We are starting a new feature on GF Kitchen Adventures!
I get so many emails and comments from readers, especially those new to gluten free. I get asked about products, blends, best recipes, gluten free facts, and more.
Gluten free eating can be overwhelming. There is so much that constantly changes with products. Keeping up with the facts can be a challenge.
Not only that the market continues to grow for gluten free. There are so many more gluten free products and recipes than there was when I first went gluten free back in 2009. More are constantly being added.
I have been trying to come up with a way to share facts, tips, gluten free recipes from around the web, and just general gluten free information with you. I decided that the best way to do this was in a weekly roundup of interesting and hopefully helpful gluten free information.
My daughter and I came up with several names, but Tuesday Tips for Gluten Free seemed like the best fit for what I hoped to accomplish with these weekly posts. I want this to be helpful and useful information and recipes that make gluten free living easier for you.
I hope that it is something you will enjoy and look forward to each Tuesday.
Tips For Gluten Free
I recently shared my Vitacost order in my Everyday Adventures Facebook group. I share all kinds of tips in the group, but many of them are gluten free. If you want a look at all the gluten free things I ordered from Vitacost just request to join and I will get you added. I plan to share more shopping trips and videos in the group this fall.
It is September and that means we are headed into fall and fall baking. I love making gluten free bundt cakes and will be sharing a few new recipes soon. If you are looking for a new bundt pan I love this one. It works great for gluten free baking.
If you need gluten free dairy free recipes check out this site. Her recipes always look delicious!
September makes me want to cook all things apple. This gluten free apple cake is a must make.
I keep hearing how great Better Batter’s gluten free flour blend is in all kinds of baked goods. It has been around for years, but I have never tried it. I finally ordered some and will let you know what I think. If you have tried it, I would love to hear what you thought.
It is no secret that I love cookies. I love to make them and I love to eat them. I recently saw this round up of gluten free cookies that I knew I had to share. It is an older post, but it has a wide range of gluten free cookies on it.
If you need an easy make ahead freezer friendly dinner my family loves this recipe. It works well with corn or gluten free tortillas.
I don’t use almond flour because of my daughter’s nut allergy, but these almond flour muffins look really good.
Have you tried any great gluten free products or recipes recently? Let us know in the comments!
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I love Better Batter gluten free flour! Their recipes work well as well as recipes that call for generic gluten free flour. That and Cup 4 Cup are my two dependable gf flours. Regarding rice flour, I prefer to use superfine rice flour, either brown or white, as I find regular grind too gritty tasting. Thanks for all your lovely recipes too!
I just ordered Better Batter to try. I have never used it before, but I have quite a few readers that love it.