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Romantic Flourless Dark Chocolate Cherry Cake, gluten free

Is there anything more romantic than chocolate? It's way up on my list, especially with a glass of red wine. Hubby and I love ending a cozy dinner with a glass of wine and a bit of dark chocolate.

After I made this gluten-free Flourless Dark Chocolate Cherry Cake recipe, we snuggled up with a glass of wine, a tiny slice of cake..and moaned.. It was so delicious that I think it needs a warning label!

This gluten-free Flourless Dark Chocolate Cherry Cake recipe is super easy make and seriously delicious. No gluten-free flour mix needed!

Flourless Chocolate cakes are great for a gluten free diet. No gluten free flour mix is needed! Just be sure that your chocolate is truly gluten free. Many chocolates, including some of the best from Switzerland, are manufactured in the same facility with wheat. Hard to believe, but sadly true.

Perfect Chocolate Brownies, gluten free

Living a healthy organic life isn't just about fruits and vegetables.  Our ancestors made wonderful baked goods that were simple and healthy when eaten in moderation, and gluten free.  Many of the oldest recipes I make from Europe are made with a single flour like this simple but awesome gluten free Brownie.

Gluten Free Easy Pots de Creme, so yummy

It's incredible how easy and delicious this recipe is. It tastes like the "to die for" mousse pudding you would order in a restaurant.  And my recipe is much lower in fat and calories!  I was making pies and ended up with lots of leftover filling, so I threw the rest of the filling into ramekins and baked it. Crossing my fingers and toes as I usually do when I wing a recipe  :)
There are many versions of Pots de Creme on the web as I came to find out.  Some people blend everything in the blender and then pour into pots to bake. Some heat the chocolate over a double boiler.
I really liked heating the milk just to a boil for a minute and then pouring it over the chopped chocolate, it's simple and fast. Simple and fast makes me very happy.
You can try coconut or almond milk for a dairy free alternative.  And I'm sure you could use sugar free chocolate but I was happy using a very dark chocolate with mine.  Dark chocolate has very little sugar and no aftertaste.  Hope you enjoy!

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