Flourless Chocolate Quinoa Cake, OMG!If you love someone who is gluten-free, the best thing you can do for her this Valentine's Day is to whip up a fantastic gluten-free dessert. After all, if you wine and dine a gluten-free person outside the home, the likelihood of dessert is slim to none. And she needs some dessert!!! Trust me on this. Just be sure to skip the box of chocolates for your gluten-free date (hidden gluten, everywhere!) unless you're 100% sure every ingredient is gluten-free.
Luckily removing flour doesn't mean you're stuck with a sub par cake, cookie, or other delight. There are a lot of people out there making sure those of us gf folks don't go hungry during the holidays. So many, in fact, that you could eat gluten-free for every meal if you were so inclined.
Here are five fantastic gluten-free treats for your gluten-free sweet on Valentine's Day.
One of the best ways to go gluten-free, is to do it naturally. Everyone loves a flourless chocolate cake. I sprinkled powdered sugar atop this particular recipe, to make for a lovely dessert with only five ingredients. Yeah, it's that easy to knock someone's socks off.
If someone makes this for you, they totally love you. And, they're showing off.
Caramel sauce is sexy no matter whether it's got gluten in it or not. Make it not.
Naturally gluten-free, this delicious, somewhat exotic dessert is actually incredibly simple to make. And it's jiggly -- bonus!
Honestly, if you give anyone who can't eat gluten a delicious gluten-free doughnut? You're totally getting some action tonight.
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