The month of May is dedicate to those suffering from Celiac Disease. The hope is that our society will become more aware and make accommodations less stressful as well as rallying those that suffer and let them know that they’re not alone.
We’ve rounded up seventeen recipes from all over the blogosphere so you can connect with other blogs supporting your lifestyle by providing treasures worth of information, recipes, and support. The recipes are divided by breakfast recipes, dessert and sweet bread recipes, and savory bread recipes. (Of course, with some of these, the line is obscure.) But we hope you enjoy them regardless.
GLUTEN FREE BREAKFAST RECIPES
Gluten-Free Cinnamon Raisin Scone Recipe
By Karina Allrich at http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com
These crunchy yummies are perfect dipped in coffee or tea. They are also pretty easy to make, and a great recipe for brunches or lunch-time potlucks.
Cinnamon Coffee Cake
As moist and spicy as it’s gluten-filled counter parts, this cake is part dessert, part bread. Be warned, you will not be able to share it!
Banana Coconut Breakfast Cookies
By Shirley Braden of http://glutenfreeeasily.com
If you love bananas, this is the recipe for you! The time in the oven pulls out all that natural sweetness and adds a delightful crunch on the coating.
French Toast Bagel Bites
This awesome combination of two breakfast favorites is perfection on a plate. Sticky and warm, this is sure to ease any sizes sweet tooth.
If you are a veggie lover like me and my family, this quiche-like cake will have you wilting. The cauliflower adds a great texture not seen in many other of its breakfast counter parts, as well as fiber and nutrients.
GLUTEN FREE DESSERT AND SWEET BREAD RECIPES
By http://smittenkitchen.com, Adapted from Ripe: A Cook in the Orchard
This twist on a traditional crisp is best prepared with firm fruit. It’s super easy and adds a refreshing finish to any BBQ or dinner party.
Steve’s Gluten-Free White Cake
By http://www.lexieskitchen.com, Recipe courtesy of Authentic Foods
One of the best gluten-free cake recipes we’ve found on the blogosphere! It’s light and fluffy and, in general, a great way to serve your frosting!
Gluten Free Cherry Brownie Trifles
These decadent desserts are exquisitely assembled and create quite a picture as the final course of a dinner party. Plus who can resist cherries and chocolate in the same dish?
Chocolate Silk Pie
Move over pudding pie! This wonderful chocolate treat has a surprising ingredient: avocado! If you’ve never used the fruit’s creaminess in a smoothie or other cocoa desserts, this is the recipe I’d recommend testing it with!
Cherry Pumpkin Seed Flour Muffins
These muffins go against the grain by limiting their sweet element to the simplicity of honey. Only seed flour is used , making them a little on the dense side and very filling, so consider taking these on the go.
Blueberry Corn muffins
By http://theglutenfreechefblog.com, Adapted from Silvana Nardone’s Cooking for Isaiah
If you love the flavor of cornbread, these might be your new favorite muffins! (I know they’re one of mine!) Corn and blueberries compliment each other very well. Why hasn’t anyone else come up this combo before?
Homemade Fig Newtons
Fig Newtons are one of those things our family doesn’t really think much about buying, but then we have some at a friend’s house or get-together, and the love is rekindled. These gluten-free versions are just as soft and sweet as the commercialized ones, and you can make a whole lot more for the same price.
Maple Apple Crisp
By http://blog.freefromgluten.com, Adapted from Free From Gluten Kitchen.
Adding maple to apples is an amazing touch in this simple spin on a harvest time favorite. I’m not sure other fruit could hold up to it, but the tartness and crunch are just right.
SAVORY GLUTEN FREE BREAD RECIPES
Buckwheat Coconut Caraway Biscuits
The creaminess of coconut milk acts like the buttermilk in gluten-stuffed “normal” biscuits, while the buckwheat adds fiber and the caraway adds a wonderful, aromatic flavor and scent. Warning: You will have a hard time waiting to eat these as they bake… the smell is appetite inducing.
Grain Free Sun Dried Tomato and Olive Bread
By Danielle McKinney at http://glutenfreehomemaker.com
The Mediterranean bread can hold up well to sandwich fillings, be toasted and buttered beside your favorite pasta, or cubed into a delicious stuffing option.
Whole Beer Gluten Free Bread Recipe
This hearty and flavorful bread is a favorite in the glutenfreemommy’s household for sandwiches. I have yet to try it, but Celiac Awareness might be a great excuse to try it!
Gluten Free Gruyer and Chive Popovers
Think an elevated cheese biscuit when you check out these out. These savory muffins pack a rich flavor into a single serving and other a plethora of options for what to serve them with.