20 Gluten-Free Baking Recipes in a Free EBook

20 Gluten-free baking recipes in a free eBook

Brownies, granola bars, banana bread and more gluten-free baking recipes.

It’s easier than you think to make wholesome gluten-free snacks and treats. As long as you have a stash of good recipes and a few extra ingredients in your pantry you’ll be able to make gluten-free versions of many of your favourite foods.

Molasses is your friend when it comes to gluten-free baking. It helps to retain moisture in baked goods so improves the texture of your gluten-free treats. Molasses also pairs well with other natural sweeteners like honey and maple syrup.

Whether avoiding gluten is a necessity or a preference (or both) you’ll enjoy the recipes in this eBook. They’re simple, wholesome and great for the whole family.

20 Gluten-Free Baking Recipes:

20 Gluten free baking recipes in a free eBook


Gluten-free flour blend:

Make your own gluten-free flour blend with these three ingredients: 4 cups fine brown rice flour, 1 1/3 cups potato starch (not potato flour), 2/3 cup tapioca flour. Whisk together and store in an airtight container. (From the excellent cookbook, The Allergen-Free Baker’s handbook, by Cybele Pascal.)

Baking Tip: Improving the texture of your gluten-free baked goods

  • If you’re baking gluten-free quick breads (muffins, biscuits & tea breads) add ½ tsp. of xanthan gum or guar gum for each cup of GF flour used.
  • If you’re adapting recipes that call for all-purpose flour, recipes containing fruit or vegetable purees (ex. apple sauce or canned pumpkin) adapt well to gluten-free flour since the added moisture from the puree helps with the texture of the finished baked goods. Molasses helps to keep GF baked goods moist too.

About rolled oats:

Choose certified gluten-free rolled oats if you can’t tolerate any gluten since conventional rolled oats are often cross-contaminated by gluten-containing grains. (For those of you who can tolerate gluten and are simply trying to eat less wheat and enjoy a greater variety of grains, conventional rolled oats may be fine.)

Looking for more gluten-free recipes? Try this easy recipe for chewy almond cookies

Easy almond cookies have a chewy texture and wholesome substance. They're gluten-free, refined-sugar free, paleo and taste like real cookies.

7 thoughts on “20 Gluten-Free Baking Recipes in a Free EBook

  1. Jim says:

    This sounds like a good reference to have on hand

  2. Rhonda macinnis says:

    This is awesome I was just diagnosed with celiac disease!

  3. Norma Ross says:

    Bridget, Can this book be mailed to me, or do I have to print the recipes. Love them all.

    Best regards, Norma

    1. Hi Norma, This is another cookbook that was created as an eBook only so we don’t have printed copies. Sorry.

  4. Don Lariviere says:

    How do I get the ebooks?

    1. Dear Don, If you’re having trouble downloading the eBooks I can email the files to you.

    2. I would like gluten free desserts (preferably simple ones).

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