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My husband is allergic to Tapioca, All grasses including rice. milk and all brassicas, and the onion and marrow families. He is also allergic to Shellfish and Rabit but that another story. He is GF too!!!!
We have now made 4 loaves in our breadmaker using your basic 3 +3 +1.5+1.5 recipe but without the rice. We used Millet in one loaf and Buckwheat in the others. We are using weight not volume so we are just using thirds or sixths of our final 500g of flour. The bread tastes great and looks okay too.
We want to now try other flours such as lentil but we are not sure if it is medium or heavy?? What are your criteria for Light Medium and Heavy?
Cara, love your website!! So darn adorable & sweet! So creative!
Living in Central America, and making most of my own flours….
Where would you put banana flour and cassava flour
Medium or heavy?
I made the bread today and it’s delicious, I finally feel like I’m eating bread again but this time it’s without the usual bloating! I used gram and quinoa flours.
Question – does this butter taste salty? I’m looking for an unsalted butter recipe for baking (yeah, I don’t like salt in my butter!)
Is it ok to use just a pinch for blending.
I scrolled all the way down here just to tell you that not only is everything amazing about your website from the creativity to the tangible energy I can feel through your recipes and descriptions (and might I add the hilarity- you have me literally lol’ing), but as a proud OCD chef with no time to waste, who likes to understand a recipe within the first 10 seconds of looking at it, your recipes are so easy to read!!!! Thank you!!! Lol I just had to put this here because like 99% of the recipes on the internet and even sometimes in books ARE NOT EASY TO READ and it drives me crazy. The writer either writes their whole life story, includes unnecessary info put in unnecessary places, and/or slaps ingredients down with no flow and consideration for the people reading. But your recipes are the perfect amount of background, humor, and added input, and have awesome flow and are brilliantly written in all ways! I can tell you care and just wanted to say thanks!!
Also, yay for kid friendly/vegan/gf recipes!! You’re just amazing!!
100% agree!! Definitely all pet peeves of mine! That is also why I too, love this site!
Well, you guys just made my day…THANK YOU!!!
I just made tortillas from receipe off cassava flour bag and tho they tasted delis my dough was dry .When I rolled them out they were crumbly can I add more water or more olive oil? I made come crackers also and kind of had the same problem they were very tasty though. So glad I discovered your flour.
What if I actually wanted to add egg and substitute regular milk? Would that work? AND, if so, how many eggs to the recipe? Thx!
I didn’t create this recipe with eggs in mind so that isn’t something I can help with, sorry!
I have just had testing done and have a high sensitivity to buckwheat and corn. Any suggestions what I can swap the 1/4 c buckwheat for?
almond- amaranth – brown rice- teff flour all can substitute heavy flour like buckwheat. If you use coconut flour use only half of the amount
Corn can be exchanged with arrowroot, potato starch, rice flour, tapioca flour. They all very nice. Find them in Indian or Asian grocery , very cheap. Good luck:)
I don’t usually comment on recipes, but this was delicious! I made it twice this weekend! It is also my first tofu scramble but I don’t think I want to try any other versions, this one was perfect! Thank you! Looking forward to trying more from you!
Oh, this was absolutely delicious! My first time trying tofu in this manner,it was a hit with my whole family, even my two toddler age grandsons. They ate three plates each! Thank you so much for posting this. As a new vegan, it was priceless! 🙂
I am a former private chef to entertainers and have a lot of experience with baking and cooking. This recipe really is the best Gluten Free Vegan Cinnamon Rolls! Just follow exactly as written and all should be OK. I don’t substitute unless stated. (chia seeds can be doubled in place of psyllium) The best part about the rolls is that everyone can eat them and every one loves them. Cinnamon rolls was the first real recipe I learned as a child in home economics so I am sentimental and very selective when it comes to the recipe. Thank you for yours!
I adore your blog!! Your recipes are AMAZING!! This week I’ve made the vegan sandwich bread and last night I made the tortillas both were sensational!!! THANK YOU for your fabulous work!!!
great bread finally something that tastes like bread
thanks so much
So delicious! I decided to try making my own bread at home, as the store-bought gluten-free bread is pretty expensive. So glad that I tried this recipe!! It has a crunchy crust and soft interior. It has a bit of a nutty flavour and is definitely hearty.
