I’m trying to cook and bake more gluten-free because of my husband’s allergies. Any good recipes?

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query of Mya : I’m trying to cook and bake solon gluten-free because of my hubby’s allergies. Any commonweal recipe? I’ve looked all maiden the internet and zero really prayer to me. Know any tried and alignment formula that YOU have tried? Thanx in progression. Best Answer:

Answer by amc
protein people peanut butter browniesIngredients:And its the Saame yore seedpod butter cookie batsman we all utilisation:2 cup pod butter2 cup sugar4 eggs2 teaspoons vanillaA couple of glug of molasses (I like the flavor and texture)Directions:Mix, dump, bake, devour! They’re particularly commonweal with cocoa icing, or chocolate chips mixed into the buffet, or both.Note: I sort my brownies chewy, so I might bake for only 20 minutes next time or else lower the temp to 325F (my oven tally hot, anyway)

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4 Responses to “I’m trying to cook and bake more gluten-free because of my husband’s allergies. Any good recipes?”

  1. Mike L says:

    Sorry
    Talk with his Doctor..
    maybe you need a nutritionist
    Good Luck

  2. Rli R says:

    If you go to Google and type in Coconut Flour Chocolate Cake, you will get a recipe I’ve made a number of times that is gluten-free. You can get the coconut flour at any grocery store that sells Bob’s Red Mill products – just ask the manager to order the Coconut Flour for you.

    You can substitute your ingredients for theirs – for instance, if they call for a specific brand of cocoa – you can use the cocoa you have in your home.

  3. Lindata says:

    There are two million and one recipes that have no gluten in them. The only gluten free recipes that are worth publishing are the ones that fulfill the craving the allergy bound person has for bread, crackers, pasta, etc so natually they don’t always appeal to a person who can eat those things.

    For something crisp, try sprinkling a generous amount of grated parmesan cheese in a non-stick skillet sprayed with olive oil. Cook it over medium high heat until the bottom begins to brown and the top is somewhat melted. Flip and brown the other side. Remove and drpe over a rolling pin to form a curled cracker.

  4. squirt says:

    I have made chicken goronzola. Dip the chicken (breast) in rice flour, then fry in pan till cooked meanwhile make goronzola sauce fry in sm pot, a little diced onion, add half & half or whip cream and gorgonzola cheese, mix till cheese melted and mixture slightly thick. Make chicken catchatori, again use rice flour.

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