gluten-free breakfasts 4 results
  • Gluten-Free Pear Cake

      Ever wondered why there are so many gluten-free flours? It’s funny, isn’t it?  We all felt so limited when we went gluten-free.  All of a sudden there was a huge list of foods we couldn’t eat. But have you ever stopped to think about all the foods we CAN eat?  It’s a much better way to look at a gluten-free diet, don’t ya think? For instance, think about all of the gluten-free flours we can use in our baked goods.  It’s amazing!  It’s way better than ...
  • Raw Apple Zucchini Bread

    This is definitely not your traditional bread recipe (check my recipe page for some of those).  But raw breads are pretty easy to make, and they’re great for those of us who have moved away from yeasted breads, even of the gluten-free variety. I have recently accepted that I am battling an overgrowth of candida. Two years ago I suffered a miscarriage and immediately after that I got a horrible double ear infection.  Let me tell you, it was a rough few months. One of the ...
  • Gluten-Free Peach Scones with Maple-Peach Cashew Cream

    Scones are definitely one of Pete’s favorite treats. We both grew up on them – me with my Irish Grandmother and Pete with his British parents. I love that they're naturally low in sugar, and they're relatively easy to make. I bake them on special occasions and we usually gobble them up in a couple of days! A few years ago Pete and I went to the West Coast of Canada and found this amazing little café in a spot called Deep Cove. This was before Pete’s celiac diagnosis so we found ...
  • All But Gluten – Breads, Muffins and other Baked Goods

    One of the trickiest items to replace when people go gluten-free is bread. For some reason, bread has become a North American staple in our diets. We seem to serve bread at almost every meal these days. So it makes perfect sense that losing bread is the hardest part of a change to a gluten-free diet. When Pete was first diagnosed with Celiac Disease (about 8 years ago) the gluten-free bread options were pretty sparse, and those that were on the market were a lot like cardboard. But ...