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Gluten-free muffins

Gluten-free muffins

I have a girlfriend who is gluten intolerant. So I made gluten-free muffins: X, using rice flour. You can also use special flour that is commercially available.

  • 3 eggs.
  • 5 tablespoons sugar.
  • 1 banana.
  • 2 banana yogurts (200 gr).
  • 3 tablespoons oil.
  • 1 baking powder.
  • 200 gr of rice flour.
  • Decor:
  • 1 banana.

Servings: 24

Preparation time: less than 30 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Gluten-free muffins:

Mix eggs with sugar at high speed, add oil and continue until they become foam and change color, add mashed banana and yogurt, mix well and gradually add rice flour and baking powder. The composition is put in forms, clean a banana and cut into slices, put in each muffin, put in the oven at 180 ° for 20 minutes.

When they are cold, they can be powdered with sugar or decorated with cocoa icing.

Gluten-free, lactose-free and refined sugar-free check

During this period, I want to test as many gluten-free, lactose-free recipes, sometimes without eggs or other allergens. Due to my food allergies, the options for what I can eat have been reduced, unfortunately. Especially since wheat flour and egg are the most common ingredients, especially cakes.

So today I said try a cake. It's easy to make and delicious. You can enjoy it as a dessert, snack or even as a breakfast accompanied by a tea. It's a simple recipe that you probably knew from childhood. I love the cake. It reminds me of my routine before I go to school. Sometimes before leaving home we would eat a slice of cocoa cake and drink a cup of tea.

I think everyone has eaten or made a cake so far. I prefer the classic one, with cocoa and raisins. What kind of cake do you prefer?

I decided to try a healthy and allergen-free version. I replaced the eggs with banana, but if you want you can use homemade or organic eggs. It's very good anyway. In the recipe I used soy milk, but you can also use cow's milk if you do not have an allergy or intolerance to it. It will definitely give a great taste.

Like the utensils, you won't need anything special, just what you already have in your kitchen:

  • A form of cake
  • Minimum 2 plastic bowls
  • Flour sieve, cocoa, baking powder
  • Silicone / rubber spatula
  • At least a saucepan to melt the coconut butter and heat the milk.


  • 3 eggs or 2 tablespoons ground flax seeds, soaked in 2 tablespoons water and half a crushed banana
  • 200 ml maple syrup, or 250 ml if you want it to be sweeter
  • 200 ml coconut butter
  • 200 ml soy milk
  • lemon peel to taste
  • 50 gr raisins
  • 10 gr cocoa
  • 300 gr flour & # 8211 mix Schar & # 8211 Gluten Free, Universal
  • 7 gr baking powder

Method of preparation

  1. Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl (flour and baking powder)
  2. If you use flax seeds, mix them with lukewarm water and let them soak for about 5 minutes. They will have a viscous consistency. Mix with the rest of the wet ingredients instead of eggs. Half a banana replaces an egg
  3. Mix the wet ingredients in a bowl (eggs (or if you don't use eggs, flax seeds and ground banana) and maple syrup)
  4. Melt the coconut butter in a bain marie
  5. Heat the milk so that when we mix it with the coconut butter, it does not harden from the too cold temperature of the milk.
  6. Coconut butter and soy milk are mixed with wet ingredients
  7. Gradually add over the wet ingredients, the flour mixed with baking powder and mix
  8. Add raisins and lemon peel to the composition
  9. We prepare the cake tray, you can use vegetable oil or coconut oil, to make it easier to remove from the form
  10. Pour half of the composition into the pan
  11. In the other half of the composition add cocoa, mix and pour into the pan over the rest of the dough.

Baking time: about 50 minutes

Baking temperature: for gas ovens, between stage 1 and 2, for electric ovens at 170 °C

I hope you like the recipe and tell me how it turned out. Please give me a reply and tell me what problems you encountered, how it was or any other question related to the topic.

Waiting for your answer. Have a nice day!

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  • 1 cup brown rice flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking sill (organic without phosphates)
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda (organic without aluminum)
  • 10 dates or 1/2 cup raisins
  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup almond milk or water
  • 2 tablespoons flax seeds
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla
  • Maple syrup
  1. Dates or raisins are put in the robot together with banana, vegetable milk, flax seeds, lemon juice and strained.
  2. Add rice flour, baking powder and baking soda and mix well.
  3. The composition is divided into muffin tins (I used silicone tins)
  4. Place in the oven for 30 minutes at 180 degrees.
  5. When they are ready, let them cool, and we can enjoy them with a little maple syrup and peeled almonds.

