Gluten Free

How To : A Beginner's Guide to Gluten-Free Baking

What is gluten, why do some people think it is pure culinary evil, and why are there more and more products devoted to being free of this mysterious substance? Here's what one person thinks: What Is Gluten Really? Gluten is a protein found in wheat (including lesser-known spe ...more

How To : Make vegan gluten-free samosa

This recipe from Hippy Gourmet demonstrates how to make gluten-free samosas. He peels some boiled russet potatoes. He then crumbles the potatoes and adds thawed frozen peas, coriander, cayenne, and turmeric. He mashes it up with his hands. He removes the seeds from a pomegrana ...more

How To : Make Flourless, Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut butter cookies may not have as big a fan base as their chocolate-chip counterparts, but their distinct flavor is loved by many a cookie enthusiast. Don't Miss: 10 Tips for Making Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies Peanut butter cookies do have one giant advantage over cho ...more

How To : Make a vegan and gluten free coconut cake

Eating vegan and gluten free shouldn't mean having to sacrifice your favorite desserts. Watch this how to video and learn how to make vegan coconut cake. This vegan version of coconut cake is is dairy, egg, sugar, wheat and gluten free. Everyone is sure to love this recipe for ...more

How To : Make gluten-free gravy

Don't give up turkey gravy just because you're cooking for a gluten-free diet. Use these tips when preparing this Thanksgiving favorite. Gluten-free diets are proven to help digestion and ease a variety of ailments. This gravy will make your gluten-free meal savory.

How To : Make Gluten-Free Macaroons

Things you'll need parchment paper baking sheet 4 egg whites 1/2 tsp salt 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar 2 cups sweetened coconut 1 tsp vanilla extract Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Separate four egg whites into a large bowl. Beat egg whites with 1/2 tsp salt until stiff peaks ...more

How To : Bake a gluten-free sweet potato casserole

Sweet potato casserole is a holiday classic. Use these tips to be sure the recipe works for a gluten-free diet. This is a great Thanksgiving side dish to accomodate a gluten-free diet. The sweet potatoes are obviously a naturally gluten-free food.

How To : Bake gluten free chocolate chip cookie bars

These cookie bars are out of this world good, and will have your guests begging for more. The bars are almost a cross between a candy bar and a cookie, with a lovely butterscotch flavor. Watch this video baking tutorial and learn how to bake gluten free chocolate chip cookie b ...more

How To : Bake a gluten-free pie crust

Learn how to bake a perfect gluten-free pie crust with this cooking video. This gluten-free pie crust recipe is brought to you by Linsey Herman on How2Heroes. Search How2Heroes on WonderHowTo for more cooking videos. When Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any holiday comes around, ...more

How To : Eat a gluten free diet

A gluten allergy, also known as celiac disease, is an autoimmune disease that must be treated with a gluten free diet. Learn how to live and eat gluten free with tips from an expert in this free nutrition video series. Part 1 of 15 - How to Eat a gluten free diet. Eat a gluten ...more

How To : Make a gluten-free crumb cake with Cybele Pascal

Eating both vegan and gluten-free doesn't have to mean boring and tasteless. Just as master baker Cybele Pascal, whose discovery that both of her two boys had food allergies back in 2001 sent her on a journey to create a cookbook full of recipes that are allergy-free and glute ...more

How To : Avoid dense gluten-free batter

Gluten-free batter tends to be very dense, which results in not-so-fluffy crumb cakes. To fix this problem, you only need to add some hot water at the end and mix it till the batter becomes loose like pancake batter. This simple tip can make your crumb nice and fluffy!

