Three Bakers Whole Grain 5-Seed Bread Copycat Recipe

Three Bakers Whole Grain bread

Without the use of corn dextrin, rice bran, calcium enzymes, and calcium sulfates (like the original recipe), you can make this copycat gluten free whole grain 5-seed bread recipe similar to Three Bakers brand. This bread is flavorful, seedy, and has the texture of sliced sourdough. It also stays fresher longer than traditional gluten free homemade bread.

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Gluten Free Blooming Onion or Petals and Dipping Sauce

Gluten Free Blooming Onion

Wow! Now, this is what I’m talking about! This is much better than my first Gluten Free Bloom’in Onion Recipe. In my earlier recipe, I adapted Chef Rob’s Gluten Free Onion Rings Recipe. This time, I used the spices that I enjoy most without it tasting like a spicy taco. Even the sauce is more on the mild side. I can’t wait to make them again. Don’t miss the Variation in the “Tips” section.

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Gluten Free Lane Cake

Gluten Free Lane Cake

The thick mixture is then combined with bourbon to make a true southern, and specifically, Kentucky cake. However, this gluten free lane cake is just a 2-layer cake, using my Best Gluten Free White Cake, and topped with Swiss Meringue Buttercream. It’s perfect for a Kentucky Derby celebration or just because. In 2020, for the first since 1945 (WWII), the Kentucky Debry is postponed. It will be held September 5, 2020 instead of the first Saturday in May. This cake is so good, I know that I could sell it, especially for a wedding.

Watch the video to check out its texture.

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Easy Gluten Free Snowball Cake (Naturally Colored or Leave White)

Gluten Free Snowball Cake

Remember those pink Hostess Snoballs? They were made of chocolate cake with a creamy and spongy marshmallow filling. That same spongey white filling was on the outside as well. Then, the entire thing was covered in pink coconut. This gluten free snowball cake is made the same but with natural food coloring. You don’t need a special pan to make this delicious cake, just two round cake pans, and a large bowl.

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Homemade Chicken Stock From a Whole Chicken Carcass or Bones

Homemade Chicken Stock

If you’re like me, you may run into a lack of chicken parts at your local stores and you may resort to purchasing a whole chicken. If you do, after you cut up your chicken, don’t throw away that carcass! Make this amazing homemade chicken stock using the leftovers. Also, you can repurpose those overcooked veggies from your stock as well.

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High Protein Gluten Free Bread Recipe Without Nuts

High Protein Gluten Free Bread Recipe

Are you looking for a recipe for high protein gluten free bread? You can achieve high protein bread easily using almond flour as in my previous recipes for Almond Flour Gluten Free Bread. However, if you’d like to avoid nuts or just don’t have any on hand, a healthy alternative is the use of pea protein. If you cannot tolerate pea protein, use brown rice protein instead. This recipe results in a very flavorful bread that isn’t just all starch. Enjoy!

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Caramelized Red Onions with Balsamic Vinegar or Red Wine

Caramelized Red Onions with Balsamic or Red Wine

Using balsamic vinegar, you can make these delicious and sweet caramelized onions though you can use merlot (as I did – as shown) or other red wine. I call my version Merlot Caramelized Onions. It really depends on your tastes and how you will be using them. Use vinegar if you prefer a little tang. It doesn’t have to be balsamic. You can even do a little both and use red wine vinegar. Both versions are great with steak, chicken, or even mixed with vegetables. I would even add a few to top a salad.

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