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Eating gluten-free is a challenge, especially if you love all-things bread and miss all the yummy baked goods. Our Gluten-Free Sourdough Starter will be your hero, and our gluten-free recipes will be your guide!
We have gluten-free recipe alternatives for nearly every occasion and mealtime your heart and stomach desire. Have sweet muffins for breakfast, a savory sandwich for lunch, and a side of fluffy rolls at dinner.
Having a gluten allergy is hard, but changing your diet doesn't have to be. Explore our recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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This traditionally fermented flatbread of Ethiopia has a sponge-like texture and wonderful depth of flavor. Made with gluten-free grains and a gluten-free starter, this bread can be eaten alongside stews, meats, and vegetables of all sorts.
Reminiscent of the buttery snack crackers that line grocery store shelves, this gluten-free version is easy to make and a great way to use up extra starter.
With a flexible texture and a sturdy structure, this gluten-free sourdough, vegan whole-grain sandwich bread bread is perfect for slicing and toasting for breakfast or making hearty sandwiches for lunch. It is also vegan and made without the use of gums.
Free of gluten and full of flavor, these muffins are wholesome and delicious. Spread them with butter and serve next to a pot of soup or as an accompaniment to eggs for breakfast.
With plenty of banana flavor and just a hint of sweetness from fruit and honey, this gluten-free cake is great snack for any time of day.
Made with buckwheat, sorghum, and just enough tapioca flour to bind it, this pasta is packed with fiber and nutrition. This hearty pasta stands up well to a bold tomato sauce or a simple garlic and olive oil dressing.
These gluten-free doughnuts are made much like their wheat counterparts in that they are rolled and cut and left to rise. They are slightly denser than no-cut doughnuts but deliciously golden and familiar to make.
These honey-based glaze recipes are perfect for dipping those fresh-fried sourdough doughnuts and sharing with a crowd. Put both of these glazes on the table, or dip them yourself, and you’ll have enough for a large batch of honey-glazed doughnuts.
For a quick, fermented breakfast, this sourdough granola really hits the spot. The oats are fermented while the seeds are soaked and activated. It all comes together to create an easy-to-digest crunchy cereal, plus it's gluten-free!
With three types of seeds, these gluten-free crackers are hearty and protein-packed. Serve them with cheese or your favorite fermented dip!