Results 1 to 4 of 4

Thread: Need GF & egg-free stand mixer recipes

  1. #1

    Default Need GF & egg-free stand mixer recipes

    Does anyone have a recommendation for website(s) and/or books with gluten-free, egg-free baking recipes specific to stand mixers? I'm trying to learn how to use a new stand mixer and all my recipes are mix-by-hand and I have no idea how to do anything with the mixer! The only recipes that came with it are full of gluten and/or eggs, and I'm allergic to eggs (& gluten sensitive).

    I had to get the stand mixer (plus a food processor attachment) because my hands are no longer strong or steady enough (tremors) or have enough stamina for cooking & baking, and I need to eat healthier than I did before this most recent round of TPN/Gastroparesis flare-up. I cut my thumb a couple weeks ago because of the tremors and weakness in my hands (thanks to Lyme & coinfections). I wouldn't have done that if my arms & hands weren't worn out from cooking stuff for the previous meal.

    Anyway, thanks for any suggestions. I can print recipes off the internet just as easily, so websites with good recipes are welcome, as are cookbook titles. I need detailed instructions (like use X beater for Y minutes on setting Z), because I have never used a stand mixer before.

    Thanks,

    -Razzle
    Gluten Sensitivity (DQ2 & 7), Gastroparesis, chronic borreliosis, etc.
    GF since 7/05

  2. #2

    Default

    I use all the same recipes with the stand mixer or mix by hand interchangeably.

  3. #3

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Razzle0 View Post
    This quote is hidden because you are ignoring this member. Show Quote
    Does anyone have a recommendation for website(s) and/or books with gluten-free, egg-free baking recipes specific to stand mixers? I'm trying to learn how to use a new stand mixer and all my recipes are mix-by-hand and I have no idea how to do anything with the mixer! The only recipes that came with it are full of gluten and/or eggs, and I'm allergic to eggs (& gluten sensitive).

    I had to get the stand mixer (plus a food processor attachment) because my hands are no longer strong or steady enough (tremors) or have enough stamina for cooking & baking, and I need to eat healthier than I did before this most recent round of TPN/Gastroparesis flare-up. I cut my thumb a couple weeks ago because of the tremors and weakness in my hands (thanks to Lyme & coinfections). I wouldn't have done that if my arms & hands weren't worn out from cooking stuff for the previous meal.

    Anyway, thanks for any suggestions. I can print recipes off the internet just as easily, so websites with good recipes are welcome, as are cookbook titles. I need detailed instructions (like use X beater for Y minutes on setting Z), because I have never used a stand mixer before.

    Thanks,

    -Razzle
    Gluten Sensitivity (DQ2 & 7), Gastroparesis, chronic borreliosis, etc.
    GF since 7/05
    Would something like this help?

  4. #4
    Community Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Location
    Fremont, CA
    Posts
    56

    Default

    Books by Bette Hagman, she has three, my favorite is her second one "More from the Gluten-Free Gourmet". Lots of bread, cookie and main dish meals, she also gives alternatives to using eggs and other ingredients. Most gluten free mixes are very sticky or heavy so a mixer like a Kitchen-Aid is best. Also good products from Vitacost.com.
    If no pain, no gain is true, where is everything I should have gained?
    DDD, Fibro, CFS, pain for 20 years
    4-12-09 Trip to Laser Spine in Florida. Nerve pain 90% gone.
    Off opiate, using Marijuana tincture, working well.

Similar Threads

  1. Yeast Free Breads
    By Purpel1 in forum Gluten Sensitivity / Celiac Disease
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 10-12-2014, 09:25 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  


BTC Inc's Disclaimer and Privacy Policy

The material on this site is for information & support purposes only, and is not a substitute for medical advice provided by a licensed health care provider. Always consult your doctor before trying anything that you find online.