Not a Brussel Sprout fan? This dish could change your perspective. If you love ’em, this will become a regular in your recipe file. The inspiration came from a a meal I had at the Dancing Bear Lodge the other night. Something similar to this was an easy GF choice on the menu, as were the numerous and delicious options with a staff that is lazer-focused on food allergies. Visit them if you’re in this area – its a beautiful place.
…with Salted Caramel Sauce. I love pretty much all things pumpkin. Over the past few years, I’ve made some decent GF pumpkin pie, but this year, I wanted something a little different. This is similar to cheese cake (but uses Greek yogurt instead of cream cheese), has plenty of pumpkin pie flavors, and the caramel sauce…mmmm…just sends it over the top. Next day, it becomes the breakfast of this champion, if there’s any left over!
Forget boxed stuffing for your holiday table, but don’t forget this stuffing! Super easy to make and you probably don’t need to mention it’s gluten free because it tastes like the real thing. You can make the Fast Focaccia a day ahead of time since stale/toasted bread works just fine in the recipe. If you need a dairy free option, make the Hamburger Buns ( just pour the batter into one mound on a cookie sheet), cool and cut into cubes.
Sometimes you just want a crunchy, savory snack. These pretzel bites are easy to make. They can be made from practically any plain GF bread, and it’s a great use for GF breads, as they tend to get stale pretty quick, but you don’t want to throw the expensive loaf/ingredients away. If you don’t have any GF bread around, make the Fast Focaccia, cut into cubes and go from there.
Sorry for the pun, but I couldn’t help it…A couple of years ago, I had my dad try one of my early GF breads that happened to be laden with tapioca flour. Apparently he liked it because he recently asked me for the recipe, but since he’s diabetic, I asked he give me a little time to create something more carb friendly. Yes, I made him a bread he really likes, but these snack crackers also happened around the same time and he really loves them, as does my family, since even a double batch rarely makes it beyond a day in our house. Continue Reading
It’s a cold cereal. It’s a hot cereal. As granola, enjoy it with milk of your choice, or mix it into yogurt. Or, in the event of a chilly morning, prepare it as a nice hot bowl of porridge. The Chai Mix is easy to make. And because it’s full of nuts and good stuff, you may not be hungry by mid-morning!
This one is at the top of the list for our family favorites. Like many pasta dishes, it can be difficult to recapture the flavors and textures of pre-GF days, but this lasagna seems to evoke positive comments with practically every bite! One piece is very filling, but in this family, we go back for seconds…and then plan some extra exercise to work it off. Continue Reading
Just in time for football season, prep this during the pregame and you’ll have an insanely delicious hot pizza right around kickoff! For a little extra kick, drizzle with additional hot sauce. If using blue cheese, make sure you find one that is gluten free.
Simply elegant, fantastic flavor and so easy to make, serve this sun dried tomato pomodoro on zucchini noodles (pictured) or your favorite gluten free pasta. It also tastes great cold! It pairs well with that Gluten Free Chicken Marsala in the foreground of the picture. For paleo folks, I imagine ghee could be a good substitute for the butter, but I’ve never tried it!