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 Post subject: recipes that you have successfully GF'd
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 1:05 am 
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Can you name some recipes that you have successfully gluten-freed? Like from some popular blogs or vegan recipe books. For example, I'd love to get Vegan Cupcakes or Vegan Cookies but not sure how they work out with gluten-free flour. Thank you!

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 Post subject: Re: recipes that you have successfully GF'd
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 2:18 pm 
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I made several recipes from Vegan Cookies Invade. Some worked well using Isa's gluten frida mix, some I thought needed xanthan gum. You can see pictures here:

http://www.mittenmachen.com/2010/02/gluten-free-review-vegan-cookies-invade.html

I've made Isa and Terry's gluten freedom cupcakes in vanilla and chocolate, and both were tasty, if a bit crumbly. I'd use a smidge of xanthan next time.


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bittofraw wrote:
Can you name some recipes that you have successfully gluten-freed? Like from some popular blogs or vegan recipe books. For example, I'd love to get Vegan Cupcakes or Vegan Cookies but not sure how they work out with gluten-free flour. Thank you!

VCTOTW includes 2 gluten free recipes which are always fantastic. And you can easily add other flavours to them so you don't just have to make vanilla or chocolate.

From VCIYCJ I have made the PB Oatmeal cookies but I used quinoa flakes instead of oats and I used brown rice, tapioca & potato flour.

I also made the Tahini Lime cookies with the same flours as well as the Citrus Glitters.

Dreena Burton's choc chip cookies always work gluten free as do the PPK Gingerbread cookies (in the recipe section of the homepage).

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I made the VwaV Best Pumpkin Muffins GF, but I used a packaged GF flour mix that's probably not available in the US. I've also done the same with VwaV Lemon Gem cupcakes and Sweet Potato Blondies from VCIYCJ. Probably some other stuff as well, but I can't remember off the top of my head.

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Last night I made the pumpkin cupcakes from VCTOTW (minus the chocolate chips).

I used Isa's gluten frida mix with one sub - I subbed sorghum flour for half of the quinoa flour.

Frosted them with vegan cinnamon cream cheez frosting. They're the bomb!

PS - also baked them about an extra 5 minutes. They were gooey after the recipe recommended 25 min.

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 Post subject: Re: recipes that you have successfully GF'd
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thank you. this is a enough into to get started.

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Hey guys :) Anyone GFed any of the V'Con bread/baked good recipes?

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on the old boards, someone posted a recipe for gluten-free Chickpea Cutlets that worked great for me! I wonder if it's still kicking around somewhere.

I would like to convert the Pot Pie Stew in AFR, I don't think it would be too difficult...


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I've made all of the muffins from VWAV and Vegan Brunch GF with Bob's Red Mill GF mix. I was too lazy to make my own mix, but they all worked with that. I've also made several of the cupcakes from VCTOTW with Bob's Red Mill, as well as a few of the cookies from VCTOYCJ. I haven't tried de-glutenizing recipes from most other books, since those are the baked goodies I make most.


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I haven't had much luck but am still quite new.

Tried g/f cupcakes from vctotw but couldn't stand the quinoa flour in it. Don't think quinoa should belong in desserts

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appifanie wrote:
Hey guys :) Anyone GFed any of the V'Con bread/baked good recipes?

I've done the cranberry-orange-nut bread, the lemon bundt cake (it's heavier than the original but my dad and i like heavy cake) and the almond-quinoa muffins and a few of the cookies. I don't have the subs in front of me, but if you want any of them, let me know.

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I made the Isa Pizza from VWAV with Bob's Red Mill GF Pizza Crust mix instead of Isa's dough recipe and it still came out delicious. Some people don't like the Bob's Red Mill crust (its thin and cracker-y) but I loved it.

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deearess wrote:
appifanie wrote:
Hey guys :) Anyone GFed any of the V'Con bread/baked good recipes?

I've done the cranberry-orange-nut bread, the lemon bundt cake (it's heavier than the original but my dad and i like heavy cake) and the almond-quinoa muffins and a few of the cookies. I don't have the subs in front of me, but if you want any of them, let me know.


almond quinoa muffins!! :D

i have xanthum gum, teff, chickpea flour (not a lot left), brown rice, sorghum and bob's all purpose

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 Post subject: Re: recipes that you have successfully GF'd
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this weekend i took the VWAV ginger-macadamia-coconut-carrot cake and made it gluten-free. 'twas AMAZING! my family was visiting for my sister's birthday and no one believed it was gluten-free & vegan. so yum!

i used a mixture of chickpea flour, potato starch, and tapioca starch for my flours (5:3:2 ratio), 1/2 tsp xanthan gum, used 2 tsp baking soda, upped the oil in the recipe to 3/4 cup and added in 1/3 cup crushed pineapple. baked mine for 37 minutes and let it sit in the cake pans for 15 minutes before removing the cake.


