In our neck of the woods, July and August are high summer and high summer means BBQ’s and camp outs. If you’re looking for a gluten free dessert to go with your next outdoor dinner, try these gluten free turnovers made in foil packets and baked on the fire or on your BBQ. Of course, they can also be baked in an oven but where’s the fun in that! This versatile gluten free pastry is made in a food processor and can be stored in a refrigerator or a cooler for up to a week before using.
The coconut flour in this recipe gives this crust a wonderful tropical flavour and the texture of a medium-hard cookie more than a classic pie crust. Its hint of coconut pairs wonderfully with coconut, vanilla, or banana custard to make an out-of-this-world cream pie that everyone will love.
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Once you round up the ingredients, this recipe is ridiculously easy and results in a lean, white bread with a soft crumb & a salty light-yet-crispy crust. However, the best part is that it tastes closer to white, wheat-flour bread than anything we’ve tried so far. In fact, it barely has any taste at all. Instead, it doesn’t mind taking a back seat and letting the flavours of whatever you pair it with shine through – just like we believe white bread should do!
I wish you could smell our kitchen right now. It smells like bread! Glorious warm, homemade bread! Oh, and butter, and cheese and tomato…
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