GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT - BRUNCH, BREADS & DESSERTS
Jeanne & Michelle
Jeanne & Michelle
GF Sandwich Bread w Grandmas GF Bread Mix
GF Sandwich Bread w Grandmas GF Baking Mix
How to Set up a Gluten Free Kitchen
Breakfast Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Strata
Light as air Pancakes
Fancy Egg Scramble
Cranberry Orange Muffins
Sour Cream Chocolate Cake
Spicy Italian Salad
Fresh Strawberry Cake
Cranberry Orange Scones
Favorite Dinner Rolls
Pumpkin Walnut Bread
Apricot Pecan Bread
Pumpkin Walnut Muffins
Cranberry Apricot Bread
Cheesy Corny Cornbread
Banana Walnut Bread
How To Toast Nuts
HOW TO MAKE BREADCRUMBS
Ham, Egg, Apple, & Gouda Breakfast Panini
Italian Sausage or Pepperoni, Egg, Asiago Breakfast Panini with Pesto
Bacon, Egg, Spinach, and Cheddar Breakfast Panini
GF Pie Dough
Pecan Sticky Buns
Almond Poppy Seed Muffins
Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
Cinnamon Swirl Muffins with Cinnamon Streusel Topping
White Chocolate Raspberry Scones
Caramel Ribbon Brownies
Cream Cheese Brownies
Peanut Butter Brownies
Warm Caramel Apple Cake
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Cranberry Orange Bread
Cranberry Pecan Bread
Italian Creme Cake
Cream Cheese Coconut-Almond Frosting
Black Forest Torte
Chocolate Almond Filling
Whipped Cream Frosting
Red Velvet Cake
Mock Whipped Cream Frosting
German Sweet Chocolate Cake
Coconut Pecan Filling & Frosting
Texas Sheet Cake
White Chocolate Cake
White Chocolate Frosting & Filling
Hawaiian Wedding Cake
Cookie Pie Crust
French Silk Pie
Fresh Lemon Pie
Coconut Cream Pie
Meringue Pie Topping
Whipped Cream Topping
Banana Cream Pie
Butterscotch Cream Pie
Caramel Cream Pie
Chocolate Cream Pie
Pineapple Cream Pie
Fresh Strawberry Pie
Kentucky Pecan Pie
Caramel Apple Pie
Fresh Peach Pie
Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie
Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
Chocolate Mousse Pie
Chocolate Pecan Cookies
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
Chocolate Chunk Cookies
Luscious Lemon Bars
How to make Gluten Free Panko style Breadcrumbs.
Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting
How to make GF Croutons
Blueberry French Toast Bake
Cinnamon Raisin French Toast Bake
Sausage and Egg with Biscuits & Gravy Casserole
Italian Breakfast Bake
Mexican Breakfast Bake
Fresh Strawberry Scones
Sausage and Egg Biscuit with Gravy Bake
Caramel Apple Scones
Caramel Sauce or Salted Caramel Sauce
French Toast with Pecan Streusel Bake
Hamburger Buns/Hot Dog Buns
How to Make Homemade Pasta
Chocolate Mocha Cake
Biscuits & Gravy
Cinnamon Crunch Scones
Chocolate Raspberry Torte with Chocolate Raspberry Ganache Filling
Chocolate Raspberry Ganache
Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Sausage Cheese Balls
How to replace canned soup in GF recipes
How to replace canned French Fried Onions in casseroles
GF Sandwich Bread w Grandmas GF Bread MixMy grandson has Celiac Disease, this bread was developed so he could have toast with his breakfast and a sandwich in his school lunch that he would enjoy.
GF Sandwich Bread w Grandmas GF Baking MixA great basic bread for sandwiches and breakfast toast as well as all the other recipes we will be using it in.
How to Set up a Gluten Free KitchenHow to set up a gluten free kitchen, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more assistance
Breakfast Sausage, Egg, and Cheese StrataWhen family comes for Christmas we always serve this Christmas morning before unwrapping gifts. Everyone loves it and they have no idea it is gluten free, they only know it is simply wonderful. (A rule of thumb is to use 1/2 c. bread, 1/4 c. each veggies, meat, cheese, eggs, & milk per person.)
