Recipes

Gluten-Free Garlic Breadsticks

Our gluten-free garlic breadsticks take only minutes to prepare. They’re sure to become a family favorite, a perfect complement to so many kinds of meals. This recipe can also be made egg-free   More...

Piadina: Smoky Italian Flatbread, Gluten-Free

Hailing from Italy’s northern region of Emilia-Romagna, piadina was traditionally cooked on a terracotta dish. Today, it’s prepared in a cast iron or nonstick skillet. For a delightful smoky flavor, cook it on a grill. Serve it warm or at room temperature, topped with your favorite savory ingredients. Piadina can also be cut into squares and eaten as crackers.   More...

Spaghetti Squash Pizza Crust

Spaghetti squash makes naturally gluten-free “pasta” when cooked and combed. In this soft (not crisp) crust, it provides mild flavor that combines well with traditional herbs and cheese for Old World pizza taste. Use a fork to dig in!   More...

Pumpkin Bread

The test cooks wanted a pumpkin bread that not only was gluten-free but also had just the right texture—not too dense, not too cakey. After adding the flour blend and leaveners to the pumpkin puree mixture, they continued stirring for a full minute to ensure the flour was thoroughly incorporated. Stirring this long also guaranteed the batter was properly aerated, giving the bread a good rise. This wetter batter did not need to rest to hydrate the flour; the extra moisture plus the longer baking time prevented any grittiness. If you use a 9x5-inch loaf pan, start checking for doneness 5 minutes earlier than advised in the recipe. Pumpkin bread is best eaten on the day it’s baked but this bread can be cooled, immediately wrapped in plastic wrap, and stored at room temperature for up to 2 days. To serve, warm it in a 300°F oven for 10 to 15 minutes.   More...

Gluten-Free Cinnamon-Raisin English Muffins

Subscribers Only — These English muffins look like quick-bread muffins, but they have the delicious flavor and texture of English muffins. They can be made dairy free and egg free, with great results.   More...

Gluten-Free Yorkshire Popovers

While Yorkshire popovers are traditionally prepared with meat drippings from a standing rib roast, you can make these tasty breads with beef stock or brown butter with equally good results. Make these popovers after the roast comes out of the oven. They will be hot and ready to serve with the main course. This recipe can be doubled. For best results, do not replace the eggs.   More...

Gluten Free Corn Tortillas

The foundation for tacos, quesadillas, enchiladas and other Latin dishes, corn tortillas are simple to make at home. Once you’ve tried homemade, you won’t go back to store-bought. They require a tortilla press, available at Latino markets and online for under $25.   More...

Gluten Free English Muffins

Cornmeal helps create the distinctive crunch on the exterior of conventional gluten free English muffins. This dough is sticky and hard to dust with cornmeal. Instead, sprinkle the rimmed baking sheet with cornmeal and then sprinkle more over the top of the risen dough rounds. When baked and cooled, unsplit English muffins can be stored in a zip-top bag for up to 2 days.   More...

Socca

Subscribers Only — 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.   More...

Gluten-Free Sourdough Bread

If you're longing for a good gluten-free sourdough bread, this recipe is for you. It's naturally egg-free and can be made dairy-free, too. Yes, it takes a few days to get the sourdough starter going, but it’s not a lot of work. So before you say "it's too much," think again. Fresh sourdough bread is well worth the time.   More...

Sourdough Starter

Once you see how easy it can be to make gluten-free bread, you'll be craving sourdough bread and wishing you had some Sourdough Starter in your refrigerator. Yes, it takes some time and a bit of advanced planning to make sourdough bread, but - believe us! - it's so worth it. And it's easy.   More...

Quinoa Sesame “Wonder” Bread

Subscribers Only — The light texture of gluten-free Wonder Bread combines with the sophistication of an artisan loaf. Sesame seeds add a bit of a gourmet flare and quinoa flour delivers extra nutrients. This recipe loses its light texture with an egg substitute.   More...