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3 Gluten-Free Toast Point Appetizers for Your Cocktail Parties

The best party appetizers are attractive, easy to make in bulk and replenish, and appealing to a variety of palates. Enter the classic toast point. Simply made by toasting crustless gluten-fee bread, slicing it into bite-size pieces, and garnishing it with palate-pleasing toppings, it instantly makes any party elegant and requires little more than a cocktail napkin for serving. Here, Niki Ford offer three ways to dress up your toast […]

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Gluten-Free Toast Points

Gluten-free bread tastes better toasted and looks chic when crustless, cut into cute shapes, and topped with flavorful embellishments. Use this recipe as a base for any toast point appetizer and know that you can make toasts the day before and store in an airtight container. Gluten-free bread slices, crusts trimmed Preheat the oven to 375°F. Trim the bread crusts and cut the bread into bite-size triangles or rectangles. (With […]

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Gluten-Free Super-Moist Mini Chocolate Cakes Recipe

MAKES 6 CAKES Some GF chocolate cakes are too dense and intense. Not true for these moist ‘n’ fluffy upside-down cupcakes dressed with chocolate ganache. Inspired by a recipe handed to our editor years ago by San Francisco Bay Area pastry chef Marika Doob, they’re the prettiest little desserts you’ll ever serve and the easiest ones you’ll ever make. Serve them with the crushed toffee garnish or with a cherry, white chocolate […]

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The Gluten-Free Power Chicks of 2017

If you’ve had trouble finding reliable GF recipes and an equally comforting community, I know the feeling. I spent fourteen years happily eating to the beat of my own GF drumstick before starting this magazine with a goal of showing how easy it is to eat world-class and GF when you know what recipes to cook and what products to buy. But even then, the GF good life wasn’t always […]

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Kyra Bussanich’s Gluten-Free Browned Butter Cranberry Cheer Bar Recipe

MAKES 1 (13 BY 9-INCH) PAN OF BARS Here’s your go-to gluten-free dessert to bring to any holiday event this season and beyond. With a drool-worthy crispy-cookie-like base (that can be repurposed for pretty much any bar) and a tangy-sweet topping, this sure-thing recipe by our pal (four-time champ of Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars”) Kyra Bussanich is spectacular and intense, so a little goes a long way. Cut the bars small and […]

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Meg van der Kruik’s Gluten-Free Crispy Shallot and Herb Naan Recipe

MAKES 10 FLATBREADS Yes, you read right. Even if you’re gluten-free you can have naan, that luscious Indian flatbread, thanks to the author of the GF/vegetarian blog Beard & Bonnet. Bonus: it’s so good, it needs no embellishment.   1/2 cup warm water (110°F) 1 tablespoon honey 2 teaspoons instant yeast 3/4 cup brown rice flour 3/4 cup sweet rice flour 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1/4 cup plus 2 […]

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Nicole Hunn’s Gluten-Free Miniature Mac and Cheese Cups Recipe

MAKES ABOUT 24 CUPS Grab-and-go mac and cheese? Yes, please! These tasty morsels of cheesy goodness excerpted from Gluten-Free on a Shoestring blogger Nicole Hunn’s latest (and totally awesome) cookbook, Gluten-Free Small Bites: Sweet and Savory Hand-Held Treats for On-the-Go Lifestyles and Entertaining, are the consummate crowd-pleasing side dish. To ensure they hold their shape, let them cool completely before serving. Nicole explains, “There are two basic styles of macaroni and cheese: custard style […]

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Shauna Ahern’s Gluten-Free, Grain-Free Biscuits Recipe

MAKES 12 BISCUITS Thick-crusted, moist, and adapted from Shauna and Daniel Ahern’s latest book, Gluten- Free Girl American Classics Reinvented, these biscuits by Gluten-Free Girl are delicious on their own, but easily kicked over the top when slathered with butter or drenched in gravy. Expect the dough at first to be able to slowly dribble off a whisk and be thickly wet, like paint spackle; after it rises for 90 minutes […]

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Beth Manos Brickey’s Slow-Roasted Salmon with Meyer Lemon Gremolata Recipe

SERVES 4 If you aren’t familiar with our pal Beth Manos Brickey of the clean-food blog Tasty Yummies, here’s your chance to get the flavor of her cooking. With this recipe, guiltless indulgence is yours.   1 1/2 to 2 pounds wild caught salmon filet, center cut, skin on or off, pin bones removed 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus a little more for greasing 2 meyer lemons, sliced Several springs fresh dill, plus […]

