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Made with lentil puree, carrots and ground flax seed, you'd be hard pressed to find muffins with more nutritional firepower than these. Serve them warm with a wisp of honey.
Olives and rosemary give this yeast bread a delicious, savory flavor. It's ideal for sandwiches and makes a cozy supper when enjoyed with hot soup and a fresh green salad.
Traditionally prepared during Jewish holidays, gluten-free challah bread is delicious any time of year. Ideal for sandwiches and toast, it makes perfect French toast. For Stuffed French Toast, prepare one round loaf; cut it into ½-inch thick slices, halving each to make French toast sandwiches. Alternatively, prepare two 4½ x 8½ -inch loaves, cutting one into 12 slices (½-inch thick) to equal 24 halves. Depending on loaf size, you may want to add more slices to fill the pan. Save the second loaf for another use. Challah freezes well. This recipe can be made with egg replacement.
This classic popover recipe makes a festive Gluten-Free Yorkshire pudding. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.
Pita bread is a fun alternative for sandwiches and perfect for dipping. This delicious recipe is gluten free, dairy free and can be made without eggs.
A popular flatbread, Socca, served in France and northern Italy, enjoy socca with dip or your favorite toppings. To add toppings, broil socca until it starts to crisp; sprinkle with dairy-free cheese, tomato or other toppings and return to broiler to finish. This easy-to-make recipe contains half the fat of traditional socca.
Avocado takes center stage in these yeast-free dinner rolls. Quick and easy to prepare, they make a great side with your favorite gluten-free pasta dish and a fresh green salad. If youre lucky enough to have any leftover, slice them and use as sandwich or burger buns.
The lemon shines in this gluten-free quick bread while the avocado helps deliver hearty yet smooth texture. A great substitute for sandwich bread; toast it and top it with your favorite jam.
Light in texture, this is the perfect everyday bread for breakfast and sandwiches. This recipe takes only a few minutes to put together in a stand mixer. For maximum yeast rise, have all ingredients at room temperature.
This gluten-free grain baguette is great warm or toasted the next day. You can also use it for paninis. Amaranth grain imparts a nice crunch when toasted. This recipe can be made with egg replacement with good results; see instructions below.
The prospect of baking bread is a do-it-yourself project that can be intimidating, especially for home chefs working within the ingredient restrictions of food allergies. But bread-making doesnt have to be out of the reach of ordinary bakers.
Heres a tasty way to use over-ripe bananas. This recipe makes moist breakfast bread (great toasted) and flavorful French toast. I use it to make a nut-butter sandwich. Delicious!
This gluten-free master dough recipe makes enough for two 12-inch pizzas, six pizza pockets or one large focaccia. I often use it to make one pizza and 3 pizza pockets. No need to let the dough rise; it puffs up nicely in the oven.
This recipe is adapted from one by CIA graduate Dave DeCesare, chef/baker at Taste Budds Café in Red Hook, New York.
Gluten Free Foccaia recipe. Great for sandwiches and snacks.