Light as air PancakesSometime our family enjoys Brenner (Breakfast for Dinner). When we get the craving, it is always for these pancakes with blueberries or pecans and served with sausage patties, hot melted butter, and warmed syrup. Yum!
Belgian WafflesMy grandson David has his friends for sleepovers. They love coming here, because for breakfast the next morning they get these waffles flavored with either blueberries or chocolate chips and served with bacon and sausage, hot melted butter, and warmed syrup.
Fancy Egg ScrambleThis recipe is a great choice to serve at a brunch when you are also serving a French toast bake and want an egg dish without a lot of bread. You can even skip the bread topping and simply top with a bit more shredded cheee.
Blueberry MuffinsMother's day breakfast is always Blueberry Muffins hot from the oven slathered with butter.
Cranberry Orange MuffinsThanksgiving morning we want something very light so as not to spoil the coming feast. Cranberry Orange Muffins set a festive mood.
Sour Cream Chocolate CakeIn 1965 when I was a bride, this cake was my new husbands favorite, so his mother gave me the recipe. This is our family's chocolate cake for all occasions. Of course the original recipe used wheat flour. Years ago when I realized that I could convert our family's recipes to gluten free using my own Grandmas Gluten Free Bread & Baking Mix, this was the first one we tried and we've been making it ever since.
Fudge FrostingThis is my go to chocolate frosting. I use it for decorating cakes and it behaves very well.
PizzaOur family loves pizza. Several restaurants do offer a good GF pizza, but not delivery. I like to make these pizzas ahead and keep them in the freezer. When we want pizza, just take them out of the freezer, thqw for 15 minutes and bake. It will take a bit longer. Fresh, hot pizza faster than we can go pick it up.
Spicy Italian SaladSpicy Italian Salad is a delicious accompaniment to any Italian meal. The flavors really compliment pasta or pizza.
Fresh Strawberry CakeWe love fresh strawberries when they come in season. This is the perfect special occasion dessert to make when the first strawberries of the season appear-so good.
Cranberry Orange SconesOn Christmas Morning Cranberry Orange Scones topped with Orange Glaze and served with Orange butter really says Merry Christmas!
Favorite Dinner RollsThese rolls are very similar in texture and flavor to French Brioche. We serve them every holiday, they make the holiday special!
Pumpkin Walnut BreadEveryone loves Pumpkin Bread, especially around Halloween and Thanksgiving. This bread makes an awesome hostess gift if you are a guest for Thanksgiving Dinner (so bring two, one for the hostess to serve and one for the hostess later. The added benefit is that since it is gluten free, you are assured of having something for dessert.
Apricot Pecan BreadApricot Bread makes a great Christmas gift. I like to make a trio of different breads in mini loaf pans and put them in a basket with a choice of tea.
Pumpkin Walnut MuffinsPumpkin Walnut Muffins are a wonderful treat for the family. Nothing says Autumn like the smell of pumpkin and cinnamon on crisp, cool mornings.
Cranberry Apricot BreadCranberry Apricot Bread is great with a cup or coffee or tea on a cold winter night sitting by the fire. Also great in gift baskets!
Dilly BreadThe original recipe was handed down from my Mother in Law, Marjorie Baird over 50 years ago. I have since converted it to gluten free so my children's family can still enjoy it.
CornbreadMy father lived with our family after my mother died until he passed away at the age of 94. He grew up during the depression years, so he had simple tastes in food. Bean soup with cornbread was his favorite. Making it brings back great memories of my Daddy.
Cheesy Corny CornbreadSometimes we simply get tired of potatoes, rice or pasta as a starchy side dish. Cheesy corny cornbread takes the place of a side dish and a bread, and the family loves it.
Mexican cornbreadOur family lived in Oklahome for over 30 years and love Mexican food. So this cornbread is a favorite accompaniment to many dishes.
Banana Walnut BreadEveryone loves Banana Walnut Bread with a cup of coffee or tea when they are relaxing with a good book.
Vanilla GlazeOur family likes tea bread, especially on cold Winter nights, but we like it best topped with Vanilla Glaze.
