Candy Hearts Blog’s Favorite Cut-Out Cookies
Wendy, over at Candy Hearts Blog, shares her family’s favorite Cut-Out Cookie recipe, here, made in the shape of Blue Circles — the symbol for World Diabetes Day. Thanks for sharing, Wendy!
Gluten Free Football Cake and Cookies
It’s Super Bowl season, and even if you can’t get to the big game, there’s no reason not to celebrate the occasion in the best possible way: with gluten free football cake and cookies! Jules’ Scratch 2-Layer Cake Recipe This gluten free cake is delicious but also remarkably easy to cut and shape into anything
Gluten Free Mini Pie Recipe
I just love this gluten free mini pie recipe. It takes all the great things about pie and makes them portable! And easy to make! No stressful handling of large rolled out crusts — it’s actually more like making cut out cookies than making a full pie. How fun is that? Gluten free mini pies
Gluten Free Paska Sweet Egg Bread Recipe
I’m so pleased with this yummy gluten free Sweet Egg Bread recipe and I can’t wait to share it with you! You may recognize this Eastern European Easter Bread known as Paska, or you may just recognize it as a beautiful braided bread; either way, you have to know how simple it is to make
Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Recipe Roundup
It’s that chocolate-loving, romantic food, heart-shaped time of year again, so I thought I’d share some of my family’s favorite gluten free Valentine’s Day treats with you in this huge Gluten Free Valentine’s Day Recipe Roundup! From gluten free chocolate beer cake to gluten free heart-shaped pizzas, I’ve got you covered with 35 sweet and
Gluten Free Danish Puff Pastry Recipe
I’ve been thinking about making gluten free Danish puff pastry a lot lately. I have no idea why exactly, but sometimes when a food memory bubbles up, I can’t stop thinking about it until I make a gluten free recipe for it. And so it happened with puff pastry. Specifically, Danish. When I was young,
Gluten Free Panettone Recipe
It’s that time of year when traditional recipes like gluten free Panettone (ok maybe the gluten free part isn’t so traditional!) are brought out and dusted off, everyone remembers how much they loved them, and then they’re not made again until next year. And with typical recipes for panettone, I can see why! While this
Gluten Free Bread Machine Reviews
Lots of folks ask me for my gluten free bread machine reviews: which do I prefer for baking gluten free bread? In the many, many years I’ve been baking gluten free bread, I have tried just about all the bread machines out there — those with gluten free bread settings and those without. Here I
Gluten Free Halloween Candy List
Gluten Free Halloween Candy can be tricky to identify. If you haven’t procured your gluten free goodies yet, read on, because at first glance, you might think most candy is gluten free, but not so fast! Many forms of confections actually use gluten as filler or to give substance to extruded shapes. Candies to Avoid
Gluten Free Pizza Dough Recipe
Delicious gluten free pizza — REAL pizza — is one of the things people think they’ll have to miss out on with the gluten free diet, but not true! People talk about craving it, but with this gluten free pizza dough recipe (or my easy, award-winning gfJules Pizza Crust Mix), you can have it: crunchy, chewy,
Gluten Free Lunchbox Ideas
Ah, the ever popular topic of what to pack in a gluten free lunchbox. As we gear up for the school year ahead, the idea of having to fill that gluten free lunch box every day can be daunting, but I have lots of ideas to help! Big kids, little kids, for school or work, these
Gluten Free Easter Recipe Round-Up
This time of year, it seems we’re all scrambling for to find the perfect gluten free Easter recipe. A traditional Easter supper (and breakfast the morning after for out-of-town guests) shouldn’t be missed just because you or your family is not eating gluten. Favorite family recipes shouldn’t be avoided, but embraced. I’ll show you how!
Gluten Free Chocolate Linzer Cookie Recipe
It’s nearing Valentine’s Day which means all things chocolate, right? At least, that’s what I was thinking when I decided to take my well-loved gluten free Linzer Cookie recipe and turn it into a gluten free CHOCOLATE Linzer Cookie recipe! Pretty brilliant, right? I mean, adding chocolate to nearly anything is a good thing, and
Your New Year New Gluten Free Lifestyle!
