Usually, I get all my ingredients out before putting a recipe together but this time I didn't. When I was ready to mix up the milk and eggs, I realized I didn't have any milk. I just stored the dry ingredients in a jar and made the corn bread several days later after a trip to the grocery store. It just took a few minutes to finish the recipe.
We love this corn bread. It is moist and great heated up in the toaster oven. Because I'm the only one that has to eat gluten free, I freeze what is left after one meal. Later, I take out what I need, put it in the toaster oven frozen for about 10 minutes. It's like eating it fresh baked out of the oven.
Yield: 18 muffins
If making muffins, spray the muffin pans with Pam and pour batter into tins filling 3/4 full. If making a sheet of corn bread, pour batter into a greased 2 quart baking dish.
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I am looking for a nice gluten free bread recipe? My granddaughter has celiac disease and cannot tolerate gluten. I would like to make a tried and true bread and/or bun recipe that she can have so she feels more part of the regular family at meal times. She would love to eat a hot dog or have a hamburger occasionally and I'd love to be able to give her something to put the hot dog or hamburger patty in, rather than just alone on the plate.
The other day I went to food.com and was looking for some new bread recipes. Go to the same website and click on the Recipes link and you'll find a separate category for gluten free recipes.
Udi's now has a gluten-free bun on the market in various areas of the U.S. Red Robin has started using them & hear tell they're listed now on their gluten-free menu in many locations.
Udi's or Rudi's breads are pretty good. Look in the frozen food section where the Gluten-free & other food allergen foods are in your grocery store. Might suggest you check out the forums celiac.com as they have recipes, tips on coping with celiac & many other forums that might interest you. Great group of folks who have a lot of experience, recipes & ideas.
Quite often folks with celiac or even gluten-intolerance develop issues with other foods (dairy, soy, etc.) & those forums have helped me so much over the past 2-3 years heal successfully, eat right & feel so kuch better. Good luck to you all & remember life is great even without gluten! :)
For my bread, I use Gluten Free Pantry favorite sandwich bread mix. I get it from Wal-mart in the gluten free section. I prepare it and put it in muffin tins to rise. After cooking it, I freeze the muffins for later. When I want some bread, I take out a muffin and put it in the microwave for 20 seconds and it tastes just like fresh baked. Delicious!
I do miss hamburgers in the buns, however when we have hamburgers, I just have everything but the bun and eat my bread on the side. It's still good.
Thank each of you for your replies and help. I am in Canada, but will check Walmart's Store next time I am near one (over an hour away!). I did find some bread at a local health food store for just over $8.00 a loaf, so definitely will be trying to bake my own.
Thanks for the sight food.com. I'm off now to check it out.
Annie, the web site for Gluten Free Pantry products is www.glutino.com
I found the favorite sandwich bread mix on the web site and the price is $3.99. The phone number is 1-800-291-8386. That's about what I pay for it at Wal-mart.
Does anyone have a recipe for making yeast free, dairy free, corn, wheat and gluten free bread, muffins and other goodies? Would be so grateful as bread that is wheat and gluten free sold in health food stores are so costly. Simple ones if possible.
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Someone wanted dairy-free. I am allergic to cow milk, but I can replace it with goat milk in baking. Goat milk has a slightly nutty taste, rather nice in most baked goods. Wal-mart carries canned goat milk, right next to the condensed (cow) milk. If you need more information about using goat milk, there is a web site, listed on the cans of goat milk.
Check out http://www.fooddownunder.com I was just there getting some great recipes for the exact same reason. They have a good yeast free-gluten free white bread that you can substitue the buttermilk for soy/rice mike and add extra fat (what ever kind you can tolerate) They also have goodies i.e muffins, pancakes etc.
contributed by Carol Fenster, Ph.D.
