9 March, 2016
Gluten Free Flatbread from Yogurt and Almond Flour
If some of your family and friends should eat gluten free this is one of the gluten free bread recipes that I make for Gammy every night. Out of all the gluten free flatbread recipes that I make for her this is her favorite. It’s easy and so good that I even sometimes steal a little bite.
Put a skillet on at medium high and generously spray it with oil. You first need to put about a tablespoon of plain or vanilla yogurt in a small bowl. Add about twice as much almond flour and the pinch of baking powder and mix it together.
Then add the garlic powder, grated parmesan, salt and dried basil. Sometimes if I need to get out of trouble I add some chopped up sun-dried tomatoes. Gammy likes that. Mix it up and it should come together in a ball. Add more almond flour or a little more water in very small doses if it is too soft or too dry and mix again. When you have a ball of dough put it on a surface that you have dusted with almond flour.
Flatten it out with your palm and fingers and use a spray oiled pancake flipper to carefully put it in the pan.
Give it about five minutes and slide the flipper under it and take a peek. It should be firm enough to let you carefully turn it over and give the other side the heat. When it is browned and firm remove it to a rack or a couple of rolled up towels to cool off and firm up some more.
There you have it!! Gluten Free Flatbread! It’s healthy, it’s easy and it’s good!