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 Post subject: Re: recipes that you have successfully GF'd
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Last night I made AFR cheezy sauce and replaced the flour with brown rice flour. Worked great. I'm sure any GF flour would do the trick, or even cornstarch or arrowroot powder.


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Anyone tried replacing the spelt flour in the Fruity Oaty Bars recipe in Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar? I'd love to try them but I've never used spelt flour so I have no idea what a good GF substitute would be

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appifanie wrote:
Hey guys :) Anyone GFed any of the V'Con bread/baked good recipes?

The Fudgy Wudgy Blueberry Brownies works with rice flour and the Chewy Choc Raspberry Cookies work with mostly rice flour and equal lesser parts of potato & tapioca (I'd have to look in the book to tell you exact quantities)

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on the old boards, someone posted a recipe for gluten-free Chickpea Cutlets that worked great for me! I wonder if it's still kicking around somewhere.


Try deearess' gf chickpea cutlets, they are the best!

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Try deearess' gf chickpea cutlets, they are the best!

hooray, thank you!!


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appifanie wrote:
deearess wrote:
appifanie wrote:
Hey guys :) Anyone GFed any of the V'Con bread/baked good recipes?

I've done the cranberry-orange-nut bread, the lemon bundt cake (it's heavier than the original but my dad and i like heavy cake) and the almond-quinoa muffins and a few of the cookies. I don't have the subs in front of me, but if you want any of them, let me know.


almond quinoa muffins!! :D

i have xanthum gum, teff, chickpea flour (not a lot left), brown rice, sorghum and bob's all purpose

Oops...this was right before I got the flu and I forgot all about it. If I don't post in the next day or two, please feel free to send me a message to remind me.

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almond quinoa muffins!! :D

i have xanthum gum, teff, chickpea flour (not a lot left), brown rice, sorghum and bob's all purpose

Oops...this was right before I got the flu and I forgot all about it. If I don't post in the next day or two, please feel free to send me a message to remind me.[/quote]

ahem.

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 Post subject: Re: recipes that you have successfully GF'd
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corduroy wrote:
Last night I made AFR cheezy sauce and replaced the flour with brown rice flour. Worked great. I'm sure any GF flour would do the trick, or even cornstarch or arrowroot powder.



I was thinking of trying this... I was going to use BRM's garfava flour but wasn't sure how that would affect the taste. But I have both cornstarch and arrowroot. Mac and Trees tomorrow for dinner!


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katiepillars wrote:
corduroy wrote:
Last night I made AFR cheezy sauce and replaced the flour with brown rice flour. Worked great. I'm sure any GF flour would do the trick, or even cornstarch or arrowroot powder.

I was thinking of trying this... I was going to use BRM's garfava flour but wasn't sure how that would affect the taste. But I have both cornstarch and arrowroot. Mac and Trees tomorrow for dinner!

I'd be wary of using garbanzo flour, because it can sometimes have a weird metallic taste. I never use it in anything except baked goods (the odd flavor seems to magically disappear in the oven).


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Thanks for the heads up. I wound up going out to eat for dinner, but Mac n Trees are in my future. I'll use arrowroot.


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I just made AFR's Herb-Roasted Cauliflower using cornmeal in place of bread crumbs (GF bread crumbs are a bit pricier). It was yummy.


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appifanie wrote:
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almond quinoa muffins!! :D

i have xanthum gum, teff, chickpea flour (not a lot left), brown rice, sorghum and bob's all purpose

Oops...this was right before I got the flu and I forgot all about it. If I don't post in the next day or two, please feel free to send me a message to remind me.


ahem.[/quote]
Hehe. Thanks for the reminder

I used this mix which I don't really find to be completely all purpose, but works great in muffins that have other things to help w/bulk and texture. http://veg-am.blogspot.com/2008/12/all-purpose-gf-flour_06.html
So, out of what you have I would go with either the ap mix (which I've never used btw) or a mixture of brown rice/sorghum w a bit of xanthan

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