Recipes

Gluten Free Brazilian Cheese Puffs

Subscribers Only — Quick and easy to prepare, these gluten free puffs are crispy on the outside and chewy-gooey-cheesy on the inside. For best results, serve them hot from the oven.   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...

Gluten-Free Multigrain Bread

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...

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Brown Bread

This simple allergy-friendly loaf makes an excellent sandwich bread but also stands alone as terrific toast. Gluten-free beer adds a deep flavor and helps it rise in the absence of yeast. This recipe is quick and easy and pairs well with most anything.   More...

Chia Gel

Subscribers Only — Known for its extremely high nutrient content, chia seeds (also known as salba seeds) absorb many times their weight in water. Add to hot cereals and smoothies to boost nutrient counts.   More...

Gluten-Free Challah Bread

Subscribers Only — Adapted from a recipe by gluten-free baking enthusiasts Vic and Hallie Dolcourt of Sunnyvale, California, this special bread is ideal for Rosh Hashanah celebration. Coil the dough in a springform pan for a round loaf and use the remainder for dinner rolls.   More...

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Basic Popovers

Popovers may not come to mind when thinking of bread, but they are much like a dinner roll. They can be filled to make a sandwich, and they satisfy a craving for something crispy. You can purchase popover pans in kitchen stores and discount stores for around $20. Muffin pans or custard cups are also an option, but their wide shape and short height won’t allow the popovers to rise as high. To guarantee success, keep all your ingredients at room temperature and heat the popover pan before filling it with batter.   More...

Gluten-Free Teff Pumpernickel Bread

This gluten-free 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; see instructions below.   More...

Brown Bean Bread

Subscribers Only — This flavorful bread (the bottom loaf shown on our cover) rises nicely and has a springy texture. It can be made egg free with good results. For added protein, stir in ¼ to ½ cup chopped sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds or nuts.   More...

Gluten-Free Cornbread Sausage Stuffing

There is a decidedly Southern twist to this stuffing. The gluten-free cornbread mix makes it simple. Prepare the cornbread the night before, crumble it and then let it sit out overnight to dry out; this way it will soak up all the fabulous flavor of the sausage, vegetables and stock. This gluten-free stuffing recipe can be made egg-free with good results.   More...

Pumpkin Quick Bread

Coconut oil helps this gluten-free pumpkin loaf brown nicely, giving it a moist texture and a bit of crunch around the edges. Slice and serve it with dinner or toast it for breakfast, spread with Apple Butter or your favorite jam.   More...

Cracked Pepper Cornbread and Apple Stuffing

Subscribers Only — Adding apples and cranberries to Gluten-Free Cracked Pepper Cornbread creates a memorable sweet-and-spicy dressing. Apple-smoked bacon, fresh herbs and turkey drippings contribute to the taste. The result is a mouthful of flavors and textures in every bite. This stuffing can be made 1 to 2 days ahead and stored in the refrigerator; reheat before serving. It can be made with egg replacement.   More...

Butternut Squash Dinner Rolls

Subscribers Only — These quick and easy gluten-free butternut squash rolls are baked in a muffin tin. Thanks to quick-rising yeast, they can be made–start to finish–in less than an hour.   More...