Slideshow: Share Your Sweets: Gluten-Free Sweets

Debbie's Almond Joy Cake
Debbie's Almond Joy Cake
"Hi there. Thought this might be a good candidate for your GF roundup--it's kosher for Passover but that's nearly coincidental. No matzo meal, potato starch, etc—just regular everyday ingredients."—Debbie K.
Jennie's Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
Jennie's Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
"These chocolate chip oatmeal cookies are a delicious treat I made for a friend's birthday who is gluten free. She often misses out on delicious office treats because she can't have gluten, so I figured I could show people it's easy to make gluten free cookies that everyone will want seconds of!"—Jennie P.
Molly's Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies
Molly's Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies
"Coconut and almond flours combine forces with gluten-free oats to go all Captain Celiac Planet on some coconutty, chocolatey, vegan cookies. I'm not sure what that means but you can't argue with coconut. Everyone knows that."—Molly W.
Kayle's Gooey Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Bars
Kayle's Gooey Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Bars
"These bars are extremely easy to whip up, taste incredibly gooey and delicious, and are pretty good for you!"—Kayle B.
Laura's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies
Laura's Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies
"Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies are an easy to make treat that will satisfy anyone's sweet tooth. No one will be able to tell they're gluten free!"—Laura D.
Betty's Hi-Hat Cupcakes
Betty's Hi-Hat Cupcakes
"Many of my coworkers are either celiac or decided to go gluten-free, so for a recent birthday, I brought in these adorable mini hi-hats. Topped with marshmallow frosting and a chocolate coating, these cupcakes remind me of those soft serve cones you can get from ice cream trucks in the summer - they taste just like them too! If you've ever thought gluten-free meant flavor-free, these cupcakes will be sure to change your mind."—Betty F.
Amanda's Peanut Butter Cookies
Amanda's Peanut Butter Cookies
"Here are my ultra simple gluten-free peanut butter cookies. Their texture is identical to regular peanut butter cookies, but the peanut butter flavor shines through much stronger than in ones made with flour!"—Amanda
Rachel's Macaroons
Rachel's Macaroons
"These coconut macaroons are enhanced with other gluten-free ingredients like vanilla bean paste, white chocolate, and maraschino liquor. They were a huge success with my coworkers."—Rachel R.
Amanda's Vanilla Raspberry Cupcakes
Amanda's Vanilla Raspberry Cupcakes
"I was inspired to make this recipe by my tireless efforts to make my gluten-free friends happy to be gluten-free and my discovery of plantain flour in my local grocery store. The use of plantain flour in my gluten-free baked goods has been a great discovery, it adds some sweetness and body where other gluten-free flours seem to fail. I also include coconut powder, almond meal, baking powder, eggs, sugar, butter, vanilla, and raspberries. These cupcakes have been a hug hit with all my friends and family whether they are gluten-free or not."—Amanda K.
Natalie's Nutella Cookies
Natalie's Nutella Cookies
"Be sure to use gluten-free vanilla extract and gluten-free chocolate chips to keep these delicious nutella cookies gluten-free."—Natalie P.
Devany's Cranberry Bliss Bars
Devany's Cranberry Bliss Bars
"My mother recently has been diagnosed with gluten sensitivities, but she really misses Starbuck's Cranberry Bliss Bars, not just around the holidays. I surprised her with a gluten-free version so tasty the boys didn't even know the difference!"—Devany A.
Chelsea's Chia Seed Pudding
Chelsea's Chia Seed Pudding
"The chia seeds provide a fantastic texture for this pudding that is sweetened with honey and flavored with vanilla extract. It is not only delicious but also gluten-free and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids."—Chelsea K.