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gluten free coffee cake

Streusel-Top Gluten Free Coffee Cake

This delicate, tender gluten free coffee cake is a holiday classic. It uses just two flours—oat and rice. Cinnamon crumbs, layered throughout, deliver comforting flavor and a homey, festive aroma when baked.
sour cream waffles

Gluten-Free Sour Cream Waffles

These crisp and tender sour cream waffles are hearty and filling. Oat flour and soy flour provide plenty of protein and fiber.
berry compote

Cranberry, Pear & Blueberry Compote

This festive mixture of sweet and sour fruit might become a new breakfast favorite. Make this berry compote a day ahead and chill, so the compote sets up. It makes a delicious and colorful side, as well as a fruity topping for waffles.
gf pie crust recipe

GF Pie Crust Recipe

For this GF pie crust recipe, use an all-purpose flour blend that contains xanthan gum.
crab gruyere quiche

Gluten-Free Crab Gruyere Quiche

Indulge your palate with the rich taste of crab and cheese. This savory crab Gruyere quiche is best made a day ahead, allowing the flavors to meld. In the morning, just reheat. Quiche can be baked, sliced into servings and frozen up to a month. This recipe can be made crab-free and egg-free; see instructions.

Gluten-Free Breads of Brazil

At almost every meal, Brazilians serve fresh bread or rolls. Many are made with either corn or tapioca (manioc root) and are naturally gluten-free. Wheat flour wasn’t used in bread until the late 19th century when significant amounts of wheat began to be imported and farmed in Brazil.

Gluten-Free Stuffed Herb Loaf (Pao Enrolado)

This soft, savory gluten-free bread is brimming with tasty ingredients—meat, cheese, garden vegetables and herbs.

Gluten-Free Cheese Bread Rolls (Pao de Queijo)

Infused with sweet and savory flavor, these irresistible gluten-free rolls have a crisp crust and soft, chewy center. Brazilians use local cheese but any low-moisture cheese (Parmesan, Romano, Asiago, goat cheese) works well. Once you try these rolls, you’ll see why they’re a Brazilian favorite. Slice leftovers in half for mini-sandwiches or sliders.

Gluten-Free Stuffed Cheese & Olive Rolls (Pao de Queijo Recheado)

Brazilians use versatile Pao de Queijo dough to make these flavorful gluten-free stuffed rolls. If the rolls aren’t eaten immediately, store cooled rolls in a closed container in the refrigerator for a few days. To soften chilled rolls, warm them briefly in the microwave.

Gluten-Free Bread Sticks

Brazilians use versatile Pao de Queijo dough to make delicious gluten-free bread sticks. If not eaten immediately, store cooled bread sticks in a closed container in the refrigerator for a few days. To soften chilled bread sticks, warm them briefly in the microwave.

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