Gluten Free Sorghum Flour Bread Video

My latest Gluten Free Sorghum Flour Bread Recipe turned out pretty incredible! It is free of many ingredients including dairy, nuts, soy, rice, tapioca, corn, and oats. Its high rise, lightweight, and moist dough make the perfect sandwich bread. Check out the texture for yourself in the below video.

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Gluten Free Banana Chiffon Cake Video

The problem with making a banana chiffon cake is that for it to contain a lot of banana flavor you would have to use two bananas. This causes a problem because the banana makes it too heavy. When it is heavy, you cannot allow it to cool upside down, as it should. Instead of being light and fluffy, it turns out dense and rubbery. In this gluten free banana chiffon cake recipe, it contains a lot of banana flavor both in cake and glaze. It’s simply irresistible as you can see in the video.

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Gluten-Free Chocolate Banana Bread Video (Dairy-Free or Dairy)

Check out the texture of my latest creation, a spin-off of my famous Gluten Free Banana Bread Recipe, which was named the best banana bread my gluten free cookbook recipe testers. The combination of chocolate and banana are enhanced further by the addition of chocolate chips and nuts. The chocolate banana bread in the video depicts a dairy free version. A dairy version will turn out even better, and a little more tender. Enjoy!

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Gluten-Free Dairy-Free French Bread Video

If you haven’t checked out the texture of this gluten free dairy free French bread yet, do so now. The video below shows you up close how much this bread resembles gluten French bread. So many gluten free French bread recipes call for tapioca. Tapioca is usually used because it is known for its chewy texture and high rise.

However, you want French bread to be chewy, but not gummy like tapioca creates. A little tapioca flour goes a long way. I did not use any tapioca flour in this recipe and it turned out so well. I can’t believe that I was able to achieve this texture without dairy! I can’t wait to make this for my gluten-eating guests! They won’t believe it’s gluten free and neither will you!

This bread is awesome with a burger!

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Gluten Free Brown Rice & Oat Bread Video (or Sorghum)

Check out the texture of this airy, soft Gluten Free Brown Rice and Oat Bread that you can make in a bread machine or an oven. It’s my new favorite bread! You can easily substitute the oat flour with sorghum flour with one simple change. Get the full recipe here.

Not into airy bread? With one change you can make it more structured so it doesn’t bend as easily.

How to Cool Chiffon Cake (or Angel Food Cake) Upside Down

This is one of two videos about my Gluten Free Chocolate Chiffon Cake. I first showed a photo of the batter on social media (Facebook and Instagram) the day I made this cake, two days after I made the Gluten Free Vanilla, Lemon, or Almond Chiffon Cake. Then, I showed you the texture of this cake in this video. In the video below, I show you how to cool chiffon cake upside down so that it doesn’t fall or collapse. I hope this helps you. See below for alternative methods.

Alternative Cooling Methods:

If you don’t have a bottle with a long neck, you can use a large funnel or a small ramekins. When using the ramekin, just place the center of the tube inside the ramekin.

Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Chocolate Chiffon Cake Video

Recently, I made a vanilla Gluten Free Dairy Free Chiffon Cake. (You can check out the texture in a video here.) I fell in love! So, now that I have made this Gluten Free Dairy Free Chocolate Chiffon Cake and enjoy it even it more, I don’t know how to describe it other than amazing! It’s not just the chiffon cake with all of those eggs, but it’s the chocolate ganache topping (dairy or dairy-free) and the chocolate whipped cream. Together, this cake is over the top without being too rich to enjoy.

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