Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls | The NOLS Cooking Show

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Recipe: bit.ly Watch the first episode of The NOLS Cooking Show as Kelly and Casey make gluten free cinnamon rolls. Gluten is the elastic protein that acts as a binding agent found in grains such as wheat and barley. Many people are gluten intolerant and have to substitute gluten for xanthan gum. Watch this episode to see how gluten free cinnamon rolls can be made in the field using a whisperlite stove.

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  1. goodlivingideas1

    Sounds like a good learning video for gluten free diet options. Please subscibe to my channel for more links to? this subject.

  2. ofidler

    PS. Watched this from the? pod cast, love it.

  3. ofidler

    FYI Oats have a gluten-like protein in them that many celiacs react to, especially kids. If you had a celiac? student, I wouldn’t include oats UNLESS they consume them as a part of their regular diet. I’ve been celiac for 5 years now and consistently react to oats… oh how i wish it weren’t so. There is a lot of literature coming out now about how it’s ok for celiacs to eat oats, but I would still check with the individual student before adding it onto the menu. Love the plastic trick too!

  4. LizSpikes

    How much flour? Did not? catch that amount.

  5. nols1965

    I haven’t tried baking the cinnamon rolls without egg, so I can’t predict how it would turn out, but i’ve had luck with Ener-G egg replacer in other baking ventures. Alternatively, you could try whisking together 1 TBSP ground flax seed and 3 TBSP water, which is the equivalent of? 1 whole egg (because this recipe calls for 3 eggs, just triple that amount). It’s worth a try! -Kel

  6. Sonorite

    I have a student who is severly allergic to wheat so she can only have non-gluten? foods. She is also allergic to eggs. Can you use an egg replacer in this recipe?

  7. StyleJuba

    Watching this from an iPad 2 and it looks great!? Nice work hench!

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