Some time ago I ordered a set of different gluten free bread mixes from Chebe. They are made with tapioca flour and starch so they are naturally gluten free. This week I tried the bread sticks. I didn’t tell anyone that they were gluten free, and no one guessed. They are very good.
Yesterday was another cool, rainy day, perfect for baking except the kitchen was so cold I had a hard time getting my bread dough to rise. I hadn’t made cinnamon rolls in years, but I was hungry for cinnamon, so I dug up my recipe. This is basically the same Betty Crocker recipe that I used. I must be losing my sweet tooth, because I couldn’t eat more than just a small piece. They are too sweet.
While my cinnamon rolls were baking, I whipped up a batch on gluten free oatmeal scones from a recipe in one of my books. Very fast and easy to make in the food processor! I would rather have one of my gluten free oatmeal scones with a touch of agave nectar than I cinnamon roll. Crazy, right!
It rained most of the night and today looks like more of the same. At least I won’t have to water any of the outside plants. And it should help anything that going to come up in the garden go ahead a do it.
My ticker tape table runner is in the dryer. Not sure it’s going to be light enough to take any good pictures today.
I turned my computer off, unplugged the dish, and unplugged the power strip last night to reset my internet connect. Sometimes it gets a little wacky.
Need to do laundry, etc. today. We have plenty of leftovers for lunch.
- Two of my favorite gluten free things (countrybydesign.wordpress.com)
- Why Go Gluten Free? (untrainedhousewife.com)
- Carol Fenster, Leading Authority on Gluten-Free Cooking, Announces New Website (prweb.com)
- Eating Gluten Free: Counting the healthy and the unhealthy ways. (guidetoglutenfree.com)
- Gluten-Free Bread! (pattiemarie.wordpress.com)
- Betty Crocker Goes Gluten-Free (prweb.com)