We received an e-mail from a reader requesting a gluten free olive bread similar to the way it is traditionally made in Cyprus. We worked on it and eventually came up with this recipe and we love it! This bread is delicious! This recipe is also one of the recipes we are posting for our food blog awards we are participating in. If you are interested in supporting us, click here and then click like to vote for us. Thank you for your support!
I’ve been attempting to make good gluten free vegan pizza crust for a number of years now which has been an adventure to say the least! About a year ago I came up with this fluffy gluten free vegan pizza crust recipe and we really love it! This pizza crust is absolutely delicious when it’s freshly baked so we felt we had to share it on the blog.
Today is Athanasia’s namesake day! Here in Greece they celebrate their namesake much like a birthday with a few differences. It’s traditional to name children after one of their grandparents which results in a continuation of the family names and many days of celebrations each year! Every day of the year is associated with at least one saint or martyr by the Orthodox church and they even have an “All Saint’s Day” in case your name is not one that is celebrated. Ok, now that we have covered some culture, let’s talk chocolate chip banana cake! A few months ago my mom suggested we turn our banana bread into one with chocolate chips. This, of course, was a great idea! We decided to make a cake instead of another bread so we could have a sweet for Athanasia’s namesake. This cake is delicious!
These little balls of bread are very delicious. They go very well with our marinara sauce! Obviously these make a great Super Bowl snack as well. This gluten free vegan meatball bread idea came to existence by accident but ended up being so delicious that we had to share them. A few weeks ago, I was trying to create a gluten-free vegan meatball since most of the ways it’s done uses gluten. I ended up using too much flour and these little meatball breads emerged. Sometimes failures can be a success in the kitchen, rarely, but sometimes. Here is how I made them: Continue reading Gluten Free Vegan Meatball Bread
I really have been wanting to make gluten free vegan banana bread for a while. It seemed we kept buying bananas that were nowhere near ripe enough to pull it off for the longest time! Of course, by the time the bananas were almost ripe enough to make the bread we had eaten them all! I finally was able to do it though and it was very delicious!
A perfect, soft eggplant bread! What else are we gonna think of?! 🙂 Continue reading Eggplant Bread
Both Athanasia and I had been craving deep dish pizza lately. I had tried making and developing a recipe for this using buckwheat flour in Minnesota without much success. I find buckwheat makes a better cake flour than dough flour. It was about time to try again! To my pleasant surprise, we now are able to share this gluten free vegan deep dish pizza recipe with you! Continue reading Gluten Free Vegan Deep Dish Pizza – Chicago Style
So you want to know how to make Simple Gluten Free Vegan Bread? It is not as difficult as it sounds! Here is how we did it: Continue reading Simple Gluten Free Vegan Bread
My siblings and I grew up on pizza. When we were kids, every weekend we would meet my Grandparents for pizza. My Grandpa loves pizza and I think it’s safe to say that got passed down to us all! I had tried every pizza you could probably imagine up to the point where I became a vegan. Now I find myself trying to recreate some of my favorites. The world needed a great gluten free vegan BBQ chicken pizza and I was determined to make it happen! Here is how I did it… Continue reading Gluten Free Vegan BBQ Chicken Pizza Recipe
Let’s take a look at how to make a very simple and easy gluten free vegan pizza crust! Here is how it’s done: Continue reading Easy Gluten Free Vegan Pizza Crust Recipe