This is not the first time I’ve posted a recipe of a French lemon tart, and in fact this recipe – right down to its gluten-free crust – is an exact replica of my first lemon tart post. The difference is that I’m showing you an end result that is as pleasing visually as it is gastronomically. The first lemon tart… Read More
I spent some time looking for a 9×9″ chocolate cake recipe because sometimes you just want a family-sized cake that won’t have you over-indulging for days. I searched the recipes out there and was not entirely satisfied with what I found. There’s the King Arthur flour recipe, which is vegan (and thus very cool if you’re vegan or have allergies). The downside is that… Read More
We leave for Switzerland tomorrow, for the pre-teen camp with the French-speaking churches, and I’m leaving you with this French mixed berry tarte before I go! I used a pre-made roll-out crust, which is new in France in the gluten-free variety. You can now get gluten-free versions of flaky crust (pâte feuilletée) and regular crust (pâte brisée). If you don’t have… Read More