of the Thanksgiving tradition includes a delicious variety of
sweets. Pies, cakes, tarts, and a variety of sweet breads are
just a few of the usual desserts offered at the Thanksgiving feast.
Living gluten-free does not mean that you will need to forgo these
delicious tummy tempters. If you are not the host this year, offer
to bring a dessert nobody will guess that your delicious
treat is gluten-free. In fact, dont be surprised if you
get requests for your recipe.
are some delicious desserts for all to enjoy this holiday season:
people on a gluten-free diet worry about crusts for their pies
and tarts. We have found a great product by The Gluten-Free Pantry
"Perfect Pie Crust". This mix produces a perfect,
flaky, buttery crust. You and your guests will not know the difference.
One helpful hint roll out the dough between two sheets
of parchment paper, lightly dusted with gf flour.
you would like to convert a favorite cake recipe follow these
helpful modification tips:
an extra egg
up to _ cup canola oil to the batter
the baking powder by _ teaspoon
1 cup of gf yogurt, crème fraîche, sour cream or
buttermilk to the batter
you follow these guidelines your cake will be moist and flavorful
not any different than a gluten-filled cake.
are some other mouthwatering treats everyone will love:
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for more delicious gluten-free dessert ideas for the upcoming holidays.