Gluten Free Spoon Bread
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Gluten Free Spoon Bread

This recipe for gluten free spoon bread is a cross between a bread and a souffle. It is easy to put together with only a few ingredients and will be a family favorite. The hardest part is having just one spoonful!

Serve warm with butter smeared over the top. This can be a side dish to your main meal or serve with a salad for lunch.

Continue reading for money saving tips and gluten and dairy free options. There is also a PDF version of this recipe at the end of the post which can be printed or saved to your device to save on paper.

*The Nutrition Facts label above should be used as a guide only. The amounts can change depending on the brands you use. To reduce the fat content always try to buy reduced fat products and lean meat when you can afford it. Look for reduced salt products and low sugar without artificial sugar replacements.

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Gluten and Dairy Free Options

This recipe is gluten free and is a healthy alternative to starchy gluten free breads. The eggs boost the protein while the yellow cornmeal gives added fibre.

To go dairy free replace the milk with lactose free milk or oat milk. Other milk alternatives which have a strong flavour may not be as appetizing. Use the olive oil or sunflower oil instead of the butter.

Saving Money

Save money on your gluten free spoon bread by buying cornmeal or polenta in bulk packs (paid link). They have a long shelf life of up to 12 months when stored in the pantry. This can be extended to 2 years when stored in the freezer.

Simply place the cornmeal in a freezer bag then expel as much air as possible before placing in the freezer. When using an airtight freezer safe container remember to leave enough head room for it to expand when freezing.

This guide to Creating Budget Friendly Meals covers everything from planning to making the most of in season vegetables and meat to using raw ingredients to create healthy and nutritious meals which cost less to make. A little forethought can save you a great deal of money over the course of the year.

Are you looking for more gluten free recipes? Try this Gluten Free Polenta Pizza Base, Gluten Free Pan Cornbread, Gluten Free Pork Dumplings or Gluten Free Tempura Fish Batter.

For more information on preserving and storing food, see this Homesteading guide.

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