Our Bountiful Bread Basket series featuring the best gluten-free bread recipes continues with Part 7: Over 50 of the Best Gluten-Free Alternative Breads—the best Gluten-Free Bagel Recipes, plus the best gluten-free Breadstick, Croissant, English Muffin, and Soft Pretzel Recipes. Just the thought of delicious gluten-free versions of all these bready items gets me excited!
Did you hear what I just said? Did you see this goodness? Bagels! Breadsticks! Croissants and crescent rolls! Soft pretzels! Which are you most excited about? And per usual, there are versions that are also grain free, dairy free, egg free, vegan, paleo, etc., just as there have been in all the parts of this series (shown below if you need to check them out/revisit them).
NOTE: I’ve included “gluten free” in the title if the blogger used it but, of course, all recipes are gluten free as always. Although I’ve labeled the recipes per the blogger’s recipe and notes, if a recipe looks appealing and you need to make substitutions, always read the comments on the original post. So often readers give a recipe a try with substitutions and report back on their successful results. You don’t have to read all the comments to determine if the substitution you have in mind will work.
For example, if you want to know if a flax gel egg can be substitution for a chicken egg, do Ctrl-F (the search feature—“F” stands for “Find”) and type in “flax.” If “flax” is found, click on “next” until you’ve read all the comments that include “flax.” Or you could search on “egg” because that word would be used when readers are talking about any egg substitutes. Chances are you’ll find your answer using this simple method of searching, and chances are that there are more recipes here that you can enjoy than are indicated by the labels. So if a recipe looks good, by all means click over to the original post and use the Ctrl-F capability.
Best Gluten-Free Bagel Recipes
Cranberry Orange Bagels from Fork and Beans ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Reader reviews: “Just made these and they came out great! thanks!!!” and “I made these this evening, and they tasted amazing! I substituted lemon zest for orange and golden raisins for cranberries and the end result was delicious.”
Egg Bagels from Free Eats ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “Holy goodness! These are amazing. I made half the batch as directed and the other half with garlic, poppy, and kosher salt on top. Yummy goodness to the max. My not so gluten-free nephew LOVES them. He went so far as to say that they are BETTER than “real” bagels. Thanks for the awesome recipe!” and “I have made these several times now, and they always come out very nice!”
Gluten-Free Bagels from Faithfully Gluten Free ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, with vegan option
Reader reviews: “These came out great!!! No need to buy bagels ever again. Thanks so much for posting this. I can’t wait to make another batch.” and “Holy Cow! These are AMAZING. I have made them twice now (the first time, I made 8 bagels and the second time, I made 6). I used poppy seed, dehydrated minced garlic and onion, and onion powder with a little kosher salt. My husband who is not gluten intolerant raved about these and promptly ate two!” (Note: You’ll probably want to read all comments on this recipe as readers made a number of substitutions successfully in this recipe.)
Gluten-Free Bagels from Free Range Cookies ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian
Linda tells you how different flours work in her bagel recipe. This photo is actually a photo of bagels made by some of the students from her breadmaking classes, which is proof that beginners can easily make this recipe.
Gluten-Free Bagels from No Gluten, No Problem ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian
Reader review: “I just made these and they taste awesome!!! just like normal bagels.” and “Wheee! Just a note to say YES! These are a win! I’m from upstate NY, and can’t have gluten anymore. I also can’t have dairy, soy, or eggs. This recipe worked great using the Ener-G egg replacer instead of the egg whites in the bagels, and I just used olive oil instead of the egg wash and that worked to. Held sesame seeds and onion flakes. Big win, thank you for sharing.”
Gluten-Free Allergen-Friendly Chewy Bagels from Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, with egg-free option
Heidi used her recipe to make all the gluten-free bagel favorites, even these Pizza Bagel Bites. She even did a cost analysis for her recipe for which she used Better Batter Flour. The results? $5.00 for 10 of her homemade gluten-free bagels!
Reader review: “Thanks so much for this recipe. I just made a batch and they turned out great! This was my first attempt at making bagels (gluten free or not). Your pictures were very helpful.”
Gluten-Free and Egg-Free Bagels from She Let Them Eat Cake ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Reader review: “I made these last night, they were awesome! I made a sundried tomato & Italian herb version.”