1 cup Brown Rice Flour
2/3 cup Potato Starch
1/3 cup Tapioca Flour
1 tsp Sugar
2 tsp Xanthan Gum
3/4 tsp Butter Buds
1/2 tsp Unflavored Gelatin Powder
1/2 tsp Cream of Tartar
1/2 tsp Baking Soda
1 Large Egg, lightly beaten
1-1/3 cups Nonfat Plain Yogurt
Preheat oven to 375°F. Coat two 5" x 2-1/2" nonstick pans (or 8" x 4" nonstick pan) with cooking spray. This bread can also be baked in a 7" round casserole, but it slices better for sandwiches in the rectangular bread pans.
Combine dry ingredients in large mixing bowl and mix well. With electric mixer on low, add remaining ingredients and blend on medium speed for 2 minutes.
Spoon into prepared pans, smooth tops with wet spatula (if necessary), and bake small pans for 45-50 minutes, large pan for 50-55 minutes or until top is deeply browned and loaf sounds hollow when tapped. Dont underbake. Cool on wire rack. Slice with serrated knife or electric knife when bread reaches room temperature.
Yield: 2 small loaves or 1 large loaf
*Dairy Alternative: 1 cup milk (rice , soy, or nut) in place of 1-1/3 cups yogurt.
I'd love to cook this recipe but I am allergic to rice and cow's milk products. Do you have a substitue for these? I am so desperate for a sandwich!!!!!
Hi, try the Yahoo Search engine - there are lots of receipes for this - search on "making unleavened bread". It is usually used for Jewish festivals and passover etc, but is quite palletable and you can make it more exciting by topping with cheese and adding a few sunflower seeds etc.
celiac.com has numerous recipes for quick breads, muffins, etc. which means they are yeast free and wheat and gluten free. Using soy milk as a substitute for milk, they then are also cow milk free.
I keep a large bag of GF flour to use for baking cookies, muffins, pancakes etc.
Betty Hagman's books The Gluten-Free Gourmet and More From the Gluten-Free Gourmet have some good recipes in them. I use her proportions for flour:
6 cups Rice Flour
2 cups Potato Starch Flour (I use garbonzo bean flour instead and it works really well. It is about 1/3 of the cost of Potato Starch Flour.)
1 cup Tapioca Flour
These three are mixed and then can be used as needed in GF recipes requiring GF flour. I store mine in the refrigerator in a large plastic container. I also can use this flour in the family regular waffle, pancake, and muffins recipes. Any recipe that has a few eggs usually can be made with GF flour. Addition of Xanthan gum (about 1/2 tsp per cup) also helps hold the breads and muffins together. Additon of unfavored gelatin is suppose to help make them stay more moist. In the cornbread recipe I usually use maza (corn flour), but GF flour works well too. Betty Hagman even has a decent pizza crust recipe that my husband even says is great:)
Hope this helps everyone with wheat and gluten problems.
Gen's Guiltless Gourmet is an online site and a TV show in California. If you want something made gluten free, she'll experiment until she gets it right then post it and do a show about it. Check it out!
Does anyone have a recipe for good gluten free bread? So far, the ones I have tried have not been very appetizing!
Does anyone have gluten free recipes for bread?
Does anyone know the recipes for Soy milk vs dairy milk in Amish Friendship bread? And gluten free flour?
Yes, I have done gluten free and it works, but I have not tried the dairy free. I used brown rice flour and Xanthan gum and alternated all purpous GF flour during the adding process. I have tried a few different ways and so far they all have worked. I use spoiled milk to start with and sometimes even I used spoiled egg nog (I like the egg nog best).
I'm looking for a recipe with gluten free for Amish bread. Can you help me?
How do I make this in a conventional oven? I do not have a bread machine. I gave mine away after really bad gluten free bread attempts.
By J'Marinde S
Do you have gluten free bread recipes?
When I have extra bananas that are going to get too ripe for eating, I use them to make banana bread or freeze them for smoothies or to just munch on. This is a recipe I got from a friend years ago, when I first found out I had Celiac disease. The bread comes out moist, but not too moist. It is great as a snack or served with ice cream for dessert.