This is my own little creation. I had a recipe for Italian roll ups that I got from a once a month cookbook. I just changed it to taco style as my children love anything with a Mexican flavor. These freeze well. I use my own homemade whole wheat bread instead of the frozen bread dough.
You will not believe this pizza crust is gluten-free. It has a fantastic texture, you can pick it up and it doesn't fall apart, and it's easy to make! It's based on a recipe in a Bette Hagman gluten-free cookbook, I don't remember which one. I just tried it for the first time tonight, and I'm so excited with how it turned out, I just had to share it. (btw, I used chana flour for the bean flour, that's chickpea or garbanzo flour)
They look like the real thing, they taste like the real thing, and best of all they're really not all that hard to make.
The Gluten-Free Rice Flour Mix for this recipe is made of 3 cups white rice flour, 3 cups brown rice flour, 2 cups potato starch (not flour) and 1 cup tapioca starch.
Based on a recipe from the GF-Utah site.
I found the recipe itself on the net about two years ago. To my taste it is very sweet cookie, but it is an an easy cookie to make and quick.I make this in a two in one by halving the dough and adding chocolate or peanut butter chips to one half.
Adapted from "Good Eats". We thought we would give it a try. My husband was told to try to reduce his wheat & gluten. They are SO GOOD! You wouldn't even know they were gluten free! This was my first gluten free recipe to try & I'm not nervous anymore!
I found this recipe in a newspaper and immediately thought of a fantastic lady **Jubes**, who likes to cook gluten free, and has some great gluten free recipes for any-one who has an intolerance.
I have been lucky enough to have found and since converse with **Jubes** through here Recipe Zaar, and I sent her this Gluten free recipe, which **Jubes** made for herself and her family.
Both **Jubes and I think it would work well with regular flour, but as yet I have not tried (but am going to). This recipe is called a cake, but **Jubes** suggests its more of a pudding type cake, but also says its super easy to make!!!
So I have **Jubes** to thank for this recipe being posted!!!!! Thanks Mate!!!!
I got this simple recipe from a friend who was a natural cook. It makes two pies. The mix can also be used in a parfait style with fruit for another dessert. Has always been very popular with my guests.
A delicious apple crumble made without gluten. My son was intolerant of coconut, so it is also free of that, using flaked almonds instead. In place of the self-raising flour you can simply add 3 teaspoons of gluten-free baking powder to 1 1/2 cups of any all purpose gluten-free flour mix.
This is one of my kids real favourites. I'll often throw in more apricots and almonds than the recipe calls for.
This is a large loaf and can be reduced in size by multiplying all ingredients by 2/3 and reducing the cooking time by 10 minutes.