Gluten-Free Bagels: Cinnamon Raisin or Onion Poppyseed from The Spunky Coconut ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, egg free, yeast free, vegan
Reader reviews: “They came out great and my son loved them, both of which are always exciting.” and “This is the first, and I mean the first baked good that my son has liked since he’s had to go on a very special diet with no grains, no sweeteners, no eggs and no dairy. I have tried many things, but this is the only one he’s liked. I made the bagels plain without the honey or cinnamon and raisins. He wants to eat them every day, all day long he says! Sending you love and gratitude from Texas!!” I’ll add my own review, too. I’ve eaten these bagels made by Kelly herself and they are phenomenal!
Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Bagels from Angela’s Kitchen ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian
Angela said that she got her two most important tips from a bread-making class conducted by Pete and Kelli Bronski of No Gluten, No Problem: “The nifty bagel hole making and the par-bake before boiling tip. They were perfect ideas to help me take my own recipe and make it successful.” She added: “I gotta tell you, when we bit into these bagels, there was dancing in my kitchen.”
Grain-Free, Paleo Bagels from Laura’s Gluten-Free Pantry ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, refined sugar free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “Just made these this morning. They turned out really delicious. I made them exactly as the recipe calls for and baked them for 25 minutes. The outside is golden and the inside is like the picture. I was able to cut it and put it in the toaster to warm up on a light setting. I am pretty much at sea level, so 25 minutes worked well for me. Thanks for this great recipe.” and “What a great recipe! I just made these and it was hard not to eat just one. I had mine as a fancy sandwich. I did change the recipe to use 1 cup freshly ground millet in place of 1 cup of the almond flour for $$ savings. I topped mine with two kinds of sesame seeds, poppy seeds, kosher salt and dried onion. Oooooh.”
Gluten-Free Vegan Everything Bagels from Fork and Beans ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Reader reviews: “I made these yesterday and could not believe how good they were. You are brilliant! I’ve always been intimidated to make vegan gf breads but not anymore since I found your blog.” and “These were fantastic!!! Even my seven year old (who is not vegan or gluten free) loved them! Fantastic recipe.”
Low-Carb Croissant Bagels from Beauty and the Foodie ~ gluten free, grain free, primal, with refined sugar-free, sugar-free options
Reader review: “Made these last night, love the texture. Great recipe! Thank you for sharing.” and “Made these and they were great, HUGE thank you!!!”
Low-Carb Pumpkin Bagels from Beauty and the Foodie ~ gluten free, grain free, primal, with dairy-free, sugar-free, paleo options
Reader reviews: “I just made these and I can’t tell you how happy I am with the way they turned out…..PERFECT!!!!! The entire family loved them including the kids….one doesn’t like coconut or pumpkin but LOVES these.”
New York Style Sun-Dried Tomato Bagels from Jenn Cuisine ~ gluten free, vegetarian
Some of Jenn’s recipe photos are not available on her blog right now, so I’m sharing a photo of an adaptation of these bagels from my friend Heather’s (Gluten-Free Cat) blog. Heather’s review is excerpted below, but you can read her full review here. By the way, Jenn’s recipe was an adaptation of Maggie’s (She Let Them Eat Cake) bagel recipe (which is also included in this roundup). Let all that info inspire you to adapt recipes as needed/as you wish. Quite often, it works out beautifully!
Reader reviews: “I am stunned. I am truly amazed. Scoop my jaw up off the floor, because I actually made my own bagels today! The house smells like a New York deli, and that Husband better hurry up and get home soon, because I’ve already eaten half of my first bagel. We’re having bagels for dinner tonight!”
Paleo Bagels from Elana’s Pantry ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, vegetarian, paleo, primal
Reader reviews: “I’ve made the bagels and they’re wonderful.” and “I made a cinnamon raisin variation – 1/3 organic thompson raisins, 1/2 tsp cinn. and 1/8 tsp nutmeg. I have also been using extra-large cage free eggs and a Wilton donut pan. I get wonderful bagels that the whole family loves.” and “I’m not much of a baker, but these are easy and taste good.”
