Gluten Free & More editors tested gluten-free pancake and waffle mixes. Each made the mixes to their own dietary standards (for example, egg-free or dairy-free). Each mix was tested as either a pancake, a waffle or both. Samples were then frozen and reheated for the ultimate round of testing. After testing 71 mixes, we can tell you that many mixes are very similar. Those with non-traditional flours—like sorghum, buckwheat, coconut or almond flour—stand out for taste and added nutrition. Note that having too much of a unique ingredient can influence overall flavor.
St. Patrick’s Day commemorates the patron saint of Ireland and is a celebration of all things Irish, including bread. Bring the celebration to your family’s table with these traditional Irish breads, made deliciously gluten-free.
Cranberries deliver a bright pop of color and flavor to this festive coffee cake but nearly any fruit can be used. Perfect for Christmas morning, the aroma of this recipe warms up the house. This cake can also be made in a lightly greased and dusted 8-inch round cake pan. Bake it 40 to 45 minutes or until done. It can be made egg-free; see instructions.
Dinner rolls and biscuits of one kind or another are holiday essentials, regardless of your eating restrictions! These gluten-free bread rolls are all yeast-free too, and most can be made without dairy. Enjoy!
I discovered that a very small selection of patisseries offers artful gluten-free (and sometimes dairy-free and egg-free) baked goods. These French bakers bring something decidedly different to the gluten-free table. They use naturally gluten-free whole-grain flours, like buckwheat, brown rice, quinoa, chickpea, chestnut, almond and nut flours, but little or no starch or gum!
Nowadays, us gluten-free folks have so many safe white sandwich bread options, it's difficult to decide on one! So Gluten Free & More tried them all for you.
We tested every brand of sliced gluten-free whole grain or multigrain bread we could get our hands on. Here's every bread we tested, and the ones we think are best!
Any way you slice it, the world of gluten-free packaged food is better and broader today than ever before, especially when it comes to bread. We confess that we have a love affair with bread and we know that you do, too. Given our intense feelings (too often unrequited!), we wanted to determine exactly how commercial gluten-free breads stack up. So we gathered up every variety of gluten-free sandwich loaf that we could get our hands on and taste-tested each one.
Muffins are a delicious way to showcase summertime bounty. Any time you can slip fresh fruit or vegetables into a favorite food without the kids noticing, it’s a definite plus. So we created a basic muffin recipe and tweaked it in four different ways to highlight the season’s produce. And then, as a bonus, we created an indulgent Chocolate Raspberry Dessert Muffin for a special treat.
Making gluten-free scones that are moist and sumptuous is all in the touch of the dough. With practice, you will develop what I call “fingertip knowledge.” The dough should feel as if it needs more flour—a little tacky, a bit soft, a tad wet. This moisture is important for good results, so fight the temptation to add more flour to the dough.