Bob’s Red Mill Sunday Giveaway

The Giveaway has ended, congratulations to the winners  Becca (Waffles!!), Alec (Seitan Rubens! Great for Sunday night dinner during the game), Rachel (pancakes pancakes pancakes!!!), and Nobody (my favorite it a walnut lentil loaf with some roasted potatoes. YUM! )

Doughnuts, Pie, Biscuits and Gravy, Banana Bread, Cinnamon Rolls
Almost everything good starts with flour. People always say vegan diets must be so difficult. For me, ethics and environmental concerns aside, I can’t imagine anything more limited than being on the paleo plan. I’ll enjoy my poppyseed bagel, thanks, and don’t forget the Thanksgiving stuffing or Chicago style deep dish pizza

When I first started making homemade seitan I couldn’t get it right until someone told me to check out Bob’s Red Mill brand Vital Wheat Gluten. It truly made the difference, now I am completely free of any sausage making fear.

Bob’s Red Mill also has some of the best gluten free flours on the market. I know their all-purpose blend is the most popular one out there. Buying all those different flours can be expensive though, so I am sure you are all going to be stoked that Bob’s is giving away four 25 dollar giftcards! And they love you all so much that they are even going to pay for international shipping so today’s giveaway is open to anyone with an address!

To win just tell me what your favorite Sunday dish is. It can be anything from a long simmered seitan roast to a pumpkin pie, just make sure it includes some sort of grain or flour. Let me know in the comments by 11pm CST tonight and I will pick the winners then. Make sure you leave an email address that you check!

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145 Responses to Bob’s Red Mill Sunday Giveaway

  1. Ann says:

    How about some Sunday brunch treats – donuts, waffles, scones?

  2. Taylor says:

    I love cinnamon buns! Not exactly healthy, but tasty nonetheless.

  3. Cadry says:

    The chicken-style seitan from Vegan Diner with mashed potatoes, gravy, and cauliflower would be pretty darned perfect for a Sunday dinner!

  4. Dianne says:

    I love breakfast burritos with tofu, potatoes, onions, peppers, and homemade tortillas. Yum!

  5. Tammy fleming says:

    Love to make a tofu scramble packed with veggies and served with a spicy seitan and pumpkin pancakes to wrap it all up in!

  6. Tiffany says:

    I’m a sucker for waffles.

  7. Amy Carroll says:

    waffles smothered in sunbutter, agave and coconut oil sauce with sliced bananas YUMMMMMMMYYYY!!!! Bob’s Red Mill flours are amazing I use them weekly also great thickening agents, cornmeal, oatmeal etc !!

  8. Josh DeGroote says:


  9. Sophie says:

    Black bean burgers and sweet potato fries :)

  10. Monica says:

    Pumpkin waffles. Mmmmm

  11. Thomas says:

    Gluten-Free “cheesy” flatbread.

  12. Mel says:

    I’m addicted to Vegan Brunch’s Spelt, Blueberry & Ginger muffins. I’d never baked with spelt until then – amazing!

  13. missmuffcake says:

    Sunday is a lazy day for me – it usually means left overs!

  14. I make a potato stuffed lentil loaf that is awesome. I use Bob’s Red Mill flax seed meal in the loaf to help bind it. Delicious Sunday comfort food!

  15. debbie says:

    Seitan pot pie (from Vegan Diner) in the slow cooker! Chuck it all in around lunchtime and have an awesome dinner a few hours later.

  16. Rich says:

    Pancakes, pancakes, pancakes!!!!

  17. Lilian says:

    Pancakes from “Vegan with a Vengeance” are my absolute favorite for sunday morning. With some maple sirup it’s absolutely delicious. Since a few weeks I have to avoid wheat, rye and spelt and the gluten free flour mixes save my life.

  18. Kim says:

    My favorite Sunday dish is probably a big pot of hearty stew (with barley) that I can eat leftovers of for the rest of the week. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  19. Megan McReynolds says:

    Bob’s Red Mill Vegi Soup Mix made with onions, carrots, celery, and garlic. Seeded flatbreads on the side. YUM!

