As I was scrolling through Pinterest the other day, I saw a recipe for Red Lobster biscuits. Let me repeat…RED. LOBSTER. BISCUITS. For you non-Celiacs out there, this may seem like a stupid post, but I guarantee 99.9% of Celiacs would agree they NEED to re-create that recipe. So I did it. And yes, these biscuits taste like Red Lobster (a little more dense and definitely heavier weight-wise, but the flavor is there. You’re welcome).
Anyways, here’s the recipe:
The recipe calls for self-rising flour (2 cups). For two cups self-rising flour, mix 2 cups of gluten-free all-purpose flour (I used XO Baking Co.’s AP gluten-free flour for this one – found at HomeGoods) with 3 teaspoons baking powder (make sure it’s GF! I use Clabber Girl brand) and 1 teaspoon salt.
All other ingredients are gluten-free! This is such an easy and fast recipe – I’m so glad I found it! Now to find a recipe I can adapt to GF for those elusive Olive Garden breadsticks…
Hi guys! Thank you SO much for reading my blog! This past weekend was my baby sister’s 24th birthday! Where does the time go?! I swear I remember being a 2-year-old when she was born and just thinking she hung the moon. Anyways, my sister requested a carrot cake for her bday! I made this same cake over Easter, and she said she has been craving it ever since. Jessica specifically requested the sheet cake version for her birthday (I personally prefer the bundt cake version, but who am I to tell a girl what she wants?!).
I found my carrot cake recipe at:
This cake was SO good and SO moist!
The only adaptation I made was to make it gluten free! I used my favorite flour, Premium Gold Flax and Whole Grain AP flour. Other than that, everything is celiac-friendly! I have made this cake with and without pecans, and it’s amazing either way!