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KC Cornwell’s Gluten-Free Salmon Dynamite Recipe

MAKES 30 APPETIZERS Straight from her Love With Food ecookbook, our pal G-Free Foodie, K.C. Cornwell, throws down with an easy-elegant appetizer recipe with a slightly spicy and totally addictive kick. To make hosting easiest on yourself, cut the salmon into cubes the night before (halfway frozen, if possible, for the smoothest cuts) and store them, refrigerated, in an airtight container. You can mix and refrigerate the sauce the night before, too. Then put […]

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Outrageously Delicious Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Banana Berry Muffins

MAKES 12 MUFFINS If ever there was proof that gluten-free, dairy-free baked goods can be ridiculously moist and delicious, these muffins from Berkeley, California’s recently (and sadly) closed Bacano Bakery are it. You’ll need cupcake liners for this recipe, and if you don’t have overripe bananas, add an additional tablespoonful or so of brown sugar. Store the muffins in an airtight container for up to four days or freeze in […]

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Roasted Sausage, Peppers, and Fennel Gluten-Free Recipe

SERVES 6 We can’t get enough of this sweet ‘n’ savory recipe by Olivia Mack Anderson. We’re so convinced you’ll feel the same, we advise against inviting six people to the table when you make it, because you’re going to want leftovers. Skip the sausage, and you’ve got a tasty vegetarian dish, but don’t omit the pine nuts; they take this dish over the top. 2 red bell peppers, seeded […]

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Gluten Free Chicken Piccata Recipe

SERVES 2 Served with steamed broccoli and rice, this is GFF editor Erika Lenkert’s most trusted family meal. It takes less than 20 minutes from start to finish, and my daughter, Viva, who’s not the biggest fan of animal protein, goes for it every time. 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1⁄2 teaspoon kosher salt Freshly ground pepper 2 small boneless, skinless chicken breasts,pounded to a 1⁄2-inch thickness 1 tablespoon olive oil 5 tablespoons unsalted […]

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Gluten-Free Appetizer: Indian Spiced Greens on Papads Recipe

  Print Gluten-Free Appetizer: Indian-Spiced Greens on Papads “These yummy greens are an adaption from our friend, and great cook, Niloufer Ichiporia, whose sumptuous and versatile recipes continue to inspire our imagination,” divulges San Francisco chef and co-owner of Foreign Cinema, Gayle Pirie, who serves them on bite-size papad shards for a perfect vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free appetizer. Papads, she says, are “addictive lentil-flour wafers used as a finishing component to […]

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Must-Make Gluten-Free Pea Pasta Salad Recipe

SERVES 6 This dish is likely to incite a love affair with pasta salad and peas— even if you’re a fan of neither. It’s that good. Don’t be surprised at the thin sauce; it thickens as it cools. To make it dairy-free, skip the ricotta salata or feta–easy-peasy! Kosher salt 1 (16-ounce) package gluten-free shells, fusilli, or penne pasta 1⁄4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 (10-ounce) bags […]

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Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Pecan Brownie Cookie Recipe

MAKES 26 COOKIES The fact that these cookies from New York’s By the Way Bakery are incredibly easy to make from everyday ingredients is not the reason we’re obsessed with them. It’s their crisp, chewy texture and luscious, chocolaty taste that has us hooked. Make them all at once or scoop tablespoon-size dollops of batter onto parchment paper, freeze them, and store in an airtight bag in the freezer, so […]

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Twice-Baked Japanese Sweet Potatoes with Miso Recipe

MAKES 1 POTATO Don’t think twice. Make this recipe by Victoria Granof once and it’ll be a favorite. It’s just that good. A wholesome, filling side, it doubles as one of our favorite light meals—perfect for the bag lunch or a simple, guiltless indulgence. Plus, with its sweet-savory flavors, it’s like dessert for dinner. FYI, Japanese sweet potatoes, or boniatos, have purplish skin, white flesh, and faintly sweet but still […]

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Gluten Free Turkey Chili Recipe

SERVES 4 This staple gluten-free dinner recipe has been one of our editor Erika Lenkert’s go-to winter comfort foods for years. She makes it with canned diced tomatoes for chunky appeal, but her twelve-year-old daughter, Viva, prefers to swap it out for tomato sauce to get a smoother consistency. A dash of cocoa powder adds additional flavor depth, which is enhanced by some time in the fridge. To make this […]

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