Almost one year later my daughter and I have made breads, cakes, cupcakes, some amazing Gluten Free on a Shoestring Mrs. fields cookies and even donuts together. My favorite bread memory I guess is really the time I get to share with my girl…and donuts! Jennifer Custer
We have been on the GF journey for a year now and we are still on a learning curve. I recently stumbled across Gluten Free on a Shoestring’s website so we have enjoyed trying new recipes. This week the soft wraps are on our list to try…can’t wait as we have missed wraps so very much.
To this day it has been almost two years since a doctor told me I needed to go gluten free. And I am still struggling with baking. The one thing that saved me was the very first cookbook I bought was Nicole’s first book Gluten Free on a Shoestring! However due to soy and casein/dairy allergies I still don’t have successful bread baking recipes. I can’t wait for her bread book..it is giving me hope.
ty Nicole. I already won when I found gluten free on a shoestring and my recipe came out so yummy on the first try! You’re my gluten free hero- lol
Gluten Free on a Shoestring starts at the beginning, with kitchen basics such as stocks, dough and crusts, sauces and small bites. Recipes gradually become more specialized, with breakfast and brunch, vegetarian meals and sides, and comfort food main dishes. The cookbook tackles recipes that are traditionally gluten-filled and adapts them to mimic the originals without the gluten. This cookbook also offers an impressive selection of breads, baked goods, and desserts, with an entire chapter dedicated to bread recipes and one to desserts.
Gluten Free Apple Dumplings - Gluten Free on a Shoestring
Watch this demonstration of the "scrape and fold" technique for lightly kneading the gluten free bread dough from my new book, Gluten Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread! Buy the book here:
Classic Gluten Free Pound Cake - Gluten Free on a Shoestring
My son has celiacs so we have to eat gluten free. My results were just so so until I started using Better Batter flour and following recipes from Gluten Free on a Shoestring. I swear by both of them.
from my friend, Nicole at Gluten Free on a Shoestring is just one of many Girl Scout cookie DIY (plus tons more) you’ll find on her blog and in her new upcoming book (April 7, but you can order it right now) .3) our flour is meant to be used in normal recipes – so with a few exceptions (like our contributors’ recipes, ones callign for bb flour, or our own, or Gluten Free on a Shoestring) we don’t recommend you use gluten free recipes.hello! this sounds great!!! just curious if this recipe and the others here are made up by better batter or if they are all from the gluten free on a shoestring book/site. I have had some difficulty with those recipes and wanted to know before i try this out. thanks!Thank you so much for all of the information! I’ve recently started venturing into gluten-free baking for my celiac husband. I started with the all-purpose flour from Bulk Barn, but I noticed that some of my baking has a weird sweet pea aftertaste to it (would you happen to know why?) I’m going to try making a mix next, as I think that will take away the aftertaste and probably make things easier. I have your book “Gluten Free on a Shoestring”, which is now one of my favourite cookbooks! I’m looking forward to getting your new book and trying out making my own bread. :)Watch this demonstration of the "scrape and fold" technique for lightly kneading the gluten free bread dough from my new book, Gluten Free on a Shoestring Bakes Bread! Buy the book here: I was in the supermarket for certified GF oats this morning and a cashier lamented on how horrible it was that I had to be GF. I said “Oh, no! I have Nicole Hunn from Gluten Free on a Shoestring–I am not missing out on anything!” I love pound cake!!!! I think this might have to be made for T-day, along with the normal pies.