A cross between apple muffin and carrot cake, this moist gluten-free harvest muffins are a crowd-pleaser as a lunch or dinner bread. The optional streusel topping makes it a hit for breakfast, too. This recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.
Ready to try Food Editor Beth Hillson's Gluten-Free Apple Caramel Monkey Bread? This pull-apart bread, also called bubble bread, was inspired by a photo of Apple Cinnamon Monkey Bread in the King Arthur Flour’s Baker’s Catalogue. This bread looks just like the King Arthur's version and tastes outrageous—not too sweet with a pleasing amount of caramel.
Cindy Gordon's Coconut Chocolate Chip Muffins are a quick and easy treat that features nine ingredients (plus two more for the topping).
Here’s the ultimate breakfast comfort food. These pancakes are hearty and satisfying yet light and delicious. Applesauce can successfully replace the eggs if you're eating egg-free.
Pumpkin puree makes these gluten free cornmeal scones very moist and yummy.
Serve these delicious and filling pumpkin quinoa pancakes with warm maple syrup. They reheat beautifully in the microwave.
A bent 2½-inch circle cookie cutter does a pretty good imitation of the peanut shape of Nutter Butter cookies. I prepared these cookies on the first day of school, which left me alone in the kitchen. I had no one to share the excitement of a nearly perfect cookie. Dancing alone in my house was good, but these cookies are better than that! …
Gluten Free & More offers Jules Shepard's unique Pumpkin-Banana Bread recipe. You can play with the pumpkin-to-banana proportions in this easy recipe to dial in just the right amount of either to suit your family’s tastes. When canned pumpkin is available, this will be one of your go-to recipes.
I tend to think any cake is fair game for breakfast, but if you’re more traditional, you’ll love this crumb-topped classic gluten-free coffee cake. Time it just right so you can serve and eat it warm, and your day will be off to a fabulous start guaranteed.
If bananas didn’t disappear so quickly in my house—the same goes for blueberries—I’d probably make these every week! Tip: buy the discounted, over-ripe bananas and peel and freeze them so you have them on hand when you’re hankering for these.