I had some leftover canned pumpkin that I wanted to use up. This recipe fit the bill. From here: http://www.grouprecipes.com/92330/gluten-free-cranberry-pumpkin-bread.html The taste is pretty good, but it came out rather dense as a 5x9 loaf. Maybe next time I'll make it into mini loaves. *The flour mixture I used is Bette Hagman's Bean mix: 2 parts garfava bean flour, 1 part sorghum flour, 3 parts cornstarch, and 3 parts tapioca flour. Feel free to experiment with your own.
My mother and I haven't had a good rye bread in years. Then I found this: http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2009/02/gluten-free-rye-bread-recipe-seriously.html and tried it. Pretty good on the day I made it, but it dried out horribly the next day. I guess it needs a little work. A reviewer (Mia in Germany) has suggested some changes to prevent the bread from drying out. These are reflected below. Thanks Mia!
I bought a 20lb bag of bananas at Krogers for $1.00 and have been trying to use them all up. This is one of the recipes I made in the process. It was by far the most scrumptious recipe that I made. It could also be made into a bread, but I made muffins. This is definitely my new default banana bread recipe! Imade a double batch and ended up with 39 muffins. I made half with the called for maple syrup/pecan topping and half with a cream cheese topping. To make the cream cheese topping, I whipped 6oz cream cheese with 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1/4 cup maple syrup. These were absolutely heavenly fresh out of the oven. *For the gluten free flour, I used Bette Hagman's mix: 2 parts garfava bean flour, 1 part sorghum flour, 3 parts cornstarch, and 3 parts tapioca flour.
This is a delicious gluten-free olive oil loaf with a more rustic style and a soft, pliable texture. The rosemary and olives lend a wonderful flavor. It doesn't need to be toasted in order to be soft and delicious (unlike most GF breads). Try a slice with butter on it, or as an accompaniment to Southern European and Mediterranean dishes, or try it with any soup or stew. As for me, I ate the entire loaf (not at once, of course) with hummus on top because I loved how the flavors went together. It would also make a killer grilled cheese sandwich with sharp cheddar.
My mother makes this for me. She has made many different gluten free breads in search of the perfect sandwich loaf and this is my favorite so far. I didn't see it on zaar, so I thought I'd post it. This bread worked great for sandwiches and had good flavor. I kept it in the freezer with each slice separated by a piece of wax paper. Whenever I needed some, I'd defrost it for 20-30 seconds and let it sit for a few minutes. This bread is also more nutritional than most gluten free breads since it isn't loaded with starches. Makes 1 10" loaf or 2 8" loaves. Cooking time includes rise time.
Went to a Gluten-Free baking class and this was one of the featured breads. Was quite delicious although I haven't made it myself yet. The outer layer was nice and crisp without being burnt and it had just the right amount of cinnamon and sugar. The recipe calls for Bette Hagman's Bean Flour Mix. *This recipe is 2 parts garfava bean flour, 1 part sorghum flour, 3 parts cornstarch, and 3 parts tapioca flour. **Soured milk can be substituted for buttermilk by adding normal milk to 1 tbsp of vinegar to total 3/4 cup.
I went to a gluten-free baking class and this was one of the featured recipes. I had never had biscotti before, so I don't really know how this compares. I liked it however. It was quite good dipped in my coffee and had just the right amount of crunch and sweetness. Makes a fair amount and supposedly keeps for a long time.
Found the original recipe posted on a forum. This is a slightly modified version of it to be more nutritious. Extremely yummy and fluffy. Tasted delicious right out of the oven and the smell was heavenly. For the flour mix I used Bette Hagman's Bean Mix (6 Cups Rice Flour (white or brown), 2 Cups Potato Flour, 1 Cup Tapioca Starch) The recipe calls for 6 5 3/4"x3"x2 1/2 bread pans. You can also make muffins with the batter, just decrease the cooking time. I made one medium sized loaf, 2 mini loaves, and 12 muffins. I sprinkled cinnamon and sugar on top of all of them. Even my sister who doesn't like pumpkin ate a muffin.
I had never had beer bread before and this looked delicious. I found this on a forum and decided to give it a shot. The baking made the whole house smell delicious and the taste was great! This makes a very dense bread, so slice it thin. It is almost fat free! I calculated it to have about 0.4g fat per 1/2" slice. In addition to being fat free, it is also egg and dairy free. I didn't experience any deflating. Makes a 8" x 4" loaf. *For the gluten free flour, I used Bette Hagman's mix: 2 parts garfava bean flour, 1 part sorghum flour, 3 parts cornstarch, and 3 parts tapioca flour. I used a bottle of New Grist beer: http://www.newgrist.com/ which I think tastes much better than Red Bridge.
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