… and, we tell visitors who ask that question that they need to talk to the marshmallow manufacturer to find out whether their favorite brand is, in fact, gluten free.
That, of course, is a less than satisfactory answer for many people even though it is the truth.
So, what Al and I decided to do was explain how YOU can become the manufacturer by making your own marshmallows with a fairly easy marshmallow recipe that I found on the internet. That way, if you have a gluten reaction because of the marshmallows, you can fix the problem yourself.
As the year comes to a close I am thankful for each of you who have visited Elegantly, Gluten-Free in 2014. I’m so glad to have been able to share with you my gluten-free recipes and more about eating and living gluten-free and how to enjoy it, whatever your situation may be.
Today’s post is a menu plan of sorts except it’s YOUR 12 favorite gluten-free dinner recipes in 2014… You voted by going to the recipe on Elegantly, Gluten-Free dot com. Each visit counted as one vote.
In 2014, Al and I released the second edition of my third book and I am deeply appreciative of everyone who bought their own copy of my book… It was quite humbling as well as encouraging to be so well received 🙂 So, as a somewhat late Christmas Present…
Rocky Road Candy is one of my favorite sweets. Since it uses only a few ingredients and doesn’t take a lot of kitchen equipment, it’s also easy to make gluten-free rocky road candy without a lot of extra trouble.
Different kinds of chocolate may be used, like chocolate chips – semisweet or milk chocolate flavor — or Hershey’s milk chocolate bars or even a lower-sugar cacao bar, if you like. Just be sure that the chocolate is gluten-free. (You can check my pantry list for some gluten-free brands.) For this easy gluten-free recipe post I used Hershey’s milk chocolate chips.
Nourishing and warming Butternut Squash Soup in the Slow Cooker is naturally gluten-free.
Butternut squash is easy to cook several different ways, including the slow cooker, the stove top, the microwave or the oven. I’ve used each method in the past and found that they all have their advantages.
For this recipe I focused more on the set-it-and-forget aspect of a crock pot to cook the squash while I went about doing other things for a while.
All I did before putting it in the crockpot was to halve it and seed it.
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