HOW TO MAKE BREADCRUMBSNever, ever throw away any GF bread. Unless of course it's burnt or was dropped in the dirt, or something. Take your assorted bread slices, ends, buns, toast, etc. and put into a labeled plastic freezer bag. When the bag is filled, make crumbs. If desired you can season the bread first by spreading lightly with butter, then topping with seasoning of choice before drying in oven.
Slider BunsSliders are so much fun! Instead of serving hamburgers, you can serve hamburgers, mushroom swiss burgers, and bacon cheeseburgers. Everyone loves choices.
Ham, Egg, Apple, & Gouda Breakfast PaniniHam, Egg, Apple, and Gouda Panini can be prepared the night before and ready to cook for a delightful breakfast.
Italian Sausage or Pepperoni, Egg, Asiago Breakfast Panini with PestoWhen basil is plentiful in your herb garden, make pesto. Enjoy this delightful breakfast panini all year.
Bacon, Egg, Spinach, and Cheddar Breakfast PaniniA fun way to get your bacon and eggs for breakfast, with spinach to make it healthier.
Cinnamon RollsHomemade Cinnamon Rolls are always a treat. Take a pan to welcome a new neighbor and you'll really make an impression.
Pecan Sticky BunsStore bought can not compare with hot from the oven, homemade Pecan Sticky Buns, and they're Gluten Free!
Honey ButterWhen you have a friend who is under the weather take a pot of homemade soup and include a pan of cornbread and honey butter. It really will make them feel better plus it's very yummy!
Almond Poppy Seed MuffinsA delectable almond scented poppy seed muffin topped with almond glaze. Try an assortment of muffins including almond poppy seed muffins at your next gathering and get ready for the compliments.
Almond GlazeAlmond Glaze is the perfect glaze for Almond Poppy Seed Muffins and Almond Poppy Seed Coffeecake. So Good!
Lemon Poppy Seed MuffinsLemon Poppy Seed Muffins have luscious lemon flavor and tender crumb. Perfection when glazed with Lemon Glaze.
Cinnamon Swirl Muffins with Cinnamon Streusel ToppingCinnamon Swirl Muffins are so good on a lazy Autumn morning with a good cup of coffee.
White Chocolate Raspberry SconesScrumptious scones filled with red ripe raspberries and decadent white chocolate. Can it get any better than this? Yes, topped with Vanilla Glaze.
Caramel Ribbon BrowniesFudgy brownies with a layer of caramel between layers. Absolutely decadent served topped with vanilla ice cream.
Peanut Butter BrowniesYummy Fudgy Brownies swirled with peanut butter. A brownie assortment is easy and fun for a dessert tray.
Warm Caramel Apple CakeA warm Apple Cake redolent with Caramel. Wonderful Autumn dessert served with ice cream.
Classic BrowniesThese are classic cake brownies, rich in chocolate. Delicious frosted with Fudge Frosting.
Fudgy BrowniesIf you like fudgy brownies, this is the one for you. Try Fudge Frosting on top for a real treat.
Cranberry Orange BreadOur family loves tea breads in the Autumn and Winter months to serve with a cup of tea or coffee. Cranberry Orange Bread is a favorite.
Cranberry Pecan BreadCranberry Pecan Bread is especially good due to the combination of fresh and dried cranberries. For a nice presentation, glaze with Vanilla Glaze and sprinkle a few dried cranberries and chopped pecans on top.
Italian Creme CakeItalian Crème Cake never fails to please. This also happens to be my son's favorite cake This recipe won First Place in a cake baking competition in Ohio during the 1970's. Enjoy!
Cream Cheese Coconut-Almond FrostingOur family loves Cream Cheese Frosting and we use it with different flavorings to frost many of our Specialty Cakes. It is always a popular choice.
Black Forest TorteBlack Forest Torte is the cake my daughter always chooses for her Birthday Cake. And why not? It's delicious!
Chocolate Almond FillingThis is a wonderful chocolate filling that can make your cake special. Other nuts may be used to replace almonds if you choose.
