Gluten-free desserts can be just as scrumptious as others. It is a common misconception that gluten-free equals less taste. As you will see with the recipes below, that simply is not true.
As more and more Americans begin to follow a diet without gluten, the recipes grow in variety and taste. An article in Forbes states that 3.1 million Americans follow a gluten-free diet.
Do you love pecan pie? Maybe you enjoy the hands free desserts. Then Maple-Pecan Bars are for you. For an added perk, cut the bars in a variety of sizes to please all your guests. Bars are a popular option during the holidays. It is easy to split up the bars to bring along to more than one event.
The recipe shows a winning hands-on prep time of only 9 minutes. Leave plenty of time to cook, though. From start to finish, the estimate is two hours.
If cutting into the suggested 20 bars, each one will only contain 149 calories. Compare that to a thin slice of pecan pie that has 503 calories. All the taste, but not the calories..
Banana Toffee Cupcakes
My Recipes shares this delicious recipe from Gluten Free Baking; The Food Lover’s Gluten Free Cookbook. This scrumptious twist on the all-time favorite banana muffin is sure to be popular with friends and family.
These are not an on-the-go treat. My Recipes describes these as, “Sticky, sweet and bursting with bananas” so plan for a warm cup of coffee or tea to pair one with.
According to one reviewer, the cupcake itself is delicious and topped with a sweet frosting. For an added bonus, the frosting recipe is included. Adjust to your needs and make the perfect sweet treat for you and yours.
Use a festive cupcake liner to personalize for any occasion.
Flourless Fudge Cookies
Flourless Fudge Cookies are also made without butter. The limited ingredient list is a perk to this recipe. These cookies are sure to solve those chocolate cravings. Perfect for all of us chocolate lovers!
An estimated preparation and cook time of less than half an hour makes these perfect for a quick treat. Limited ingredients and gluten-free makes a magnificent combination for a bake sale. The article has a variety of reviews to offer additional tips.
Gluten-free Peanut Butter Dream Bars
Michelle Palin at My Gluten-free Kitchen shares this scrumptious treat with us. It is often said, “That recipe is good for gluten-free”. Not in this blog. Palin has a goal that her gluten eating friends will enjoy them as a yummy treat. Not as treats labeled as gluten-free.
These Gluten-free Peanut Butter Christmas Dream Bars rate 4.5 stars and take less than an hour from start to finish. Don’t forget to only use certified gluten-free oats.
If you needed another reason to make these bars, consider changing the colors, to fit various other occasions. Easter or Halloween colors for example. Yummy and versatile! They will be a hit.
No-bake Gluten-free Pumpkin Pie
Maintaining a gluten-free diet does not mean you have to miss out on this much loved favorite. No-bake Gluten-free Pumpkin Pie from Food.com will be a hit with everyone. Chef Justin Swain of Rex 1516 created this scrumptious pie. In less than an hour you will have a fall favorite without the gluten. According to Celiac.com cool whip does not contain gluten. Add a dollop of cream and enjoy!
Consider reading 5 Unique Scrumptious Apple Recipes for more fall flavor filled desserts. Not all are gluten-free so read carefully to ensure they fit your dietary needs.
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