If you are a chocolate fan like I am, you will appreciate the fact that it is always a good time to indulge in some decadent gluten free chocolate desserts. There is just something about the way chocolate tastes when it hits your tongue that instantly makes you feel better. Each one of these delicious chocolate recipes will knock your socks off with how good they are!
I recommend trying several of them and can’t wait to hear what you think! You feel almost sinful when you sink your teeth into these gluten free chocolate recipes. If you love dessert as much as we do, don't forget to check out all of my delicious gluten free dessert recipes.
I enjoy entertaining friends and family and at the end of our meal breaking out a chocolate treat that everyone loves. I can’t lie, it feels good when everyone is asking me for my recipes! Each one of these desserts has been made by me, and they are tried and true. I love them, my family loves them, and even my friends love them.
Shopping for gluten free food is so much easier when you have time to plan ahead a little. Plus, if you are just starting there is a little bit of a learning curve. I have made a couple of guides to help you with shopping, and it won’t be so overwhelming. Gluten Free Costco Shopping Guide and The Ultimate Walmart Gluten Free Shopping Guide are full of very useful information.
And definitely check out some of my popular Valentine's Day Desserts if you want even more fun recipe ideas.
Here Are a Few Tips When Cooking With Chocolate:
- I find that the easiest way to melt chocolate is in a double boiler. If you don’t have a double boiler you can put water in a saucepan and begin to boil, then place a glass bowl on top of the pan. Place the chocolate inside and continuously stir until melted. It can burn quickly if you aren’t careful.
- Never add a cold liquid like milk or butter to melted chocolate. If you add cold to the hot chocolate, it will cause it to seize, which results in a clumpy mess that is grainy and not too appetizing. Once in a while, you can save seized chocolate, but it doesn’t always work.
- Chocolate is also great for drizzling onto desserts. Just melt in the microwave at 10-second intervals and stir.
What are the best kinds of chocolate for baking?
There are many good kinds of chocolate for baking. I love to use dark chocolate or semi-sweet chocolate in my recipes. If you are looking for melting chocolate, Ghirardelli melting wafers are one of my favorites. They melt really smoothly.
Which Ghirardelli chocolates are gluten free?
All of Ghirardelli chocolate is gluten free with the exception of their crisp bars.
Are there dairy-free allergy-friendly chocolates that work in desserts?
Enjoy Life brand makes wonderful chocolate chips that are free of the Top 8 allergens. They taste delicious and you will never know they are dairy-free.
Is baker's chocolate gluten free?
Baker's chocolate is gluten free. Just note that Baker's chocolate is not sweetened. My son found out the hard way by grabbing a piece and biting into it :-).
Can you recommend a sugar-free chocolate brand?
Lily's makes a delicious gluten free and sugar-free chocolate. Their chocolate bars and chocolate chips are both very easy to use.
Gluten Free Chocolate Recipes:
What are your favorite ways to enjoy chocolate? For me, I love that deep dark chocolate flavor. All of these Gluten Free Chocolate Recipes are bursting with chocolate...try a few and let me know which you like best!
If you are new to gluten free, you may like an article I wrote for beginners about Gluten Free Living.
I hope you find some inspiration from these delicious gluten free chocolate desserts :-).