Whipped Cream FrostingWhipped Cream Frosting is great on many different cakes and pies, especially on Black Forest Torte and Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie.
Red Velvet CakeRed Velvet is in reality a chocolate cake with a pretty red color. This cake is always what my Mom, Jeanne, requests for her birthday. It's her favorite and I like it too. The original recipe calls for it to be frosted with Mock Whipped Cream, so I have included that recipe. However, I prefer to use Whipped Cream Frosting. You choose!
Mock Whipped Cream FrostingRed Velvet cake was created around 1930 and this is the frosting that was popular at the time. It enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in the 1950's and again recently. Personally, I prefer to use Whipped Cream Frosting on it, but you decide.
German Sweet Chocolate CakeGerman's Sweet Chocolate was created by a German man in 1852. In 1957 an American woman used the chocolate to make German Sweet Chocolate cake with Coconut Pecan Frosting and Filling It was my late mother's favorite cake. We always made it for her birthday.
Coconut Pecan Filling & FrostingIf you love caramel, coconut, and pecans; you will love Coconut Pecan Frosting & Filling.
Texas Sheet CakeIn the 1950's my Mother was given this recipe (the original version, not my Gluten Free version) by a co worker at State Farm Insurance Company's iconic building in Bloomington, IL. This cake is still a winner, especially for taking to pot lucks and when you want to whip a dessert quickly.
White Chocolate CakeWhite Chocolate Cake recipe (before I converted the recipe to gluten free) was given to me by Mother in Law, Marjorie Baird in 1965. The original recipe dates back to the 1950s. This is a heavier cake than most, but delicious.
White Chocolate Frosting & FillingWhite Chocolate Frosting is a companion to White Chocolate Cake. A pretty cake with wonderful white chocolate flavor throughout.
Carrot CakeMy late husband loved carrot cake. The cake is believed to have originated from medieval times when people were too poor to afford sugar, so they used carrots for sweetener. The cake became very popular during WWII. And it's still good today!
Coconut CakeCoconut Cake is always a winner. This cake (gluten free no less) brought the highest bid at my grandson's school bake sale to raise money for missions. It's that good.
Hawaiian Wedding CakeA coconut cake frosted with a cream cheese frosting and garnished with fresh fruits. Beautiful for Spring and Summer bridal showers.
Cookie Pie CrustNever throw away your leftover cookies, turn them into cookie crumbs for Cookie Pie Crust. It is delicious and economical.
French Silk PieFrench Silk Pie is my daughter her son's favorite cream pie. This recipe won First Place in 2016 at a pie contest, cream pie division. Serve in small pieces because it's very rich and melts in your mouth!
Fresh Lemon PieMy late father, who loved all things lemon inspired this fresh lemon pie. Fresh lemons really make the flavor sing. It is now a favorite summertime dessert.
Coconut Cream PieCoconut Cream Pie is my son-in-law's favorite pie, so we have it often. Sweet coconut in every creamy bite!
Whipped Cream ToppingWhipped Cream is a treat. Cold, creamy, slightly sweet...the perfect topping for many cream pies.
Banana Cream PieMy late husband, Jerry loved Banana Cream Pie and requested it frequently. If you love bananas, you'll love them in this creamy, cool treat!
Butterscotch Cream PieButterscotch Cream Pie is unusual, but delicious. Make it once, and you're sure to want it again!
Caramel Cream PieCaramelizing sugar is a bit tricky, but once you master the technique you will be able to make Caramel Cream Pie to the amazement of your family!
Chocolate Cream PieMy late mother was a chocoholic, so this pie was a favorite of hers. It will probably become a favorite of yours as well!
Pineapple Cream PieMy late Father remembered Pineapple Cream Pie when he was young. Though I don't know how they got canned pineapple during the depression. He loved it 50 years later!
Fresh Strawberry PieThis fresh strawberry pie was a favorite pie of my late mothers. We used to pick strawberries fresh from the garden to enjoy this pie.
Kentucky Pecan PiePecan Pie is a bigger favorite for Thanksgiving in our home than Pumpkin Pie. This recipe was given to me by my Aunt Mary Lou, and I've used it ever since.
