Gluten Free Cornbread

Gluten Free CornbreadThis sweet moist cornbread is perfect on its own, with soup or chili , or if you’re my Cece with butter and dripping in honey!

 

 

Gluten Free CornbreadWe are not gluten-free, but I like to have certain recipes that I can make so that when the opportunity arises to bring someone a meal that’s gluten-free, I’m ready!  It used to freak me out, if someone was vegetarian, peanut free, or gluten-free.  But now I’ve got a few recipes that I know will work and people seem to like so that’s what I make.

 

 

Gluten Free CornbreadI will say,  after dropping this meal off at my cousin’s house and talking to her about why they are mostly gluten-free;  I’m wondering if I shouldn’t give gluten-free a try.  I have been struggling with some intestinal issues…if you know what I mean.  Also I have had a lingering cold for…well forEVER.  Nose always running.  Also I’m always tired.  And bloated.  What do you think?  I need to google it, I guess.  Maybe make a doctors appointment….I hate going to the doctor with vague symptoms.  Last time I did…well that’s a story for another time.  Are you gluten-free?  May I ask why?  I’d love to hear your story.

So anyway this recipe is basically my cornbread/ strawberry shortbread recipe that I changed up a bit to make it gluten-free.  And it worked wonderfully, and tastes amazing!  Not sure I’ll ever make it the old way again.

 

Gluten Free CornbreadSo if you’re looking for a great gluten-free meal may I suggest you make Three Bean Turkey Soup with this cornbread?!

 

 

Need a little something sweet?
Have a little cornbread with your honey and butter…don’t mind if I do!

Gluten Free CornbreadI’d love to hear what some of your favorite tried and true (because I’ve tried some gluten-free recipes that are not true!!  Truly a mess maybe.) gluten-free recipes are or cook books.

 

Thanks for stoppin’ by!
Sheila

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    Kirstin :

    I’m mostly gluten free because of thyroid issues. The brownie bark recipe at artofglutenfreebaking.com is really good. I use Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 baking flour in it.