Elvis would have loved this is peanutbutter and banana coffee cake topped with crispy bacon and peanut butter glaze. This delicious fusion of salty and sweet flavors is the best use of overripe bananas imaginable. A little bacon goes a long way in this reinvented Elvis fave that gets its name from the peanut butter, bacon and banana sandwiches that The King reportedly loved so much. The peanut butter and bananas in the recipe make this recipe better option than most coffee cakes.
2. Apple Walnut Upside Down Cake
Who would have thought that a humble pancake mix could create such a tasty gluten free dessert. This cake is perfectly delicious just the way it is but if you've got a few extra calories to spare you could always top it off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
3. Gluten Free Chocolate Crumb Cake
This lighter chocolate crumb is cake is the perfect choice to bring to your next potluck or outing. It's topped with a delicious chocolate crumb layer instead of the usual frosting so there's less mess when serving this one at the picnic. The cake is very easy to throw together and transport since it's baked and served in the same disposable pan. Gluten free Bisquick makes it effortless to throw this together without the usual fuss involved in gluten free baking. Everyone is sure to love this fun chocolate crumb cake.
4. Gluten Free Orange Marmalade Cheesecake Bars
These Orange Marmalade Cheesecake Bars embody the sunny flavors of springtime. Orange Marmalade makes it simple to infuse these lighter cheesecake bars with a bright citrus flavor. Cheesecake can be pretty fattening. My original recipe called for 24 oz of full fat cream cheese totaling 2400 calories alone. With a few simple substitutions I've managed to cut that number in half. To make it easier, the crust is made with store-bought gluten free shortbread cookies. No one will ever guess that these orange cheesecake bars have been slimmed down when they're enjoying this luscious lighter treat.
5. World's Easiest Gluten-Free Cookie
Learn how to make the world's easiest and most delicious gluten free cookies.
6. Gluten-Free Mini Mochi Cakes
These delicious mini cakes are inspired by Maya Adam's son and his intolerance to gluten. Made with vanilla essence, coconut milk, and sweet white riceflour, these mini mochi cakes are a perfect snack to share with your family without worrying about gluten. Watch more of Maya's Grokker Premium videos to learn simple tricks and tips.
7. Cherry Clafouti
Chocolate and cherries, need we say more? This summer-time French dessert is an absolutely perfect reason to celebrate cherry season. This dish is like two pancakes stuck together with milk chocolate and cherry halves. When you take it out of the oven, the cherries pop through the cakey top for a unique presentation. Cherry season is short, so don't miss out!
8. Strawberry Almond Cake
You might think it's complicated and time-consuming to bake from scratch, Maya Adam shows you how simple and easy it is to bake this deliciousalmond cake packed with vitamin e and filled with tons of healthy oils from the almonds. This Grokker Premium video is yet another gluten-free recipe that will impress your guests.
9. Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
Looking for a summer dessert that is fresh and perfect for children? This simple recipe with four ingredients is easy to make and quick to serve. Maya Adam share how to elevate strawberries by dipping them in a buttery, honey-flavored chocolate coating in this Grokker Premium video.
10. Gluten-Free Graham Cracker Crusted Ricotta Cake
The fastest cake you'll ever make! Check out this simple, healthy, and delicious dessert that you can whip up when you're in a hurry. This yummy ricotta cake is gluten-free, and full of calcium and protein, but tastes a bit like a traditional cheese cake, so it's a perfect healthy alternative for kids! Join Maya Adam as she shares her special dessert recipe in this Grokker Premium video.