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Gluten Free Biscuits and Gravy

One of our favorite breakfasts that when you have Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance you think is impossible!  It’s not!  This is what we had for breakfast this weekend and it’s gluten free!

I started with gluten free Bisquick biscuits to make life a little easier 🙂

Following the simple directions on the back of the box:

2 cups GF Bisquick

1/3 cup shortening

3 eggs

2/3 cup milk

Mixed well together and dropped onto cookie sheet, baked at 400 degrees until golden.

For the Gravy:

1 lb. sausage roll, cooked thoroughly

5 cups milk

1/2 cup gluten free flour blend

4 boiled eggs

salt and pepper to taste

Cook sausage well and while cooking make it crumbly, don’t leave in big chunks.  Drain grease from sausage.  Then mix the flour and milk together well and pour into pan with sausage.  Heat on medium until mixture begins to thicken.  Add salt and pepper to taste and your boiled eggs (I remove the yolks, but you don’t have to).  If mixture becomes too thick, just add more milk until desired consistancy.

Pour gravy over biscuits and enjoy!

Tide You Over Tuesday -GF Cinnamon Biscuits

Amanda over at @ A Few Short Cuts shows us how to make these fabulous looking cinnamon biscuits!  I can’t wait to try them!   She has a child with a wheat allergy and one with a dairy allergy.  She posts a lot of gluten free recipes.  My little boy doesn’t have celiac’s, but since we eat all our meals gluten free, he is unable to have his favorite–cinnamon rolls!  There are many different recipes out there to make homemade cinnamon rolls, I guess I have to admit I am too lazy to roll the dough and wait for it to rise.  These are my kind of  baking!  Woo hoo!

If you haven’t tried the GF Bisquick yet, I do have to say that I wish it came in a larger box!  It is so good and easy to work with.  You can make just about anything with it.  We made snickerdoodles with it this weekend and they were gone the next day.  Delish!

Cheddar Biscuits

I made these last night with GF Bisquick and they turned out FABULOUS!!

Here’s what you need:

1 1/2 cups GF Bisquick

1 cup sugar

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

3/4 cup milk

1 egg

4 tablespoons butter, softened

1/4 tsp. vanilla

1 1/2 tsp. baking powder

Mix all ingredients together well.  The batter is a little loose for putting the batter on a pan for biscuits…so I put them in muffin cups and baked at 350 degrees 15-20 min.  Makes 12 muffin/biscuits.

If you are familiar with Jim and Nicks…they have fabulous cheese biscuits!  These are a great gluten free alternative, taste pretty close!

This recipe and other ideas can be found at Simply Sugar and Gluten Free

also at Gluten Free Wednesdays from Gluten Free Homemaker

Quick Gluten Free Pizza Bisquick Style!

I made my menu plan this week, but my week didn’t go the way I wanted.  I have had 2 sick children this week.  One on Sunday and one on Tuesday.  So, my Tues, Wed, and tonight’s meal did not go as planned.  The last 2 nights we have been on our own, cereal one night and french toast/sausage the other night.  Tonight I needed something quick, not the crockpot white chicken chili as I had planned, so I threw this together in about 20 minutes.  It turned out delicious and everyone wanted more!  Woo hoo!

GF Homemade Pizza

made with

This is one of my new favorite gluten free staples to have on hand!  We have made biscuits, waffles and now pizza!

I made the crust as directed on the box

1 1/3 cup of bisquick

1/2  tsp. italian seasoning

2 eggs

1/3 cup of oil

1/2 cup water

Mix well then spread on pizza pan.  I used a stoneware pan and dusted lightly with white rice flour then spread dough.  I didn’t want it to be doughy in the middle so I baked in the oven about 10 minutes until cooked.

Remove from oven and put your favorite toppings, return to oven and bake until cheese is melted and crust is desired crispiness!  It was very good.  Very filling.  I doubled the recipe and it made a little thicker crust and filled a whole stone.  This fed my family of 6 with 4 pieces left over.

We used black olives, pepperoni, ham, green olives, 1 jar of  Newman’s Own spaghetti sauce, 1 can petite diced tomatoes, drained, and mozarella cheese.


Special thanks to Gluten Free Homemaker for allowing me to share on her site!

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