If you are baking gluten free bread one of my favorite pans is sold at King Arthur Flour. It’s a 9″ x 4″ x 4″-deep loaf pan. The sidewalls are extra-tall creating the extra support to form the perfect shape for the gluten-free sandwich loaf.
I’ve been using America’s Test Kitchen all-purpose flour recipe for most recipes adding psyllium and other ingredients as the recipe requires. King Arthur and Betty Crocker make some pretty good blends as well. One of my favorite sandwich bread recipes is from the How Can it Be Gluten Free Cookbook called gluten-free Classic Sandwich Bread great on the counter for a few days and works well in the freezer with a 30-45 second warm up in the microwave. (Make bread with King Arthur video)
The King Arthur Brownie Mix gets rave reviews from everyone who has tried it. Simply add eggs, melted butter, water and bake. It turns out to be moist and as my Dad would say “musty.” Must have some more.
Whether you’re coming into Hershey Pennsylvania from out of town to go to Hershey Park, Chocolate World, the Rose Garden or Sweet Lights in the Christmas Holidays you’ll want to be sure to stop by the Hershey Pantry for breakfast. Gluten Free … you bet they understand Gluten Free foods.
On a recent visit we bought the Hershey Pantry Cookbook loaded with interesting recipes. I had make “impossible pie” (quiche) earlier in the week and saw that the Country Quiche recipe has a grated potato crust. They have several salads that are amazing. I think my favorite is the Grilled Honey Lime Chicken Salad with apples and raisins, some cashews and cheddar cheese served on a bed of lettuce.
Before you leave the area stop by Hershey Pantry’s bakery called Deserts Etc. just down the street. Pretty amazing and worth going out of your way on your way to a game or event at the Giant Center or the theater. There’s plenty to do and amazing food too in Hershey.