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diy gluten free desserts

Allergic to gluten? Or just gluten-free? Don’t worry, there are plenty of delicious dishes to prepare and eat! Let’s take a look at some gluten-free desserts that will blow you away and you will forget they don’t have gluten in them.

The best mixer buckwheat waffles ever! Kids and adults alike are crazy about it! Packed full of protein, sweetened with bananas and of course gluten-free, whip them in the blender in just 60 seconds! Many people think buckwheat is related to wheat, but it is actually a fruit seed that is related to rhubarb and sorrel. This makes it a suitable grain substitute for people who are sensitive to wheat.

Lavender ice cream is so intoxicating with the wonderful smell and taste of lavender that it’s summer on a plate. Lavender is such a relaxing scent that this is the perfect desert to relax in at the end of the day. Lavender ice cream is gluten-free and vegan as well as … celery-free, coconut-free, garlic-free, lupine-free, mustard-free, nightshade-free, onion-free, peanut-free, sesame-free, soy-free and many other things for free!

Here is a delicious and easy-to-prepare summer dessert recipe that is vegan-friendly and doesn’t require cooking. There is something for everyone: coconuts, chocolate and nuts – everything we love! You don’t have to do all of the layers if you’re feeling lazy or you can do the top layer by simply melting your favorite chocolate. However, you can add some nut butter to make the chocolate layer softer and even more delicious.

Hard to beat a creamy, no-bake whipped cheesecake for dessert in the middle of summer! These mini no-bake cheesecakes are the easiest cheesecake you’ll ever make, and make great custom desserts for parties (or just portion control because they’re so irresistible!). These cheesecakes go great with any cheesecake you like.

These fluffy vegan and gluten-free protein pancakes are easy to prepare, refined, sugar-free, full of flavor and the perfect indulgence! Ready in 30 minutes and full of protein, they are a great refueling meal. To make these naturally sweet, add some maple syrup, which will also help with the thickening. Add a few more ingredients and boom vegan protein pancakes!

You can’t go wrong with a healthy raspberry ripple protein popsicle. Protein popsicles are a delicious way to get a satisfying treat. Protein popsicles are a delicious and fun alternative to the mildness of protein shakes. They double as a sweet treat, and the protein helps negate the fruit’s insulin-sparging effects and keep your hunger in check.

These homemade paleo almond joy mugs are a no-bake treat that is super easy to make. A copycat version of the popular candy that is made healthier. Gluten-free, dairy-free and naturally sweetened! The top layer is lighter, slightly tough and goes perfectly with the chocolate layer. Chocolate and coconut go so well together!

These low-carb strawberry coconut scones are gluten-free and made with almond flour, desiccated coconut and fresh, juicy strawberries. The crushed coconut adds yet another layer of flavor that you can’t even imagine. These low-carb strawberry coconut scones are perfect, soft, crumbly, and healthy. It’s definitely the perfect scone for the strawberry season.

Thick, creamy and sweet cherry quark made from fresh cherries is poured into grain-free and paleo cookie tartlets for a delicious, fun and secretly healthy dessert! Dairy-free, refined sugar-free, gluten-free and paleo.

These healthy ice cream sandwiches are raw, paleo, vegan, and gluten-free! Smooth vanilla ice cream is sandwiched between two chocolate chip cookies for a decadent and healthy dessert that only takes 20 minutes!

Autumn is not that far and it is high time to consider which cozy decorations are suitable for the cold season. Wood is one of the most popular materials for letting in some warmth and today I want to share some rustic inspired ideas that came true using wood washers.


First of all, you can make some furniture from slices of wood, it is easy to make and you will get a unique piece like no other. Wood slices are pretty easy to work with: all you have to do is cut the wood into slices, sand it a little, and then finish it to your liking. Wooden panels can be used as side tables, bedside tables, plant stands, hanging and wall shelves. Try regular or hairpin legs, or just stack large wooden slices on top of each other to get a table. If you want a hanging piece, make holes and use string for hanging. You can try multiple levels if you want.

Wall decorations and signs

Create a personalized rustic wall decoration with wooden discs: My favorite craft here are wooden disc panels, two of which make a statement in every room. You can leave the slices as they are just stained or color-blocked, or even create different patterns. Another idea is to take discs and use them as a canvas for painting birds or other stuff. Wooden discs are great for making various signs. Just paint or whiteboard something on it, then use chalk to write and draw.

Kitchen utensils and stands

Slices can be turned into coasters, chargers, cutting boards, trays, cupcake and cake stands, various holders and coasters, whatever you want. Color the disk, paint it, write something on it, or burn wood, the possibilities are endless. You can also use wooden discs to display centerpieces or just put candles on top of them.

Other ideas

Wood discs can be used for more arts and crafts, anything that comes to mind: boot racks, mirror frames, wooden magnets, vase and planter covers, cell phones for a kindergarten, and so on. Get inspired!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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