If you have a gluten allergy, intolerance, or are just living a gluten-free lifestyle then this post is for you!
I have several friends with Celiac Disease who are unable to have gluten (a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley) in their diet.
I am constantly on the look out for yummy recipes to serve when we get together.
When I first started blogging, I didn’t intentionally set out to write multiple posts on gluten-free recipes. It wasn’t until I began writing a post on Food Gifts, that I realized every one of the gifts on that list just happened to be gluten-free.
It was an “ah ha” moment for me as I realized that gluten-free recipes are abundant, you just have to know which ingredients to use (and avoid).
There are a few important things to remember when making gluten-free food.
The first is that not all products are created equal. One brand may be gluten-free while another brand is not.
Second, cooking/baking for someone with celiac’s disease is very different than cooking/baking for someone who does not. Cross contamination is a real thing and even the slightest bit of gluten can make someone with celiac’s disease very ill.
Always check the manufacturer’s labels carefully for gluten-free labeling as well as the ingredient list for any potentially gluten containing ingredients.
The following list contains all of the recipes on Missouri Girl that can be made gluten-free. Check back frequently as this list will expand as I post new recipes.