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10 Mouthwatering Desserts That Happen to Be Gluten-Free
Gluten-Free Soft Molasses Cookies
This recipe is typically a holiday favorite. But when something is this good, you shouldn't need to wait until there's snow on the ground to make a batch. Cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg add the perfect bit of spice to a cookie that tastes really, really nice.
Get the recipe: Gluten-Free Girl
Gluten-Free Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble
Skip canned fruit fillings and make your own to sidestep refined sugar and sneaky preservatives. This recipe uses fresh strawberries and a splash of orange juice for a tart rhubarb filling that tastes great with crunchy oats on top.
Get the recipe: Cooking Gluten-Free
Mama Me Gluten Free
A Baking Life
Indian pudding is hugely popular in New England, and it's time to let everyone else in on the secret. Essentially, it's a custard made by boiling cornmeal, milk, and molasses together. Tara, of A Baking Life and owner of the restaurants 40Paper and 3Crow, has taken this dessert to a whole other level by adding maple syrup and a dash of sea salt for a recipe that works as an after-dinner treat or even for breakfast. Because really, doesn't dessert taste better when it works as a multi-meal?
Get the recipe: A Baking Life
Gluten Free Canteen
The Healthy Apple
Gluten-Free No-Bake Cherry Oatmeal Cookies
The only thing better than deciding to have dessert is finding one you can make without touching your oven. Oats, pumpkin seeds, and flaxseeds give these cookies a crunch you'll love second to the sweetness of dried cherries and orange zest.
Get the recipe: The Healthy Apple
The Wicked Good Vegan
Gluten-Free Thumbprint Cookies
The best thing about these shortbread cookies is that you can customize them to include your favorite fruits. Go traditional with strawberry preserves or test something different, like pomegranate or acai jam.
Get the recipe: The Wicked Good Vegan