Category Archives: Breads

Grain Free Sandwich Bread

Hello!  It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything.  I’ve been making a lot of the same things over and over and well, life gets in the way sometimes. But I wanted to share with you this bread recipe I’ve been making very often since last March.  It’s very easy and extremely tasty! This bread requires the use of a lot of eggs.  Thankfully, I’m at a point that I can tolerate eggs in baked goods, but not by themselves.  So, this bread may not be for you if you eggs are big no-no for you.  The best part … Continue reading

Grain Free Gluten Free Coconut Flour Biscuits

I’m intrigued by Paleo baking. For those who don’t know…that is baking without any grains…even gluten free ones. A lot of Paleo recipes I see call for the use of eggs. Especially if one is using coconut flour. That usually requires the use of a lot of eggs. While I normally avoid eggs, I am at a point where I can eat them in a baked good on occasion. One thing I’ve been making with coconut flour is biscuits to go with dinner. These are easy to put together, taste great and guilt free….no gluten, no grain. I blog with … Continue reading

Grain Free Sandwich Rounds

I have been making these grain free sandwich rounds for quite some time now and figured it is high time I share the recipe! These are so easy and awesome tasting. In fact, they are actually kind of neutral tasting which is what makes them so fabulous! They go with anything! (Yes, they are yellow looking, but one bite and you’ll forget all about the color!) I have made regular “turkey, lettuce and tomato” sandwiches with these sandwich rounds. They are a delish way to make PB&J. Don’t forget burgers…they make a good hamburger bun. And they even hold up … Continue reading

Gluten Free Grain Free Dinner Biscuits and Pizza Crust

In my last post I discussed almond meal verses blanched almond flour. You can read the post here. I know some of you are itching to see my almond meal recipes, but like I said, I found blanched almond flour on sale at Aldi of all places. So I bought it and have been trying out recipes I printed off the internet a long time ago and have been waiting in my “recipes to try binder.” I found this gluten free, grain free biscuit recipe. It is very good, but a bit on the salty tasting side. I only made … Continue reading

Gluten Free and Allergy Friendly Strawberry Jam Muffins

This post first originally appeared on My Life With Food Allergies where I am a contributor. Whether for breakfast, brunch or a snack, an easy and delicious muffin recipe is a must have for any kitchen. When it comes to a gluten free or allergy free diet, making your own homemade muffins is necessary. The great thing about muffins, no matter what kind, is that they freeze very well. Baking up a batch of muffins and freezing them will save you time on busy mornings when you have to get out the door quickly or if you need an easy … Continue reading

Gluten Free Tortillas (Vegan Too!)

Gluten free tortillas are expensive. And they are crumbly. And making them myself seemed elusive to me. Everything I found online was too crumbly, too labor intensive or too sticky. What I needed was something fast and easy, something that actually worked. I quit trying for awhile. After some time and really wanting tacos, I tried again. I had some success, but wasn’t quite satisfied. Then I thought, “Hey, why not use psyllium husks to make them stretchy and bendy?” It worked, quite well, but I still wasn’t quite happy with my flour choices. Then I thought, “Aha, use Cybele’s … Continue reading

Gluten Free Focaccia Bread Recipe and Bread Mix Flour Blend from Cybele Pascal’s The Allergen-Free Baker’s Handbook

The Allergen Free Baker’s Handbook by Cybele Pascal is an excellent cookbook for any person on a gluten free or allergy free diet. The cookbook contains all sorts of recipes from cookies, muffins, cakes, pies (and more) to yeasted baked breads.   In this cookbook Cybele Pascal has created two flour blends—one for her sweet baked goods, and one for her yeasted or savory baked goods. Her flour blend for her bread recipes is so excellent I use it for many of my own recipes that I want to share with you, my readers. So, I reached out to Cybele … Continue reading

Gluten Free Allergy Friendly Herb and “Cheese” Drop Biscuits

Need a quick and easy biscuit recipe to go with soup or dinner?  How about something savory? This is right up your alley!  I am bringing you Gluten Free Herb and “Cheese” Biscuits that are also allergy friendly. I have been using Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Biscuit and Baking Mix (different than their flour) for quite a long time now.  You can see what I wrote about it here.  I wanted to do something different than the recipe on the back of the package though.  Today’s recipe is an adaption of what I found on their website. These go … Continue reading

Fun Finds Friday – GlutenFree And Vegan Bread

I have not made gluten free bread until a few months ago.  And I still do not very often.  But I did find this one loaf that is really good.  Welcome to Fun Finds Friday! Do you see the steam coming off the ‘fresh from the oven’ bread? Can’t you just smell it? Like I said earlier, this is a good loaf of bread, but it is also a lot of work to put together. The recipe has a lot of ingredients and a lot of measuring to do.  When it is fresh it is good for a regular sandwich … Continue reading

An Allergy Friendly Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is coming soon.  It doesn’t have to be a scary time if you have food allergies. You can still have a great meal. Here are some ideas to go with your turkey or ham to dress your table and nourish your soul. Instead of the traditional green bean casserole, try this recipe for Apricot Glazed Green Beans.   You can make mashed potatoes with hemp milk to get the oft desired creamy side dish.  Or you could make this Mashed Potato Bake.   For a great gluten free and allergy friendly biscuit you could make Mashed Potato Biscuits, or … Continue reading

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