Carol Fenster was my mentor when I first began this website. Using one of her cookbooks as a reference, I learned much about developing my own gluten free recipes. This gluten free cheddar cheese quick bread recipe is just one example from her latest cookbook, Gluten-Free Cooking For Two: 125 Favorites (April 2017). My husband and I loved this bread and I’m sure you will too. Continue reading “Gluten Free Cheddar Cheese Quick Bread (Dairy-Free Options)”
You’ll find that whole grains are trending in the finest of restaurants nowadays. Impress your family or guest by whipping up this delicious whole grain sorghum salad recipe with little effort.
Sorghum grains contain more antioxidants than most other grains and may help you manage cholesterol levels, prevent or help diabetes and dark sorghum (more than light) may control the growth of cancerous tumors. It provides you with plenty of fiber and some protein. Learn more at Whole Grain Council. Continue reading “Gluten Free Sorghum Salad”
From Carol Fenster’s latest cookbook, 100 Best Quick Gluten-Free Recipes (2014), I present this amazingly easy gluten free microwave muffin recipe. It’s teh perfect quick dessert for four, or portion down for one. This would be an excellent quick breakfast that you could even prepare most of the ingredients the night before. It is made without table sugar, just molasses. Quick, easy and healthy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Microwave Muffin in a Mug”
It’s time to shine the spotlight on another gluten-free author, actually two, Donna Washburn and Heather Butt, the authors of yet another gluten-free cookbook, Easy Everyday Gluten-Free Cooking. Today, I present their Mediterranean-style topping for gluten-free focaccia. Stay tuned in tomorrow for another recipe from this wonderful cookbook, followed by yet another recipe, and a review and giveaway of this cookbook. It’s 4 days of celebration! Meanwhile, enjoy their gluten-free focaccia recipe. Continue reading “Gluten Free Focaccia Mediterranean-Style”
Gluten free pizza crust usually contains many more carbs than traditional pizza crust. Joy Bauer discovered a way around this vicious circle, using chicken breasts as a crust. I once considered using egg and ground beef as a crust, but chicken is so much more healthier, as well as aesthetic in appearance. You could even make mini versions and serve them as appetizers. For dairy-free dieters, use Daiya vegan cheese (contains soy). Enjoy! Continue reading “Low-Carb Gluten Free Pizza with Chicken Breast Crust”
On Day 30, the final day of the KITCHENAID Mixer Giveaway and Authors’ Gluten-Free RecipesEvent, Ten Speed Press presents a wonderful recipe for gluten-free sweet pecan bread from The Joy of Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Bakingby Peter Reinhart and Denene Wallace. Though this recipe is sugar-free, you may use sugar, if desired. It is a quick-bread, as no yeast is use, and is dairy-free, though you may use cow’s milk, if desired. The best part about this recipe, putting aside its wonderful flavors, is that it is low-glycemic. It virtually has no carbs, with its nut flour base. With so many celiacs, as well as Americans, in general with diabetes, or borderline diabetes, this delicious recipe is very welcomed. Enjoy! Continue reading “Sweet Pecan Bread (Sugar-Free Gluten-Free)”