Some of you may know that last November I cut gluten from my diet. Not one hundred percent...there have been a few experiments where I try it again to see if I feel differently (I do) and a few holiday mishaps where I didn't realize every ingredient (whoops) and a few cases where I just wanted to be polite (as a vegan I spend A LOT of time not accepting food, but there were a few times recently, I just felt like, oh well...).
Anyway, I've been feeling so much better. I was starting to get a lot of headaches and my skin has been a bit of a mess for awhile. The removal of gluten has really helped me there. And so, I've been baking and cooking A LOT. Being gluten-free (not eating any wheat) doesn't mean I can't enjoy normal foods...it just means, I need to make them myself to ensure the right ingredients for me are used.
And I'm having a blast. So I thought I'd share.
Vegan Gluten-Free French Toast
PETA's website. To make it GF, I simply used GF rice-bread, and when the recipe called for flour, I used GF flour. This is probably my favorite right now. I didn't know for a long time I could still have french toast without eggs. And it's so simple and fast to make. I topped it with strawberries and agave nectar.
Vegan Gluten-Free Pancakes
Vegan Gluten Free Latkes
The Kind Life. Again to GF the recipe, I swapped out the flour for GF flour.
Ok, I hope you enjoyed. Now I must decide which recipe to try today....