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rt21
added almost 4 years ago

Make a pavlova ..,,, topped With seasonal fruit

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K'lee
added almost 4 years ago

Hi! :D
it is hard to find desserts that best fit your personal needs, but this website is great at narrowing down your choices! I would suggest this recipe for gluten and nut free chocolate chip cookie recipe!
I hope this help you!
https://simplygluten-free...

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dinner at ten
dinner at ten

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added almost 4 years ago

Lots of pudding/custard types of desserts come to mind as an nice no-substitution required options: flan, panna cotta, this insanely chocolately pudding (https://food52.com/blog...)...

These chocolate cookies (http://orangette.blogspot...) are really good and gluten free by nature (no gluten free flour required). I've made nut-free versions that were good, either leaving out the walnuts, or substituting sunflower seeds or pepitas.

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sfmiller
added almost 4 years ago

Rice pudding, with or without a fruit compote. Baked apples (without nuts). Bananas Foster (or sliced apples, pears, or plums prepared in a similar way). Poached pears. Many kinds of mousse. Flan, creme brulee, and other egg custards. Puddings thickened with cornstarch, tapioca, or other gluten-free starches. Panna cotta. Most ice creams and sorbets.

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EmilySundberg
added almost 4 years ago

How about some amazing gluten free ice cream sandwiches with gluten free cookies and rich Haagen Dazs ice cream, or cheesecake, or a pumpkin pie?

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Miachel Breton
added almost 4 years ago

Seasonal fruit sorbet is a win! Grape + mint, pear + rosemary, plum + cardamom.

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Posie (Harwood) Brien
added almost 4 years ago

Coconut macaroons would be great -- also, I love love love Gena's vegan chocolate pie recipe. People can never guess what is in it and it's easy to make. If you used gluten-free graham crackers and rice or soy milk, it should work for your criteria! http://food52.com/recipes...

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drbabs
drbabs

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added almost 4 years ago

Arielleclementine blogs about her monthly gluten free dairy free pies that she makes for her sister in law. Check this out:
http://arielleclementine...

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Scheherazade
added almost 4 years ago

Thank you for all the wonderful inspiring suggestions; I made coconut macaroons in the end because that worked for me ingredient and time wise. They were so good that I'm making them again today :-)

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CarlaCooks
added almost 4 years ago

Oh, coconut macaroons sound good! Glad they went over well. If you host these friends again, you could make a chocolate mousse cake. Just make a large batch of chocolate mousse. Put half of it in a cake pan (I always use spring form) and bake it at 175 C/350 F, uncovered, for 20 minutes. Take it out of the oven and put the remaining mousse on top of the now-baked mousse. Allow it to cool, then put the cake in the freezer. After 2 hours you will have a ridiculously rich, gooey, delicious cake without any flour. You can follow the basic recipe here and use whatever kind of chocolate you like, though I recommend dark chocolate over milk chocolate: https://food52.com/recipes...

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Shuna Lydon
Shuna Lydon

Shuna is a pastry chef in New York City and author of the acclaimed blog Eggbeater.

added almost 4 years ago

Coconut Financière with dessicated coconut and GF flour mix.
Chocolate Pudding with cognac chantilly.
Halo - Halo.
Tapioca pudding.
Ambrosia.
European cheesecake - with quark or labne or ricotta.
Chestnut - Buckwheat Oat flour Crêpes with rosemary-caramel sautéed pears & chestnuts.
Vanilla poached Quince panna cotta.
I could go on - let me know how many ideas you need ;[]

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skenny89
added almost 4 years ago

meringues with chocolate chips or m&ms are simple and both gluten and nut free

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