  20. Joanne says:

    Fresh homemade banana bread. =)

  21. My favorite meal is a big breakfast/brunch–any combination of tofu scramble, tempeh bacon, biscuits, waffles, pancakes, smoothies, fresh fruit bowls, etc. :)

  22. Laura Ip says:

    Anything pumpkin…pumpkin muffins, pumpkin pie, pumpkin tarts, pumpkin cranberry loaf. Mmmm….

  23. mary says:

    homemade seitan medallions smothered in mushroom gravy and cabbage.

  24. Jesse D. says:

    On Sunday I love a big casserole dish full of chickpea pot pie. Yeah!

  25. ginger says:

    I usually make my seitan on Sundays (but I do it the easy way with vital wheat gluten flour). Sometimes I make ‘french toast’ on Sundays also, using chickpea flour so it’ll fry up like the real deal.

  26. Homemade pierogies–totally labour-intensive, but soooo worth it. Potato and Caramelized Sweet onion are my fave!

  27. Pancakes, always! Any kind too, cocoa, banana nut, carrot cake, peaches, strawberries.. I love them all!

  28. celyn says:

    Bagels for Sunday brunch, biscuits and gravy for a lazy Sunday dinner! Thank you to BRM for the giveaway and MoFo for hosting it!

  29. Cara Tillie Messer says:

    It’s gotta be something I can eat in my warm bed while watching the animated Fox line-up. A spicy bbq sammich and baked potato wedges, maybe?

  30. Rachel says:

    pancakes pancakes pancakes!!!

  31. Stephanie says:

    Chili and cinnamon rolls! I know it’s an odd combo, but my parents grew up in Kansas and it turns out that it’s standard cafeteria fare there. My mom used to make it all the time, especially near Halloween; it was our family’s traditional Halloween dish. Of course nowadays I veganize the cinnamon rolls and just go extra heavy on the beans in the chili (I use black beans, pinto, lima, and garbanzo). Sometimes I’ll even make it a little fancier and make pumpkin cinnamon rolls topped with raisins and walnuts. It’s wonderful Sunday dinner comfort food!

  32. Ashlae says:

    Quiche, quiche, quiche! Sweet or savory – I don’t care as long as it’s got a grainy crust filled with creamy goodness.

  33. Lacey says:

    Chili made with seitan and jalapeno cornbread.

  34. Lori says:

    I make muffins every Sunday to have for breakfast during the upcoming week.

  35. megan says:

    Scrambled tofu with a side of steamed sausages made with beans and vital wheat gluten. Mmm.

  36. Katie Gibbs says:

    Super simple – whole grain blueberry pancakes!

  37. Nicky A says:

    Pancakes, pancakes, pancakes.

  38. Isobelle says:

    Gluten Free Pancakes! all the way!

  39. Halona Black says:

    Who doesn’t love hot waffles on a Sunday morning!

  40. Jeremy says:

    Anything involving lots of carbs…pancakes, waffles, potatoes, pasta… Followed by a nap.

  41. Homa says:

    Gluten-free cinnamon rolls! I use Bob’s Red Mill Tapioca and Potato Starches in them, actually:

  42. Kristin says:

    My favorite Sunday dinner is biscuits and gravy. Bonus points if the gravy has seitan in it. Yummy.

  43. rachel says:

    pumpkin corn bread. nom!

  44. Rachael says:

    Sunday pozole with bob’s gf corn bread! Yumm sundays are the best!

  45. Melissa says:

    I think my favourite Sunday food would have to be vegan pancakes! I made some today. They’re especially good when you use vanilla almond milk. :)

  46. Baked Ziti (for sure!) is one of my fave Sunday dinners. With home made marinara and basil-cashew ricotta. Don’t forget a touch of Daiya mozzarella!

    Bob’s is the best!

  47. mariser says:

    tofu scrambled with peppers, corn tortillas.

    cinnamon buns

  48. Donna King says:

    bob’s steel cut oats for breakfast and going to use bob’s vital wheat gluten to make our own seitan!

  49. Jen says:

    A gluten-free pot pie, full of delicious root vegetables and beans. The Bob’s all purpose gluten-free flour is what I use for the crust!

  50. Lizzie says:

    Blueberry pancakes!

  51. Catherine says:

    Vegan chicken pot pie with mash taters.

