Many of you landing on this page today are probably looking for our gluten free version of the Finnish Pulla. Time just did not allow us to develop yet another yeast-based bread recipe. We hope to deliver this sometime in the new year. After reading about this recipe, we thought it was somewhat similar to a traditional challah bread, which is doable gluten free, but probably not in a ring shape. Braiding anything gluten free, without the excess use of starch, while still having it turn out light and fluffy, can prove to be very challenging. But enough said. Continue reading
In general, muffins are one of the easier recipes to make, and this also applies to gluten free baking. They especially lend themselves to the novice gluten free baker. You can truly make them your own by including any number of healthy ingredients, leaving out dairy, substituting a healthier type of sugar, and, of course, substituting your own gluten free flour preferences. We should mention that we have not made this particular recipe with a commercial gluten free flour mix, as we prefer to make up our own, largely as a result of allergies to so many of the ingredients included in many of the commercial blends. Continue reading
Our latest creation is a vegetarian gluten free pizza, using Bob’s Red Mill pizza crust mix. A video including the recipe, is viewable in our You Tube account. In our opinion, this pizza is as good, if not better than any wheat based fare. Try it for yourself, and tell us what you think. We prefer a thin pizza crust, which means that you will need to take some time pressing out the dough. Do not even think about twirling this dough over your head “Italian-style.” Gluten free pizza crust does not lend itself to acrobatic heroics, unless you enjoy pizza crust all over your ceiling, and all over you.
If you want the ingredients list and detailed directions, sit back, relax, and watch the video.
Have any of you tried Bob’s Red Mill pizza crust mix? Do you have another favorite gluten free pizza crust that you would like to share? Please let us know, we’d love to hear from you.