I am so excited about sharing with you the details about Flour Farm Gluten Free Flour Blend! Whatever your reason for going gluten free, you want to be healthy. Using the lowest carb gluten free flour blend is a start. Learn more about Flour Farms. They make a gluten-free flour blend that you can use for multiple purposes. The next best thing about this flour is the flavor and added nutrition. I tested this flour blend in two recipes to learn more about its characteristics. I share it all with you below. You can even learn about gluten free baking in general. Read on to learn more and enter the giveaway for a chance to win 1 of 10 bags of flour.
When I was at my daughter’s house babysitting recently, she purchased some Simple Mills Gluten Free Pancake Mix. I thought I’d give it a try and was bowled over with how delicious they turned out. If you know me, I just had to create a recipe for everyone to make them at home to save money; and that I did! They turned out just as delicious too! This mix may be used to meet other baking needs besides pancakes. Try using it in recipes usually calling for Bisquick. Continue reading “Simple Mills Pancake Mix Copycat Recipe”
Simple Kneads bakes up gluten free sourdough-based sandwich bread the day they are shipped to your door. It’s completely void of the top eight allergens, including gluten. They do not contain any white-refined starch such as tapioca, corn, or potato. However, they are full of wonderful ancient and whole grains. Their breads don’t even contain gum such as xanthan and guar. Instead, they use psyllium husk powder to provide structure and hold the ingredients together, providing tons of moisture, which allows a longer shelf life. Speaking of shelf life, they use natural preservatives such as raisin juice concentrate. Check out my video, review, and a wonderful giveaway all sponsored by Simple Kneads. This giveaway has ended.Continue reading “Simple Kneads Gluten Free Sourdough Bread Review and Giveaway (Allergen and Gum-Free – No-Starch-Added)”
I am so excited about the new Ryze Gluten Free Flour Mixes! They make two allergen-free gluten-free flour mixes that you can use for multiple purposes. One unique thing about these flours is that they do not contain any white starch such as tapioca, potato, arrowroot, or cornstarch or gum such as xanthan, guar, arabic, locust bean, or tara. I tested them both and share my results with you. I also created two recipes, one for each mix and share those with you as well. Continue reading “Ryze Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour Without White Starch or Gum Review”
Food coloring is usually gluten free, but after reading an article about one person having a gluten reaction to a yellow food coloring that was confirmed to contain gluten, I always purchase brands labeled or sold as gluten free.
Food coloring comes in a few varieties such as powdered, liquid, and gel/paste. I don’t use any commercial brand of powdered coloring, but I explain all of the others available that I know are gluten free and safe for anyone to use. I even explain how to make your own at home. Continue reading “Gluten Free Food Coloring Brands and Homemade”
Enjoy fried or poached eggs? You must try this recipe! With all of the toppings I could have on pizza, besides some cheese, I chose spinach and mushrooms for this gluten free breakfast pizza. Then I topped it with eggs to pack on the protein. When the egg yolks break, it provides you with breakfast pizza sauce. Start your day off with this treat. It’s delicious! Continue reading “Thin Crust Gluten Free Breakfast Pizza”
If you’re a regular reader, you’ve probably seen me list NuStevia by NuNaturals, as a brand of stevia I use often in many of my sugar-free recipes. It’s because it is one of the few brands that doesn’t have that bitter taste like most brands. NuNaturals recently released some new products that I absolutely love, NuStevia Cocoa Syrup and Mint Cocoa Syrup. They are giving away those, plus much more to four winners in this amazing giveaway! – a total of almost $230 in prizes! – plus each winner gets a surprise gift! By the way, their products are, of course, gluten free. THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED.
I am pleased to announce that the 2014 – 2015 cookie season includes two gluten free offerings. The cookies are part of a pilot program and are only available through participating councils while supplies last.
Gluten Free Trios Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies
The Girl Scouts have two separate companies that do their baking for them. The one I was fortunate to purchase is the their Trios Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies, which is made by ABC Smart Cookies. Most gluten free cookies contain tapioca, to which I am allergic. Lucky for me, these are free of tapioca as well as other starches. The cookies are certified by the Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO), made in a dedicated gluten free facility and are free of artificial ingredients and corn syrup. Continue reading “Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies 2015 Review”