How To : Choose foods for a gluten free diet

If you are on a gluten free diet you need to remember to avoid gluten and any of its sources. The main sources of gluten include wheat flour, anything that is whole wheat or says whole wheat on the label, anything with barley flour or rye flour and anything with malt those are ...more

How To : Make delicious gluten free chocolate cupcakes

These little morsels are so moist and delicious, no one will know they're also gluten free! For this recipe, you will need: 1/2 cup cocoa, 1 cup water, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 cup brown rice flour, 3/4 cup buckwheat flour, 1/4 cup tapioca flour, 1/2 cup teff flour, 2 cups sugar ...more

How To : 4 Healthier Whipped Cream Alternatives

Whipped cream is one of the most iconic dessert toppings around, but the full-fat version is not the most forgiving when it comes to fat content. With the holidays just around the corner, learn how to spare yourself a few calories—especially if you love the creamy texture of w ...more

How To : 9 Pizza Hacks You Need to Try Before You Die

When it comes to pizza, everyone has strong opinions about how they like their pie, whether they prefer deep dish, thin crust, Chicago-style, or gluten-free. However, most people agree that a pizza is composed of some basic parts: a single layer of crust (usually wheat-based), ...more

How To : 10 Insanely Delicious Pizza Dough Hacks

If I could survive on one food for the rest of my life, it would be pizza. The irresistible smell of baking pizza instantly makes me feel both comforted... and hungry! While frozen pizza can satisfy your cravings, using fresh dough to make your own pizza is definitely much mo ...more

News : WTF Is Gluten? Finally—A Definitive Answer

Does it seem like everybody you know is declaring that they're gluten-free? Some wonder if the number of people with celiac disease are on the rise or if it's the latest fad diet. And it even goes beyond food: now there are beauty products that tout themselves as being free of ...more

How To : Why You Should Eat Cookies for Breakfast

Cookies for breakfast seem like a clear dietary no-no, but these three-ingredient breakfast cookies are easy, healthy, portable, and can be made in advance. They're also dairy-free, egg-free, and have no added processed sugar, so they can also be called allergy-friendly cookie ...more

How To : Lose Weight with Smoothies & Shakes

It should come as no surprise that, according to Details Magazine, nearly half of all people who make New Year's resolutions pledge to lose weight, eat healthier, and/or get fit. There are innumerable companies out there that are ready and willing to take advantage of this mom ...more

News : The All-Natural Secret to Turning Food Purple

Even if you haven't heard of ube (pronounced "OO-beh"), you've probably seen pictures of desserts made with this brilliant purple yam. The ube really does look almost too pretty to be food, doesn't it?. While there is often confusion between sweet potatoes and true yams, the u ...more

How To : Make & Use Breadcrumbs at Home (Bread Optional)

Using breadcrumbs in the kitchen is the perfect way to add crisp and crunch to the usual salad, entrée, or dessert. As chef and media personality Mario Batali once said, "There's almost nothing I wouldn't put homemade breadcrumbs on." Making crumbs themselves is just plain ea ...more

How To : Make a Raw Watermelon Cake (Perfect for Summer)

Raw fruit "cakes" are all the rage these days, and this stacked watermelon cake is easy to put together and is perfect for people of all ages. It's also perfect for every diet, as it's low-calorie, low-fat, gluten-free, and full of "good" carbs. Don't Miss: 6 Watermelon Hacks ...more

How To : 5 Ways to Make Your Vegetables Taste Better

I like to think of myself as a pretty calm and even-keeled person. I rarely get angry or annoyed, and I don't even get peeved very frequently. For better or for worse, that often changes in the kitchen. When it comes to culinary matters, I'm a little more emotionally invested ...more

How To : Make Beautiful, Insta-Worthy Buddha Bowls

The yogis of the internet have started a wonderful food trend that has everyone wanting to eat healthy—gorgeous buddha bowls. Okay, so maybe not everyone, but a lot of people are definitely entranced by these beautiful, multicolored meals. Buddha bowls, also known as rainbow ...more

Weird Ingredient Wednesday : The Magic of Pork Dust

A no-carb, gluten-free substitute for breadcrumbs. Sounds and probably tastes like cardboard, right? Unless you're talking about Pork Dust. Yes, you read that right. Pork. DUST. Don't Miss: Caul Fat—Is It Better than Bacon? These savory and rich ground-up pork rinds have abs ...more

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