There’s something about September that makes us crave cinnamon and these gluten free cinnamon rolls are the perfect answer. Using Glutino’s Gluten Free Pantry French Bread and Pizza Crust mix as a base, they are fluffy, soft, and relatively simple to make.
Geoff and I always make a half batch of these with the dough left over on our gf pizza nights – recipe for pizza found here. We use half of the dough mix for a pizza and half for cinnamon buns!
Tender chicken breasts coated in a spicy rub and baked with tomato salsa and fresh vegetables, this dish is absolutely packed with flavour. From fridge to table in under 45 minutes, it’s a perfect weeknight meal.
Yes, we said “easy” and “bread” and no, that’s not an oxymoron. Crunchy on the outside and soft and chewy in the middle, this gf adaptation of no-knead bread has a slight sourdough taste and the look and texture of an artisan loaf. It doesn’t keep for more than a few hours so the recipe produces a mini-loaf about the size of four dinner rolls. We have now posted a second crusty bread recipe. See gf and me’s crusty bread II.
This dish is full of cheesy, tomato-y pasta – and honestly, what else is there when it comes to comfort foods like casseroles? It’s also easy to throw together and the egg noodles turn out perfectly, neither crunchy nor gooey.
This is a conversion of a pre-gf recipe. We finally found gluten free egg noodles the other day (at Home Sense of all places) so that we could enjoy it once again!
These are some of the best muffins Geoff and I have ever tasted – including those we’d tried before going gluten free. But we figured they would be since the blog’s preamble to the recipe included: “This one is for you Mom, to give you some good recipes for the 5lb bag of almond flour I convinced you to buy!” Who wouldn’t post their absolute best almond flour recipe after saying that!
Geoff and I were intrigued by these muffins because they looked an awful lot like some almond flour muffins we’d purchased at a farmer’s market while on holiday and had been yearning for ever since. It turns out these are actually better than those market muffins. Thanks so much to Nourishment for Living Well for the recipe.
Next time you have a campfire (or light your fireplace, or start your BBQ), give these pastry pockets a try – you won’t be disappointed! Cooked on a wooden dowel (purchased at any hardware store), they can be stuffed with an endless assortment of goodies. Try peanut butter and jam (Geoff’s favorite), Nutella (my favorite), our not-too-sweet cream cheese icing and a sprinkling of cinnamon (tastes like a cinnamon bun – just a bit crunchier), and fruit flavoured yogurt (more healthful and very tasty).
"The thing about eating the Black and White cookie, Elaine, is you want to get some black and some white in each bite. Nothing mixes better than vanilla and chocolate And yet somehow racial harmony eludes us. If people would only look to the cookie all our problems would be solved." - Jerry to Elaine (Seinfeld, Season 5, The Dinner Party)
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