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Nutrition facts


NutriScore color nutrition grade This product is not considered a beverage for the calculation of the Nutri-Score. Positive points: 0 Proteins: 2 / 5 (value: 3.3, rounded value: 3.3) Fiber: 0 / 5 (value: 0, rounded value: 0) Fruits, vegetables, nuts, and rapeseed / walnut / olive oils: 0 / 5 (value: 0, rounded value: 0) Negative points: 13 Energy: 3 / 10 (value: 1157, rounded value: 1157) Sugars: 6 / 10 (value: 28, rounded value: 28) Saturated fat: 1 / 10 (value: 1.8, rounded value: 1.8) Sodium: 3 / 10 (value: 352, rounded value: 352) The points for proteins are not counted because the negative points are greater or equal to 11. Nutritional score: 13 (13 - 0) Nutri-Score: D Nutrient levels for 100 g Comparison to average values ​​of products in the same category: % of difference value for 100 g / 100 ml & rarr Please note: for each nutriment, the average is computed for products for which the nutriment quantity is known, not on all products of the category. Nutrition facts Nutrition facts As soldfor 100 g / 100 ml As soldper serving (41g) English muffins Special breads Cakes Breads Biscuits and cakes Cereals and potatoes Plant-based foods Plant-based foods and beverages Energy (kJ) 1,157 kj 474 kj + 13% 1,020 kj -4% 1,210 kj -31% 1,670 kj -10% 1,280 kj -37% 1,850 kj -19% 1,420 kj + 4% 1,110 kj + 18% 979 kj Energy (kcal) 274 kcal 112 kcal + 21% 227 kcal -6% 291 kcal -30% 392 kcal -8% 298 kcal -36% 427 kcal -19% 339 kcal + 0% 273 kcal + 15% 239 kcal Energy 1,157 kj(274 kcal) 474 kj(112 kcal) + 21% 956 kj(227 kcal) -5% 1,220 kj(291 kcal) -29% 1,640 kj(392 kcal) -7% 1,250 kj(298 kcal) -35% 1,790 kj(427 kcal) -19% 1,420 kj(339 kcal) + 2% 1,130 kj(273 kcal) + 17% 991 kj(239 kcal) fetus 4.3 g 1.76 g + 71% 2.52 g -10% 4.79 g -75% 17.2 g -13% 4.97 g -76% 18.2 g -28% 5.94 g -55% 9.49 g -44% 7.72 g - Saturated fat 1.8 g 0.738 g + 364% 0.388 g + 134% 0.769 g -73% 6.66 g + 132% 0.777 g -76% 7.55 g + 50% 1.2 g + 5% 1.71 g + 21% 1.49 g Carbohydrates 55 g 22.6 g + 34% 41 g + 9% 50.6 g + 3% 53.2 g + 6% 52 g -8% 59.5 g -6% 58.3 g + 63% 33.7 g + 83% 30.1 g - Sugars 28 g 11.5 g + 583% 4.1 g + 529% 4.45 g -6% 29.7 g + 583% 4.1 g -2% 28.5 g + 390% 5.71 g + 234% 8.39 g + 246% 8.1 g Fibers 0 g 0 g -100% 3.12 g -100% 3.55 g -100% 1.65 g -100% 3.92 g -100% 2.33 g -100% 4.5 g -100% 3.76 g -100% 3.4 g Proteins 3.3 g 1.35 g -64% 9.25 g -65% 9.34 g -33% 4.94 g -65% 9.31 g -42% 5.66 g -64% 9.07 g -43% 5.81 g -34% 4.97 g Leap 0.88 g 0.361 g -10% 0.983 g -30% 1.25 g + 21% 0.726 g -29% 1.24 g + 27% 0.694 g + 32% 0.668 g + 83% 0.482 g + 113% 0.414 g Sodium 0.352 g 0.144 g -10% 0.393 g -30% 0.5 g + 21% 0.29 g -29% 0.496 g + 27% 0.278 g + 32% 0.267 g + 83% 0.193 g + 113% 0.166 g Nutrition score - France 13 13 +4,248% 0.299 +232% 3.91 -29% 18.2 +239% 3.84 -28% 18.1 +322% 3.08 +437% 2.42 +339% 2.96 Nutri-Score D D + 4.248% D + 232% D -29% D + 239% D -28% D + 322% D + 437% D + 339% D ×

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mi se pare wow! however how dense is it? that I assume it doesn't swell at all

It is quite dense, precisely because it has no yeast at all. You can compare it with wholemeal bread, with a very consistent seed mix & # 8211, from the trade.
Or you can order, to try. A loaf of bread is only 5 lei, and all the ingredients are organic. We add salt only if you want.

It came out very good - dense but not dry. A quality gluten-free bread. Thanks a lot for the recipe.

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Gluten-free white bread

For people with gluten intolerance, making bread at home is an important part, from looking for the best ingredients to the actual preparation. Fortunately, there are also gluten-free bread recipes that do not require kneading, so the cooking time is reduced!

For the vegan version, you can use chickpea flour!


  • 2 egg whites
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 6 teaspoons oil
  • 1 teaspoon white gluten-free flour
  • 2 teaspoons gluten-free dry yeast.

Preparation method:

Grease a loaf of bread with a little oil and line with baking paper.

In a bowl, mix the egg whites with the sugar, salt, 3 teaspoons of oil, vinegar and water. Mix well until you get a homogeneous composition.

Add flour and yeast and mix well. Then incorporate the rest of the oil, using a spatula, to chew lightly.

When the composition is homogeneous, pour it into the pan and leave it to rise for an hour.

When the composition has doubled in volume, place the tray in the preheated oven. Bake the bread for an hour.

After removing the bread from the oven, let it cool completely before slicing it. In this way, the crispy crust is formed from above.

Comments 5

You have been helpful, I keep trying to find some simple recipes that I can adapt (as needed), I have an intolerance to most products (including fruits and vegetables). of all the publications I try to adapt my menu, and to replace various ingredients ,, thank you for your publications.

No, it naturally does not contain gluten. But celiacs must buy labeled cocoa, because there is a risk of contamination on the production line.

I am at the beginning of the road and I am looking for information for a balanced diet for my little girl with allergies. That is why any information is very valuable in this endeavor. Now I find out how much gluten we consume (and not only) and I think very seriously that it would be healthy to adapt the diet for us, the parents, but not completely.

I'm glad to find help, I only recently discovered the cause of my health problems which seems to be gluten. I try to get used to giving up and find alternatives to my favorite recipes. I hope to find them in your books! a warm greeting!

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Celiac disease, a chronic digestive disorder, with a genetic predisposition, in which gluten abnormally stimulates the immune system, damaging the intestinal mucosa. Over time, this damage impedes the absorption of nutrients from food and can cause multiple dysfunctions. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder. It is estimated that it affects 1% of the population.

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