Hearty, Fluffy Gluten Free Oat Bread Recipe

Gluten free oat bread is a delicious and nutritious alternative to conventional wheat bread. This hearty quick bread has a fluffy, tender texture and satisfying flavor that’s great for breakfast, brunch, or a snack. Plus, this gluten free bread is easy to make, and it’s versatile enough that you can tweak it to be dairy free, too.

What’s special about this gluten free oat bread recipe?

This gluten free oat bread recipe is made with simple ingredients that you likely already have in your pantry. It’s also low-allergen and can easily be made dairy free as well.

The combination of all-purpose gluten free flour blend and certified gluten free oat flour gives the bread a unique texture that is both light and fluffy but still hearty enough to keep you satisfied between meals.

And, it’s a quick bread, so there’s no yeast. Instead, you make this gluten free bread similarly … Read more

Bakery-Style Almond Flour Muffins

These almond flour muffins are just like the generous muffins you see in a bakery, but way lower carb and only lightly sweet. Make them with chocolate chips, whatever mix-in you like, or nothing at all!

What makes these almond flour muffins special

My kids really, really love it when I bake with almond flour. They don’t know Paleo from Schmaleo. They just know what they like. And these almond flour muffins keep my kids full all morning when they have them for breakfast.

My family likes that these muffins are sweet, tender and filling. I like that they’re lightly sweet, packed with lots of healthy fats and low in simple carbs. I consider these a true breakfast food, and they also double as a great afternoon gf snack.

These almond flour muffins are, in fact, compliant with the Paleo diet, but I find myself less and less concerned with … Read more

Gluten Free Applesauce Muffins

Satisfy your urge for a simple, tender bite of something lightly sweet with these simple gluten free applesauce muffins. Add some more warm spices, or keep them simple to serve for breakfast, or brunch!

What makes these gluten free muffins with applesauce special?

Usually, when we describe something as “plain,” it’s not intended as a compliment. This recipe for gluten free muffins made with applesauce is a true exception to that rule. They may be plain, but they’re full of all the light, tender texture and light sweetness of the best snacking muffins, and never leave you feeling weighed down.

Applesauce adds a lot of tenderness to baked goods, and can even be used in place of mashed bananas in some recipes like our gluten free banana pancakes. It doesn’t have the polarizing flavor of bananas, though, tending to fade into the background instead.

If you’re looking for a … Read more

Gluten Free Rum Cake | A Caribbean Rum Cake with Glaze

This simple gluten free rum cake is a ridiculously moist, not-too-sweet bundt cake with a butter rum glaze that will make any occasion festive—and not just because it has booze.

This is the best gluten free rum cake recipe — here’s why

Once you see how this already tender gf yellow cake soaks up all that rich butter rum glaze, you’ll want to make it again and again. That takes a moist yellow gluten free cake and makes it extra tender, moist, and flavorful.

The rum baked into the cake is minimal and bakes off (at least mostly), and the way I make the buttered rum glaze, most of the alcohol has a chance to boil off there, too.

It is a rum cake, though, so if you try to eliminate rum altogether, well, then it’s not a rum cake. You get the idea!

I used to consider nuts (especially … Read more

Rich Gluten Free Chocolate Muffins

These gluten free chocolate muffins are tender and chocolatey, but clearly muffins and not cupcakes, so enjoy them first thing in the morning, guilt-free! Since they’re made without butter, they’re also easily made dairy free, too.

What makes these gluten free chocolate muffins special?

Between the melted dark chocolate in the batter, and the mixture of a neutral oil and rich cocoa powder, these gluten free chocolate muffins are super moist, tender, and richly satisfying. These are not the sort of muffins you want to offer to someone who doesn’t love chocolate, though!

But assuming you have an audience of chocolate fans, these muffins will not disappoint. They’re made easily by mixing together all the wet ingredients, from melted chocolate through to buttermilk, first, then mixing them into the few dry ingredients until just combined.

We start the baking with some extra heat to coax that chocolate batter up into … Read more