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Laura B. Russell’s Brazilian Cheese Puffs

24 Jul

These little gems are divine and SO easy to whip up! I made them with smoked gouda to see how they would compare with Whole Foods’ gouda rolls – Oh. My! Were they good! There are only 9 left from 28 – hubby and I literally devoured them while cooking dinner. Check out Laura’s blog and definitely give her Brazilian Cheese Puffs recipe a try!


Gluten Free Fluffy Pancakes

23 Jul Pancakes on the griddle

I am officially an over-achiever today. I’ve been awake since 4am and by 5:30, jumped out of bed with the vision of pancakes filling my brain.

I ran through my recipes, thinking to use one I haven’t tried before, and landed on Elizabeth Barbone’s Whole Grain Gluten-Free Pancakes. Now, I like buttermilk in my pancakes (thank goodness I am still able to eat it!), and I didn’t want flax this morning, so I tweaked the recipe a tad and made the best pancakes EVER. Even better than those made with wheat. The batter was a bit thick, but flowed enough to smooth out on the griddle. When I flipped them over, they didn’t collapse and they cooked up high and fluffy. Truly, zero g! Continue reading

Zero G Dinner Rolls

17 Jun Zero G Dinner Rolls

This recipe is loosely based on two recipes: Adeena’s Hearty Dinner Rolls (which I found on the Book of Yum blog) and Pizza Crust by glutenfreesoxfan (which I posted earlier this year). I was so excited when I found the recipe for Adeena’s rolls, but they baked up way too dense and didn’t rise at all (which is surprising since I’m at 5000+ feet).

Ever since I made (and fell in love with) the pizza crust recipe, I have been thinking about how to improve the dinner roll recipe. Well, I finally did it by increasing the liquid, changing eggs to eggs and egg whites, adding extra leavening, and a couple other things. Continue reading

Gluten Free Pizza Crust (and more??) Recipe

27 Apr

I have about 15 pizza crust recipes I have either tried or are on my list to try. About two weeks ago, I decided to give the one I found on glutenfreesoxfan’s blog a try. While this is an old post of her’s, the recipe on Karen’s blog is definitely worth looking into. Most of the recipes I have tried so far are thick and fluffy, Continue reading

Gluten free Cheese Danish

27 Apr Gluten Free Cheese Danish

Last week, I was craving a cheese danish. At work, somebody brought in something that smelled sweet and divine and for some reason my brain screamed “OH! We need a danish!” Funny the things you crave when you can’t just pop out to the store and buy it. Continue reading

Gluten Free Beer Battered Fish

6 Mar

I’ve been trying to find a good fried fish recipe to convert to gluten free for quite awhile now. I seemed to have hit on it the other day, as hubby said this was the best fried fish he’s had in a long time. Isn’t it fantastic that it’s gluten free!? Continue reading

The Best Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls

5 Mar

Gluten Free Cinnamon RollI found this recipe online last night for gluten free cinnamon rolls and just had to try it out. These are moist, fluffy, and easy to make. Jeanine of The Baking Beauties blog hit it out of the ballpark with this recipe and I highly recommend you try it!

Gluten Free Scones

26 Aug

Gluten Free Blueberry Scones

This is an experiment on scones. I loved the BabyCakes NYC raspberry scones, but can’t tolerate spelt flour. I used Annalise Roberts’ Brown Rice Flour Mix, creating an amalgam of her traditional scones recipe and what I liked most about the BabyCakes’ recipe. The result was a scone with the same great texture of BabyCakes’, with no gluten. Continue reading