With all of the health benefits of millet, along with its creaminess, it surely makes a wonderful gluten free hot cereal. Cream of millet is surprisingly a favorite in the creamed cereal category, once you try it and flavor it properly. It makes a great cream of wheat substitute. You may prefer it over even over oat meal.
This recipe is a perfect way to use leftover millet flour or grind your own millet grains.
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Fast to mix up and easy to handle dough, this gluten free dairy free lefse is truly a treat. The dough’s richness is the key to this flatbread. Roll thin to use as wraps or tortillas and roll thick for flatbread to cook on a pizza stone. Included are also dairy substitutions as well as an entirely different recipe.
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When the craving for buffalo wings strikes and you have no chicken wings on hand, make this amazing gluten free buffalo cornbread instead. Its cake-like texture makes it a great snack or dessert as well as a side dish with your main meal. I’m thinking of serving them with chili, chicken, pork chops, and more. No mixer needed. Enjoy! We are absolutely addicted to these! (And I’m not usually a big cornbread fan.)
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Jody, one of my blog readers, requested assistance converting her recently deceased mother’s rolls recipe, which has been in the family for ages, to gluten free. While you can use a variety of flours and starches to make this recipe, they all should turn out soft and fluffy. Enjoy! Watch the Video!
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Now is the time to boost your immune system to fight off this viruses. Antioxidant-rich ingredients like ginger and coconut oil are the perfect way to achieve this. You can even add some turmeric to this rice not only for color but to fight inflammation. Topping with chopped pecans will also provide a boost in antioxidants.
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With the texture of traditional cinnamon rolls, these gluten free blueberry rolls are a delight. Did I mention that this amazing texture is also dairy free? I hate to retire now that I can finally achieve such amazing results. You can even make them egg-free and vegan!
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For a super-flavorful gluten free chicken stew, make this recipe. It has all of the flavor of mushrooms without the actual mushrooms. However, you can use fresh mushrooms if you wish. Some people dislike the texture of mushrooms. Meanwhile, you’ll absolutely love this chicken stew. I’ll be adding this recipe to my regular recipe rotation of gluten free dinner meals.
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Popular first in the St. Louis area, and now around the country, the gluten free version of Ooey Gooey Butter Cake is now a thing. I never thought I would enjoy something so sweet, but I love it more than cookie dough! This dessert has a chewy crust at the bottom with chewy crisp edges that everyone will fight over. There is a thin crust on the top and the cream cheese filling is gooey, and a bit like cheesecake but a little softer and sweeter. It’s a rich dessert, but it’s so scrumptious, that it’s hard to stop at one piece.
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You know how almost every restaurant now adds either a batter or flour to their French fries? Well you can make crispy gluten free breakfast potatoes with the same texture, but without a lot of oil. Instead of deep-frying the potatoes, you simply fry them. They turn out delicious, too!
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Blackout cake, also called Brooklyn Blackout cake, consists of chocolate cake, filled with chocolate pudding, and topped with chocolate cake crumbs. My take on the cake is a little bit different in that this gluten free chocolate blackout cake is not topped with cake crumbs. Instead, crumbs are only placed on the sides and the cake is topped with a little chocolate ganache. Instead of vanilla pudding, this cake is filled with chocolate pastry cream. It’s divine and perfect for Valentine’s Day with plenty of leftovers to consume or freeze.
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