Here's what I've been baking:
Biscuits! Recipe from Hey that tastes good!: http://www.heythattastesgood.com/2008/12/biscuits.html
I made them vegan by using shortening and hemp milk. Fantastic. Even the hubby liked them.
I use brown rice flour instead of millet flour, and everything else stays the same. Except, I do not have a bread machine, so into the oven it goes. Scroll down to the bottom of the recipe for the non-bread machine instructions. Great bread, and it still tastes decent after a week in the fridge.
Great tasting muffin, and freezes well. Omitted the nuts and the allspice, simply because when I made these, I was craving muffins but in no mood to run to the store to get all the ingredients.
Pumpkin Pecan Cookies, also from Karina's Kitchen:
I swear I am not virtually stalking Karina. Really! I omitted the nuts on both versions (I really should go to the store sometime) and used homemade pumpkin puree rather than canned. Version 1 had chocolate chips from Enjoy Life and version two had dried cranberries. Both were great, but I preferred the chocolate ones. I think there is a chocoholic gene in my family!
Hamburger and Hotdog Buns from Celiac.com: http://www.celiac.com/articles/404/1/Hamburger-or-Hot-Dog-Buns-Gluten-Free/Page1.html
Made both hamburger buns and hot dog buns. The dough is very forgiving. On the hamburger version, I messed up the measurements on the dry ingredients and I baked them at the wrong temperature. They still came out okay. I used Egg Replacer instead of the eggs and hemp milk instead of regular milk. Good, non-crumbly buns!
Let me know what you've been baking. I'm always on the look out for new ways to mess up the clean kitchen!