Jess Parsons

Jess Parsons

Posted June 28, 2011

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Gluten free vegan baking

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Most grain products for sale are wheat products. Bread, crackers, biscuits, muffins, pasta..

A change from wheat can do you good, even if you don't have a diagnosable intolerance.

I avoid giving Nadia (3) lots of wheat in the evenings - she regularly wets the bed on such nights.

This gluten free vegan baking mix was on special at my favourite health food store, I snapped it up.  Because I want to do more home baking anyway, right?  Let's get two.

Imaginary baking while shopping is so much easier than real baking!  Especially for unfamiliar ingredients.  These have occupied shelf space for too long...

The very next time I got a baking urge, I recklessly opened the first package and Nadia and I got busy.

With the suggested fruit muffin recipe I used chopped banana and chocolate chips.


These disappeared like magic when fresh.GFNadia.jpg 

For most cooking, and I think especially gluten free, it's never as good the next day.  But I did get at least one day of these as a lunchbox treat.

And as always, I vow to keep up the baking habit - these simple recipes are their own reward!