I need a little more information, first. Is it ONLY wheat you want to eliminate, or gluten?
I use Laurel's Kitchen Breadbook. I used to have the original book, but a newer updated version is available at Amazon. The older version discussed substituting other flours, experimenting until you had a bread with taste and tooth that you were looking for.
So following that idea, you could substitute out 1/2 cup wheat flour in a recipe for 1/2 c. rye, barley, soy, almond, cornmeal, oatmeal, or whatever you have found. I'd work with a combination of yeast and baking powder because the amount of gluten available might be slim, depending upon what you put in.
Or just alter a muffin mix, substitute all the wheat with other flours, and be sure your batter is moist enough to be a muffin batter instead of a dough.
Does anyone have a recipe for a healthy bread of muffin that does not contain wheat? I am not sure if I can use coconut flour. I hear it's best to mix two flours together in a recipe but I don't know where to start.
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