08 March 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Grits from Many Grains

These gluten free recipes enable people  to include grits in their gluten free diet without consuming corn. Grits can be made amaranth, buckwheat, millet, quinoa, soy, teff as well as from corn. I suspect that most of these recipes could be prepared using corn or any of these grains, but I will list them using the original title.

Cinnamon Amaranth Grits

Tomato Sauce Poached Eggs over Amaranth Grits

Peach Coconut Milk Millet Grits (gluten free and dairy free)

Cheesy Quinoa Grits

Quinoa Grits with Veggies

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Buckwheat Grits with Toasted Spices

FYI, grits are coarsely ground cereals usually boiled in the preparation process. Groats are similar but have larger particles. Bob’s Red Mill sells gluten free corn, millet, and soy grits.

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One Response to “Grits from Many Grains”

  1. Vickibe 12 August 2013 at 8:34 am Permalink

    I love using a great all natural gluten free grits made from 100% no GMO white corn. They are Gayla’s Grits made in Lakeland GA. They are milled in a dedicated mill and have no preservatives.


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