|Gluten Free Muffin|
There are a few things you need to do gluten free. The main thing you will need is a great mill for grinding the grain. Below you will see my recommendations and the recipe for Gluten Free WonderFlour.
Master Muffin Recipe
Muffins should be light and tender. The less you work the batter the better the muffin. Muffins are a great way to start the day providing you add high fiber ingredients.
To Start: Preheat oven to 375 degrees
Next: in Bosch bowl cream together until light and fluffy.
2 cubes butter
2 cups sugar or 1 1/2 cups Xagave
After light and fluffy, add one at a time
In separate bowl shift together following ingredients:
7 cups Chef Brad's Gluten Free WonderFlour
2 tablespoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
Add mixed dry ingredients alternating with 3 cups of buttermilk. It is important to mix lightly.
Spoon into greased muffin tin and bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Yields 2 dozen
|NutriMill by Bosch|
This is the NutriMill by Bosch. It is amazing and allows you the comfort of grinding grains fresh in your own home. I love the NutriMill. It is easy to clean and does an amazing job. It over the years has become the best mill on the market today. You can find the NutriMill on sale at my web site. www.chefbrad.com
|NutriMill Flour Bagger|
This is an attachment to the NutriMill. It is amazing. You place the mill on top and it grinds into a bag that is placed in the bucket below. I love this. I mix the grains for the Gluten Free WonderFlour and place the grains in the mill on fine grind and in minutes I have a zip locked large bag filled with the most amazing flour ever. I can place the bag in the frig or freezer for later use. I love that feature. That is just one of the features that makes the NutriMill so amazing.
|Fresh ground flour in the bag|
Here is the flour that has been ground right into the bag. Amazing. I grind all different blends of flours while I am grinding and have several bags of different flours in my pantry. That is huge when cooking to have the flours on hand ready to go. And the big thing is most gluten free flours cost so much and they are hard to find. The whole grains are easy to find and easy to grind.
|Just look at those Gluten Free Muffins|
To make this gluten free WonderFlour simply take 2 cups sorghum, 2 cups brown rice, and two cups whole amaranth grain. Mix them well in large bowl and grind them in NutriMill on the low fine setting. This flour is great for most baked goods except yeasted breads.
Gluten Free WOW, it can be done and it can be healthy.