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! Continue reading
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gf and me’s gluten free white bread
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…
Like this? You might also like these other recipes from gf and me:
gluten free rustic bread
This easy-to-do recipe makes a round flat loaf of amazing, lean, rustic bread. The crust is crisp and buttery and the crumb is tender and moist but not gummy. Great on its own, it’s fantastic with a bit of butter or margarine. Add jam or a slice of cheese and it’s out of this world. Because of the whey powder, this loaf is not dairy free. If you are looking for gluten and dairy free, try our recipe for crusty bread.
Looking for easy gluten free bread recipes? You might also like these:
gf and me’s original crusty bread
Rural Route Lupiac’s gluten free brioche
And while this recipe isn’t exactly easy, it’s certainly worth the effort:
Kim’s gluten free dairy free sandwich bread
fall caramel bars
If you like caramel corn, you’ll love these super-easy, super-tasty bars. We usually eat them plain but for a special treat you can add a layer of melted chocolate, popcorn or dried fruit. They can even be cut or sculpted into fun holiday shapes – think leaves or jack-o-lanterns for fall – and decorated with icing and candy.
This recipe is adapted from one we found on the inside of a Kellogg’s Rice Krispies box years ago.