Gluten-free pie on your menu? From start to finish, I break down everything you need to know—from how to build your pie pantry, how to measure flour, how to make and roll out pastry dough and how to make a cookie crust and a grain-free, nut crust. Gluten-free or not, baking is a science and ingredients are part of the formula.
Category: Gluten-Free Pantry
It’s been quite a journey. It’s hard to believe it’s already been seven years since my son Isaiah, now 17, was first diagnosed with gluten intolerance and dairy intolerance. I remember his words when the doctor gave him the news as if it were yesterday. “Mommy, what am I going to eat?” Honestly, those words still echo in my mind. The fear we both shared in not knowing what was going to happen next.
These pretzels are surprisingly more crisp than your average, gluten-full pretzel. I always have them around for the kids (and me) to snack on plain and dip into homemade Nutella. I also like to coarsely crush the pretzels and use the crumbs as a coating for fried chicken cutlets or even as a base for pie crust.
Valentine’s Day or not, these pantry-friendly treats will sweeten your day. Plus, you can make them in 3 simple steps. For the complete recipe, check out my post over on the Food Network’s FN Dish!
Print Yum Silvana’s Kitchen Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour Prep Time: 15 minutes Yield: About 4 pounds This recipe is reprinted with permission from Cooking for Isaiah by Silvana Nardone (Reader’s Digest, 2010)Ingredients6 cups (870 grams) white rice flour 3 cups (375 grams) tapioca flour 1½ cups […]