A few weeks back we asked all our g-free Noshable readers to share the best gluten-free recipes they’d ever had EVER. We got some really delicious entries, and even though we had to pick a winner, we wanted to share some of the best ones with everyone. Check out all of the best gluten-free recipes below from your fellow Noshable followers – and see if yours made the cut!
1. Easy Peasy Pizza Crust (Seriously)
Flickr user kate.fisher
“Biscuit crust pizza. Mix Bob’s Red Mill biscuit and baking mix 1.5 cups with 1-1.25 cups of water until dough forms. Then roll out thin on parchment paper with water rinsed rolling pin for easier rolling. Bake at 450 degrees 12 to 15 minutes then take out of oven, add toppings and bake again until cheese melted.”
2. For The Chocoholics
“Chocolate lovers can enjoy chocolate cake with this gluten free flourless chocolate cake recipe from Chew Out Loud. SO simple to make and will definitely impress all your chocoholic friends!”
3. G-Free Pizza On The Go
“Popover pizza from Betty Crocker! I substitute with a gluten free flour…any will do.”
4. Peanut Butter Pie
Flickr user thebittenword.com
“My favorite gluten-free recipe: Chocolate peanut butter pie from Cook at Home. And the best thing is that it’s dairy-free too!”
5. Gluten-Free (And Vegan!) Brownies
“These gluten free vegan brownies from Petite Allergy Treats made with her flour blend using teff flour are epic! that’s the first time I’ve used the word, but yes, sensational brownies. something about the teff flour I think and flour to fat ratio. also this recipe is allergy free: nut/seed, dairy, egg, gluten free. I cant even eat chocolate so I subbed carob powder for the cocoa powder (at 1/2 of what the recipe calls for) and halved the sugar (because carob isn’t bitter like chocolate so it doesn’t need so much sweetness to combat its bitterness). I always sub in recipes which is fun, putting my spin on everything I bake, like I’m a chef creating new recipes. I love that. the recipes from petite allergy treats are easy to sub ingredients for and change up quantities. I think its because of her gluten free flour blends and ratio of fat to flour. anyway, enjoy her blog.”
What are your best gluten-free recipes EVER? Tell us in the comments below!