Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Trifle Gluten Free Dairy Free Trifle: As you may have noticed, we’re not chefs here at Gluten-Free Connecticut. But when we’re really craving something, nothing stops us. So we did our best at recreating the chocolate trifle that we enjoyed so many years ago. The original recipe used a devil’s food cake mix,…

Amy Fothergill isn’t kidding when she said that her vanilla cake was easy and delicious. It’s now our go-to recipe!  Easy Vanilla Cake or Cupcakes, from The Warm Kitchen, by Amy Fothergill Ingredients: 1 Tablespoon white vinegar 2/3 cup whole milk or milk substitute 1 cup Amy’s Gluten-Free Flour Blend 1 cup white rice flour…

Gluten Free Meatball Recipe: Who doesn’t love meatballs? Here’s Amy Fothergill’s recipe from her cookbook, The Warm Kitchen, which we made and then devoured in the Gluten-Free Connecticut Test Kitchen. Gluten Free Meatball Recipe Ingredients: 2 large eggs 1/4-1/3 grated Parmesan cheese (can leave out if you don’t do dairy) 1/4 cup chopped Italian parsley…

Gluten-Free Connecticut is delighted to welcome Amy Fothergill, gluten-free chef, author, and writer. Educated at the Cornell School of Hospitality, Amy currently lives on the west coast, but spends a lot of time working on the east coast, in the New York and Connecticut areas. She teaches healthy cooking classes for adults and kids, and…

Taylor Grant Greenberg, food blogger and one of Gluten-Free Connecticut’s local contributors, has done our gluten-free Irish soda bread research for us!  Taking the best parts of all the her favorite recipes, she’s created the ultimate gluten-free Irish soda bread. Read on, bake on, and enjoy!  Ingredients 3 cups of gluten free flour 1 tbsp…

Whether you’re a buyer or a baker, we’ve got you covered for Purim! Izzi B’s Allergen Free Bakery is vegan and free from gluten, peanuts, dairy, eggs, artificial colors, preservatives, tree nuts, soy, and refined sugars. She doesn’t have a store front, but you can order and pick up from her facility in Norwalk, CT,…

If you’re like us, you used to eat challah BGF – before gluten free. And, if you’re like us, you miss it terribly. What’s better than challah french toast?  In an effort to help you find the best GF challah, whether for a holiday or just for breakfast, we tried three different brands, and then…

Did you know that coconut oil is made up of healthy saturated fats, and is one of the most versatile foods? In fact, the coconut tree is considered the Tree of Life in many Asian and tropical countries. At room temperature it’s solid, but melts quickly when scooped into your hand. There are literally hundreds…

Gluten Free Bread You Can Make at Home!         Contributed By Jessie DeMarco When buying gluten-free bread at the store, it’s usually small, full of holes, and always over priced! But did you know that you can make it yourself? Here are four things to keep in mind, if you decide to…

A note from gf Jules: I always tell my kids that looks, and names, can be deceiving. Latkes fall into this category. Although they really are just hashbrowns with a history, they can look unappetizing to the uninitiated. Latkes are tradiitonally made with potatoes – usually golden or sweet – and are fried in oil…