I love it when I can take my own recipe and make it even easier!
I first came up with this gluten free caramel apple tart for my daughter-in-law who wanted to learn some gluten free baking that was not too complicated. The original recipe is in my first book and requires that one start with pie crust.
Learning the basics of baking is always a great place to start – if you can make a great pie crust then the world of pies is at your feet. I am proud to say that my daughter-in-law has perfected her pie crust making skills!
But there are times when you just want to do something fast and easy. Just because you know how to do something well, doesn’t mean you always have to do it!
If you have Martha Stewart pastry aspirations yet your baking skills are more Rachael Ray, I have one word for you – galette.
According to Webster’s Dictionary a galette is defined as:
1: a flat round cake of pastry often topped with fruit
2: a food prepared and served in the shape of a flat round cake
According to me a
An all-American version of the Cornish classic – so simple, so tasty
Pastry cream is a recipe good to master for making really knock-it-out-of-the-park fantastic gluten-free desserts! It also happens to be so versatile. It can be used as filling for cream puffs, tarts and pies and can be flavored in almost endless ways
You’ll love these light, luscious gluten-free pastries. They can be made without dairy. Enjoy them au naturale, as the French do, or fill them with
Gluten-free filo pastry is not an easy recipe to come by. Lucky for you, we have a delicious and simple one right here! Originally published in Gluten Free & More.