Gluten Free Baking

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    1. hello!!!

      I’m very please to see all your lecture about baking…also i love the way you video ur expertise in baking….thanks a lot for sharing all your knowledge about baking…

  1. Helllllppppp!!!
    Hy Gretchen how can i make you m&m cookies Gluten Free ???
    I think I have done something wrong !!!
    I have changed the gluten free flower amound from original 356 to 260 grams and the cookies spread in the oven like it was liquide
    What must I do to become a perfect result???
    Please help me

      1. Thanks a lot
        I have understood that I must change the amound of flour in the recipe when I use it gluten free
        Does this conversation chart means I must use for the quantity of wheat four 356gramm= 2 cups(?gramms)+potato starch 1/2c ( Gramm???)+tapioca starch 1/4c(???) +/./1,1/4 tbs xantham gum together ???
        Can you Help me with the gramms
        I adore you thanks a lot ❤️❤️❤️

  2. Hello,
    I was just wondering if there was a way to make your peanut butter cheesecake stuffed brownie cupcake GLUTEN FREE??? Really trying to figure something out that my daughter would like and I really feel that she would like this but needs to be gluten free….

    1. Hi! I have several Gluten Free followers who have tried a number of my recipe with GF AP mix with GREAT success! So I am going to confidently say YES!

  3. I have been sucked into this delightful website… Chocolate, strawberries, butter… oh my… I did printed out some of the cookie recipes (Christmas is coming, you know)…
    I find when I bake gluten-free the biggest problem I have is a dry, not holding together end result (bars, cookies, cakes, whatever)… I did a little research and some experimentation and found 1 tablespoon of psyllium added to my flour mixture (half oat flour and half almond flour) not only stops the baked yummy from being delicate and dry the flours add a nuttiness that is delicious… course this doesn’t help people who have nut intolerances… and lovely to spend part of my Saturday here…

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