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10 Sweet Gluten Free Dessert Recipes

Whether you have family with celiac disease or just aren’t sure about your guests, it’s smart to keep some gluten free dessert recipes on hand. See how these easy recipes will be enjoyed by all!

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Gluten Free Dessert Recipes

All of these gluten free desserts are quick and easy to make. And more importantly, they’re all so delicious that even gluten-eaters will enjoy them.

Occasionally, people who don’t eat gluten-free worry that GF foods will taste different or “weird.” But I’ve found that all 7 of these recipes pass muster!

Do I need special ingredients to make these gluten free dessert recipes?

Not for these easy dessert recipes! For most, it’s just a matter of making sure your old fashioned oats are verified gluten-free.

The others just don’t have any flour or gluten products, so they are already naturally gluten-free!

What tools do I need to make gluten free desserts?

Just use my favorite kitchen tools for baking and cooking! I love these cooling racks because they fold down and store easily under my oven. And I’ve had this spoon shaped spatula for years now. It’s the best for scraping batter out of mixing bowls and baking pans.

Can I just buy pre-made gluten free desserts?

Of course you can! But I promise you that these homemade recipes are easy and taste amazing.

However, you can also find gluten-free desserts at bakeries and grocery stores near you. You can even order online and have them come right to your door before company arrives!

Gluten Free Dessert Recipes

Deliciously easy gluten free desserts that everyone will enjoy!

Looking for more easy GF dessert recipes?

These recipes DO have gluten in them, but can easily be made gluten-free with a simple substitution:

Homemade Peach Cobbler (replace the 2 Tbsp flour with GF flour)
M&M Cake Mix Cookie Bars (use a gluten-free cake mix)
Mice Krispie Treats (make sure the candies and cereal are GF)
Caramel Apple Dip (just double-check that the toffee bits are GF)
Halloween Pretzel Bites (use GF pretzels and candy)

Gluten free dessert recipes