The keys to the kingdom of the proper nooks and crannies in real English muffins are a very high-rising bread (check), which is then fork-split to reveal all those yeasty holes in irregular fashion (check). You can get that effect by making your own, thanks to this recipe from Nicole Hunn's Gluten Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread.
These homemade cinnamon rolls are just like you remember them—small, warm rounds of springy dough bursting with cinnamon and topped with an old-fashioned sugar glaze.
Our grain-free Apple Cranberry Streusel Crumble recipe is a cool-weather hit; it features big fall favorites—apples and cranberries. It’s a little on the tart side, so taste-test and add more maple syrup, as needed. Serve it with dairy-free whipped topping or ice cream. This recipe also makes a delicious addition to a holiday brunch.
When I first tried to make a good gluten-free bagel, it was an ordeal. After some culinary trial and error, I finally perfected the recipe. Now I enjoy preparing (and eating!) these bagels and showing others how easy they are to make.
While these little gluten free apple pie parfaits are usually served in glass jars, prepare them in unbreakable parfait cups for game day. Big on apple and rum flavor, they’re super-tasty and easy to make. The apple filling can be made 1 to 2 days ahead and refrigerated in a covered container.
Muffins: They're ideal for a quick breakfast, a midday snack, a tasty dessert. And they can feature all kinds of favorite fruits. In this case, the star is lemon, as complemented by the distinct texture of poppy seeds. These easy-to-prepare GF lemon poppy seed muffins are moist and delicious and offer a vibrant flavor. They can be made ahead and frozen, too. For instructions to replace the eggs, see below.
This not-too-sweet French toast will make any breakfast feel like it’s a holiday. You can prepare it a day ahead and reheat just before eating. This recipe can be made with egg replacement.
Bursting with flavor, this gluten free cranberry mayo bread is slightly tangy and easy to make. Try it at breakfast or as an afternoon snack.
Overnight steel cut oats are the perfect solution for a quick and easy gluten-free breakfast. Add yogurt and fruit for a cool and creamy alternative.
Assemble the sandwich on the toasted English Muffin, beginning with the cheese, bacon and tomato. Sprinkle the tomato with flaked sea salt. Top the salted tomato with fresh spinach leaves and a sunny egg. Finish with fresh ground pepper.