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Immaculate Gluten-Free Cookies-With a Twist! Giving back after Irma



Halloween parties are so much easier these days for a busy gluten-free baker thanks to the Immaculate Baking Company!

Did you know that they make Certified Gluten Free Immaculate Baking Cookie Dough? But they aren't only Gluten-Free. They make many Certified Honestly Delicious Organic mixes and doughs too! Isn't that wonderful?  Here's their link to find a store near you!

So, when I was asked to be an Immaculate Baking Co. Influencer I couldn't wait to give these gluten-free cookies a try. And have some fun adding my own special twist while I was at it!


Grab a Coupon for any Immaculate product and save a $1.00 per package for a limited time! The pinwheels came out with Crisp rich dark chocolate edges with a soft chewy chocolate chip middle. Crazy good!

Brilliant Gluten Free Coconut Macaroons, GF, Sugarfree option


I love the sweet chewiness of a coconut macaroon but the sugar content in the commercial products was always too much for my tastes.
Until I made these...They are divine and healthy! And guess what? they are super easy to make gluten free!

Gluten-Free Buckwheat Artisan Bread Boule

Would you like to make gorgeous gluten free Artisan bread? Today I'm going to show you how!

We all know that as gluten-free bakers we can't just whip up a classic recipe easily. We need to use a gluten-free formula that will perform correctly, but we can learn from the ancient techniques, and with the right combination of whole flours, starches and binders, make a bread that is very close and delicious.

I've been long distance baking with a friend in England who bakes with regular flour. I was inspired and a bit jealous after seeing her bread. I was determined to make a gluten-free artisan boule like she did and it was fun stepping up to the challenge.

So I put on my thinking cap and used what I've learned over the years baking bread. First of all, the classic recipe is all-purpose flour, salt, yeast, and water. I knew I needed to give the gluten-free bread structure to replicate the lack of gluten, so I used buckwheat and added some eggs. I liked the flavor of the buckwheat, but one of my testers said she wasn't fond of it. So the next time I made it, I used part buckwheat and part sorghum. My other tester loved it and said the dough was great to work with!


Please be advised related products are random and not always gluten-free!