Paleo Bagels (Starch Free, Vegan) from Forest and Fauna ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, egg free, vegan, paleo, primal
Reader reviews: “Thank you very much Andrea for sharing this recipe. I never leave comments but I must say it brought me so much joy when I tasted it!!!! Being on a strict diet make us forget some flavors and sensations, I felt like I was eating regular bread! I can’t eat applesauce so I simply left it aside, I replaced vinegar with Kombucha and magic happened anyhow.” and “Made my second batch this time and added some bacon. I like to try it with some herbs as well. They are wonderful, thank you for all your work.”
Paleo Cinnamon Raisin Bagels from Beauty and the Foodie ~ gluten free, grain free, refined sugar free, primal, with dairy-free, sugar-free, paleo option
Reader reviews: “I have been craving bagels something fierce since going low carb a few weeks back. Thank you! I made a batch yesterday, and the texture is amazing!” and “I love these! I made a batch yesterday and they’re nearly gone! The cinnamon raisin flavor is incredible and I’m excited to make another batch and maybe play with some more flavor combinations My brother (who is very NOT paleo) said they tasted almost like Dunkin Donuts cinnamon raisin bagels– can’t argue with that!”
Paleofied Cinnamon Raisin Bagels and Paleofied Mini Pumpkin Bagels from Real Everything (formerly Paleo Parents) ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, yeast free, paleo, primal, with egg-free, vegan options
Stacy and Matt took Kelly’s (The Spunky Coconut) recipe and tweaked it to suit their needs. Stacy says: “The pumpkin flavor [in the pumpkin bagels] is faint, so we put pumpkin butter on them to really bring out the flavor – yum! Almond butter and apple butter made great “sandwiches” on the cinnamon raisin ones too.”
Pumpernickel Bagels from Cuter Than Gluten ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, yeast free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “Delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe.”
Pumpkernickel Bagels from No Gluten, No Problem ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian
Pete explained: “Pumpernickel breads are often dark, and true pumpernickel is made using rye flour (one of the forbidden flours if you’re gluten-free).” He added: “For our version, we bet the farm and used cocoa powder, coffee, molasses, dark brown sugar, and caraway seeds. And the result? A moist, soft, chewy, tender bagel with a rich, balanced flavor that closely mirrors the pumpernickel of our memory.”
Seeded Multigrain Bagels from Live Free, Gluten Free ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free
Paula decided to use the same dry ingredients for her multigrain bread to make multigrain bagels. For both, she suggests measuring out all the dry ingredients (minus the yeast) and placing them in an airtight container. Then she wants bread or bagels, she can “pull out one of the containers and the wet ingredients and be done. It definitely makes this recipe much faster to make.”
Reader review: “My father-in-law has to be gluten free in his diet and he is coming out to visit in September. Your post and recipe, plus your measure ahead tips, are perfectly timed! The bagels turned out great.”
Vegan Blueberry Bagels from Fork and Beans ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Cara says: “With an incredible bite, you wouldn’t believe that these blueberry bagels were actually gluten-free and vegan.” She also says that dried blueberries and the right flour mix are the key to success when making these bagels.
Gluten-Free Breadstick Recipes
Cheesy Breadsticks from Gluten-Free Homemaker ~ gluten free, egg free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “Great recipe!” and “Have to use 1.5C of milk but I LOVE them!! Make them all the time now! Great to add some garlic powder to the dry ingredients as well!”
Crisp Breadsticks from Angela’s Kitchen ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Angela says: ” If you bake them the day before your event and leave them out uncovered, they will be even crisper and more pretzel textured. I like to make long sticks with swirls or twists at the end for the holidays. They look fancy, but only I know how easy they were to make. Try it!” She turned her breadsticks into “sparklers” for July 4th!
Dairy-Free Breadsticks from Gluten-Free Homemaker ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian
Linda says: “I recommend mixing up multiple batches of the dry ingredients at one time. Just set out a row of bowls and measure the flour, starches, gum, onion and garlic powders, salt, and sugar into each bowl. Place the contents of each bowl into an airtight container or bag. Then, the next time you want breadsticks, they will be very easy to put together.”
Easy Gluten-Free Italian Herb Breadsticks from Petite Allergy Treats ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Laura says these breadsticks are her “pizza crust in disguise,” but she offers no apologies. And she shouldn’t!
