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Recipes I've Shared:
A sunday morning favorite
This gluten free version comes very close in texture and flavor to the Traditional English recipe.
Half the sugar of traditional nut bread, no wheat, no gluten - and absolutely yummy!
Use this filling in my gluten free pie crust for Thanksgiving!
This is probably the best pie crust I've ever made. It's tricky to work with because it's stickier than wheat pie crust, but well worth the extra effort!
These brownies are rich and gooey and most of all CHOCOLATETSTIC due to the crunchy cacao nibs which become crunchy chocolate buttery surprises in your mouth!
Try these tortillas next time you're jonsin' for a burrito! They are tasty and made with real lard, so they roll up easily and don't crack. This is a real treat for Gluten Free living! These have a very earthy flavor and have 3 g of protein, and 2.6 g of fiber per serving!
I'll be adding another Tortilla recipe that is made with Sorghum and shortening as a lower calorie alternative to this one.
I'm going to try this recipe this weekend and wanted to know the nutrition values first. This is based on a recipe that I used to make with whole wheat flour, and I've modified it to be a gluten free bread. Wish me luck! I'll let you know how it turned out, and I'll add a photo later.
This cornbread has a delicate interesting flavor. It's my first attempt at gluten free baking WITHOUT xanthan gum. next time I make it I'm going to use tapioca starch instead of garbonzo bean flour (which has an earthy flavor) and I'll try it WITH xanthan gum, and use real butter instead of crisco.
I just wanted to experiment with the different flour blends. Hubby and I both enjoyed eating it with our arraibbiatta dish for dinner.