Monday, April 23, 2012

Gluten Free Dandelion Bread Recipe

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Saw this recipe from Walnut Acre on a blog hop and knew I had to try it!  When I saw it, I had already been making dandelion jelly for a while (which you saw here), so I thought "what the heck!".  Then of course, there is always the fun of adapting recipes I see to make them gluten free.  So here we go!



SPH Gluten Free Dandelion Bread Recipe
2 cups Pamela's Baking Mix (for "regular" recipe, click the link above)
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 - 2 cups dandelion petals (remove from flower with scissors)
1/2 cup melted butter, cooled
2 eggs
1 cup brown sugar
3/4 cup buttermilk

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Combine baking mix, salt and sugar in a large mixing bowl.  In a separate bowl, beat together melted butter, eggs, and buttermilk.  Add to dry ingredients and mix well.  Stir in dandelion petals.  Pour into well-greased 9x5 baking pan.  Bake for approximately 65-70 minutes, or til skewer inserted in center comes out clean.  Remove from oven and allow to cool completely before slicing and serving.  This is delicious toasted, with a little butter and dandelion jelly on it!

Enjoy!


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16 comments:

Jill said...

OH my gosh! I've never heard of cooking with dandelions before! IS that just regular dandelions that grow in the garden or do you buy them from somewhere special..


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Crystal said...

You know my great grandmother used to cook dandelion greens but i'd never heard of baking it into bread...thanks for sharing. :-)

Lisa @ Flour Me With Love said...

I have never heard of this before! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

Shiloh said...

Oh wow! I've never heard of a dandelion bread. I've heard of eating the greens, but not the flowers. What a cool recipe.

Christine @ Angel Stitch Embroidery and Jezebel said...

Oh, all of these fabulous looking dandelion recipes right now and I've missed the bus. Mine have all gone to seed already. I guess I need to spread the seeds and pin these for next year, right?

Classic Hymns said...

Very cool!

Jasmine Roth said...

This recipe looks delicious! I will definitely be trying it out soon. Thank you for sharing.

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Terry said...

I always love the gluten-free twist you are able to put o your baking items. Thanks for sharing at our party this week.

Alecia @ ChickenScratch NY said...

I've made violet jelly, but newer dandelion jelly! Luckily I've got 4+ acres of dandelions to choose from! I can't wait to try cooking with dandelions.

Thanks for linking up at What's Cluckin!

Earning My Cape said...

Awesome! That looks so yummy! I totally want to try baking with dandelion sometime!

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Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust said...

I've never heard of baking with dandelions! Love that idea. My daughter would get a huge kick out of it. :)

Katie Goldsworthy said...

This is soooo awesome! I have a plethora of dandelions right now, so I'm totally making this!

Thanks for sharing
--Katie
@ Creatively Living

Dawn Braun said...

my son LOVES picking these for me, so I'll have to give this a try, looks yummy! :)

Becolorful said...

These gluten free recipes are in such demand any more. Thanks for sharing yours on Becolorful this week.
pam

Kasey @ TFOMplus2 said...

I'm intrigued!! If the sun would ever come out allowing the dandelions to grow, I'll give it a try. My kids would think it was awesome!!

Barb said...

My grandmother and her mother and her mother before made dandelion wine. Nectar.