Gluten-Free Breadstick Bites from Living Free ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, nut free, vegan
Aubree says these Bread Stick Bites, which she made with a ready-made mix, are “perfect right out of the oven!” Eat them as a mini roll or eat with dips as Aubree and her husband did.
Garlic Herb Breadsticks from Sarah Bakes Gluten-Free ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Sarah says: “No kneading. No rising. No gluten. Now you have no excuse not to serve warm garlic herb breadsticks with your next meal. Your family and friends will surely give you a round of applause and say, “another breadstick, please!”
Reader reviews: “Just made them and FELL IN LOVE with the taste and texture! Great job!”
Gluten-Free Crescent Roll and Croissant Recipes
Crescent Rolls from GF Jules ~ gluten free, vegetarian, with dairy free, egg-free, vegan options
Reader reviews: “Love this recipe! Have made the rolls and they were divine! Next I’m going to use the dough for mini pigs in a blanket and for monkey bread! Can’t wait!” and “These were great!”
Gluten-Free Croissants from Gluten Free Canteen ~ gluten free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “I never post to blogs but I wanted to say thank you. I made 2 recipes of this for a bridal shower this weekend in Phoenix. They turned out perfectly and we all loved them. The guests were astounded that they were GF. I made them in smaller sizes as we made everything in petite serving sizes. I think they made about 16 per recipe and several guests had 2-3. Thank you so much. This is a scientific miracle I think.”
Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Crescent Rolls from The Rice of Life ~ gluten free, dairy free, nut free, vegetarian
Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free Croissants from Adventures of a Gluten-Free Mom ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free
Note that this recipe can also be used for Cinnamon Rolls as Heidi details in her post.
Reader reviews: Made the dough three days ago. Baked the crescent rolls yesterday and the cinnamon rolls this morning. Thank you so much for posting this recipe. Now my daughters and I can celebrate our Christmas Eve properly with rolls and Christmas morning those cinnamon rolls will be right there next to our Mimosas and Espresso! It’s an even better tradition now, 30 years later. You have made my job as the GF/DF/EG chef better than ever!” and “These came out fantastic.”
Gluten-Free Homemade Croissants from Gluten-Free Gobsmacked ~ gluten free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “OK…You win! The best GF anything I have had so far! We were all in heaven. Half were plain (with apricot jam, of course) and half were chocolate. I made a firm ganache for the center so that it wouldn’t harden after it was cool. I was surprised how rich they are. Even though I wanted to eat more, I could just do two!” and “Thank you so much for creating this recipe. I finally had time to make these and they were terrific. Croissants were the one food that my daughter mourned when we all went gluten free 3 years ago. She was so proud that “her” croissants came out perfectly.”
Incredibly Easy Gluten-Free Crescent Rolls (“Almost Croissants”) from Skinny GF Chef ~ gluten free, vegetarian
Ali says: “These light and flaky gluten free crescent rolls are seriously out of this world and so easy to make! Not quite a croissant but better than any packaged crescent roll.” She adds: “The first bite out of the oven and I literally gasped with joy.”
Gluten-Free Vegan Garlic Crescent Rolls from Petite Allergy Treats ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Laura says that these rolls are crispy and chewy and great to feed a crowd, but honestly I wouldn’t want to share! Bonus–They can be made ahead of serving and travel well.
Mrs. P’s Yeast Rolls (or Crescent Rolls) from Faithfully Gluten Free ~ gluten free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “These turned out so well. My husband loved them too, which is a rarity when it comes to GF bread.” and “I just made these and they turned out quite well! I am recently GF and this will hopefully help me through the holidays!!”
Gluten-Free English Muffin Recipes
2-Minute Paleo English Muffins—Two Ways from Running to the Kitchen ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, paleo, primal
The first option is a microwave paleo version of a traditional English Muffin and the second option is a Cinnamon-Raisin English Muffin version.
Reader reviews: “These are really good, especially the cinnamon and raisins ones.” And “This is a genius recipe! Seriously–I found it and immediately went to make a cinnamon raisin one for myself, and I’m completely smitten.” And “You are a genius. I am so in love with these…and 2 minutes?! I made them for breakfast today and bedtime snack again tonight. So stinking good. Thank you!”
