Gluten free desserts don’t have to be boring, in fact they can be just as good if not better than your favourite treats.

We’ve pulled together 5 of our favourite gluten free recipes, sure to get your mouth watering and you hankering to get in the kitchen!

Lemon Bars

How delicious do these look? The delicious shortbread crust works perfectly with the tangy and delectable topping. Perfect with a cup of tea, sweet and tart at the same time, it’s a delcious snack and one we’re sure everyone at Tea Biscuit can agree with!

Gluten free lemon squares
 

Gluten Free Chocolate Brownies

Moist and chewy, these gluten free chocolate brownies by Your Homebased Mom will have you begging for more! A mix of semi-sweet and milk chocolate chips, it’s just divine. You can cut them up and freeze them too (if you have any left!)

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Triple Peanut Butter Bars

These healthy no bake triple peanut butter bars are the perfect treat or dessert for the peanut butter lovers of the world.  There’s even two versions – one for gluten free and one for vegan! Oh, and ready in under 20 minutes too. Get in my belly thanks to Big Man’s World!!

Gluten free Triple-Peanut-Butter-Bars

 

Monster Cookie Bars

These can’t be gluten free surely? Thanks to Barefoot in the Kitchen for this delicious take on the legendary Monster Bars, so quick, delicious and really easy to make. Check them out!
Note: M&M may contain gluten depending on your location so please use an alternative if needed.

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Gluten Free Fudge

Gluten free, vegan and delicious does it get much better than this fudge?  Peachy Palate have come up with this brilliant fudge that’ll have you licking your lips and going back for more.  Resistance is futile!

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Do you have any gluten free recipes you would like to share? Submit them via the “submit recipe” tab above, we would love to hear from you!

4 Comments

  1. For those looking at the Monster Cookies Bars please be aware that the M & M’s produced here in Australia are NOT gluten free.

    • You are right. This is disappointing. I am constantly trying to find a decent slice recipe but so many of them have ingredients that have to be substituted, like the M & Ms, or are impossible, like the oats. The lemon slice looked interesting but when I went to the site my antivirus warned me about Malware, so I guess I’ll just move on.

    • Bronwen Urban Reply

      You can buy gluten free oats. the reason they are prohibited is because most oats are milled in factories that mill other flours containing and they risk cross contamination. They just have to be milled in an environment separate to where other flours are milled. bobs red mill old fashioned oats are produced in a dedicated wheat free facility and tested to ensure the absence of wheat.

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