I made a few of substitutions. I didn’t have millet flour, so I used a 1:1 ratio with sorghum flour instead. I didn’t have tapioca starch, so I used 1/4 cup of potato starch. I didn’t have ground chia seeds, so I just used whole chia seeds and mixed them into the dry ingredients.
All in all… a total success! Will definitely make it again =)
This has been a very useful guide I have crohns disease and illoestomy and my candida is so bad right now all my consultant has said to me is the bad bacteria growth in my body is very high but he hasn’t done anything to help me so I am on a mission to help myself I hope incorporating some some of these things into my diet helps I hate feeling so fatigue , having constant brain fog and just generally feeling run down . Thank you for you advice and help
why is it refined coconut oil in the vegan butter recipe as opposed to unrefined?
Refined doesn’t have the coconut flavor. It is a neutral flavor.
Eager to know if flax seed meal is a light starch or a medium flour. So also is chia seed flour a light starch or a medium flour.
Hey Koshy! Actually neither are in the flour category, instead they are egg replacers 🙂
I have been looking for a tofu scramble that has flavor but not the use of veggies. My husband isn’t a fan of onions and peppers. I was so happy to have find this! Knowing our tastebuds, I reduced the spices to 1/4tsp per and it came out perfect! Thank you for this recipe. It will become a weekend staple. 🙂
Thank you, this was really informative.
I am going to try the bread and see how I am getting on. I baked gluten free in the past but haven’t for the last year and have bought everything and feeling pretty drained as a result so I am going to kick myself back into the kitchen and the baking with all your fantastic recipes ;0)
I would like to kiss your talented hands for creating this amazingly delicious , fluffy, beautiful bread. I am on my third loaf in 2 days ???? Its truly difficult to find bread that taste this good. Even wholefoods doesn’t have any. I am sure glad I found you on Google. Thank you ? I have stopped eating nasty rice bread cause it was like a block of brick. But not anymore. Woohooo….. Looking forward to making that French toast for my bday tmrw 🙂
Is this a recipe or is it from a box? Do you have the brand name?
My husband has blood sugar, and he is trying to control by exercise and diet. No medication. I was looking for some smoothi idea with home made protein powder. Thanks for sharing. I have few questions.
1. Can I add some dry fruit powders to this/ Like, dired dates powder, cashew powder.
2. Can I add sprouted Alfafa seed powder?
I can make above two powders at home.
i HAVE several different autoimmune diseases. Pernicious
Anaemia, thyroid, polymyalgia Rheumatica and have had
two heart attacks. I have had an operation to remove 15 inches
of my intestine. My energy is low. Any simple food recipes that are easy to prepare??
We seem to have quite a bit in common, I am also looking for the same food wise. I was wondering what type of thyroid disorder you have? If it happens to be hypo like myself, have you looked in to taking a form of T3? Many of us can have perfect blood tests and feel awful because we aren’t actually converting the T4 to T3 which basically makes it useless. I wish you all the best.
Thank you thank you thank you! This recipe is amazing! Husband approved 🙂
Dear Cara, I am on week 3 of my Candida diet, and I can not express how happy I was to find your website. It has been a struggle to find a good GF yeast free bread recipe. I will try your recipe ASAP, as I love bread and have been suffering for not being able to eat it since most of the recipes call for yeast. Thank you for sharing your experience and your recipes! You are making lots of people lives happier! Namaste! 🙂
I was looking at your scrambled tofu recipe for confirmation on amounts etc. Can I suggest making it with Himalayan Black Salt for those that like the “eggy” smell/flavour?? I use this in other dishes for replacing the egg and I’m looking forward to trying scrambled tofu too now!!!! <3
I was looking at the recipe for the flour blend…brown rice flour, arrowroot, potato starch and sorghum…..is it okay to use millet, quinoa, teff, coconut flour in place of the sorghum…
Hello from Lisa
Can I make a pumpkin loaf out of the pumpkin muffin receipe??.
I hope so….I am so glad I found this site…just came to me..
I made this last night. It’s absolutely delicious. Hands down the best vegan yellow cake I’ve made. Other cake recipes I’ve tried turn out too greasy or too dry. This one is perfect. My kids loved it too,especially the frosting, they couldn’t stop licking the bowl.
What kind of flour can I replace the oat flour with?
