This easy Gluten Free Recipe Challenge is for everyone! These four simple recipes, using only a handful of ingredients, are something every gluten free cook should know about. Whether the recipe is new to you or you want to try a variation, the challenge is simply to make it.
Make any one of these recipes then share what you made; here, on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. I’d love to see photos of your food and hear what you learned in the making.
Celiac Awareness Month
I came up with the recipe challenge idea for Celiac Awareness Month, focusing on one new recipe each week. Try new recipes, master the ones you love and repeat. Julia Child said it best.
Learn how to cook: try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless and above all have fun!”Julia Child
Everyone here knows that celiac awareness is part of everyday life for everyone living gluten free. So although I’m advocating and spreading awareness all the time I wanted something easy for you to try and a way to inspire to actually do it.
Recipe Challenge Format
Each week I’m going live on Facebook to explain the recipe, one new recipe each Wednesday for the month of May. In the comments below the Facebook live video I’m sharing the link to the recipe and anything else I talked about. I’m also making the recipe and coming back to share what my latest version looked like.
Watch the videos on my page, Everyday Gluten Free Gourmet Facebook and see more photos in my stories on Instagram and Facebook.
4 Easy Gluten Free Recipes
I picked these four recipes for three reasons:
- They’re super easy with only a handful on ingredients.
- I think there will be something new for everyone.
- Each recipe can be varied so in my books that’s a bonus!
The Recipe Challenge Rules
There are no rules, just have fun!
What I’ve Learned
I’m also doing the challenge to try some recipes I haven’t made for awhile and this is what I’ve learned so far.
Brazilian Cheese Bread – I made a delicious version using bottled tomato pesto sauce and it was a hit! I was also very excited to learn about the Bolivian version of this recipe called cuñapé. These cheese buns could be called dairy-rich so as requested, I’ll test some dairy free versions as some of you have asked for. For the pizza lovers out there this is my variation, Pizza Cheese Buns.
Fruit Smoothie Bowls – This week I’m trying to make all the colours of the rainbow and I think I nailed the colour indigo. What do you think?
Next week it will be socca and the week after that Mug Cakes. I hope you’ll join me on this culinary adventure and if you’re lucky you’ll find a new recipe you love!