Posts tagged Gluten-Free Prairie Toasted Oat Flour

Deb’s St. Patrick’s Day F...

Deb’s St. Patrick’s Day Favorites

We love St. Patrick’s Day! And Pudding or “Dump Cakes” are always a favorite at our house. Simple ingredients like our All Purpose Flour Blend make this Leprechaun Pudding Cake a great dessert after Corned Beef and Cabbage. Even better with an Irish Coffee! After all, we’re all Irish on St Pats Day. Right? Looking […]

It’s National Banana Bread Day!...

It’s National Banana Bread Day!!! And you don’t even need ripe bananas!

There something about Banana Bread. No matter what’s in it – it always seems so healthy. Even though it’s probably more of a cake and therefore a dessert, I never feel guilty eating it for breakfast. So since today it National Banana Bread Day, we started it off with fried eggs, hash browns and….a big […]

It’s National Oatmeal Month! Wh...

It’s National Oatmeal Month! What’s the big deal about Gluten-Free Purity Protocol Oats. Does it really matter?

Posted: January 10, 2017 | 0 comments While the great news about the amazing health benefits of oatmeal continues to go mainstream, so does the the controversy about safety of gluten-free oats. At Gluten-Free Prairie, we take the purity of our gluten-free oat products very seriously.  Our company is based completely on third-party certified Purity Protocol […]

Breaking News! Gluten-Free Prairie to...

Breaking News! Gluten-Free Prairie to help feed malnourished babies in Africa!

A couple of months ago I was contacted by a medical school in the Midwest wanting to know about our Gluten Free Prairie Toasted Oat Flour. They were formulating a high-protein (RUTF – “Ready to Use Therapeutic Food”) to be used to treat severely malnourished babies in Sub-Africa.  Ultimately we were chosen for  a trial […]

Deb’s Holiday Favorites

Deb’s Holiday Favorites

I think this is my favorite time of year, but between the Gluten-Free Prairie Bakery, Christmas Shopping and Holiday parties – the Season can get so busy it can be hard to enjoy. So a few years ago I started a list of my favorite “Company Good” dishes. When the Holidays come along – I […]

Amazing Toasted Oat Flour Gravy with ...

Amazing Toasted Oat Flour Gravy with Brandy and Shallots

Ready, set, Get Your Gobble On! Every Holiday Feast needs a great Gravy, right? This amazing gravy comes together quickly. The Oat Flour will dissolve completely. Never separate, no grit and  will never clump. Truly amazing and simple too. No one will believe it’s Gluten-Free To see how easily you can master this rich, delicious […]

Creamy Chicken Soup with Groats and W...

Creamy Chicken Soup with Groats and Wild Rice

Fall is a super busy time for us here on the Gluten-Free Prairie. The Bakery is hopping as we prepare for the Resort Season. And of course, we’re gearing up for Winter. We’ve already had 20 inches of snow and more is on the way. The days are shorter and, like all of us, my […]

Deb’s Gluten-Free Thanksgiving ...

Deb’s Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Favorites

Suddenly it’s November and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. As I write this post we are getting our first serious snowof the season. For the last several months the horses have enjoyed grazing acres of pastures and chasing each other around every time the barometer drops. But today it all changes. Tonight they will […]

PALEO-OATS? Can oats be part of the P...

PALEO-OATS? Can oats be part of the Paleo Diet?

Definition: From Wikipedia:  The Paleolithic diet (also called the paleo diet, caveman diet or stone-age diet[1]) is based mainly on foods presumed to have been available to Paleolithic humans.[2] Wide variability exists in the way the diet is interpreted.[3] However, the diet typically includes vegetables, fruits, nuts, roots, and meat while excluding foods such as dairy […]

Gluten Free Prairie Angel Food Cake

Gluten Free Prairie Angel Food Cake

Angel Food Cake is a family favorite here in Montana. This light and fluffy treat reminds us that Spring is on the way.  (even though there still might be snow on the ground) This cake is great on its own or drizzled with an orange sauce. Either way, it’s a crowd-pleaser for sure. I asked […]