Recipes

Gluten-Free Lunch Bruschetta

Subscribers Only — Bruschetta can be served on almost any kind of gluten-free bread or cracker. It’s a delicious alternative to a sandwich and makes an ideal hors d’oeuvre.   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...

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 Beer Bread

This light, moist, aromatic loaf makes any sandwich better. Try making this recipe with a different gluten-free beer each time and see what a difference this one ingredient can make. You may have a hard time choosing a favorite!   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...

Porridge Loaf

Subscribers Only — Porridge is a thick, pudding-like meal of whole grains. It can be made with a variety of nutritious gluten-free grains, depending on your taste and dietary needs.   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...

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...

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...

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...

Gluten-Free Soft Dinner Rolls

These delicious gluten-free dinner rolls are soft and fluffy, ideal for family suppers and dinner parties. This recipe can be made ahead to save time (and lower stress) in the kitchen. (Bake rolls and let them cool in the pan; wrap them in plastic wrap and refrigerate for up to 2 days. Warm them for a few minutes in a 350°F oven and serve.) This recipe can be made egg-free with good results (instructions provided).   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...

Gluten-Free, Egg-Free Simple Soda Bread

Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, this gluten-free, egg-free recipe delivers great flavor and contains high-nutrient, protein-packed flours. It can be made dairy free with great results. Like most soda breads (not just gluten-free ones), it tastes best when it's warm, so serve it shortly after it comes out of the oven. Use any leftovers to make croutons or breadcrumbs.   More...