Baking without yeast? Yes, it is possible! I am super happy to be able to share this recipe with you!
The Christmas mood is happening early for me this year. Usually I end up baking Christmas cookies in a hurried haze, about two days away from Christmas 😉
An easy gluten-free bread without a crazy mix of flours was missing in my bread recipe collection. But here it is! I’ve been baking it a lot of times lately and I love it’s simplicity and great flavour.
It’s about time that I share this delicious recipe with you! I’ve been baking it numerous times and shared it with friends – they all loved it! 🙂
Buckwheat is one of my favourite gluten-free alternatives. And lately I’ve been working on a new bread recipe. So this time I used only buckwheat flour. Plus soy-sauce for the saltiness. It turned out amazing!
The other day I made another batch of my beloved macadamia cashew ‘cream cheese‘. This ‘cheese’ tastes amazing on freshly baked, home-made bread. While I already have a few bread recipes on the blog, I decided to try a new one 🙂
I already have a few recipes for vegan and gluten-free bread on my blog. But they all contain yeast -so far!
The new avocado season is starting here in New Zealand. And of the all the delicious ways of eating them, I certainly love them freshly smashed onto a slice of home made bread 🙂
I don’t eat much bread, now that I am gluten-free. But sometimes I get this urge to make some home-made bread.
Yippieh! I have been baking again! It’s been quite a while since I made some bread. But suddenly I felt like giving it a go again. So I decided not to look at my old recipes but to start from scratch
Last year I’ve already made a vegan and gluten-free version of German style gingerbread. This year I wanted to try a raw version. And the result was pretty good!
I find it quite tricky to get into a Christmas mood here in New Zealand. One reason might be that I grew up on the other side of the world where you would have cold, snowy, short days at this time of the year. Here it is exactly the other way round.
On of my favourite recipes for bread that doesn’t need any gluten. It is fairly easy to make too.
The very first bread that I baked in my life was gluten-free (and it wasn’t really good by the way). Before that I simply never had the urge to try baking bread. I only started to look into this because I was impressed by the home-made bread that a friend of mine would dish up […]