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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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Also known as an oven pancake or a puffed pancake, this Dutch Baby is the fermented, gluten-free version of a one-pan breakfast. For those mornings when you need something warm, filling, and fermented, this egg-rich pancake is a nice change from Gluten-Free Sourdough Pancakes.
These fun, Asian-style noodles are made quite differently than traditional pasta. While the technique is more like making a crepe, the result is a chewy, satisfying noodle that makes a great addition to soups or stir-fries! These noodles are best eaten immediately after cooking so feel free to halve the recipe for a smaller batch.
This is a great lunch or supper recipe for utilizing excess gluten-free sourdough starter. It is unique enough to bring fun to the table and healthy enough to eat every day.
These crepes are a great way to use “discarded” gluten-free sourdough starter. Set your starter to be fed first thing in the morning and wow your family with this recipe for tender, gluten-free crepes that can be filled with sweet or savory fillings.
This firm-textured biscuit with rich flavor and just a hint of sourdough tang hits the spot when on a grain-free diet.
This skillet-cooked English muffin is a hearty gluten-free, whole grain breakfast bread, nuttier than its store-bought wheat counterpart, but still delicious when split, toasted, and buttered. And it’s gluten-free!v
This pizza crust gets lift not only from the sourdough starter, but also from an addition of baking powder. It is light and fluffy and reminiscent of the wheat-based pan pizzas we are familiar with.
With a sweet cinnamon filling and a soft, supple dough (made without using gums), these cinnamon rolls really hit the spot for gluten-free eaters. Ferment the dough overnight and then form the cinnamon rolls in the morning for a lovely addition to brunch or breakfast.
This lightly sweetened cake is chock full of apples and cinnamon for a snack cake that can be eaten any time of day. While the recipe calls for a fermentation period, this can be bypassed and the cake can be mixed and baked immediately with discarded gluten-free sourdough starter.
Eggs can work wonders in gluten-free baking, but unfortunately not everyone can tolerate them. This recipe for gluten-free snickerdoodles removes the eggs and uses a little help from flax seed to create the right amount of binding.
Pancakes are always a treat, and these give you a hearty start to the day.
This tasty cornbread is made from gluten-free sourdough, so you can enjoy it and know you're still getting healthy probiotics into your body!