Baking (Successfully) With Alternate Flours
With allergies in both kids and adults on the rise, we’re eternally working on gluten-free recipes. And while regular baking is intimidating enough, gluten-free baking can be next-level tricky (lots of ingredients, dry, unappealing results, etc.). These four recipes—using four different gluten-free flours full of nutritional benefits—call for simple ingredients that result in dishes that don’t taste like a sacrifice; they’re even kid-approved!
Buckwheat is high in fiber, protein, and magnesium. It’s also great for your cardiovascular system thanks to rutin, a flavonoid glycoside with antioxidant and protective properties to support healthy capillary walls and good circulation. If that’s not enough, it can also help maintain healthy blood sugar levels.