This post about gluten-free jelly donuts (or how to make sufganiyot) contains affiliate links. This post was originally posted on December 2017 and was updated December 2019. Hanukkah is a holiday my kids can really sink their teeth into, literally. It’s a time when we throw caution to the wind and eat anything and everything […]
Recipes for Jewish Holidays
Good For You Gluten Free takes Jewish Holidays very seriously. Over the years, we've amassed a good number of Jewish recipes, including my muc raved about gluten-free challah recipe, as well as these delicious gluten-free Rosh Hashanah, Passover and Hanukkah recipes.
This post features my gluten-free flourless chocolate torte recipe and contains affiliate links. Please read my disclosures. When you eat gluten free, making food that is Kosher for Passover is no big deal. In fact, I eat Passover-friendly foods year round. So making this flourless chocolate torte is, as I said, no big deal. I’m […]
A round, sweet challah is traditionally served on Rosh Hashanah to symbolize a sweet new year. Please note that this recipe contains more than 50 percent oat flour, which makes it compliant the Torah laws of challah being made with 1 of the 5 grains mentioned in the Torah (oat flour is the only grain mention that can be certified gluten-free).
This post features 10 gluten-free Rosh Hashanah Recipes and affiliate links. Rosh Hashanah is upon us once again and I’m so excited! Today I want to share with you my personal favorite gluten-free Rosh Hashanah recipes that will help you have a safe, sweet and totally delicious new year! What is Rosh Hashanah? Rosh Hashanah […]
This gluten-free chocolate quinoa cake recipe post contains affiliate links. Some of the products mentioned in this post have been sent to me by brands. Please see my disclosures for details. I love a good chocolate cake like the next person, so when I received a copy of The Healthy Jewish Kitchen by Paula Shoyer, and […]
This post includes a gluten-free matzah recipe and affiliate links. Matzah is also referred to as “matzo.” On the first night of Passover, Jews are commanded to eat matzah as a reminder of the food our ancestors ate as they left Egypt in haste. Before leaving Egypt, they mixed wheat flour and water but didn’t allow […]