My most recent MindBodyGreen post: So you’re craving a pizza, but have just made a commitment for one reason or another to get off flour…or wheat…or gluten… No worries! I’ve got a simple and tasty solution for you. Regardless of whether or not you have a gluten or wheat allergy, I highly recommend that you … More Flour-Free Pizza Crust
Warm, nourishing, and slightly sweet, this dish could very well be the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. This recipe was adapted from the Body Ecology Diet book. The key ingredients are millet- one of the most alkalinizing grains, sweet golden roots and squashes – powerful antioxidants, and coconut oil – healthy … More An Edible Pot of Gold
It may not sound delicious to have a sugar-free and flour-free cake, but this one is…sweet dates, moist almond flour, and of course – chocolate! Eat as is or serve with your favorite frosting!
So, I was craving a coconut cream pie. Totally random. And what I ended up creating can only be described by these three letters: OMG. This pie is soooo good…and rich…a little goes a long way. This is one of those desserts that even my picky tasters love, including grandmother and teen brother. Keep in … More Chocolate-Coconut Pie
Did you know that millet is one of the few alkaline grains? Well, technically it is a seed, and one well worth incorporating into your diet. In addition to it having a balancing affect on the body, it is gluten-free. And according to Body Ecology millet “does NOT feed pathogenic yeast (candida), it acts as … More Mediterranean Millet
Spice up your granola with warming spices. Inspired by the holiday season and the green and red in the cranberries and pistachios, I added cloves to my granola this time. The millet in this recipe is also an added bonus, as unlike most grains, millet has an alkalinizing effect on the body. Subtle and delicious, … More Festive Granola
While this recipe still has sugar (in the form of molasses), it is too good to pass up during the holiday season. Bring it to a party or serve it in your home and wow people. They won’t believe it’s gluten free. This bread comes out moist and with an irresistible aroma.
I prefer using garbanzo bean flour in my baking recipes, because it has less of an effect on blood glucose levels. However, Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Baking Flour will work just as well. I like this recipe best as a bread, but it can be used for muffins too.
Originally posted on http://www.bobsredmill.com Sometimes reading food labels can seem a little mysterious. Ingredients like milk, eggs, and whole wheat pastry flour are all pretty self-explanatory, but what about the other things that are sometimes found listed as ingredients? You know, the ones that aren’t readily recognizable as food or even that easy to pronounce. … More Maltodextrin, Dextrin and Dextrose Demystified
These cookies are gluten-free, flour-free, and can be sugar-free depending on ingredients you choose. Whether sweetened with date paste or maple syrup, these are a crowd pleaser…and 2 or 3 make a great snack. Ingredients: 1 cup almonds 1 cup garbanzo bean flour, coconut flour, pecan flour, or almond flour pinch of sea salt 1 … More Thumb Print Cookies