Brit Bits from Chacha’s Gluten-Free Kitchen ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Kathryn said: “Giving each side a quick browning on a hot cast iron pan gives them the look of an English muffin but the texture isn’t too far from a biscuit even with all the flax meal.”
Cinnamon Raisin English Muffins, Gluten Free from Gluten Free Canteen ~ gluten free, vegetarian
Lisa says: “Thomas should move on over – actually I thought life after GF meant never eating a decent English Muffin again. Never say never. These are even better than the other and probably a little better for you, too.”
English Muffins from Simply Quinoa~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “I just wanted to say THANK YOU SOOOOO Much for this recipe! These are just… Wonderful… Perfect… So delicious I ate five (FIVE) of the six the batch yielded… I replaced the sorghum and the tapioca fours with 1 cup of my gluten free flour blend (which has both flours in it) and then ate them with vegan butter. This will become my go to recipe for English muffins and gluten free flat bread. Thank you very much!” and “Made these this week but added 2 Tbsp of sugar because the quinoa I get is a tad bitter, even with rinsing, and I ground my quinoa into flour, have never found quinoa flakes. Even so, they were wonderful; beautifully moist and “bendable” for two full days at room temp (all sealed up). Then I froze them to prevent them getting any drier, will warm them with a tad bit of water to try & rehydrate. This will be a favorite of mine for sure.”
English Muffins, Gluten Free from Gluten Free Canteen ~ gluten free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “These are – without a doubt – the best GF bread I’ve made. I’m not really a baker but followed the (very detailed – thanks) directions exactly and they turn out every time. I’ve even made it in a loaf pan. They are a staple in our house. Thank you SO much!!” and “I just took these out of the oven … they smell amazing and they have a great texture and they TASTE like good food. Bacon and egg sandwich here I come. Thank you so much. Something to put jam on is something I have really really missed.”
Gluten-Free English Muffins from Free Range Cookies ~ gluten free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “THANK YOU!!! My little man has recently had to go GF/CF and his favorite thing is English muffins. These turned out wonderfully!” and “Oh, my goodness! These are fantastic! Guess I’m going to have to add another workout in everyday because I’m going to eat them all. Thank you for sharing this!!! By the way, I used Earth Balance instead of butter and subbed 1/4 cup quinoa flakes for 1/4 cup of the gf flour blend. They turned out so light and fluffy and just perfect.”
Gluten-Free English Muffins from GF Jules ~ gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian
Reader reviews: “Jules, I wanted you to know that I just received your flour and English muffin rings and made your english muffin recipe and it was delish!!! I am so excited!! I have ate 3 slices since it has came out of the oven.” and “Both my honey and my daughter said they were fabulous.”
Gluten-Free English Muffins from Gluten-Free Goddess ~ gluten free, dairy free, with egg-free, vegan options
Reader reviews: “Love them! I made them last night for my 3 year old son and 5 year old daughter. They had them for dessert with butter and strawberry jam. SO YUMMY and comforting.” and “They were absolutely yummy!” and “I made these tonight (ate late because of it, but well worth the wait). They turned out gorgeous, and SO tasty! I’m going to have one slathered with butter and homemade raspberry jam in the morning, and smile because they’re all MINE… and I’m not sharing!”
Microwave Cinnamon Raisin English Muffin from The Big Man’s World ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, sugar free, paleo, primal
Reader reviews: “I am seriously loving this microwave English muffin.” and “Just tried this out- turned out perfect! I added way more raisins though.”
Microwave English Muffin from The Big Man’s World ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, with sugar-free, paleo, vegan options
Arman says that gluten-free oat flour can be used in place of the peanut flour, but the resulting muffins will not be as fluffy.
Reader reviews: “So, I totally made your GF english muffin and loved it!” and “I made your English muffin with chia seeds in place of the egg the last time I made it- so good!”
Quick Paleo English Muffins from Beauty and the Foodie ~ gluten free, grain free, refined sugar free, with dairy-free, sugar-free options
Reader reviews: “Hi! So glad to have found this recipe. I’ve tried many paleo “English muffin” recipes and all were pretty “meh” until this one. Thank you!!” and “Hi Stacey — this recipe is so good! The muffins are soft, moist and yet have a crunchy crust. They rise beautifully, have great texture. I made them savory, with just sea salt for seasoning and they didn’t taste “eggy” to me or to other people who tried them.”
