Friday, April 3, 2009

Corn-Free Cornbread

We really liked this, and it's super easy. Really tastes kind of like cornbread! I got this recipe from Laurie on GFCFKids Yahoo Group.

1 cup water (or use milk sub, but I used water to be cheap)
1 1/4 C millet flour
1 egg (I used Ener-G egg replacer)
1/4 C oil (I used grapeseed)
1/2 tsp salt
2 T baking powder
1/4 C unrefined sugar
3/4 tsp xanthan gum

Mix together. Pour into oiled square pan. Bake at 350 for about 30 minutes, or until sides pull away from pan and toothpick stuck in center comes out clean.

I have been told that Ener-G egg replacer has corn in it. So if you are 100% corn-free, use flax gel egg replacer instead.


browneyedgirl said...

I just made this and it's pretty good :-). Thanks for sharing. I use guar gum instead of xanthan and I used rice milk.

browneyedgirl said...

I love it, I just made it and it's good. I use guar gum and rice milk.

tracy said...

Xantham gum definitely has corn in it. Use guar gum instead. I also use sabla (chia seed) gel for an egg replacer.

Lonnie said...

I thought xanthan gum was made from corn. Wouldn't the hypersensitive have to avoid this, too? Thanks for giving us corn-sensitives some hope!

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