Gluten-Free Banana Oat Pancakes (Free of Allergens, Sugar, Gum, and Added Starch)

Gluten Free Sugar-Free Egg-Free Banana Oat Pancakes

Without the use of eggs, sugar, dairy, gum, nuts, or added starch (like tapioca, potato starch, cornstarch, or arrowroot), you can easily make these delicious gluten free banana oat pancakes. The pancakes are made using healthy ingredients. Oat flour is a much better choice being that it contains the largest amount of protein out of all of the gluten free flours besides ground nuts. Without the use of starch, they are truly packed with protein! Continue reading “Gluten-Free Banana Oat Pancakes (Free of Allergens, Sugar, Gum, and Added Starch)”

Gluten Free Oat Muffin Mug Recipe (or Sorghum) Allergen-Free, Sugar-Free & Low-Histamine

Gluten Free Dairy Free Oat Muffin Mug Recipe

Without the use of added starch, gum, dairy, or egg, this gluten free oat muffin mug recipe tastes amazing! You can even make this sugar-free (see photo)! You would have never guessed that it was made in a microwave. Most microwaved mug cakes and muffins are quite gummy. Not this one! Make it in a number of various flavors and add whatever you wish from nuts to seeds and raisins to other dried fruit. Chopped chocolate or fresh apples or berries are also a wonderful option. Have fun and be creative! Continue reading “Gluten Free Oat Muffin Mug Recipe (or Sorghum) Allergen-Free, Sugar-Free & Low-Histamine”

Gluten Free Double Chocolate Cherry Bombs (Dairy & Egg-Free)

Gluten Free Egg Free Double Chocolate Cherry Bombs (Dairy Free)

Perfect for Father’s Day (most Dad’s love cherry), these gluten free double chocolate cherry bombs will be a huge hit! With their quick bread texture (similar in weight and texture to banana bread), everyone will enjoy these treasures. Make dairy free or with dairy. Use a commercially packaged gluten free flour that contains dairy or Carla’s all-purpose gluten free flour blend recipe for dairy-free. Continue reading “Gluten Free Double Chocolate Cherry Bombs (Dairy & Egg-Free)”

Easy Fat-Free Gluten-Free Marinara Sauce (Smokey and Sugar-Free Options)

Easy Gluten Free Marinara Sauce and Meatballs

I believe in cooking with what you have on hand. That is how this easy gluten free marinara sauce was born. That coupled with the need to throw something together quickly while I tended to other tasks makes this recipe a breeze. Despite all of the shortcuts, this easy marina sauce is flavorful. Add a smokey flavor if desired. The smokey flavor goes well with chicken and pork. Continue reading “Easy Fat-Free Gluten-Free Marinara Sauce (Smokey and Sugar-Free Options)”

Gluten Free Apple Crumb Coffee Cake

Gluten Free Apple Coffee Cake with Cinnamon Streusel Topping

While staying at the all-inclusive Hyatt Zilara in Cancun, Mexico last week, their bakery served these little gluten free apple coffee cakes with streusel topping. I absolutely fell in love with them! It was so nice to have a few gluten free treats. I created a duplicate recipe for you. Of course, I made the lower-fat version after indulging so much on vacation. In the cake, I used mainly dairy-free margarine and non-fat Greek yogurt instead of butter and sour cream. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Apple Crumb Coffee Cake”

Gluten Free Southern Pecan Pound Cake – Bundt Cake (Low-Fat or Not)

Gluten Free Pecan Pound Cake

This wonderful southern pecan pound cake is made less fattening by two simple changes without sacrificing on moisture and flavor. Of course, you can make the full-fat version as well. I made it low dairy, but you can make it completely dairy free without using hard to find ingredients. My gluten-eating neighbor gave it a smiley face, three hand claps, and a thumbs up. We both don’t care for super sweet cake, but I have given you a sweeter choice as well. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Southern Pecan Pound Cake – Bundt Cake (Low-Fat or Not)”

Gluten Free Banana Mug Cake (Nuts & Chocolate Chips Optional)

Gluten Free Banana Nut Mug Cake

I believe I have found the secret to making gluten free mug cakes (cakes cooked in the microwave in a mug)! Mug cakes, even when made with gluten can be gummy, or worse, overcooked and dry. However, this recipe turned out perfectly as you can see in the photo. Using two key ingredients and adjusting the cooking method creates a texture just like your favorite baked banana bread. A must make! Continue reading “Gluten Free Banana Mug Cake (Nuts & Chocolate Chips Optional)”

Gluten Free Sorghum Tortillas Recipe (No Added Starch and Gum-Free Option)

Gluten Free Sorghum Flour Tortillas

This jowar roti recipe (Indian Sorghum Tortillas or Flatbread) recipe is incredibly easy to make, may be made gum-free, and contains no added starch. You may have already tried my similar recipe, Gluten Free Oat Tortillas as well as watched the video. This sorghum recipe only requires one simple change. I know that a few people with celiac disease are also oat intolerant and would appreciate an alternative to the oat tortillas. Now, I have provided you with the exact amounts of water to use. (I also updated the oat tortilla recipe so that you have it there as well.) You can use a tortilla press, rolling pin, or your hands to make them. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Sorghum Tortillas Recipe (No Added Starch and Gum-Free Option)”

Copycat Jovial Whole Grain Gluten Free Pastry Flour No. 04 (Gum-Free Option)

Whole Grain Gluten Free Pastry Flour Blend

A few months ago, I created a Copycat Jovial Ancient Grain Gluten Free Pastry Flour No. 03 recipe. However, there are many more health benefits to whole grains as well as added flavor. This new whole grain gluten free pastry flour blend is free of added starch such as potato, tapioca, arrowroot, rice and cornstarch; inexpensive to make, and can be made even healthier by following my tips. You can make it even less expensive by using the cheapest of the whole grains. I also provide a gum-free substitute.
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