  52. nik says:

    Still the same thing I loved every Sunday as a kid…a big bowl of rigatoni with tomato and garlic sauce that’s been simmering on the stove all afternoon. I’ll always love that smell. :)

  53. Jen says:

    Sunday morning breakfast: pancakes, blueberry muffins or pumpkin scones.

  54. Alicia says:

    I love making baked oatmeal on Sundays so I can have leftovers for weekday mornings later in the week.

  55. Jessica says:

    Brunch south western style : ) grits topped with home made VWG charrizo, and tofu scrabble, crowned with some freshly made pico de gallo! Made this this morning after rolling out of bed at 10:30 ; ) thank goodness for Bob’s <3

  56. Candice says:

    My favorite Sunday dish is a nice Kentucky Fried Seitan patty made from Bob’s VWG of course paired with mashed potatoes and garlicy greens. Mmmmm!

  57. Jennifer Licata says:

    Pancakes and muffins and scones, oh my! Sundays are for pancake breakfasts and baking for the upcoming week. I still have yet to tackle homemade seitan, but I have a box of Bob’s wheat gluten in the pantry that’s ready for me. :-)

  58. doe mora says:

    fresh cinnamon rolls….fruit crumble with an almond meal and rolled oats topping…tofu scramble with fresh bread… out of the oven foccacia

  59. Sue says:

    My usual Sunday meal is a triple batch of pressure cooker seitan which I then convert into assorted meals throughout the week. Today’s delicious Sunday Special Husband’s Birthday Dinner, served UK style in the afternoon, was seitan piccata from Candle Cafe Cookbook, locally grown organic potatoes mashed and a raw kale salad followed up by Wildflower Vegan ( Chocolate Coffee cupcakes. Of course, the meal would have been more relaxing if two small vegan toddlers did not spend the entire meal throwing food and crying.

  60. Michelle says:

    waffles & pancakes!

  61. Caroline says:

    Bobs Red Mill Creamy Buckwheat hot cereal (topped with maple syrup and fruit) EVERY morning for breakfast, lately with pumpkin and cinnamon mixed in!

  62. My mouth is watering from all of the suggestions! My family’s favorite has to be homemade chocolate-chip banana bread. The kids love it and don’t even realize that it’s good for them! Bob’s gluten free flour means I can eat it, too!

  63. veggiejess says:


  64. Katie of Vegan Noms says:

    Pumpkin pancakes? Yes.

  65. Lori says:

    I like pancakes or waffles made from scratch. I like being able to use different flours and flavors. I especially like the big Belgian style waffles.

  66. Anna says:

    PANCAKES!!! apple cinnamon or pumpkin pecan…yum!

  67. Rachael says:

    There is nothing butter than a warm cinnamon roll, topped with lots of unhealthy, buttery vegan icing….. oh yummy. My mouth is watering!!

  68. Em says:

    Waffles with ice cream.

  69. Aimee says:

    Cinnamon rolls. It’s a tradition.

  70. Pumpkin pancakes! I had them after shoveling today

  71. Annie says:

    Biscuits and veggie gravy mmm, mmm, mmm!

  72. Leah says:

    I tend to eat a lot of bread products on Sundays, usually something extravagant like pancakes for breakfast and then (especially this time of year) soup with homemade crusty bread to dip into it. I have lentil/squash soup going on the stove right now (to be topped with wilted greens before eating).

  73. Abby Bean says:

    Homemade bread- olive, walnut, sundried tomato, caper, or plain sesame!

  74. Haley says:


  75. Lys R says:

    As of now, I am absolutely in love with pumpkin cinnamon rolls for Sunday breakfast. So delicious!

  76. Chocolate chip waffles! Yum!

  77. Becca says:


  78. Jennifer S. says:

    Tofu scramble with toast (made with homemade bread). YUM!!

  79. Alec says:

    Seitan Rubens! Great for Sunday night dinner during the game

  80. Jojo says:

    My favourite Sunday food would have to be a seitan roast, preferably covered in pastry like the Seitan en Croute from 500 Vegan Recipes.

  81. Courtney says:

    Cinnamon buns are a great Sunday treat!


  82. Nanette says:

    I love to make Isa’s Best Pumpkin Muffins for lazy Sunday munching.

