Recipes

Pumpkin Raisin Bread

Raisins complement the pumpkin flavor in this classic favorite. Organic canned pumpkin delivers a denser, less-watery pumpkin puree. If using conventional canned pumpkin puree, drain any excess water before adding to the batter. This recipe makes one 8½x4½-inch loaf or two 5½x3-inch mini-loaves or 24 mini-muffins.   More...

Cranberry Apple Bread

Tart apples and colorful red cranberries marry for delicious flavor in this Gluten-Free Cranberry Apple Bread recipe. For extra color, sprinkle 3 to 4 additional tablespoons of chopped cranberries over the batter right before baking. Mini-loaves make delicious homemade gifts. This recipe makes one 8½x4½-inch loaf or two 5½x3-inch mini-loaves or 24 mini-muffins.   More...

Fig, Apricot and Honey Bread

Subscribers Only — Dried figs and apricots are a great flavor combination. Honey helps balance the tart apricots. Fresh figs can be substituted for dried, if available. This Fig, Apricot and Honey Bread recipe makes one 8½x4½-inch loaf or two 5½x3-inch mini-loaves or 24 mini-muffins.   More...

Gluten-Free Apple Croutons

These flavorful croutons are elegant yet surprisingly easy to make. They can be prepared ahead and stored in the refrigerator for several days.   More...

Eazy Eatz Banana Bread

Subscribers Only — This Banana Bread recipe from Eazy Eatz Bakery in Lincoln, Nebraska, is a customer favorite. It can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.   More...

Teff Pumpernickel Bread

Subscribers Only — This bread has a chewy texture and plenty of fiber and nutrients. Don’t be tempted to omit the coffee. You won’t taste it but it is intrinsic to the pumpernickel taste. For a special treat, warm a slice in a 325° toaster oven and smear it with orange marmalade or honey. This recipe can be made with egg replacement.   More...

Flax Garlic Flatbread

Subscribers Only — Ground flax adds nutty flavor and a nutritional boost to this recipe. Flatbread is a wonderful accompaniment to a main meal. It also takes well to a number of toppings, including sliced avocado, hummus, roasted chicken and pesto. The batter can be made a day or two in advance and refrigerated. Bring it back to room temperature before baking.   More...

Multigrain Bread

Subscribers Only — This bread is filled with nutrients and has a subtle whole-wheat flavor—without the gluten. Flax meal adds fiber and lends structure to the loaf. This recipe can be made with egg replacement.   More...

Cinnamon Raisin Bread

Subscribers Only — The subtle flavor of cinnamon makes this a favorite breakfast bread. It’s delicious at room temperature but also makes great toast. This recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.   More...

Beer Pizza Crust

Subscribers Only — Use this gluten-free pizza crust as your canvas. Top it with grilled veggies, taco filling, meat, cheese, herbs, channa masala—whatever you love. Don’t think of pizza as a treat anymore. With this delicious recipe, you can enjoy pizza whenever you like. The eggs can be replaced in this recipe.   More...

Gluten-Free Pumpernickel Beer Bread

This recipe turns everything about gluten-free bread on its head - in the best possible way. The ingredients are crazy. The dough is wet. The loaf is huge and can be sliced thin. The bread is soft and pliable and stays that way for days. The eggs can be replaced in this recipe; see instructions included.   More...

Cream Cheese Biscuits

Subscribers Only — Here’s the ultimate melt-in-your-mouth biscuit reworked for your gluten-free diet. (It can be made dairy-free, too.) So good, your grandmother will never know these are gluten-free. To save steps, replace the dry ingredients (except the sugar) with 2 cups Biscuit Mix.   More...

Morning Cinnamon Biscuits

Subscribers Only — These are ideal go-to gluten-free biscuits when you’re craving cinnamon rolls but don’t have time to fool with yeast. The biscuit base provides a soft, flaky bite that’s bursting with sweet cinnamon. Guaranteed to fill your home with a tantalizing aroma. To save steps, replace the ingredients (except the sugar) with 2 cups Biscuit Mix.   More...

Garlic Herb Drop Biscuits

Subscribers Only — These biscuits are called “drop” because you spoon the batter (or drop it) onto a baking sheet rather than cutting the dough into circles. They’re easy to whip up and serve with your favorite batch of soup. Make them to your liking. The possibilities for add-ins—herbs and spices—are limited only by your creativity.   More...