Your gluten free holidays can be perfect without getting up at dawn to make the perfect breakfast. Make this amazing gluten free cinnamon roll wreath in advance and freeze. Then defrost the night before. Any time of year is perfect to start off a special day with this lovely wreath. The vanilla bean filling is just the icing on the wreath!Continue reading “Gluten Free Cinnamon Roll Wreath with Vanilla Bean”
When you want to impress guests, make this delicious gluten free caramelized onion bacon quiche. Caramelizing the onion provides a richer, sweeter flavor, but if you wish to make a faster version you may do that as well. The filing mixed with its savory custard is decadent, to say the least. This recipe is perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or potluck.Continue reading “Gluten Free Caramelized Onion Bacon Quiche”
Cup4Cup now makes a gluten free multigrain bread mix that contains very little white refined starch, in this case, tapioca flour. All of the other flours are made of whole grains such as oat, millet, sorghum, buckwheat, teff, as well as flax seed meal. The great thing about this copycat recipe is that you can change whatever you cannot tolerate. Provided are substitutes for oat flour, xanthan gum, and even eggs. This recipe is naturally dairy-free.Continue reading “Cup4Cup Gluten Free Multigrain Bread Mix Copycat Recipe”
Recently, I saw a photo of cornbread and chili and just had to create a gluten free version. While my chili over-powered the flavor of these amazing waffles, I love them, even plain, without syrup. That’s unusual for me. They really are that tasty. Give them a try and see for yourself. Because they contain very little sugar, they’d make a great snack for kids as well as adults. A video is coming on soon showing the crispness of these waffles.
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A healthy way to make pancakes is by replacing the high-starch content of gluten free flour blends with some almond flour. However, to make even healthier pancakes, replace much of the batter with apple. Not only are apples naturally sweet, but they contain moisture and fiber. More importantly, this recipe makes delicious gluten free apple pancakes. Dust with cinnamon and cover with pure maple syrup or powdered sugar.Continue reading “Gluten Free Apple Pancakes Using Carla’s Almond Flour Blend Recipe”
Learn to make yogurt that is creamier than you can buy in the stores, which you can make sugar-free, refined-sugar-free, or using the sweeteners of your choosing. You can even make lactose-free yogurt as I did, pictured above. Read how easy it all is to do! See Notes section to make Greek Yogurt.Continue reading “Yogurt Recipe (Lactose-Free, Dairy-Free, Traditional, Custard, or Greek)”
When you want to serve something sweet for breakfast but no unhealthy, make these delicious gluten free breakfast muffins. You can change up the flavors and add-ins to meet your tastes. As pictured, you’ll find a cinnamon-raisin version. However, you can blueberries or chopped apples with a little almond extract to mix things up a bit. You can even replace the maple syrup with your favorite sweetener. No mixer needed for less cleanup. Have fun and enjoy. The flavor is spectacular!Continue reading “Breakfast Muffins Using Flour Farms Gluten Free Flour Blend”
No Coconut – Not Eggy-Tasting – 1 Net Carb Per Slice!
Without the use of a ton of eggs, you can make this gluten free nut free low carb bread in your oven or bread machine with a gluten-free setting. The texture is spongy with a wonderful nutty flavor. Unlike most eggy-tasting keto and low-car breads, this bread is free of nuts and coconut and may also be made completely allergen-free. A nut-free, yet nutty-tasting, low-carb gluten-free bread with 1 net carb (6.6 g carbs + 5.6 g fiber) (compared to above 30 g for traditional gluten free bread) and 102 calories per slice when using butter. Without the use of a ton of eggs (or none), you can make this gluten free low-carb nut-free bread in your oven or bread machine with a gluten-free setting. The texture is spongy with a wonderful nutty flavor. Unlike most eggy-tasting keto and low-car breads, this bread is free of nuts and coconut and may also be made completely allergen-free.
A member requested I create this bread for a family member who is diabetic and allergic to nuts, and loves bread. Are you a member with a recipe request? Email me.
Below the recipe, you will find all of the nutritional facts for each slice.Continue reading “Nut Free Low Carb Bread (Gluten Free)”
These allergen-free apple oat bars are so good! If you have not-so-good apples lying around, this is a perfect way to use them. Their chewy texture and maple flavor compliment the oats and apple perfectly. Since they contain no refined sugar or white starch like tapioca, potato starch, etc., you can feel good about serving them to kids. Plus, they contain added protein. They will be enjoyed by all.Continue reading “Sweet & Chewy Apple Oat Bars (Allergen-Free)”
Do you absolutely love cinnamon rolls? Well, you can improve the presentation with this gluten free cinnamon roll bundt cake. Not only does it look amazing, but the texture is just like traditional cinnamon rolls, tender with the perfect balance of cinnamon filling and glaze. Actually, they are so good, you may just not wait to add the glaze. Enjoy!Continue reading “Gluten Free Cinnamon Roll Bundt Cake”