The problem I have with store bought gluten free bread is that they often taste like cardboard and are often loaded with high glycemic flours (i.e rice flour, tapioca flour, potato flour etc). There’s nothing inherently wrong with these flours, but if you have a tendency for elevated blood sugar you want to minimize your consumption (or at least limit your portion).
I tried looking for gluten free bread recipes but a lot of them have a super long list of ingredients, so naturally I pass. After looking at so many different recipes I decided to narrow down the key ingredients (preferably the healthy ones) for my gluten free bread that doesn’t taste like cardboard.
So, here is what I came up with;
Two pecan recipes in a row, what’s going on? Oh, that’s because I just bought a big bag of pecans from Costco. Out of all the nuts, pecan is my favorite one. I think it smells the best compared to all the other nuts. I love everything pecan from ice cream to pie. For now, let’s just make flourless butter pecan cookies.
This is a recipe for a plain waffle. People usually eat waffles with syrups, fruits or butters. That’s why I don’t put additional flavor in the waffle itself. However, if you like eating your waffle just by itself. I suggest that you add a couple of table spoons of Coconut Sugar (or any sweetener of your choice) and a pinch of salt. You can also choose to make your waffle savory, in this case you might want to omit the vanilla extract. I’ll show you how I like my savory waffle and some modifications to make a bacon stuffed almond waffle.