The buttery, garlicky, and incredibly delicious flavors of these gluten-free breadsticks are the perfect thing to eat with Italian foods.
Here on We Want To Eat, I almost exclusively share keto-friendly or low-carb recipes. I love sharing copycat ideas of classic recipes so that if you are on a keto diet, you don’t feel like you are missing out on things you loved before you started it.
This recipe for gluten-free breadsticks is not keto-friendly. This is a rare recipe that does contain too many carbs to fit within a keto diet. I want to share it because not everyone that finds my blog is on the keto diet – and I found a way to make gluten-free breadsticks that taste just like the kind made from wheat flour.
If you are looking for a keto-friendly version, I suggest making these low-carb garlic knots. They are just as delicious and amazing and fit perfectly in a keto diet.
Anytime that you make an Italian recipe that has lots of sauce, you need some breadsticks to go along with it. These breadsticks taste delicious with keto baked spaghetti .
These are perfectly flaky and delightfully gluten-free. This recipe is so easy to make that you can prepare a huge batch of them and freeze them. It saves you money and time too! This way, you will always have breadsticks on hand when you need them.
The best thing about homemade breadsticks is that you can make them as flavorful or as mild as you like. The only seasoning I used is Italian seasoning and salt and pepper.
If you want them to have a bolder flavor, I suggest sprinkling some garlic powder and onion powder on top too.
Plus, I used Greek yogurt in the breasdstick dough. Not only does this help all the ingredients stick together without falling apart, but it also fortifies the breadsticks with a little extra protein too.
Best Gluten-Free Flour
Just use your favorite gluten-free flour to make these breadsticks. Bob’s Red Mill makes a 1:1 gluten-free flour that is extremely popular. People love how easy it is to use and how excellently foods turn out when they use it.
King Arthur gluten-free flour is another well-made choice. It’s made from rice and brown rice flour and foods made with it hold their shape really well.
Finally, you just can’t go wrong with Krusteaz! It’s a name known for making high-quality flour and baking mixes, and their gluten-free flour is perfect.
How To Freeze Homemade Breadsticks
It’s so easy to freeze a batch of breadsticks so you can just reheat them when you need them. Here’s how to do it. First, bake them like normal, then let them cool off completely.
After they are completely cooled off, place them in a single layer on a baking sheet and put the baking tray in the freezer overnight. The next day, place the breadsticks inside a freezer-safe food storage bag.
When you are ready to reheat them, just place them on a baking tray and heat them in the oven at 325F for about 10 minutes or until they are completely warmed up.
Gluten-Free Italian Breadsticks Recipe
Here’s the list of ingredient that you’ll need to make these gluten-free Italian breadsticks. Exact measurements and instructions are a little bit further below.
Greek yogurt- Plain 0%
Gluten free flour + plus more for rolling
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
Combine flour, baking powder and salt in a large bowl.
Stir in greek yogurt. Mix well. (If dough is too dry, add 3-4 Tbsp of water)
Roll dough out into long sticks. Place on a prepared baking sheet. (I used parchment paper).
Brush each stick with oil. Top with Italian seasoning.
Bake for approximately 15 minutes, or until golden brown.
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