Caramel Apple PieIf you love apples dipped in caramel, Caramel Apple Pie is bound to be a favorite.
Apple PieIn the Autumn our family visits the apple orchards to buy bushels of apples. We use this recipe to prepare apple fillings for pies. Instead of pouring the apples into the pie crust, put them in Gallon freezer bags and freeze. Making an apple pie is a breeze when it's ready to go in the freezer.
Rhubarb PieMy Father always grew rhubarb so my Mother could make him this old fashioned treat, rhubarb pie.
Cherry PieCherry pie was my late Dad's and my Daughter's favorite fruit pie. We now alternate between apple, blueberry, and cherry pies for fruit pies at holidays. They are all good.
Fresh Peach PieOur family loves to go to Peach orchards and pick bushels of them. When we have lots of peaches we make up peach pie fillings and freeze them gallon bags. Peach pie all Winter, what a treat!
Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese PieThis pie is a cross between cheesecake and strawberry pie. What's not to love? It also happens to be my grandson's favorite fruit pie.
Blueberry PieBlueberry pie was my late husband's favorite fruit pie. It's delicious with vanilla ice cream..
Pumpkin PieMy daughter and I are some of the few people in the world who really don't care for pumpkin pie. My Dad however, loved it. So I have made many of them with no complaints1
Chocolate Mousse PieChocolate Mousse Pie is an elegant chocolate pie. Serve it at your next dinner party for rave reviews!
Chocolate Pecan CookiesMacaroon cookies are so good, this one replaces coconut with chocolate and pecans and is yummy!
SnickerdoodlesSnickerdoodles taste so good. Be sure to include them on a cookie tray for ladies bunko night.
Chocolate Peanut Butter CookiesMy daughter loves anything with chocolate and peanut butter. When she's had a bad day a batch of Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies is sure to bring a smile!
Chocolate Chunk CookiesThis is the ultimate chocolate chunk cookie. The recipe can be doubled because you'll probably want more!
Sugar CookiesDecorated Sugar cookies are always so festive. For the first or last day of school what can be more fun for little ones than to come home to freshly baked sugar cookies that they can sprinkle as they wish!
How to make Gluten Free Panko style Breadcrumbs.There are many uses for Panko breadcrumbs. Now we can have them Gluten Free!
Blueberry SconesMy daughter loves blueberries. We all love these blueberry scones when blueberries are in season.
Orange ButterWhenever we serve cranberry orange muffins, cranberry orange tea bread, or cranberry orange scones; we also serve orange butter. Such a treat!
Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese FrostingI have made Strawberry Cake for years with a cake mix, jello, and frozen strawberries. So when I developed the Fresh GF Strawberry Cake I also wanted a Fresh Strawberry Frosting.
Orange GlazeCranberry Orange Scones, Cranberry Orange Pecan Bread, and Cranberry Orange Muffins are wonderful glazed with Orange Glaze and served with Orange Butter.
How to make GF CroutonsMany recipe call for croutons and flavored croutons. It is easy to make them from Grandmas GF Bread.
Blackberry CobblerWhen blackberries are in season, they are so sweet. This cobbler highlights their sweetness.
Peach CobblerWhen tree ripened peaches are abundant, cobbler is one of the ways we like to enjoy them.
Blueberry French Toast BakeFor a lazy brunch after early church this dish is perfect. You can take the French toast out of fridge while you are at church, then put it in the oven when you get home. A nice treat for the family. Great served with sausage patties.
Cinnamon Raisin French Toast BakeCinnamon and raisins bring visions of Autumn. This French toast bake is terrific for an Autumn brunch.
Sausage and Egg with Biscuits & Gravy CasseroleMy Dad loved biscuits and gravy. This is a very good breakfast casserole for biscuit and gravy lovers and everyone else.
Italian Breakfast BakeOur family loves ethnic foods including Italian. This Italian Breakfast Bake is a nice change from the usual fare.
Mexican Breakfast BakeHaving lived in Oklahoma for a long time, our family developed a love of Mexican food. This breakfast casserole reminds us of those days!
