Up until now I've just done without wheat things like bread rather than finding GF substitutes. But sometimes I feel like a piece of toast or a slice of cake - and when I do give in, my stomach complains and I find it hard to stop again. It's surprising how addictive wheat can be..
Billy also has some tummy issues that I'm suspecting may be related to wheat. He doesn't eat a lot of bread, but he eats quite a lot of pasta. He'd eat it 3 meals a day if I let him!
So I've started trying out substitutes. The first brand of GF wraps I tried were disgusting, the second were at least edible :) I've got some GF bread in the freezer but I haven't tried it yet. I mixed the GF pasta in half & half with Billy's normal pasta and he didn't notice a difference.
I bought pre-mixed GF flour and made the recipes above. The choc-chip muffin recipe was a normal one and I just substitued the flours. They were a bit dry - not sure if it was the recipe or the flour. The banana bread recipe was on the back of the GF flour packet and is delicious! (So good I've had to cut it up and put it in the freezer so I don't eat too much!)
I haven't told anyone else they're eating GF baking, because I know they'd immediately turn their noses up. They've both been quite happy with the results though :)