Easy, is all I can say! These appetizers can be made dairy-free as well as gluten-free. The filling can be changed around quite a bit with various additions and substitutions to the cream cheese, sautéed vegetables, olives, sun-dried tomatoes, sautéed onion and peppers. Just make sure all of your additions are gluten-free. Continue reading “Easy Gluten Free Appetizers: Pepperoni and More”
There is a YouTube video on how to make raw banana ice cream with a juicer. You just remove the skin from bananas; freeze the bananas, whole; remove the filter or screen from your juicer; feed them through and voila! – You have soft serve banana ice cream. However, what does one do if they do not have a juicer? You can even make ice cream without an ice cream maker and both without a juicer. This recipe is gluten-free, vegan, raw, refined sugar-free and sugar-free, as it is naturally sweetened. Enjoy this healthy treat!
When I visited Los Angeles in the past, I loved going to a this little hole in the wall Greek restaurant that served a great cucumber salad with a creamy dill dressing. I had to recreate it! I don’t know why I didn’t years ago. It is wonderful! I did however use green onions instead of yellow onions and I like it much better! They did not use carrots, but I like a little color once in awhile. You can use a gluten-free Greek yogurt or sour cream. Leftovers taste even better! Continue reading “Gluten Free Cucumber Salad with Creamy Dill Salad Dressing”
If you like an occasional pork chop, but find them too dry, try my mother’s recipe. It’s naturally gluten-free. She used to call it, “Pork chop rice and gravy”. I like to call it that, too, but most people call it pork chop with red sauce. It is a very easy pork chop recipe with few ingredients. These are really tender pork chops. They are so tender you can break it up with a fork, especially the pork chops with a bone. Continue reading “Gluten Free Tender Pork Chops with Red Sauce and Rice”
If you enjoy ambrosia, but are searching for a healthier alternative check out this recipe for sugar-free Greek yogurt ambrosia. Greek yogurt contains live cultures and other ingredients that are known to aid in digestion, which are all natural. Cinnamon is added for a wonderful flavor. Cinnamon’s health benefits are multiple, and aiding digestion is one of them. It is made sugar-free using stevia. Update: NuNutral brand stevia is not bitter, at all! Continue reading “Sugar-Free Gluten-Free Greek Yogurt Ambrosia”
After watching this video recipe on Raspberry Ganache Fudge Cake I have been wanting to try it. Unfortunately, I had no avocado for the frosting, nor raspberries for the filling. Darn! I tried a different spin on things and made a smaller portion of what I really would like to call “guilt-free” raw fudge. This raw fudge makes a great dessert, as well as a snack, and is also low-sodium, low-fat, vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free dessert. And healthy, too! Continue reading “Gluten Free Raw Fudge”
No one ever suspects these pancakes to be gluten-free. These pancakes are so good, you may want to double or triple the recipe to store some in the freezer for fast breakfasts during the week. Continue reading “Gluten Free Banana Pancakes”
This gluten free chicken fried rice recipe is a great for those watching their sodium and fat intake, as well as being gluten-free. If you are not watching your fat you can use any chicken parts versus chicken breast meat. If you are not on a gluten free diet you can use regular soy sauce. If you are not watching your sodium intake you can use any kind of regular gluten free soy sauce or tamari sauce. If you are vegetarian, you can use scrambled eggs versus chicken. Continue reading “Gluten Free Chicken Fried Rice (Vegetarian Options)”
I decided to play around with a new gluten free flourless brownie recipe. Instead of using almond meal flour I used ground walnuts, which I ground in my food processor. I topped it off with my chocolate ganache that I use on my cheesecake. This recipe is flourless, rich and chocolaty! Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Flourless Brownie Recipe”
Adding this sweet pizza sauce to your favorite gluten-free pizza brings out the flavors of the toppings as well as the crust. If you don’t enjoy sweet sauces, make it savory simply by adding plenty of fresh herbs and reducing the agave. Use it on any the Gluten Free Pizza Crust Recipes.