Fall inspired Maple Bourbon Cream Cheese Icing on top of Gluten Free Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes
Gluten Free Chocolate Cupcakes with Mini Chocolate Chips and Creamy Icing- So easy you will make them
Gluten Free Cheddar Bay Biscuits- cheesy, garlic biscuits doused with butter and garlic
Gluten Free Cheesecake Brownies with Dulce de Leche, delicious and easy!This post contains affiliate links, as always I only recommend products I love and use myself. Thank you for supporting My Gluten Free Miami!
Gluten Free Cheesecake Brownies
I love brownies, they were one of the first things I learned to make gluten free. I also love cheesecake. I will eat it for breakfast given the opportunity. Right after being diagnosed I had to make a dessert to take to some friends house, and was thrilled when I realized that cheesecake is gluten free, as long as you have a gluten free crust (or you can make it crustless).
Gluten free breakfast bars are the perfect start to the day. Add your favorite dried fruit and they are sure to keep you satisfied till lunch!
Easy Gluten Free Breakfast Bars
Everyone loves a good hearty breakfast, but between my one year old running around and everyone trying to get ready in the morning, that pretty picturesque breakfast rarely happens. Lately we have fallen into a gluten free frozen waffle slump. Now, I have nothing against frozen waffles (we like the ones from Trader Joe’s, they are only 1.99 a box!), but it isn’t exactly healthy.
Gluten free banana bread with crunchy cinnamon struesel is delicious any time of day!
Gluten Free Banana Bread
I am a huge lover of banana bread. Whenever I buy bananas, they always seem to be covered in brown spots before I get around to eating them, I kinda wonder if subconsciously I let them get that way on purpose. Once they start to turn brown, it means it is time to make banana bread.
Paired with fresh strawberries and whipped cream, these beer-infused cakes are a delicious treat!
It is strawberry season here….yes, I said strawberry season. While everyone up north is freezing, down here in South Florida we are just beginning to harvest. U-pick farms will open soon and there will be an abundance of sweet, ripe strawberries.
You may be wondering…
Why would you put beer in a Strawberry Shortcake?
Normally, I wouldn’t, but awhile back I was in the midst of taste testing gluten-free beers for the 8 Gluten-Free Beers to Celebrate Oktoberfest post and I came across New Planet’s Blonde Ale. I had already planned to use one of the beers for a recipe, and had been thinking brownies, but the crisp sweet taste of the Blonde Ale made me think dessert and I wanted to use it. I remembered I had a bag of Bob’s Red Mill Vanilla Cupcake mix sitting in the pantry and a thought of genius struck me. Why not use the beer to make the cupcakes? No one is paying me for this idea (though if they wanted to I would not refuse!), it was just a light bulb moment. I originally tried out these cupcakes in October, but I wanted to wait until strawberries were in season to share!
Delicious cookie bars filled with peanut butter, oats and chocolate. There is something for everyone!
Can’t forget about the cookies!
This holiday season has me running around like a chicken with my head cut off. It is my daughters first “real” Christmas. Technically it was last Christmas since she was born on the 23rd, but we were in the hospital, so it doesn’t really count. There is so much excitement surrounding her first Christmas. Taking pictures and buying presents, I almost forgot about making out favorite holiday cookie. Monster cookies are awesome and I needed a cookie for our cookie exchange. They have something in them for everyone- peanut butter, m&ms, oatmeal, chocolate chips. I knew they would be perfect.
Rich and Chocolaty, these brownies are a gluten-free treat everyone can enjoy!
I don’t know about you, but I love brownies! Brownies are the first baked good I learned to make gluten-free and it wasn’t even for myself.
I have worked in education for as long as I can remember. Before I was diagnosed I had a young boy with autism as part of a children’s program I was directing. He was on a gluten-free diet and I didn’t want him to miss out on the treats we were having. I bought some gluten-free flour from Trader Joes and began the search for a brownie recipe.
I didn’t even think to look for one that was “gluten-free”. Fake It Frugal had a recipe that seemed really easy so I used it to make gluten-free brownies for him. They were good, but not great.
Since then I have made a few tweaks to the recipe. I switched to coconut oil, reduced the sugar, and I love to add a bit of espresso powder. They may be gluten-free and dairy-free, but they are so delicious that everyone loves them. When my friends hear I am making brownies, they come knocking!