gluten free DRY corn bread mix (see my recipe below if you want to make it homemade. You can use 1.5 cups of a store bought gluten free mix if you prefer but you will need to add 2 tablespoons of sugar since most of them aren't sweet enough. If you don't have a gluten allergy then you can use 1 box of Jiffy Corn Bread Mix). DO NOT PREPARE CORN BREAD MIX...YOU JUST NEED THE DRY INGREDIENTS FOR THIS RECIPE!
of melted real butter (original recipe called for 1/2 cup but I found it was a little too greasy for me so I cut back on the butter and it still tasted great!)
cream cheese (I have used the regular and reduced fat version. I wouldn't recommend using fat free since I can't guarantee it will work. The original recipe called for 1 cup sour cream or plain yogurt. I prefer the cream cheese. It gives the spoon bread a really great texture and enhances the flavor of the corn. It also prevents it from becoming crumbly when re-heating leftovers).
to get the right texture. I've done it both ways and 2 eggs works better than 1 egg!)
can creamed corn (If you don't have creamed corn on hand, just take a can of regular corn (including the juice in the can),
sugar, 1 tbs cornstarch and blend)
of the mix = 1 small box of Jiffy corn bread muffin mix.
flour (I used my gluten free flour blend, see recipe below but if you don't have a gluten allergy then you can just use regular flour!)
yellow cornmeal (I prefer using 1/4 cup corn flour + 1/4 cup polenta but cornmeal works fine too)
sugar (you can add a little less if you don't care for sweet muffins or add a smidge more sugar if you prefer them slightly sweeter. You can also substitute raw sugar or stevia. If using Stevia you will need to check box for how much to substitute. I am not sure if it is equal amounts).
1 1/2 cups
brown rice flour
white rice flour
glutinous rice flour or soy flour
potato starch (not flour)
nonfat dry milk, make sure it is very fine in texture
corn starch or tapioca starch (I used corn starch for this batch)
Get this seasonal fruit before it’s gone and make this GlutenFree Meyer Lemon Bread. I thought about making some meyer lemon curd but I had just made some paleo lemon curd and wanted something different so I thought, why not a bread
This bread is also glutenfree (though not sugar free) for those who follow a glutenfree diet. So easy, and since it's made with besan or gram flour made from ground up chickpeas, it's high in protein and glutenfree
combine both wet ingredients, add them to dry ingredients, mix the dough (I do it by hand, you can use any wooden spoon or spatula, making the dough in a mixer changes its consistency, you might need less liquid when the dough is done in a mixer)
GLUTENFREE VEGAN MONKEY BREAD A. Then I put the pan with the balls in oven for rising, especially with glutenfree baking, the yeast has A LOT harder time rising, so making sure it is really in a warm place is crucial
But for this super easy one bowl "gluten + dairy free" Banana Bread recipe. And for those who do glutenfree bakes you will realize most of the time the bakes tend to be dry and crumbly due to the use of ingredients