The Biggest, Fluffiest Gluten Free, Vegan Buttermilk Biscuits.......EVER!
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These are the most delectable, light, fluffy gluten free & vegan buttermilk biscuits you will ever try! They have a very light, melt in your mouth texture and make an amazing companion for your favorite dinner! If you are sick and tired of crumbly gluten free breads you will LOVE these biscuits! They hold together perfectly and are extremely soft in texture!
The dough holds together well and is very easy to work with! This gluten free, vegan buttermilk biscuit recipe is the easiest gluten free quick bread recipe I have ever made. My family LOVED these biscuits! My husband who is not gluten free really enjoyed these as well and he is an absolute bread LOVER, he is extremely picky about the texture of his bread.
I have to admit these are not low fat and do contain Earth Balance however, in baking gluten free breads you absolutely MUST use a fat or the bread will be hard and crumbly. I tried to minimize the amount of oil in this recipe to obtain the desired soft texture without using too much.
If you are tired of rubbery bread you can certainly use these biscuits for sandwiches or for your veggie burgers. The gluten free vegan biscuits are very versatile, enjoy!
I have been so busy lately I have not had a lot of time to get the newsletter out or to create recipes in the kitchen. I am hoping that life will settle down a bit and allow me to get back into the kitchen. I still have a couple recipes waiting for the blog.
Gluten free, vegan black bean ravioli I really want to get a better picture of the plain ravioli so you can see how absolutely beautiful it is!
I really want to dedicate some time to emphasizing the imporance of fermented foods. I know that has been a very popular subject in the natural health world lately, however, most fermented recipes are NOT vegan! I personally believe that dairy based fermented foods may be better than their regular counterpart, however, I do not believe that any milk whether human or cow is good for weaned children or adults! There are natural growth hormones in milk, including human milk, that are designed to promote the rapid growth of the infant and these hormones are NOT good for us!
With that in mind, I plan to continue expanding my fermented food recipes so you can include them in your daily diet. Hopefully I will be able to put together an entire fermented food class very soon so you can learn everything you need to know about making dairy free kefir, water kefir, dairy free yogurt, sauerkraut, kim chee, rejuvelac, cheeses and much more! Okay on to today's recipe........
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Gluten Free, Vegan Buttermilk Biscuits
Makes 12 biscuits