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Check out Gluten Free Breads, Biscuits, & Scones
by BackatSquare0 at Foodie.com
Recently, I was hanging out with a new friend and we were talking about cooking dinner. I knew this meant it was time to explain all about my gluten free lifestyle so that my buddy didn’t plan an awesome, yet wheat filled, dinner. The first question I got, “What food do you miss the most?” Now, this is an easy one for me to answer – FRESH BREADS!
See, I have found gluten free pastas I like so I can make my Gluten Free, Southern Style, Macaroni and Cheese when I am really craving it. Plus, frozen pizzas (like Udi’s) and local pizza joints (thanks Mellow Mushroom and Your Pie) offer decent gluten free options that help to kill that craving. However, fresh baked bread… I just can’t find anything quite as amazing. I’ve tried all sorts of the frozen gluten free breads that my grocery sells and truthfully – some are horrible, some are bad, and one are two are decent. But I don’t want decent! I want that amazing fresh right out of the oven bread. (I’m currently imagining a few restaurants in town who bring it fresh from the oven to your table and…yummy….drool…) I used to buy amazing bread from the Harris Teeter and Publix bakeries that they made fresh every morning in order to get my fresh bread fix, but unfortunately they don’t have any gluten free options.
I guess it is time to suck it up – If I want fresh baked bread and I need it to be gluten free I guess it is time to start baking some myself! So I scoured Pinterest trying to find the best recipes and I found 14 gluten free breads, biscuits, and scones that look amazing. I think I am going to start with the Chocolate Chip Yogurt Quick Bread because it looks delicious and the recipe sounds simple enough that I think I can manage without screwing up my first gluten free bread attempt. If all works out with the quick bread, then the one bowl (hello, no dishes) gluten free banana bread will be the next on my list.
Scroll through my collection above. – Which one would you want to try first?