Fresh Strawberry SconesWhen strawberries are plentiful and cheap, we enjoy these scones for a weekend breakfast treat.
BiscuitsOur family likes biscuits with butter and jam for breakfast; or biscuits and gravy; biscuits are good with fried chicken and pork chops. Life requires biscuits.
Sausage and Egg Biscuit with Gravy BakeThis is a great dish to take to brunch get-togethers. Men love biscuits and gravy in any form, it won't fail to please.
Caramel Apple SconesI adore Caramel Apple Scones. When apples are plentiful and the cooler days of Autumn have arrived, I absolutely crave these scones.
Caramel Sauce or Salted Caramel SauceCaramel is a favorite in this household. This caramel sauce is wonderful on Apple Scones. But also great on ice cream, as a dip for apples, and to use for Choco-Caramel Cookies (recipe in Going Gluten Free...And Loving It Holidays).
Pecan StreuselStreusel toppings are terrific on muffins, tea breads, and French Toast with Pecan Streusel Bake.
Hamburger Buns/Hot Dog BunsMy grandson, David doesn't care for store bought hamburger buns. But he loves these!
How to Make Homemade PastaI have tried numerous recipes for homemade gluten free pasta; this one works best using a pasta machine. .
Chocolate Mocha CakeWhen we moved to Tennessee in 2016 we were in an apartment for a year and all my recipes were in storage. I needed to make a cake, so I looked online to find my sour cream chocolate cake recipe. I couldn't fine it, but I found a chocolate mocha cake which I was able to convert to GF. We liked it so much we added to our cake collection.
Biscuits & GravyI lived in Ohio for 6 years and loved Bob Evans sausage gravy and biscuits. This is my gluten free version. Pretty close.
Cinnamon Crunch SconesWhen I created the Caramel Apple Scones, our family really enjoyed them. My grandson, David told me he liked the apple scones, but next time could I make crunchy cinnamon ones? So these were created next, anything for the grandkid! And they are wonderful!
Chocolate Raspberry Torte with Chocolate Raspberry Ganache FillingThis is a cake to impress. Whenever we take this cake to a family gathering it is always a big hit. Not too sweet, even the men enjoy it.
Chocolate Raspberry GanacheChocolate ganache is wonderful. It is used to fill cakes, roll up in filled roll cakes, and to make truffles.
Blueberry PancakesMy late husband loved blueberry pancakes with blueberry syrup. This was a nice treat on lazy saturdays.
Chocolate Chip PancakesWhen my grandson has his friends over for sleepovers, they all request these pancakes. They have no clue that they are gluten free.
Pecan PancakesI first had pecan pancakes at Cracker Barrel. I have been making them ever since. Except these are gluten free, of course.
Blueberry SyrupIHOP has a selection of flavored syrups. As a kid, I had to try each one. I loved the blueberry one, as an adult I was delighted to discover I could make my own.
Sausage Cheese BallsWe often take these to church gatherings and there are never any left, no matter if we double or triple the recipe. And they have no idea that they are gluten free.
How to replace canned soup in GF recipesIn the 1950's, to increase soup sales, Campbell's kitchen invented numerous casseroles, using their soup, that became traditional holiday dishes. They all contain wheat. This recipe allows you to make these casseroles with a soup replacement with the same taste and consistency as the original.
How to replace canned French Fried Onions in casserolesFor years I could replace the soup the green bean casserole, but not the onion rings. Finally, I came up with this recipe and green bean casserole was back on our Holiday menus. Now there are store bought French Fried Onions as well, if you can find them.
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GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT is a collection of cookbooks that feature gluten free recipes that are also soy free and have the option to be dairy free. The free cookbook is a sampling of recipes from GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-BRUNCH BREAD AND DESSERTS & GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-HOLIDAYS & (coming soon) GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-30 MEALS READY IN 30 MINUTES. If you enjoy these recipes, you certainly will enjoy my other cookbooks. While the GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT COOKBOOK recipes were all formulated using my own Grandmas GF Baking Mix, Grandmas GF Bread Mix, & Grandmas GF Cake Mix; you certainly can substitute another GF mix if you prefer. Thank you for your interest in GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT COOKBOOKS. Please feel free to check out my website http://grandmasgfgoodies.com and email me with any questions or suggestions firstname.lastname@example.org My prayer is that my cookbooks and baking mixes can help you on your Going Gluten Free Journey and that you will Love It!