Whole Grain English Muffins from Tessa the Domestic Diva ~ gluten free, egg free, refined sugar free, with dairy-free, vegan option
Reader reviews: “I made these today and they are easy, delicious and a dream come true for me.” and “The recipe is awesome and forgiving – I added the chia meal to the dry ingreds instead of wet! I’m still fiddling with the flours to perfect the taste but I’m so proud to have made muffins that look and taste great. They even have a lovely texture.”
Yeasted Skillet Muffins from Fork and Beans ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Reader reviews: “I just made these and they are great! Puffed up beautifully and were soft and tender.” and “Just tried these this morning. Can’t believe how good they were!!! Husband said he likes them almost better than his regular English muffins.”
Gluten-Free Soft Pretzel Recipes
Gluten-Free and Grain-Free Pretzels from GAPS Diet Journey ~ gluten free, grain free, dairy free, primal, GAPS
Starlene emphasizes that different brands of ready-made almond flour and coconut flour can yield different results.
Reader reviews: “I have made these twice. I just ground up my own almonds in my Vitamix and it worked perfectly-recipe was spot on and the kids love them. Thank you for being so wonderfully creative.”
Gluten-Free Hot Soft Pretzels from Jeanette’s Healthy Living ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
This recipe was the one that introduced me to Jeanette’s blog 3 ½ years ago!
Reader reviews: “Hello and thanks for the delicious recipe. I just made these tasty pretzels!” and “Great recipe, thank you! As well all know, some gluten-free foods look like the real thing but taste like the cardboard box they come in, with similar texture. These pretzels really taste like soft pretzels and the texture is very close as well. Thank you for sharing such an easy, great tasting recipe.”
Gluten-Free Soft Pretzels from Simply Quinoa ~ gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free, vegetarian, with egg-free option
Alyssa says these are awesome, soft, salty, gluten-free pretzels!
Gluten-Free Vegan Easy Pretzels from Wheatless, Meatless ~ gluten free, dairy free, egg free, vegan
Reader reviews: “I made these today and they were great! Thank you so much for the recipe. My daughter loves soft pretzels and said these tasted exactly the same.” and “I just made these this morning and they came out GREAT! I cut the recipe down a bit—made 2/3 of the recipe, and also used eggs. You deserve GREAT credit for these—they really are delicious!”
Skinny Soft Pretzels (Gluten Free, Grain Free, Xanthan Free) from Skinny GF Chef ~ gluten free, grain free, vegetarian
Ali offers you a “soft, gluten free and grain free pretzel that will make your heart glad …”
Soft Pretzels from GF Jules ~ gluten free, vegetarian, with dairy-free, egg-free, vegan options
Reader reviews: “My daughter has been craving soft pretzels since being diagnosed with her gluten sensitivity last summer. We made these today… JACKPOT! They tasted absolutely delicious, and best of all, made her soooo happy! Thanks!!!” and “Just pulled my first batch out of the oven 5 minutes ago and only have one left! My 10 yr old and her friends gobbled them up, and these are regular-gluten kids!! Off to make a second batch thanks Jules!!”
Soft Pretzels from No Gluten, No Problem ~ gluten free, nut free, vegetarian, with egg-free option
Reader reviews: “These are amazing! We couldn’t stop eating them. Thank you!” and “I got home from my run this morning and my fiance had eaten the whole container of pretzels… He’s not GF and usually very picky with my flavor and textures… these passed his test!”
Soft Pretzel Bites from Tasty Yummies ~ gluten free, dairy free, with egg-free, vegan options
Reader reviews: “Just finished making these and they are DELICIOUS! It’s been 4 years since I’ve had a soft pretzel and these hit the spot.” and “Oh my goodness! I made these yesterday and they were perfect! Totally satisfied my craving.” and “Wow—so good! Living in Vietnam, it’s super difficult to find pre-made GF products (especially of the homemade variety)! I used flax seed meal and it worked out perfectly!”
Which will you try first? One of the best gluten-free bagel recipes? A delectable gluten-free croissant? A classic English muffin? Or a breadstick? Perhaps you should come up with a schedule to try them all!