There are many gluten-free goods out there that just don't taste good. I'm sure we can all admit that. And some things are pretty expensive, whether they taste good or not. But it doesn't have to be like that! You CAN eat well. And it doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg.
So, as I learn more, I hope to share some of that with anyone interested. I'll post links to recipes, products, websites, etc that I have enjoyed or that have helped me on my gluten-free path. I hope they help you, too.
Along with that...for those that are already familiar and know more than I do (which is not likely to be difficult), please share your tips, favorites, etc, so that I can include them to help others. We're all in this together! And "we" is a growing group, so there are lots of folks out there that could use good info!
Favorite sites for recipes!
Gluten-Free Goddess This is my current go-to for recipes. Seriously try her stuff! You will not be disappointed. You *might* be disappointed to realize you've been eating terrible mixes when you could have been eating delicious gluten-free foods, though...
A few of our favorites:
- Quinoa Breakfast Brownies (I make them with walnuts and dried cranberries - delicious!!)
- Quinoa Breakfast Cake
- Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp
And if you need another reason to try her recipes, check out her VISUAL recipe list. Oh my... You will want to jump in and start cooking!
There are some good ones out there. There are some great ones out there. Here are ones we have tried and either really liked or loved. We try to stock up if there is a sale because, yeah, they're not cheap.
King Arthur Flour - Their mixes are wonderful! Muffins, cookies, pancakes (this is the only pancake mix we've tried so far that was not only edible but blew us away at how delicious they were!), chocolate cake. You can find these at Whole Foods, KA website, amazon... We like to stock up when Whole Foods has them on sale.