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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It is so easy to make homemade mozzarella cheese! You’ll be extremely surprised how fast too, just 20 minutes! There aren’t any scary temperatures to worry about or special tools needed either. You can also control the amount of fat and salt. Check out the recipe below to see for yourself.
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While Gluten Free Pastry Cream Using Egg Yolks is richer and smoother, this gluten free pastry cream using whole eggs is much thicker. It tastes much like vanilla pudding, but without that flour texture. Use as a filling or to make German Buttercream. Continue reading “Gluten Free Pastry Cream Whole Eggs”
When I was at my daughter’s house babysitting recently, she purchased some Simple Mills Gluten Free Pancake Mix. I thought I’d give it a try and was bowled over with how delicious they turned out. If you know me, I just had to create a recipe for everyone to make them at home to save money; and that I did! They turned out just as delicious too! This mix may be used to meet other baking needs besides pancakes. Try using it in recipes usually calling for Bisquick. Continue reading “Simple Mills Pancake Mix Copycat Recipe”
Popular in the Mid-West and South United States, creamed corn is a staple on menus. This southern-style gluten free creamed corn recipe is not only delicious but will convert many skeptics. Continue reading “Gluten Free Creamed Corn Recipe – Southern Style”
Looking for a flaky yet crunchy gluten free tart crust that can withstand the moistest fillings and not become soggy? Look no further. This is the crust for you! Once cooled, this tart crust is crunchy, much like a crunchy cookie. Simply put, it is a flavorful, sweet, crunchy crust. There is no evidence that your dessert is gluten free. Continue reading “Gluten Free Tart Crust – Sweet & Crunchy”
Yesterday, not knowing I’d need full-fat yogurt for a recipe I was making today, sparked the need to create a homemade dairy free yogurt recipe. This is a substitute recipe, not actually fermented yogurt. The results? Wow! It is the richest, creamiest yogurt that I have ever had! I used full-fat coconut milk and it was so easy and fast to make. Watch the video! Continue reading “Dairy-Free Yogurt Substitute Recipe – Yeast-Free – Helps Digestive Issues”
There is nothing better than my Traditional Gluten Free English Muffins Recipe other than this gluten free cinnamon raisin English muffins recipe! They make wonderful sandwiches for breakfast or lunch or serve them toasted (or not) with your favorite topping. My favorites are plain butter as well as cream cheese and jam. What will you use? Continue reading “Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin English Muffins (Oat or Sorghum)”
This gluten free red wine pasta contains some of the ingredients found in basil pesto. You’ll discover one little hack that will add flavor as well as save you preparation and clean up time. This dish is easy to make in less than 30minutes.
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If you’re looking for a healthy gluten free dairy free snack, try chia coconut pudding. You can make the pudding sugar free if desired. Use your favorite sweetener. If you’re not dairy-free, you can even layer it with some Greek yogurt. However, dairy-free yogurt is also a good treat. Making chia coconut pudding takes less than five minutes. It’s that easy! Continue reading “Chia Coconut Pudding (Dairy-Free Sugar-Free)”