There is one ingredient every vegan or vegetarian should keep in their pantry. That one ingredient makes a great substitute for beef broth or partial substitute for Worcestershire sauce. Using that ingredient along with a couple of other simple ingredients, this low-fat vegan shepherd’s pie turned out amazing! So amazing that my meat-loving husband said he could eat it for dinner. Make it spicy, if desired.
When you want to impress guests, make this delicious gluten free caramelized onion bacon quiche. Caramelizing the onion provides a richer, sweeter flavor, but if you wish to make a faster version you may do that as well. The filing mixed with its savory custard is decadent, to say the least. This recipe is perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or potluck.
Not only is
this gluten free cauliflower and broccoli cheese pasta bake delicious it is the
smart choice for entertaining. All of the parts may be made in advance. Then,
just bake it right before serving. Impress your guests, friends, or family.
Without the use of tons of cheese and high-calorie beef, you can achieve a creamy consistency with plenty of flavor in this gluten free chicken and pumpkin lasagna. What an amazing combination! Use your favorite commercial or homemade pasta sauce, roasted pumpkin or sweet potatoes, and homemade gluten free pasta or boxed. It’s delicious! Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Chicken and Pumpkin Lasagna (or Sweet Potatoes)”
Without the use of tortillas, this gluten free casserole contains all of the flavors of enchiladas. Its sauce leaves everything moist and the cheese topping adds additional flavor. What makes this recipe easy is that it is made in one skillet for easy cleanup! What makes this recipe smart is the addition of cabbage; a great way to get picky eaters to consume more veggies. Continue reading “Gluten Free Enchilada Casserole with Cabbage, Ground Turkey & Rice”
Pulling together all of my recent recipes results in this gorgeous mixture of flavors and textures. This gluten free meatball casserole includes a number of variations. This recipe is all about choices! The flavors and textures are sure to knock the socks off your family or guests. Your choice of meatballs (chicken & bacon or traditional Italian), easy or traditional marinara sauce, even bolognese (meat sauce). Choose between creamy polenta or your favorite gluten free pasta. You can even choose from a 9 x 9-inch dish or 9 x 13-inch dish. Continue reading “Gluten Free Meatball Casserole with Multiple Variations”