  83. Nichole says:

    I love to make a good hearty breakfast on the weekends since I never have time to do so during the week: biscuits and gravy, tofu scramble, roasted potatoes, waffles, scones, muffins–all good!

  84. Lacey says:

    I love bread pudding! I wish I could eat it every Sunday.
    polkaostrich at gmail dot com

  85. Neyda says:

    Sunday dish? Homemade pizza overflowing with field roast and veggies is always a winner!

  86. Karen says:

    Tofu scramble and waffles!

  87. Something easy and breezy, maybe pasta with cashew sauce and kale!

  88. Nobody says:

    my favorite it a walnut lentil loaf with some roasted potatoes. YUM! (the loaf has several grains in it- oats, bread crumbs, flax…)

  89. Kim Yager says:

    Veggie pot pie stew and caulipots … also pumpkin pancakes! YUM

  90. Ashley F. says:

    Pancakes are my absolute favorite Sunday dish. They are completely versatile so you can make them to suit any cravings you have!

  91. Kristen says:

    Either “Chick’n” pot pie calzones or Seitan and mushroom stroganoff calzones!

  92. Soozle says:

    I love making blueberry pancakes on a Sunday morning! :-)

  93. Hayyyjude says:

    I made sweet potato/banana pancakes today……rib-sticking and deeelicous!!

  94. Kim says:

    I love to make Vegan Garlic-Cheezy Rolls. Hot out of the oven goodness!

  95. jun says:

    my baking cannot be completed without bob’s!

    my favorite Sunday dish would be homemade bagels, salad sprinkled with flax seeds, plus some cake or cookies using bob’s chickpea flour.

  96. Anne says:

    One of my favorite Sunday dishes is tofu scramble with potatoes, onions, green & hot peppers and lots of nutritional yeast, with a toasted everything bagel (that I get from a local baker) & tofutti cream cheese :-)

    jerseygirl1351at aoldotcom

  97. Candyce Fleming says:

    Sunday am or holidays – Mom’s Pancakes (which some blueberries), and a kick but smoothies..or Cinammon rolls. (I love warmy gooey cinammm rolls!)

  98. dazlious says:

    Red lentil curry!!!!!

  99. Melanie Yo says:

    Sunday is doughnut date day. The kids and I make doughnuts or sometimes muffins together then we eat them with lovely cold soy milk and tea for me!

  100. Oscar says:

    Definitely pancakes from Vegan Brunch/Vegan With A Vengeance — you can’t go wrong with the cinnamon-y goodness plus maple syrup!

  101. Sweet potatoe and chickpea pot pie that my mother-in-law makes. It is simply amazing and adds to her best-mom-in-law quality

  102. Christi says:

    Always have a big pot of stew simmering all day. Today is lentil soup!

  103. Corrin Radd says:

    With time to make breakfast, we usually go for breakfast burritos on Sundays. Is there anything better?

  104. Sara says:

    griled daiya sammie

  105. Alexander says:

    Cinnamon rolls, especially pumpkin ones or chai ones or…
    Basically all cinnamon rolls, I guess.

  106. Fran says:

    veganomicon’s roasted cauliflower potpie :) my eternal love.

  107. Megan says:

    Mmm…Sunday dinnner with any kind of homey warming stew and freshly baked bread. So good!

  108. Peter says:

    I like some delicious seitan sausages, riffing on the recipe in Vegan Brunch, anything from brats to chorizo.

  109. MB says:

    lazy sunday night pancakes or a slightly more involved home made pizza!

  110. Meagen says:

    Oh definitely something brunch-related. It’s pretty damn difficult to choose one dish but I think I am going to go with…vegan bacon egg and cheese biscuits. I could eat these every meal of the day and be happy! EAT YOUR HEART OUT, MCDONALD’S!

  111. virtual.jess says:

    Chocolate chip cookies. No Sunday is complete without a fresh batch from the oven.

  112. rachell37 says:

    I feel like I’m answering every question with “biscuits and gravy”, but biscuits and gravy! For breakfast, brunch or brinner.

  113. Lisa says:

    Homemade biscuits with kale and tempeh gravy. Yum!

