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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The one thing that restaurants don’t usually do is use enough eggs in their French toast to make it a nutritious breakfast. Some people don’t like it too eggy. However, there are things you can do to have your french toast nutritious and taste great too. Learn how to make this easy gluten free baked french toast.
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While there is already a true Gluten Free Buttermilk Biscuits Recipe on this site, if you’d rather use organic or other shortening, make this Gluten Free Powdered Buttermilk Biscuit Recipe. They’re delicious!
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I had about one cup of leftover riced potatoes from making Gluten Free Dairy-Free Blueberry Rolls. So, I used them up by making these easy gluten free potato pancakes. You can serve them as a side with dinner, with dinner, with soup for lunch, or for breakfast. Enjoy!
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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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With just the right amount of orange flavor, these rolls will make your dinner perfect. You can pair them with just about anything from sweet to savory. They would pair perfectly with ham, pork, chicken, or other poultry. You can definitely serve these gluten free orange buttermilk rolls for breakfast or with chicken salad for lunch. Even peanut butter and jelly! Serve warm. My daughter wanted honey butter.
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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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So easy to make, these similar to cream biscuits are actually gluten free dairy free biscuits. They are the perfect texture. It’s hard to believe their dairy-free. Just combine the dry mix with the two liquid ingredients and rest the dough. Then, in less than five minutes you’re ready to bake yourself some biscuits! A just-like-egg substitute is listed for those who may need it. The only allergen this recipe includes is coconut, without any coconut flavor.
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When almond milk is preferable over cow’s milk, reach for this recipe for gluten free dairy free pancakes. You don’t need buttermilk to make fluffy pancakes. Learn the keys to making these pancakes without dairy.
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Want to increase protein and reduce carbs in your pancakes? Do you enjoy blintz but want an easier version? Making these gluten free cottage cheese pancakes is a great way to achieve both. You can use fat-free to full-fat cottage cheese, omit oil completely, and omit sweeteners. You can top them with your favorite gluten free pancake syrup or pureed fruit.
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