The best part about donut holes is that since they come from the middle of the donut, all the calories actually stay in the donut, making the donut hole a completely free food!!! Ok...that's not true at all...BUT...these bite-sized donut holes are a truly satisfying little puffy treat that is as tasty as it is light, sweet, and fun.
Molasses cookies are quite possibly the most flexible and easy-to-work-with type of cookie in the world. The molasses keeps them soft for days and you can even freeze the dough for up to 2 weeks... when that craving hits just pop into the oven. No matter what type of cookie texture you prefer, it is basically impossible to make a bad molasses cookie. Not only is this recipe gluten, grain and dairy free...it’s also egg free and AIP compliant. This is one you don’t want to miss!!
Whoever said that everything is better deep fried was clearly someone who had tapped into the deeper truths of the universe. Fritters are basically bite-sized chunks of fried donut batter that somehow manage to be unique from, and some would say better than, their full-donut cousins. This recipe can be changed up to suit your taste buds - leave out the apples and cinnamon and try drizzling with chocolate for example! This gluten-free, grain-free, and dairy-free recipe makes about 30-36 mini fritters so there will be plenty to enjoy!
This recipe is a simple gluten and grain-free batter that you can customize to your liking. Increase or decrease garlic and salt by taste preference, throw in some rosemary or paprika...you get the picture. Pro Tip: You can omit the egg and it will still work. It will just be a thinner coat of batter. You can also sub in beer or kombucha for the seltzer if you want to jazz things up a bit.
If you've been living the grain-free life for any length of time, then a good, New York-style pizza is something you've almost certainly had cravings for. There's just something about those flat, wide slices of pizza, covered with toppings, coming straight out of the oven that satisfies the soul. This simple gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free pizza crust recipe puts tasty, homemade pizza back on the menu.
Thin vs. Thick Crust Pizza. While some may see this as a classic rivalry, in our opinion, we heart both. You'll find that this versatile gluten-free and grain-free recipe produces either a thick, fluffy crust or a delicate thin crust, all depending on how thin you roll it out! Either way, it hits the spot every time. Make this one asap!