Gluten Free Desserts Recipes (Most Popular)
Here they are...no flour, no butter, and only brown sugar...chocolate chips may also be added!Submitted by RIPPLEWIND
My husband has always had a sweet tooth and being on the SCD diet (he has UC), his options are often limited.
This is a delicious and versatile SCD friendly crepe. I added raspberries and honey to it to make it a decadent dessert!
You could also use it with savoury... ham and brie is my favourite.
I have modified this recipe from the original found at www.landolakes.com, to make it also casein-free. if you don't have to worry about dairy or casein in your diet, you can go ahead and use 3/4 cup real butter. I also reduced the amount of chocolate chips from 2 cups to 1 1/4 cups because that's all I had on hand when I made them.
Also, I successfully used Bob's Red Mill All Purpose Baking Flour instead of making the separate GF Blend as recommended by Land O Lakes (see "cooking instructions" below for their GF blend recipe).
Nutrition Facts Discrepancies: My recipe program calculates the nutrition as 257 calories per cookie. the landolakes website lists calories at 130 g per cookie (See all their nutrition facts under "cooking instructions" below). And of course SparkPeople calculates the calories as 262.2 per cookie. So, take the nutrition facts with a grain of salt, or calculate it yourself to get a number you are comfortable with.
Submitted by MAEGAGGLES
This is gelatine (like Jello) made from scratch with grape juice. It's intended for the introductory stage of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, which can be effective in treating Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, and Autism. It also happens to be a yummy Jello alternative that is all natural and does not have any corn syrup or sugar.Submitted by FLEETING
This is a fairly standard, but sugar-free, apple crisp which uses ivory teff flour instead of regular blended in with the oatmeal. I adjusted a recipe that came with my teffco order. Teff is the smallest grain in the world, and originated in Ethiopia; it's nutrient rich and gluten free.Submitted by BFLYLADY5