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Using the maple cream for cinnamon rolls is genius! I just make some rolls over the weekend, I should have tried that! Thank you for your rating, comment and for sharing what you did!

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Easy Gluten-Free Vegan Cinnamon Rolls
Hi Anne! I would pick almond milk over coconut milk. The recipe already includes coconut oil. I wouldn’t want the mixture to get too greasy.

Easy Gluten-Free Vegan Cinnamon Rolls
Hi! Some alternatives for sorghum and millet would be GF oat flour, almond meal/flour (if not allergic to nuts), light buckwheat flour, corn flour/fine grind cornmeal (not cornstarch). For best results, mixing a few GF flours works best. If you need more help to replace the ingredients you don’t have please let me know. And please note that I haven’t tested the recipe without sorghum as the main flour.

Easy Gluten-Free Vegan Cinnamon Rolls
HI Naama! If you want to be able to handle the dough a little easier for babka cake/bread I feel that it would be best to refrigerate the yeasted cinnamon roll dough in order to be able to roll it out thinner to create all the beautiful babka layers. If you want a softer bread-like dough you could have a look at the bread machine loaf dough or even the newest bagel dough recipe. Both have a wonderful texture. Same with these two dough options, it would be best to rest the dough in the fridge overnight before rolling it out. Bread machine loaf recipe:
Bagel recipe:

Recent Comments by Chantal

Maple Cream Bars
Hi Joanne! I don’t see why not. If you like walnuts, go for it! Pecans, hazelnuts, or sliced almonds would be equally tasty if you can consume any type of nuts. Ps. I froze some of the bars the last time I made a batch, and they are SO good to enjoy as a nice treat once in a while when the craving hits me. Especially if you can’t have traditional pecan bars/pie or butter tarts with gluten, sugar, eggs, dairy, etc., these maple bars are such a nice treat! If you do freeze some of the leftover bars, it’s best to thaw a little bit before eating or place the piece on a plate in the microwave for a few seconds.

Canadian Sourdough Beavertails (GF/V)
Hi! Thank you for trying this recipe! I am not an expert at deep frying but from my experience the oil has to be hot enough or the donuts will absorb too much oil and result in greasy and soggy donuts. Ideally 350-375°F. The temperature will drop a bit once the dough is cooking. Are you cooking on a gas or electric stove? Did you use a candy thermometer to check the temperature of the oil? I mean if yours were getting too dark too fast, lower the temperature even more next time to see if it’s better.

Gluten-Free Sourdough Cinnamon Rolls
Hi! I haven’t made these in a while. I do have organic coconut milk (can) and could try a version without brown rice flour. Which GF flour is in your gluten-free starter? Tell me, when you bake grain-free, which ingredients can you consume? Do you eat buckwheat (pseudograin)? What about cassava flour, coconut flour, tiger nut flour, etc.? What about starches? Are you okay with potato starch and tapioca starch? Let me know so we can create a new version for you. What about sugar? Are you okay with coconut sugar or maple syrup?

Yeast-Free Buckwheat Blender Bread
Hi! Can I ask which brand of GF baking powder you tried? Is your batter too wet or not wet enough? And the apple? What kind did you use? Let me know so I can help you 😉

Canadian Sourdough Beavertails (GF/V)
Hi Mallory! Thank you so much for your comment and rating! I love learning that your family enjoys this recipe!

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