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How to bake gluten free without a fully-stocked pantry

Whether you’re new to gluten free baking or not, sometimes you just don’t have a fully-stocked gluten free pantry. Here are some mindmaps to help you navigate the hundreds of recipes on the blog when you’re baking gluten free with limits.

If you want to bake your own gluten free bread, but the cupboards aren’t fully stocked, you can still make an amazing amount of recipes. Whatever your limitation, you can probably make something!

I’ve created an interactive Gluten Free Bread Baking Mindmap, with links to all of the recipes. It looks just like the image above, but each of the recipe references contains a hyperlink to the specific recipe I’m referring to.

If you’ve committed to keeping your family well-stocked with gluten free desserts, but the cupboards aren’t well-stocked, you can still make cookies, cakes, puddings, and even candy.

I’ve created an interactive Gluten Free Dessert Baking Mindmap with links to all of the recipes. It looks just like the image above, but each of the recipe references contains a hyperlink to the specific recipe I’m referring to.

Now let’s flip the script a bit, and begin with a super versatile group of 4 ingredients: our basic gum-free gluten free flour (66% superfine white rice flour + 22% potato starch + 12% tapioca starch/flour), eggs, butter or a butter substitute like Earth Balance buttery sticks, and milk of any kind (dairy or non-dairy). If you have those 4 ingredients, you can make 4 recipes without anything else.

If you have a 5th ingredient, like granulated sugar, xanthan gum, or Nutella, you can make a total of 7 more recipes. It’s all about changing proportions of the basic 4 ingredients, and how you prepare them.

I’ve created an interactive basic flour, eggs, butter, milk recipe mindmap with links to all of the recipes. It looks just like the image above, but each of the recipe references contains a hyperlink to the specific recipe I’m referring to.

Keep checking back for mindmaps to help you navigate snacks, pasta, and sauces. More soon!

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