Bread this delectable is difficult to keep around the house – and makes me grateful that I have my family to share it with. Honestly, this is one of the most delicious gluten-free breads I’ve ever made – you may not be so interested in banana bread after you see how lovely this is. [Read more...]
English muffins are simply the best. These gluten free, vegan English muffins are nutritious and hard to resist fresh out of the oven. Made with a variety of hearty gluten free flours, So Delicious® dairy free coconut milk, coconut oil and nutritious additions of flax and chia seed these are winners!
If you are intimidated with gluten free bread making this recipe is a great place to start. These have both yeast and baking powder in the mixture making for an easy rise. Because they are like miniature loaves there is no fuss with making sure the centers are undercooked or worrying about them flopping.
The slightly sweet aroma that emanates from these muffins is delightful with both the coconut milk and oil. Your kitchen will smell amazing! [Read more...]
Contrary to popular thought, making gluten free bread from scratch can produce a beautiful loaf of bread (that doesn’t take like cardboard). If you have already dabbled with baking gluten free your failures may unfortunately exceed your success stories. Let’s look at some helpful hints on turning those ratios around.
1. Find a recipe that has ingredients you can stand by and enjoy eating. Many gluten free bread mixes and recipes are lacking in the nutrition department. Once you find a recipe you are happy with you can begin to experiment with my suggestions until you get the loaf you are looking for.
I live at high elevation (7,000 ft.) which is already a challenge to baking in and of itself! [Read more...]
English muffins are simply the best, even gluten free. This recipe won’t disappoint you- the muffins aren’t even comparable to the frozen store bought varieties. These gluten free English muffins are easier to make than gluten free bread. They contain baking powder and yeast which makes for an easy rise and a quick cooking treat.
Before you start check out She Sugar’s article:
10 Tips for Successful Gluten Free Bread Making
Finding a really delicious and nutritious gluten free bread has admittedly taken us a while. In this recipe you will find two of my favorite grains, quinoa and teff flour. It produces a sizable loaf, making it a winner in the world of small cardboard loaves. If you are loyal to store bought brands, you don’t know what you’re missing.
With all of the legwork complete, now you just need to make it! We love this bread so much that I make it once a week. My oldest daughter tells me she likes it more than “regular bread” (yes, that means gluten laden varieties).
Before you get started check out She Sugar’s “10 Tips for Successful Gluten Free Bread Making”.
She Sugars Gluten Free Bread
Once your family has a diagnosis of Celiac disease most minds go right to thinking-
“No Bread! – how could we possibly survive without our glutinous bread?”
Luckily, Gluten free bread now comes in many shapes and sizes. Prepared frozen loafs, boxed mixes and of course homemade varieties.
What is your favorite mix?
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