Mar 292014
 
Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Mix

Yes, I’m still in the process of clearing out my pantry and using up the gluten-free flours/mixes I bought on sale, including a bag of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Mix.

Pizza is one of the foods I miss most since going gluten-free, and while places like Mellow Mushroom offer really good gluten-free pizza options, they cost a small fortune. So it’s not something I can afford to have every weekend. Or even once a month. Continue reading »

Mar 042014
 
Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls

I’m still working on clearing out old expired stuff from my kitchen, and I finally found a use for my King Arthur Gluten Free Multi-Purpose Flour that had a sell by date of January 2013. I wasn’t all that keen to make the popover recipe on the back of the box, so I ventured to the company website for further inspiration, and I’m glad I did because it has a good selection of recipes. That’s where I found this one for gluten-free cinnamon rolls. Continue reading »

Feb 212014
 
Gluten Free All Purpose Flour

Gluten-free baking mixes and flours are expensive. When I see some on sale I tend to buy a box (or three) thinking that I might as well snap the stuff up at a decent price because, you know, I’ll end up using it all eventually. Continue reading »

Jul 312013
 

Hodgson Mill Gluten Free Bread MixIt has been too long since I last updated this blog, and for that I apologize. The summer has slipped away from me while I’ve been happily distracted with other things.

I plan to continue with my “Cake Blogging 101” series, as I have a few more topics I’d like to cover, and in a week I’ll be in Lexington, KY for the ICES Annual Convention. I’m packing my Chromebook and will have my iPhone, so if you follow me on Instagram, look forward to photos and maybe even some video clips. But for now, here’s the review for that gluten-free bread mix I used over a month ago. Finally. Continue reading »

Jan 112013
 

Gluten Free Pantry French Bread and Pizza Mix
One of the truly frustrating things about following a gluten-free diet is how much more expensive the gluten-free version of anything is. I know, ideally I shouldn’t be buying and using packaged foods in the first place, but every once in a while I want bread, dang it. Both prepared gluten-free bread loaves and the boxed mixes are pricey, so I couldn’t afford to have them all the time even if I wanted to. Continue reading »

Nov 202012
 

Pamela's Gluten Free Cornbread Mix
I love cornbread, and even though it’s not at all difficult to make from scratch, I decided to try some Pamela’s Gluten-Free Cornbread Mix when I saw that it was on sale. When I mixed and baked this cornbread the first time, I was not impressed. The muffins were thick, dry, heavy, and tasted more like grits than cornbread. Continue reading »

Aug 312012
 

Baked and Sliced Grain Free Bread LoafI was not looking for a grain-free bread recipe when I found this one posted online, and I apologize for not taking note where I spotted it, because now I can’t remember. Nor do I recall what recipe I was originally looking for (it most likely involved chocolate), because once I discovered this easy recipe for a loaf of grain-free bread, I decided to try it right away. Especially since I had all the necessary ingredients. Continue reading »

Aug 072012
 

Gluten-Free Buttermilk BiscuitsI grew up in Tennessee, so my taste for southern fare like grits, cornbread, and buttermilk biscuits is understandable. While grits and cornbread can be made without gluten, biscuits are bit trickier. I’ve tried subbing various gluten-free flours and baking mixes for the all-purpose flour in my favorite buttermilk biscuit recipe, but with unsatisfactory results. Continue reading »

Jul 282012
 

Gluten Free Pantry Favorite Sandwich Bread Mix ReviewBack before going gluten-free, I ate a LOT of bread and craved starchy carbs often. Since giving up the gluten, I find that I don’t need bread, but every so often I still enjoy having it. I particularly miss cheese and Branston Pickle sandwiches and cinnamon toast. Unfortunately, gluten free stuff can be really expensive, and it rarely seems to go on sale, but I recently picked up a box of Gluten Free Pantry’s Favorite Sandwich Bread Mix at a decent price. Continue reading »

Jul 022011
 

Namaste Foods Gluten Free Bread Mix ReviewRecently I made a loaf of bread using a bag of Namaste Foods Gluten Free Bread Mix. I bought this on sale at some point, and it subsequently sat in the pantry for a while. I’m not sure how long, but there’s another 8 months to go until the use-by date, so I’m not worried. Continue reading »