By The Grit Archives | Dec 15, 2016
Going gluten-free has been catching on in the culinary world in recent years, as many folks are finding that they are anywhere from mildly to severely affected by gluten. You don’t have to have celiac disease to be affected by gluten. Even milder forms of wheat allergies are enough cause for some to steer clear of wheat products completely, in hopes of avoiding side effects.
Although more people are discovering their aversion to wheat products, the good news is that, with some minor adjustments and ingredient substitutes, they can still eat their favorite baked foods. There are a slew of recipes available that keep the gluten out and the delicious flavors in. You might even find that the gluten-free version of your favorite banana bread tastes even better than the original.
Those who are not gluten intolerant have even reported that cutting back on gluten in their diet has helped them feel better overall. The following recipes are simple and delicious, and allow everyone to enjoy breads, baked goods, and even pizza. Happy gluten-free baking!
• Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Recipe
• Gluten-Free Naan Recipe
• Gluten-Free Banana Bread with Blueberries
• Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour
• Gluten-Free Pumpkin Cookies with Honey and Spice
• Gluten-Free Baguette Recipe
Keep grains in your diet with these nutritious gluten-free baking substitutes.
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