Yesterday, I wanted a muffin instead of my usual omelet or cereal for breakfast.
Of course it needed to be gluten-free and also have a dense, rich texture with crunchy nuts and chewy dried fruit in it.
Since I had a package of Pamela’s Baking and Pancake Mix in my pantry, I decided I’d use that. Now, I’d never used this before so I was really interested in how the muffins I planned to make would turn out.
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Posted by Pat - March 4, 2014 at 7:23 pm
Categories: 30 Minute Meals - Quick and Easy, American, Breads, Breakfast Menu, Frugal, Gluten-Free, Wheat-free Tags: gluten-free muffins, gluten-free recipe, gluten-free recipes, walnut muffins, wheat-free diet, wheat-free recipes
This week I’m sharing the top 12 main dishes from 2013 on Elegantly, Gluten-Free.
These are the most popular with visitors, so I’m featuring them here in the first full week of 2014 instead of a gluten-free diet menu plan.
Some of these are a complete meal by themselves. Some are only the main dish. For those, when I choose side dishes, I usually try to include some healthier options, like low carb veggies to replace my serving of pasta or starchy dishes.
I’m starting off this week’s meal plan with an old favorite, Chicken and Dumplings, with a “dessert chaser” of Chocolate Cream Pie that the whole family will like.
Then, Day 2 features a Roast Boneless Pork Loin whose leftovers are used to make the Day 3 Dinner Sandwich… I know, I know, the…
This week in the Gluten-Free Menu Plan I’m planning meals from the simplest pasta and sauce dinner to a full table, Thanksgiving feast.
I’ve tried to keep it simple and also include healthier options when I can, like low carb veggies to replace most of my serving of pasta with that meat sauce I mentioned.
I hope you can find some dinners here that suit you during this holiday week. On the day set aside (in the U.S.) to give thanks for the abundance we have, I hope you have some time to remember what you are most thankful for. Personally, I don’t want to focus on just the food that we have to eat, although that’s certainly important, but also on the family, friends and neighbors we can share it with.
This week in the Gluten-Free Menu Plan I have a few Thanksgiving previews. Some of the easy holiday dishes are so good to serve throughout the year, like the Turkey Breast for the Crockpot, that I thought I’d include them this week.
There are also Spiced Cranberry Sauce and Pecan Pie Minis to round out the short preview. There’s no sense in crowding all the best recipes into only one day when we can spread them out across the month a little.