If you are not feeling as happy, healthy and as energetic as you would like — even on a gluten free diet — embrace this as your new year new gluten free lifestyle! No matter how long you’ve been living gluten free, you can probably do better. Everyone gets in a rut sometimes; the new
Gluten Free Soft Pretzel Recipe
A lot of people are needlessly intimidated at the thought of making an authentic gluten free soft pretzel recipe at home. For some, it’s the soda bath (what the heck is that?!). For others, it’s rolling and forming the gluten free soft pretzel dough. Still others just aren’t that comfortable baking. Me? Well, I can’t
Gluten Free Pie Crust Recipe and Tips
Amazingly flaky, light and tender gluten free pie crust recipe isn’t difficult to make when you use the right ingredients and follow some easy how-to steps with this recipe. Fair warning: this post is l-o-n-g not because it’s difficult to make a great gluten free pie crust, but because I want to reassure you in
Witches’ Fingers Gluten Free Bread Sticks Recipe
My gluten free bread sticks are always a party favorite, and now, shaped like eerie witches’ fingers, they’re positively irresistible at Halloween. I wish I could take credit for the idea behind these eye-catching spooky witches’ fingers bread sticks, but I actually borrowed the concept from some cookies I had seen shaped this way with almonds as
Lemon Buttercream Frosting Recipe
I think this lemon buttercream frosting recipe is my family’s new favorite. It goes with anything … or should I say, makes anything even better? And because it’s so easy to make, there’s no reason not to put it on just about any kind of treat: from gluten free strawberry cake to gluten free sugar
FOX and Friends Gluten Free Recipe Roundup
Last week I had the opportunity to make a special gluten free birthday cake for a chocolate-loving fellow celiac on her birthday. We planned to surprise Elisabeth Hasselbeck (one of the hosts) during the FOX and Friends morning show, so I had to keep our surprise a secret from you until after the big reveal
Expo West 2015 Gluten Free Product Picks
I look forward to Expo West for about 360 days of the year, give or take. It’s a 4 day crash course in food trends, flops and superstars. A sneak peek at what will be on the shelves in the coming months, and a chance to talk to the brains behind all the brands. It’s
Jules’ Favorite Baking Tools
Gluten Free Baking Tools I Can’t Live Without Traveling around the country teaching cooking classes (and toting these favorite baking tools everywhere I go!), I am constantly asked at class and in follow-up emails, “What’s that?” “What do you use that for?” “Where to you buy that?” “How much does that cost?” “Do I need
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Strawberry Soup or Sorbet
Strawberry Soup is an odd-sounding recipe that will make a believer out of anyone who tries it. Appetizer or dessert, this is a treat you’ll wish you’d doubled. So simple. So sublime. This strawberry soup recipe was so popular in my family that it found its way into my first cookbook, Nearly Normal Cooking for
Is Oatmeal Gluten Free?
Is oatmeal gluten free? I remember asking that of my doctor when I was first diagnosed with celiac disease in the 1990s. At the time, I was told that oatmeal was right up there next to wheat, barley and rye on the “Do Not Eat” list. Since then, thankfully, scientists have learned that oats and
Going Gluten Free: 7 First Steps
Going Gluten Free: 7 First Steps When you’ve decided you’re going gluten free, you start in your kitchen. It’s Food Central, right? Whether it’s large or galley, stocked or empty, your new gluten free kitchen will be your safe zone. Your gluten free kitchen will become the place where you can always find and make yummy
In the Media
The Washingtonian says, “Jules is one of the top experts on gluten-free living in the Washington area; Time magazine, ABC, and other major media outlets line up for her advice.” She was also voted “Gluten Free Person of the Decade” in the 10th Annual Gluten Free Awards. Find out why …. Find Jules all over social
Best New Gluten-Free Product Finds from Expo West 2014
How often is it that there seem to be TOO many great gluten-free options available? Well, that was the case at this year’s spectacular Natural Products Expo West, and I for one, and happy to report back to you on the bounty of choices you will soon have in a store near you!
Nutrition and the Gluten Free Diet: Living Well, Gluten Free
It’s getting easier every day to find gluten-free foods. But how do you make sure you’re getting enough nutrition in your gluten-free diet? For answers, tune into the podcast or read the transcript of my Gluten-Free Voice Radio interview with celiac dietitian, Rachel Begun.
12 Most-Loved Recipes of 2013
as selected by the readers of Jules Speaks Gluten-Free Blog . Flatbreads, Pita or Naan Bread Bread always tops the charts for gluten-free recipes, and this vegan, yeast-free, super-quick and versatile recipe should have top billing in your recipe box, too. . . Apple Butter Butternut Squash Casserole Apple butter enhances the flavors of
Celiac Disease & Type 1 Diabetes – guest post –
In honor of National Diabetes Awareness Month, I have invited guest blogger Wendy Rose from Candy Hearts Blog to share with us more information on Juvenile Diabetes and the connection between it and Celiac Disease.
Wow! That’s A Lot of News!
I've just returned from a whirlwind New England adventure, capping off what was indeed an auspicious week for those of us here at Jules Gluten Free! So, let's see, where should I begin!? First I was in Boston for the Healthy Baking Seminar, where I had the opportunity to address bakers and industrial baking manufacturers