Light, crisp, and buttery. Cinnamon, brown sugar, vanilla, and honey all complement earthy teff and oat flours, making these homemade gluten free graham crackers extra addictive.
I grew up in the ’80’s, when fat was evil and carbs were a-ok. Graham crackers were regularly doled out at snacktime, both at school and at home, always accompanied by glasses of apple juice or milk. I always felt meh about the cardboardy little buggers, dreaming of chocolate covered ice cream bars or gooey chocolate chip cookies to satisfy my ever hangry sweet tooth. But recently I tried my hand at homemade graham crackers and everything changed.
Warm apples, buttery spiced streusel, and a scoop of drippy ice cream melting over the top – this foolproof gluten free apple crisp makes a cozy dessert on chilly fall and winter nights. Use dairy-free butter and ice cream to make it vegan, or swap in peaches or berries during the summer.
Crisp is the dessert I’m almost always craving (along with ice cream and chocolate anything). It’s easy to whip up, can involve nearly any fruit, and when topped with a big scoop of melty ice cream, becomes dessert nirvana. This gluten free apple crisp recipe is as easy as it is versatile. It takes little hands-on time, makes enough for 4 servings, and is easily doubled or tripled for a crowd. Plus it works as well with peaches as it does with any baking apple (pink or otherwise!)
This super moist gluten free banana cake gets loads of flavor from brown butter, brown sugar, coconut flour, and butterscotch-swirled cream cheese frosting.
This week marks the 9th year of The Bojon Gourmet, and the second year of Alternative Baker. I started this site on a whim when I failed to find a good recipe for sourdough crackers online and took matters into my own flour-streaked hands. I never dreamed that it would bring so many good things my way. 550 recipes later, I’m blessed with a huge, supportive community of fellow bloggers, entrepreneurs, eco-conscious brands, and readers all around the globe. What better way to celebrate than with cake?!
Creamy vanilla-kissed filling, bright summer berries, and a buttery shortbread crust made with a trio of gluten-free flours – this baked raspberry mascarpone tart is an easy win.
I’m popping in briefly today to share this easy, gluten-free baked raspberry mascarpone tart that I whipped up the other night. A few of you saw it in my IG stories and asked for the recipe and I’m only too happy to share. It’s late in the season for raspberries, but I found some incredibly flavorful ones from Coke Farm, which is kind of produce royalty, at our co-op. They and an extra container of luscious mascarpone from my friends at Vermont Creamery inspired this tart.
This verdant spread is like a cross between tomatillo salsa and guacamole. Serve up a batch of avocado tomatillo salsa with a platter of chips and vegetables for dipping, or dollop it on tacos, chilaquiles, enchiladas, or burrito bowls.
This time of summer is always bittersweet. Technically we still have weeks of the season left, but since many schools start back about this time, I keep hearing things like “summer’s over!!!” It always sends me into a panic. Have I eaten enough peaches, nectarines, plums, and tomatoes yet?? NEVER.