Category Archives: Breads

Fun Finds Friday – Grain Free Biscuits

I have to limit my grains and be sugar free for a while (more on that to come).  So that means I have been having acorn squash, sweet potatoes and pea protein shakes for breakfast.  I need some sort of bread, at least occasionally.  So I found this recipe for grain free biscuits.  These are perfect for breakfast if you make them the night before.  Topped with thawed frozen peaches this is really a quite delightful breakfast that I think anyone would enjoy, not just the grain free crowd.  I’ll send you to the recipe soon, but I want to … Continue reading

Fun Finds Friday – Flat Bread

Want an easy flat bread recipe?  Something without yeast?  How about something that is easy to make?  Freezes well?  Makes a great wrap for sandwiches?  Gluten free and grain free?  Allergy free? It can be done!   Unfortunately for me, I didn’t dream up this most delectable recipe.  But lucky for you, I found it, tested it twice, and am now bringing it to you.  This flat bread doesn’t fall apart or crumble and it tastes great!  It also freezes well and tastes just as great after been frozen for a while. In the recipe you can choose a little … Continue reading

Classic Cornbread – Gluten Free and Allergy Free With Vegan Option

Need a good cornbread recipe?  How about a gluten free, allergy friendly and vegan one?  This one is all that!  And yes, it tastes really good.    I do not post any baked good recipes without making the recipe several times.  I want to make sure they really work and really taste well.  I’ve tried too many recipes that were a waste of time and ingredients.  And I don’t want to waste yours. 🙂 I have adapted this from The Food Allergy Mama’s Baking Book by Kelly Rudnicki.  You can make this in an 8×8 pan or a 9×9 pan.  … Continue reading

Honey Oatmeal Bread

I made a yeast bread with wheat flour today and it was fun!   I had trouble deciding if I should put this on the blog since it isn’t gluten free.  But it is bread that is free of milk, egg, and soy, so I thought it would still come in handy for many people.      This recipe is great to make when you are having company or making bread to give to a friend because it makes two large loaves.   Don’t be scared off by making your own bread!  This is easy if you simply follow the directions. I’m … Continue reading

Rudi’s Gluten Free Soft and Fluffy Bread – Product Review

I was contacted by Rudi’s to see if we would like to try out their new Soft and Fluffy Gluten Free Bread. Why, I was happy too!  See, I do not buy gluten free bread and this was a good chance to try some out. Some facts about the bread first:  it is gluten, soy, dairy, and nut free.  It is also non-GMO.  Unfortunately, for me, it does contain eggs; egg whites to be exact.  So, I had to leave the taste testing up to my family. They were pleasantly surprised.  It was indeed soft and fluffy.  I was told … Continue reading

Learning To Bake Allergen Free by Colette Martin and Mashed Potato Biscuit Recipe

In April 2012 I attended the Nourished Food Bloggers Conference in Chicago.  I did not have a food blog at the time, but I was eager to get one going.  This was just the event to get me started.  It was a wonderful experience and I met many wonderful food bloggers and heard informational and exciting sessions. One woman I ate lunch with was Colette Martin.  She was fun and such an engaging person.  She really encouraged me to get started and asked what was holding me back.  She had great advice and knew just what to say.  She even … Continue reading

Gluten Free Yeast Free Dinner Rolls

Some meals just need dinner rolls.  You know the kind.  They don’t feel like a complete meal without a roll.  Well, for a person on an allergy friendly diet who should not have gluten, or the person on the anti-candida diet or allergic to yeast or just doesn’t like yeast, it is pretty hopeless.  Until now.  I wish I could claim this as my own recipe…that is how good it is.  But alas, I am just the person who did a massive internet search and stumbled upon these and slightly adapted them from here.  Anyhow, these delicious dinner rolls do taste … Continue reading

Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Biscuit and Baking Mix Product Review

I never was a big Bisquick user so I do not miss it much.  In fact, it never occurred to me to purchase a gluten free version of it.  I am not even sure I was aware of it until just a few months ago.  I purchased some because I read about it in Colette Martin’s book Learning to Bake Allergen-Free.  She has a “mini” recipe in the book using a gluten free baking mix to make a mock pot pie crust.  I bought Bob’s Red Mill Biscuit and Baking Mix.  It is important to note that this is NOT the same … Continue reading

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