  114. Jen E says:

    My favorite sunday meal is naughty, I make homemade fried seitan w/gravy and with stir fry veggies. Not the healthiest, but I love it!

  115. lucky vegan says:

    Lentil soup from “everyday vegetarian” cookbook.

  116. dee says:

    I love multi-bean chili cooking in a slow cooker on a Sunday. Gives you something to look forward to that evening! We put ours on rice or quinoa, just because we like it that way.
    Thank you SO much for opening a contest to Canada – yay!!!!!!
    P.S. Just bought some Bob’s nutritional yeast recently, when making a tofu roast (had no idea he made that too!). It kicks Bulk Barn’s nutritional yeast’s butt 😉

  117. My favourite Sunday dish uses any local and in season ingredients I can find. Using the free time I have on that day to make a new recipe makes it my favourite Sunday dish :)

  118. Lauren says:

    My favorite Sunday meal is oatmeal with banana an pumpkin!

  119. Angela says:

    My new favorite Sunday dish is biscuits and gravy. I use the recipes from Julie Hasson’s book ‘Vegan Diner.’ Perfection!!!!

  120. Dan says:

    I like to make the peanut butter blondies from Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar. I always have a little more time on Sundays to bake. :)

  121. Dawn says:

    Cashew Korma from the PPK with Chickpea (flour) Rotis and Chocolate Hazlenut Torte for dessert. Decadent.

  122. Erin J. Green says:

    I’m not gonna lie…that cinnamon roll up there looked TO DIE FOR. I am going to have to go with cinnamon rolls on Sunday!!

  123. Amanda says:

    Gluten free vegan biscuits and gravy!!

  124. joyfulgirl says:

    My family usually gets bagels on Sunday mornings. Yum! and today I made ravioli from scratch. best ever.

  125. Ash says:

    Sunday for me is waking up to my freshly baked gluten free loaf of bread! Or if I’ve been lazy, it’s pancake day! ( Sometimes I’m lazy on purpose…)

  126. Rachel says:

    Definitely would be something I don’t have time to make during the week…perhaps a slow-roasted ratatouille. Usually, though, I make food for the week – so soups, legume dishes, etc. – and bake something for my coworkers … apple cake this week!

  127. Gary Forbes says:

    My girlfriends macaroni and cheese with a side of seitan boneless wings!

  128. Megan says:

    Green soup in bread bowls!

  129. Sara says:

    Sunday’s a perfect bread-baking day! Lately I’m on a kick making oatmeal sandwich bread with a tiny hint of molasses…

  130. Kelly C says:

    On Sundays we usually have baked potatoes with broccoli and corn. It’s an easy supper after a long week!

  131. Lauren says:

    I made a baked potato with black beans and almond cheese and it was fantastic!

  132. i love baking breads!.. all multigrains.. 5 grain, 7, 10.. and usually with a little fruit in it!

  133. Susan Kelley says:

    Pot pies– I love all different kinds from plain ‘ol tofu pot pie to more exotic curry pot pies. They take longer to make, but hey– it’s Sunday!

  134. sophia says:

    hope i made it in time! sunday is bread baking day over here. lots of flour, everywhere.

  135. Amy says:

    I’m a big fan of delicata squash bisque and homemade bread for Sunday night dinners. I suppose a green salad on the side would be nice too :)

  136. Jacqueline says:

    I truly enjoy freshly baked homemade rustic Italian bread with homemade pasta noodles to make lasagne. Homemade sauce, kale and broccoli, with a homemade tofu ricotta, a vegan bechamel spiced with nutmeg. A lovely salad. If not using homemade fresh pasta then polenta would work. That is a wonderful Sunday meal. Yum!

  137. ikkinlala says:

    Homemade bread (served with soup).

  138. Kayla says:

    Bread, cake, pretty much anything that is carb loaded.
    It’s all yummy.

  139. Julie Truong says:

    tofu scramble w/ pumpkin pancakes/waffles, vegan sausages, and pumpkin/sweet potato hash!

    helllllllaaaaa delicious, cruelty free, and no cholesterol to clog your
    arteries like their meat counter parts.

    damn i want this right now! (=

  140. leslie says:

    I love to make a soup and biscuits!

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