It's that time of year where we're getting into the groove of a new year while reflecting on the top gluten free baking recipes from the past year. These are the ones that graced your breakfast tables and accompanied your dinners.
Without further ado, here are the most popular gluten free baking recipes of 2021...
Dinner rolls were a hugely popular item for everything from dinners to lunches. These fluffy rolls are easy to prepare and even had wheat eaters grabbing for them!
These gluten free crescent rolls accompanied your dinner feasts more times last year than ever before! They really are as good as the canned version!
It's easy to see why these yeast rolls in under an hour were so popular - they are so quick! I had comments that they really were on your table in an hour.
Gluten free potato rolls were one of our most anticipated, updated recipes from this past year. The recipe itself has been around for a while, but updating and refreshing it made it hugely popular again!
Sorghum bread was another huge hit. This was one that was at the top of our reader request lists so once we posted it, it became an instant must-make!
Buckwheat bread was a captivating recipe - this was actually updated throughout the year last year and the version we have now is definitely a keeper!
These zucchini muffins were a favorite especially since vegetable gardens became a thing with the shelter-in-place orders. I think everyone's zucchini patch was overflowing!
At your request, I tried to get more unique flavors and find uses for flours that often go unused in my recipes this past year. I heard comments that these almond flour blackberry muffins satisfied that need nicely.
A lot of muffin recipes were tested in my kitchen this year - these buckwheat muffins were a super popular one this past year. You enjoyed the simple yet unique take on buckwheat flour.
Chocolate chip muffins shined bright throughout the year this past year. It's the combination of chocolate in a dairy free and gluten free muffin that we could not get enough of!
At the urging of you, readers of Zest For Baking, I was very diligent in bringing in more desserts this past year - this spice cake was an instant hit. And it's easy to see why - it has a luscious cream cheese frosting and is all dairy free too!
Pillow soft pumpkin cookies were on your cookie platter so many times this year. They were adored by young and old which just makes me smile.
When apple season hit, this apple crisp quickly became one of our most popular recipes. It's quick, easy and absolutely delicious. Ice cream's perfect pairing!
Blueberry cobbler was an instant favorite as soon as it was posted. And it's easy to see why - the fresh blueberries bake into a thick, delicious filling that gets two thumbs up from everyone who tries it!
Pie was a new venture for us this year - and this apple pie really knocked it out of the park. The homemade pie crust is flakey and makes for the perfect base for this tasty pie!
Tiramisu was so popular this year that it took the cake so to speak for most requested desserts. You talked about making this one for parties, potlucks and even receptions!
Oat flour waffles are so decadent, it's no surprise they rank really high on this list of popular recipes. Like our other waffles, they freeze well, but get a tasty, hearty kick from oat flour.
Not just any banana pancakes but these coconut flour ones were super popular for how easy and tasty they are - plus they the health benefit of no added refined sugar.
Honestly, I wasn't sure how this cinnamon coffee cake recipe would be received since it uses a mix, but sometimes convenience is a good thing! This recipe got a lot of tasty feedback.
I hope you enjoyed baking these recipes as much I have enjoyed creating them for you. Happy baking in 2022!