Whole food ingredients you can find at the grocery store and simple recipes make this collection of muffins fun to bake. Have you ever taken your gluten free treat to a potluck and come home with everything but the slice you ate? Or wanted to share with the neighbors, but worried that it would be a waste of expensive ingredients? These soft, tasty muffins will bridge that gap without gums, nuts or dairy.
You will receive 12 muffin recipes, 4 topping recipes, Melanie’s Multi-Purpose Gluten Free Flour Mixture recipe and help on using alternative ingredients.
You can make a new flavor of muffins every month. Good luck not making them all in the first two weeks. These are the recipes included plus help on how to change the recipes to fit your dietary needs.
Carrot Raisin Muffins
Blueberry (or any other berry) Muffins
Lemon Poppyseed Muffins
Lime and Coconut Muffins
Cranberry Orange Muffins
Sweet Potato Breakfast Muffins – Sugar-Free
We are a homesteading, homeschooling family of seven, living gluten free. These recipes have been created for my precious children but were too yummy to keep to ourselves! We struggle with many of the fillers and binders in the store bought flour mixes and hated the taste of single flour recipes. We needed something economical and delicious. That’s when Melanie’s Multi-Purpose Gluten Free Flour Mixture was created. It is my hope that these recipes will help bridge the gap between you and your gluten eating friends and family. That you could confidently bring these to a girls night out or church potluck without coming home with a bunch of leftovers that cost you an arm and a leg to make. You will feel good about feeding your family a treat made with whole foods not created by some strange extraction or over processed chemical soup. These recipes will bring you back to the kitchen time and time again.
Please convo me with any ingredients you are allergic to and I will happily tell you if these recipes will work for you.