Trying to loose wt have been under weather for few yrs also quit smoking. My son had cancer and he had put on Xtra 50lbs as myself too. Have tummy problems from my colon cancer so want to learn gluten free foods. Help please.
Savanna @ Gluten Free Vegan Pantry
This is such an incredible resource to be able to provide for people. You have always been my go-to source for all my gluten-free baking needs and I have learned so much that I was able to launch my own gluten-free blog. I would benefit from this e-resource by being able to build on the knowledge I have already accumulated from you. Thank you so much for sharing all your tips and tricks with the blogosphere! You’re amazing!
Wow, this is the sweetest thing to hear! Thank you SO MUCH Savanna, xo
Can i sub the olive oil with bacon fat? I have a salicylate sensitivity
Not really sure what you are referring to Evelyn as this comment is in reply to Newsletter. Will you let me know which recipe you are referring to and I can help! xo
I have a lot of recent allergies and seems more all the time. Gluten eggs peanuts almonds tomatoes corn popcorn eggplant and others I can’t remember because I don’t eat them. Do you have any good resources for all these allergies?
Would you please provide portions for your gluten free flour you posted on your website. There are four ingredients in my blend: brown rice flour, sorghum flour, arrowroot powder, and potato starch
I am probably way too excited about this. The New York style cheesecake would be my jam 🙂 but so would the key lime.
hi cara, i was just wondering how i woul dmake this bread in a bread maker?
What is the size of the loaf pan used for the recipe?
Thank you for adding me!!
I’m looking so forward to getting recipes for my sister…after a rough few years and almost loosing her twice, we found out she indeed has Celiac disease and is Lactose intolerant.
Learning all I can to make her foods that won’t hurt her has been a journey for myself!! PLEASE if ANY OF YOU have any great tasting recipes for Easter that you’re willing to share with me PLEASE EMAIL ME!! I’ll take all the info and suggestions I can get!!
HAPPY EASTER and Blessing’s to each of you always 🙂
Sorry I left that out!! LOL
Thank you for adding me. I am on the lookout for tasty recipes as both my daughter and myself are increasingly intolerant of gluten and dairy. We are also reducing the sugar in our diet.( trying to)
So yum! Thank you.
Thank you for your wonderful recipes. My 3 year old daughter is very allergic to dairy/eggs/peanuts and tree nuts. She get’s so excited when she can try knew foods especially when its a candy or desert.
To Whom It May Concern,
It has been determined, after many months of attempting to desensitize to one of my allergens, that I must go gluten free.
For over a year now, I have been fussing with this allergy issue by making my own bread, of a Quinoa type, but also which still has 100 % organic and non-gmo wheat flour in the recipe.
Given that I am also allergic to all nuts and rice, etc., I cannot use a nut based flour. I want to continue making my own bread, but I’m having difficulties finding any recipes where I can use Quinoa and Coconut flour, or a bean flour (Which I think I would truly like).
Have you got any recommendations or recipes to share? I’d sure like to know so I can make some good, light, fluffy, bread…….AND, without Xantham gum. Ya know? Digestive issues suck. Thank you.
i use psyllium instead of gum….one to one ratio
i process it in coffee mill…works great.
It’s not a fluffy bread, but it’s a delicious bready-type food using chickpea flour, try David Lebovitz’s recipe for socca. Comes out crispy and tender all at once. I brush olive oil on top after cooking it, oil that also has herbs, salt, pepper, and garlic, it’s delicious.
I try to incorporate ancient grains into lots of recipes. You’ve given me fabulous options and I thank you!
I’d appreciate knowing the percentage of calcium and omega-3 RDAs of these grains. As a vegan, I find it very easy to meet protein needs but monitoring intake of other nutrients more difficult.
this is really great! i am doing a fundraiser and these ideas are sure to help thanks
What could I substitute for the chia seeds in the everything bagel recipe? Is there a specific purpose they serve? 🙂 Thanks for making these recipes. It’s nice to be able to enjoy tasteful breads still being gluten free. Most of the ones on the grocery shelves are nearly not edible! 🙂
I think u can use flax seeds instead of chia seeds
Thanks for the recipes! I’m a teen who loves to cook. I am a vegetarian(maybe soon a vegan!). I love ice cream and am so happy for some recipes!
Thank you! I’m gluten intolerant trying to lose weight so look forward to plenty of healthy recipes. ..