You or someone you know off to college or university? Eating gluten-free on campus can be challenging so here are some of gf and me’s best dorm-friendly recipes arranged by cooking appliance. No ovens, stoves or even hotplates required!
Onion Soup Mix: All you need to make a quick cup of gf soup is a kettle
Muffins & Cake: Here are a couple of basic single-serving recipes that you can change-up depending on your mood. All you need is a microwave.
Bread: Try this recipe from “glutenfree casually” for a quick single-serving of gf bread.
Caramel Bars: All you need is a microwave to make these awesome gf treats.
Panini Sandwiches: Throw in a panani maker and you can throw together all kinds of great toasted sandwiches. Try ham and egg, pizza, or even apple pie.
Tortillas and pancakes: If that panini maker has interchangeable grills, you can turn it into a griddle and make these fantastic quick breads.
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Gluten free recipes from Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
These are fabulous ideas! My niece is going away to college this school year & she is moving toward a gluten free diet so this is perfect! I will share these ideas with her! In fact, I think she would enjoy your entire blog! Thanks!
Thanks so much. Best of luck to your niece.
A very timely gift to a new generation getting ready to fend for themselves. Awesome. 🙂
Great post! It is hard to be GF in college. I will be passing it along.
Great tips. Pre-made gluten free stuff is so expensive. Being able to do a few things in the dorm will save the college student (and their parents) a few $ for sure. 🙂
Thanks ruralroutelupiac. That’s what I thought too. And in some places, gf stuff is just really difficult to find.
How did I miss this post?! These are great even out of college. (Well, especially right after college.) Thanks for sharing!
You’re welcome Kaila. Great for hotel kitchenettes as well. You can pack up the dry ingredients and then just add the water or egg and voila!