In late 2012, Christina started to experiment with strict gluten-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free eating along with exercising 6 days a week for 6 months. You can read about how it transformed her body in her 6-Month Nutrition and Fitness Experiment. She’s done two experiments since then with very positive results. You can read about Christina’s experiences (and find more gluten-free recipes) on Fit Body Full Life.
Because of Christina, Terry and I started eating gluten free at home. We often eat foods with gluten when we eat out, but I’ve converted all my recipes to gluten-free versions. I bake with brown rice flour a lot. Following is my latest adaptation of a peanut butter muffin recipe I’ve used for a number of years.
Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Oat Bran Muffins (with Cacao Nibs)
I do use regular oat bran in the muffins, which might have a slight amount of gluten. You can find certified gluten-free oat bran.
Here’s a printable recipe I created for natural, gluten-free, peanut butter oat bran muffins.
To download recipe (without watermark), click here or here (choose your outdoor breakfast background), then right click on the image and choose “Save Picture As . . .”
I’d love to hear what healthy-eating ideas have worked for your family.
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