I adapted this recipe from a regular wheat flour recipe I’ve been using for years. When I first mastered the Cream Puff, I felt like such a gourmet. But this really is a simple recipe with a very short list of ingredients. It just takes a few steps to get to the finished product; golden brown [...]
I’m out of my favorite Gluten Free Flour Mix again.
Time to get out the heavy artillery.
We ordered this grinder last year, just a couple months after going Gluten Free. We figured that although it was expensive, it would pay for itself over time since GF Flours are not cheap.
We purchased it online at:
We buy our brown [...]
This recipe is adapted to be Gluten Free from the Brownie recipe on the back of a Meijer Chocolate Chips bag. These were my favorite brownies before going GF, and they remain just as good as the original after removing the wheat flour. These are great with a tall glass of cold milk, or as [...]
This is my son’s favorite bread and his younger (gluten tolerant) brother even loves it, too! It’s soft and fluffy and great for folded sandwiches. Try this bread topped with poppy, sesame, or caraway seeds, dried onion or garlic, or all of the above!
Line a 9 x 13 Jelly Roll pan with parchment and lightly dust with rice [...]
A big THANK YOU to Kimberly over at www.glutenfreeislife.com for posting this recipe!! You see, Spawn #2 had been begging for Peanut Butter Blossoms for a while, and complaining that Spawn #1 “gets whatever he wants”! I guess I’ve been spoiling my GF kid too much baking up all kinds of stuff to compensate for all that he isn’t allowed [...]
If you learn to make just one bread to satisfy your cravings, this may be the loaf to master. Great for toast, grilled cheese and peanut butter sandwiches, this loaf also makes awesome french toast. Bake up a couple loaves at a time, pre-slice, and throw one in the freezer. Just be sure to separate [...]
She’s a beauty, ain’t she? Both Gluten and Yeast-free, this loaf is a soda bread, with a slightly grainy texture and a rye flavor. This bread is loaded with good things like quinoa, sorghum and flax. Heat up a pot of soup to go with and enjoy – it won’t take many hearty slices for your belly to feel plenty full!
1/3 cup cold [...]