For kids and adults, a rolled sugar cookie in a fun shape with colored sprinkles always produces a smile. Rolled sugar cookies can be made any time during the year but why not get ready now with the Holidays approaching? Don’t be discouraged when you see pre-made cookies in the store; this recipe is easy and delicious (and tastes even better!).
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Looking for a decadent dessert for a hot summer night? Make this quick and easy grilled pineapple with gluten-free rum sauce. It is delicious and very easy to make.
Grilled Pineapple with Rum Sauce
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The Fourth of July is almost here and it is time for festive desserts. When this Examiner saw that the recipe for Summer Berry Trifle on FamilyFun.com was easily converted to gluten free, it just had to be shared. Schar makes a great gluten-free ladyfinger that can be purchased locally at Return to Eden.
If you would rather eat cake, then Jen Cafferty has a great recipe for a gluten-free flag cake. New Harvest Naturals makes mini pound cakes that can easily be decorated with whipped cream and fresh berries to create individual flag cakes. You can purchase New Harvest Naturals products locally at Return to Eden.
Regardless of what you choose to make, get creative and really wow your family and friends. It doesn’t take much effort to produce a scrumptious gluten-free dessert that is a real crowd pleaser. Read More »
How soon can you eat this delectable treat? As soon as you can blenderize four ultra nutritious ingredients! Naturally sweet berries and their seeds provide excellent fiber with a variety of vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants. Creamy rich coconut milk fights bacteria and viruses while boosting good cholesterol and decreasing bad cholesterol.
- 1 cup frozen mixed berries (blueberries, raspberries,blackberries)
- 1/4 cup black raspberry spreadable fruit
- 1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
- ¼ cup canned gluten-free coconut milk without preservatives
Blender or food processor.
Whip all ingredients in a blender or food processor — that’s it! Spoon the slush into 2 dessert dishes. If you like it more like sorbet, just put the dishes in the freezer until firm but not hard, about fifteen minutes.