Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked homemade cookies; it is simply delightful. However, when one is allergic to wheat and flour, the main ingredients in cookies, the smell could be quite a turn off.
For those unfortunate people with the up and coming gluten allergy, missing out on sweet treats such as cookies, brownies, and other baked goods could be quite the up-set. It takes tremendous will power to stay away from the deserts and to deny the desire to go to town on the decadent chocolate mouse cake.
Although refraining from the temptations of everyday life is tough, there is good news. There are now countless recipes to guide those gluten-free eaters in creating their own g-free masterpieces.
Of course, the chocolate chip cookie is an all time favorite and now, much to the gluten-free population’s satisfaction, they can be made without gluten. What is so unique about g-free chocolate chip cookies is that they are basically prepared the same way as floured chocolate chip cookies but just a few ingredients are swapped. Gluten-free flour is the main new ingredient in the specially made cookies. Click here to find a simple recipe for creating delicious g-free chocolate chip cookies that are sure to satisfy the urge for a freshly baked chocolaty treat.
But what about the eye candy? You know, a food item that is appealing to look at and even better to eat? Baking gluten-free desserts that will look nice on display and be enjoyed by many can be tricky but when there are so many options, it certainly is not nearly as difficult as it may seem.
An idea for an eye catching g-free dessert is a new favorite- red velvet cake. Believe it or not, it is possible to create gluten-free red velvet cake and just like the cookies, it is not difficult at all! In fact, there is a great gluten-free red velvet cupcake recipe online- you can find it here!
There are so many gluten-free desert recipes out there that whatever treat you decide to create and indulge in, is sure to be delicious! Happy baking!