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I can't remember the last time I had red velvet cupcakes, so for my birthday this year, I decided to make some. I just couldn't stomach the thought of eating red food dye (gross!) and the natural food dyes found in the store didn't give my cupcakes the desired color. So instead, I decided to make these cupcakes red by using ground up beets. The beets not only add color, but they also add antioxidants and moisture to these already delicious cupcakes. Enjoy!
NOTE: I haven't tried this recipe with canned beets, but I suspect they would work well and would cut out a lot of the extra effort.
- Prep: 45 mins
- Cook: 20 mins
- Yields: 18 cupcakes
My husband's grandmother told me the trick to making these cookies taste so good is the slow and low heat. So whenever I have a hankering for meringue cookies, I make them the night before and allow them to slowly cook in my oven. This recipe doubles and triples well, and you can make the cookies as small or large as you like. They are perfect for Passover too as they don't include any flours or grains, and of course, they're naturally gluten-free.
- Prep: 15 mins
- Cook: 8 hrs
- Yields: 12 cookies
This cake is totally gluten-free and perfect for Passover and year-round. As you'll see, this cake contains no flour, just delicious, protein-rich quinoa. The cake is moist and stays moist for days after making it. Enjoy it for Passover along with some fresh fruit, or year-round as a delicious moist chocolate cake. They don't have to know there's quinoa in there!
- Prep: 15 mins
- Cook: 1 hr 5 mins
- Yields: 12 slices
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. However, it's important to note that boxed gluten-free matzah is not made from oats. Oats are one of the five grains mentioned in the Torah required to be eaten in order to complete the mitzvah of matzah, and it is the only grain mentioned that is gluten-free. In this recipe, I not only use oat flour to make the matzah, but I make it in less than 18 minutes (from start to finish). You'll need to hustle to get it all done, but the effort is worth it in order to complete the mitzvah of matzah and still avoid gluten (and feel well). Good luck and Chag Sameach!
- Prep: 10 mins
- Cook: 10 mins
- Yields: 4 squares
It's game time! March Madness is upon us and it's time to kick your parties into high gear with this delicious cilantro-lime rice and black bean salsa. This is a slam dunk recipe at any party.
- Prep: 15 mins
- Yields: 8-10 servings
This sinful chocolate cake is meant to be shared with friends. The rich, moist and dense cake is carefully balanced with the light and sweet meringue frosting. Use Bob's Red Mill 1-to-1 Gluten-Free Flour blend to ensure the perfect recipe. (Please note Bob's Red Mill sponsored this recipe).
- Prep: 55 mins
- Cook: 40 mins
- Yields: About 16 slices