Recipes

Gluten-Free Challah Bread

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.   More...

English Muffins

Subscribers Only — These gluten-free English Muffins stay fresh for 2 days on the counter, wrapped in a cloth and placed on a rack. To store longer, refrigerate in a covered container. Alternatively, slice and freeze; when ready to eat, defrost and toast.   More...

Sourdough Pancakes

Subscribers Only — Make these light, thin Sourdough Pancakes in a skillet or the oven. The batter can be refrigerated up to 24 hours before using. Pancakes can be cooked ahead; refrigerate in a container up to 5 days and reheat in the toaster.   More...

Water Kefir

Subscribers Only — Water kefir boosts gluten-free sourdough starter without using commercial yeast. It lasts about 1 month in the refrigerator. Kefir cultures will settle to the bottom of the jar. When using, be careful not to pour all the cultures out of the jar. They’re required to start another batch.   More...

Brown Rice Starter

Subscribers Only — If you can’t feed this Brown Rice Starter at the 8-hour mark, place it in the refrigerator to slow down fermentation. This enables you to go 12 hours between feedings. Continue to grow starter in the refrigerator or put it back on the counter for remaining feedings.   More...

Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Sourdough Bread

Subscribers Only — The taste and texture of this Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Sourdough Bread improves the second day. It may be a bit moist the first 12 hours out of the oven but will air out nicely by the next day. It makes excellent toast.   More...

Gluten-Free Stuffing Rolls

Here's a way to serve both bread and stuffing, all rolled into one. This recipe makes a deliciously portable item for holiday buffet or potluck that also works beautifully for a formal sit-down meal.   More...

Banana Coconut Bread

Subscribers Only — Here’s 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!   More...

Avocado Lemon Quick Bread

Subscribers Only — 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.   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...

Yeast-Free Avocado Dinner Rolls

Subscribers Only — 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 you’re lucky enough to have any leftover, slice them and use as sandwich or burger buns.   More...

Morning Cinnamon Biscuits

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...

Potato Sandwich Bread

Subscribers Only — 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 doesn’t have to be out of the reach of ordinary bakers.   More...