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Desserts, Cakes & Pies

Gluten-Free Almond Bark with Dried Cranberries

When holiday treats are in order, delicious Almond Bark is remarkably easy to make.



Crunchy almonds, tart cranberries and a sprinkling of sea salt combine with the rich taste of chocolate to delight the taste buds.

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Gluten-Free Pumpkin Bread with Honey and Maple

Fragrant nutmeg, ginger and cinnamon will scent the kitchen while your loaf of this pumpkin bread is baking.

Your nose will be happy, then your mouth even happier when you taste the cake-like texture with raisins and pecans in each bite.

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… It Means Pumpkin Pie … Yum!

Ever since I developed my gluten allergy, pies have been a real challenge. The filling wasn’t so much of a problem… put enough sugar in anything and the rest of the family will probably love it. The real tough nut to crack has always been the crust.

But, yucky tasting, gluten-free pie crusts have become a thing of my past… and my family loves it… even my husband.

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Peach Pie with Cornstarch or Arrowroot Thickening – Gluten-Free

Peach pie is an essential. Now I make it with gluten-free pie crust, but it’s still peach pie.

Just the smell of ripening peaches in the kitchen makes me smile.

Coming from the Texas Hill Country, I must have loved peaches before I was even old enough to remember.

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Gluten-Free Chocolate Brownie and Chocolate Cake Mixes by King Arthur Flour Reviewed

The chocolate flavor is rich. It’s not overpowered by odd tastes that sometimes go with gluten-free flours. The texture was dense but still a little crumbly…,

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