As you know I have giveaway to do today with Cornaby’s Farms and we had many entries. Since trying the Cornaby’s product I have been inspired more to bake cookies, breads and all sorts of goodies. However, as I explained to you in my last post It is very expensive to bake Gluten Free. After having such a great success with the Oat flour I decided to venture out of Oats and try to make Rice flour. Well this worked with the coffee grinder but bit was not as fine as the oats and I had some beads in the rice when finished. If you like a crunchy bread or muffin this is the way to make rice flour, but if not I suggest you buy a rice or mill grinder. Kitchen aid makes a fabulous mill grinder that attaches to there stand mixer.
The winner of Cornaby’s (One Gourmet Raspberry and one flavor of their choice) and likely a sample assortment, which will have some of the small sample bags of other flavors of spread, Ultra Gel and a recipe handout. is MRM from Preppy Girl Meets World. Congratulations and enjoy the fruit Spread. I know you will be enjoying it on a large piece of cheese with some crackers or toast.
And the other winner is Beck they will receive a jar of gourmet Raspberry Spread and a package of Jam in a Jiffy which is a low sugar instant jam mix. It's a five minute stir and go mix which includes everything to make freezer jam at home except for the fruit
Please email me at MrsMix It at gmail dot com so I may pass on your info to Cornaby's Farms
Now on to my Recipe for Banana Bread made with Home Made Rice Flour and Oat Flour.
Makes 2 large Loafs
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Banana Bread made with Home Made Rice Flour and Oat Flour Ingredients
5 Bananas the older the better
2 ½ cups of Granulated Sugar
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 cup rice flour
2 cups gluten freeoat flour.
2 large loaf pans.
Beat bananas and sugar at high speed for 3 minutes until turns into liquid.
Add eggs and vanilla beat again.
Last add Baking Soda, Baking powder, Rice Flour
Spray cooking pans with cooking spray.
Poor batter in Pan 3/4 full.
Enjoy and Bon Appetite
Like that you used a lot of bananas! Most breads I try always have me wishing they used more, great work!ReplyDelete
There needs to be more gluten free recipes. Thanks for your efforts.ReplyDelete