Twelve years ago when my only grandson, David, was 21 months old he was diagnosed failure to thrive and his parents were told he was starving to death. It was Celiac Disease. We had never heard of Celiac Disease, but were told that he could never again eat anything containing wheat, barley, oats, or rye. David liked toast and jam for his breakfast, so I went to the grocery and bought a loaf of gluten free bread, which when he took a bite, he promptly spit out. I tasted it, I might as well have eaten the wrapper it came in, it wouldn't have tasted any worse. Since I am a baker and bread maker, I thought "how hard can it be to simply replace the wheat flour and make my own gluten free bread?" I bought rice flour and attempted to make bread with it...a total disaster. OK, I thought, this is going to be a bit more difficult than anticipated. Next, I bought bread mixes at the store and they were better, but I believed that I surely could do better. Since my son-in-law is a chemist he helped me to determine the ratio of proteins and starches needed in various alternative flours that would most closely resemble those properties in wheat flours. We turned to ancient grains for the most part and developed our own gluten free flour blend; Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies was born. This cookbook has the recipe for making white sandwich bread, hamburger buns, and slider buns using Grandmas GF Bread Mix which has everything in it except for milk, eggs, and oil which you add. I have also included the recipes for white sandwich bread, hamburger buns, and slider buns using Grandmas GF Baking Mix which I use for all my baking. For more information about Grandmas GF Bread Mix or Grandmas GF Baking Mix or to purchase, the website is http://grandmasgfgoodies.com. There the ingredients are listed in case of allergies. Please feel free to email us email@example.com with any questions. Happy Baking!
Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners can be depressing when you have Celiac Disease. Imagine that you are invited to dinner at your in-laws and of course they don't really understand the restrictions of your diet. You can eat the turkey, but even then if it was stuffed with bread stuffing you run the risk of cross contamination. You can eat the mashed potatoes, and the sweet potatoes and hope that no spoons used to serve these dishes also went into the broccoli rice casserole or the green bean casserole and contaminated the potatoes. No gravy, no rolls, no casseroles, no desserts. Here's an idea- volunteer to bring a dish like Broccoli Rice Casserole or Green Bean Casserole and a pie from this cookbook that is gluten free to take to a holiday gathering so you know there will something there that you like and can eat (just be sure you get to it first). Or better yet host the Holiday dinner for your family and no one but you will know it's Gluten Free. Many of my customers also have other allergies, the most common is dairy allergies. For those who also have dairy allergies, all the recipes in this cookbook can be made very successfully using coconut milk or almond milk and dairy free margarine. Please check out our website for the ingredients in our Baking Mixes http://grandmasgfgoodies.com or feel free to contact our email with any questions or suggestions firstname.lastname@example.org . I hope this cookbook helps you to enjoy your gluten free journey! Jeanne & Michelle
My toddler grandson was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 12 years ago. No cereal, no bread, no pasta! Our family's first thought was, what can he eat? I bought bread at the store and it was awful. My son in law is a chemist so over the past 12 years he has helped me to choose alternative flours based on their protein and starch content that most closely resemble the properties in wheat flour and I have developed my own baking blends, "Grandmas Gluten Free Bread Mix", "Grandmas Gluten Free Baking Mix" and "Grandmas Gluten Free Cake Mix". I teach people how to set up a gluten free kitchen, how to make their own bread, pancakes, waffles, crepes, muffins, scones, tea breads, cakes, and pies using my blends. I also have customers with dairy allergies; all the recipes in this cookbook also work very well using either coconut milk or almond milk and dairy free margarine that is good for baking. My customers have requested this cookbook to help them on their gluten free and loving it journey! Please take a look at our website to see the ingredients in our baking mixes http://grandmasgfgoodies.com and feel free to contact our email with any questions or suggestions email@example.com. I hope you love the journey, too. Jeanne & Michelle