Dinner Rolls

Remember, as a kid, having rolls with Thanksgiving dinner? You would sit down to eat the Thanksgiving feast and notice the warm rolls in a bread basket, covered by a napkin. Sure the turkey, sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce were the main focus, but the rolls were always passed around. Everyone took one, broke it open and slathered some butter in it. Ahhh the memories. Miss those days? Why? We have a great roll recipe!  ...And you don't need to wait until Thanksgiving!  <Read More>


"Plain" Cheese Pizza

With young kids, we have had birthday parties and served pizza at the parties. Although our kids will eat almost any pizza we put in front of them, other kids their age aren't as adventurous. So we created a “plain” cheese pizza to serve. This is a great pizza alone or you can use this as a base and add additional ingredients.  <Read More>



Challah (pronounced Ha-La) is a wonderful tasting braided bread. Traditionally, it is eaten on Friday nights during Shabbat. A Challah braided with three strands of dough symbolize truth, peace and justice. I think Superman was eating Challah when he thought of “truth, justice and the American Way!” Regardless, for those of us who are gluten free, we can eat this once again every Friday. But why wait for Friday? Eat this Challah every day!  <Read More>


Pumpkin Pancakes

We love Thanksgiving.  Getting together with family and friends... Football... The Macy's parade... and, of course, Thanksgiving Dinner.  Sure, the turkey is tasty and the stuffing is great... but it's the pumpkin pie that everyone really wants.  We go all day looking at the pie on the counter while the rest of the meal is prepared.  Question: why do we wait until Thanksgiving Dinner is over before we get our fill of pumpkin?  Why not start the day off with it?  And you can with this truly tasty Pumpkin Pancake recipe.  <Read More>


Apple Cinnamon Pancakes

Someone once said: "An apple a day keeps the doctor away!"  I think it was an apple farmer.  Regardless, eating an apple every day can get a bit boring.  So why not spice things up a little bit?!  Add your apple to our Pancake Mix and enjoy the best of both worlds!  <Read More>


Banana Bread

Being Gluten Free is not the end of the world.  In fact, it is just the beginning of a whole new journey in your life.  You will rediscover old treats that you once loved, but could no longer eat.  Take Banana Bread.  Why would you want to give up something like that?!  You don't have to with this recipe.  And if you have not tried Banana Bread before, you are in for a treat.  <Read More>


Soft Pretzels

Remember eating those yummy, soft pretzels that you would find at the concession stands? Those were so good. Eating soft pretzels with mustard was the best. And you can eat those again! Once you smell and taste these gluten free soft pretzels, you will be transported back, and your taste buds will be dancing.  <Read More>


3 Cheese Kale Pizza

We created a surprisingly delicious pizza that involves kale.  Yes, Kale!  What inspired this was a daughter who did not like red sauce on her pizza and and mom wanting her to eat something healthy.  The end result is this wonderful pizza.  <Read More>


Pumpkin Bread

When you think of Thanksgiving, one of the first things you think of is Pumpkin.  The wonderfully round vegetable that tastes so good.  Pumpkin pie is good, but why do the same thing as everyone else.  Make pumpkin bread instead.  This wonderfully moist sweet bread would make a tasty treat after the Thanksgiving dinner... or anytime, for that matter.  <Read More>

Our Chocolate Chip Cookies

Who does not enjoy chocolate chip cookies? ...especially when the cookies are gluten free.  We have a wonderful recipe that involves two of our mixes: the Multi Purpose Flour and the Pancake Mix.  Get the recipe here.