• Bagels

    Perfectly chewy gluten-free bagels easily made at home. These bagels have a delicious outer crust, are perfectly golden brown, and have a great crunch and taste. Top them with your favorite toppings like sunflower, poppy or sesame seeds! Serve with butter butter or cream cheese, or also delicious as an egg sandwich, these bagels are…

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  • Rice pancakes

    When I have white rice left over from dinner and I don’t want to throw it away, I make these delicious rice pancakes! For this recipe I used Schär Mix C Pâtisserie but you could also use another universal gluten-free flour blend. Basically any type of gluten-free flour will work, it just needs to thicken…

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  • Sunflower seed bread

    Homemade bread is just the best. This sunflower seed bread is fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside. A delicious gluten-free breakfast or sandwich loaf filled and topped with sunflower seeds. For this recipe I used Schär Bread Mix B but you could also use another similar gluten-free flour blend. If you’ve tried…

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  • Italian ciabatta

    I love these ciabatta rolls because they just taste like freshly baked from the bakery, without the typical gluten-free taste. Crusty airy ciabatta bread is perfect for dipping in a good olive oil. Or serve with a steaming bowl of your favorite soup. For this recipe I used Schär Bread Mix B but you could…

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  • French baguette

    These gluten-free French baguettes have a delicious thin, crisp outside crust and are soft on the inside with nice air pockets throughout. The dough for this gluten-free French baguette is simple to make, but does take some waiting time. Perfect gluten-free baguette for sandwiches, garlic bread, and bruschetta. For this recipe I used Schär Bread…

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  • Cinnamon rolls (German Franzbrötchen)

    These small yeast pastries are incredibility delicious. Franzbrötchen are sweet cinnamon rolls from Hamburg, Germany. They are similar to cinnamon rolls, but the dough rolls are brought to their typical shape with a handle of a wooden spoon. They are delicious served with some butter. For this recipe I used Schär Bread Mix B but…

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  • Currant buns

    Currant buns (krentenbollen) are a European sweet bun that contains currants or raisins. These buns are very popular in the Netherlands and are easy to make at home. In this recipe I used raisins, but as mentioned above you can also use currants or combine both. They don’t really need anything on them, although I…

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  • Thumbprint cookies

    These classic thumbprint cookies are made with a simple gluten-free cookie dough. They are rolled in almonds, and then indented and filled with your choice of jam! These jam-filled thumbprint cookies are easy to make and are absolutely delicious. I used raspberry jam in this recipe but you can use any variety of jam or…

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  • Cinnamon star cookies

    Cinnamon star cookies (Zimtsterne) are among the most popular and beloved traditional German Christmas cookies. These cinnamon star cookies are made almost entirely of ground nuts. For this recipes I used almond flour. Traditionally almonds are used for these cookies but you could also combine with ground hazelnuts. They are naturally gluten-free and dairy-free and…

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  • Coconut macaroons

    These coconut macaroons have only three ingredients and are super simple to make. Perfect for those who are the true coconut lovers. These cookies are crunchy on the outside and chewy in the middle. The great thing about these macaroons is that they don’t contain any flour. In this recipe I made basic macaroons with…

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