I couldn't leave Cookie Monster behind without sharing my recipe for flourless almond butter oatmeal cookies, which bake up super crisp and crunchy.
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Whole limes give a blast of flavor to this moist coconut and almond cake. Billows of sweet white chocolate whipped cream float on top.
These oversized macaroons are flavored with lemon zest and dipped in white chocolate.
Sinners and Saints serves both regular and gluten-free sweets. And though the Tres Leches Cake is on their "saints" menu, it's rich and decadent enough for sinners.
Looking for gluten-free cupcakes in New York? Here are six of our favorites.
The sweets here look textbook, but in fact are the product of months of testing, trying, failing and ultimately succeeding. For not only are these desserts gluten-free, they're also dairy-free and certified kosher.
These addictively crispy, chewy balls are full of my two favorite combinations: dark chocolate-cranberry and honey-salt.
This vegan, dairy free pudding is creamy and sweet. You can make it ahead and keep it in the fridge for breakfast all week.
Crunchy, delicate layers of malted hazelnut meringue form the "cake" layers of this decadent but light textured dessert. For gluten-free just omit the malt.
Anyone who has attempted to bake a pie without gluten knows it can be tricky. Which flour should I use? How can I get the crust to have a flakey texture? Should I just use a boxed mix? That's why we put together the Serious Eats Guide to Making Gluten-Free pie—to help you navigate these questions and make sure that absolutely everyone at your table gets to indulge in one our favorite desserts
Cake Rack Bakery may only be available on weekends at Findlay Market, but their goods are so quality that they're worth getting down there early for. This gluten-free, vegan chocolate cake donut is one of the best of its kind I've ever encountered, and would make a sweet treat for a sensitive friend.
Lisa Clark, owner of Petunia's Pies and Pastries, doesn't let multiple food allergies stop her from indulging her sweet tooth in Portland. Her list of gluten, soy, and dairy-free goodies is worth munching your way through whether you've got similar dietary restrictions or not.
At the new brick and mortar shop of beloved Portland farmers' market staple Petunia's Pies & Pastries, you don't have to be vegan or gluten-intolerant to appreciate the abundance of options in the display case (of which pies are just the beginning). Here are owner Lisa Clark's top picks in the shop.
These chewy flourless cookies are all about the crunchy coconut and moist, fudgy center.
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Little pots of satiny molten chocolate are the ultimate chocolate fix in under 30 minutes.
Whole pureed oranges make this cake one of the most moist I've ever had. Ground almonds. saffron, and a honey syrup complete the Middle Eastern theme.
Your party guests will never guess this cake is gluten-free. Moist and tender with a good bit of bounce, it will put your everyday gluten-y carrot cake to shame.
New York City has a number of bakeries specializing in gluten-free items with some, of course, being better than others. We scoured the city to find gluten-free sweets that taste good enough to be enjoyed by everyone, not just those on a gluten-free diet.
Having tried gluten-free baking myself, I can definitely say that it's not an easy thing to pull off. Without flour, it's tricky to make cake that has the right soft, airy texture or muffins with the perfect moist crumb. Luckily, San Francisco bakers are an inclusive crowd, and bakeries across the city that aren't exclusively gluten-free are turning out sweets that everyone can enjoy.