This bread is a staple in our house, it is not a sandwhich bread, but more of a bead you toast, fry, and cook with., Makes a great stuffing, pizza crust, and it makes a good hamburger bun as well. Recipe adapted from Barbara Emchs, a fellow celiac.
I spent a long time trying to find a blueberry muffin mix that had the right blend of spices, and was neither to heavy or to dry in texture (just like the wheat filled bakery versions). After some experimenting I ended up with this recipe which I think is the best I've tasted yet.
Found this recipie in a Gluten Free cataloge, and loved it. The cake is moist, flavorful, and low fat. I have served it with great sucess both with the icing and without. This recipe was created by Beth Hilson, owner of the Gluten Free Pantry company.
The wonderful aroma that these pancakes have is absolutely mouth-watering. If you like the taste of apples and cinnamon you will love these pancakes. These pancakes hold well in the refrigerator, and can also be frozen for latter breakfasts. To defrost cover 2 or 3 pancakes with a damp paper towel and heat in microwave for 40 seconds.
A low calorie twist on a old favorite. This dish is a favorite breakfast food in our family. If you are not a big apple fan, you can substitute the apple for a peach and leave out the nutmeg and allspice.
This bar is a gluten free, easy to make breakfast bar for kids and parents who are on the go and don't have time to fix breakfast. This is a basic recipe feel free to change any of the fruit and nut combinations.
Serve this dish with rice or pasta, as a filling for baked potatoes, as a stuffing for peppers, taco shells or in lasagna. This recipe freezes well, so you can always have some on hand for a quick and tasty supper.
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