Gluten Free Casserole – Chicken Divan

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You make a gluten free casserole fancy by making this chicken divan, a chicken casserole usually served with broccoli, almonds, and Mornay sauce (a béchamel sauce (basic white sauce) with cheese added). Chicken Divan was invented at and named after the old Divan Parisienne Restaurant in the New York Chatham Hotel, which is no longer in existence. Continue reading “Gluten Free Casserole – Chicken Divan”

Ground Beef Recipe: Gluten Free Risotto Casserole

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Using my basic gluten free risotto recipe I created this delicious casserole. It is fully of delightful aromas as well as flavors. The beef mixture cooks up in a matter of a few minutes. Make the risotto the day before. Then just add in veggies and the risotto and you have yourself a gluten free dinner recipe in well under 30 minutes. Enjoy! Continue reading “Ground Beef Recipe: Gluten Free Risotto Casserole”

Gluten Free Casserole: Beef Pesto Rice

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In a rush to make a gluten free dinner? Try this easy gluten free casserole recipe using premade gluten-free basil pesto. Add veggies, if you desire, or serve with a salad. This recipe includes only 4 ingredients and can be made in about 15 minutes. Some rice brands may take longer to cook, however, I found one brand that cooks in under 20 minutes, less. You can speed up the cooking time by using instant rice, which is lower in carbs and only takes about 5 minutes to cook. My husband and I really enjoyed this simple, yet scrumptious gluten free casserole recipe, Italian style! Continue reading “Gluten Free Casserole: Beef Pesto Rice”

Gluten Free Casserole: No Egg Chicken Carbonara

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I broke all the rules in making carbonara. Thus the title, “Gluten Free Casserole”.  I used penne pasta, no egg yolk, mozzarella instead of Parmesan, and more.  It is so yummy! You can make this an easy recipe by using pre-cooked gluten-free crumbled bacon. This dish has a gourmet flavor, as I used a bit of white wine. However, you can substitute the wine with additional chicken broth. Add veggies, if you desire. I am looking forward to trying this gluten free casserole with fresh baby spinach. I surely would pay for this dish in a fine restaurant. Continue reading “Gluten Free Casserole: No Egg Chicken Carbonara”

Chili Macaroni Casserole: Gluten Free Hamburger Helper Style Recipe

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Since gluten free Hamburger Helper (actually named “Helper”) will no longer exist once all sold, I thought some of you may appreciate a gluten-free hamburger helper style recipe. As of the date of this recipe, I’ve read all over the internet that some of the old Helper may still be on shelves, but it is best to read the labels and be aware that the newer packages contain the statement, “May contain wheat”. Enjoy this homemade gluten free hamburger helper style recipe, just like you used to! Continue reading “Chili Macaroni Casserole: Gluten Free Hamburger Helper Style Recipe”

Gluten Free Recipe: Chicken and Vegetable Noodle Bowl

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This wonderful gluten free recipe was contributed by Joy Bauer, author of Joy Bauer’s Food Cures and host of 2 nutritional segments on NBC’s The Today Show. Joy has a few healthy gluten free recipes on her site, and provides a number of helpful tips on adjusting to celiac disease in her book. This gluten free casserole is just delicious. That’s one thing that Joy does well, bring flavor to low-fat food.  Continue reading “Gluten Free Recipe: Chicken and Vegetable Noodle Bowl”

Gluten Free Vegan Italian Pasta Casserole

Gluten Free Vegan Casserole with Artichoke Hearts

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When my husband isn’t home for dinner, I often just throw any ingredients in a pan and go for it. I don’t need meat every night. This is my favorite out of all of my gluten free pasta recipes, and it happens to be gluten free veganThe other night I went in my pantry for dog food when I spotted a jar of artichoke hearts and immediately thought of some with pasta, along with red bell pepper. The rest is history. I used just about every Italian ingredient I could get my hands on in my kitchen to create an authentic gluten free Italian recipe. It’s something that I knew must already exist; however, I had no name for it. That’s all I knew was I would be happy to pay for this in a fine restaurant as a main dish. I could eat this every night, if needed. Loved it! Let me know how you like it, if you give it a try. It may be used as a main dish or a side dish. Mangia! (Italian for “eat!”) Continue reading “Gluten Free Vegan Italian Pasta Casserole”

Gluten Free Zucchini Casserole

Gluten-free Zucchini Casserole with cheese

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I usually make this gluten free zucchini casserole without any seasoning, as zucchini is flavorful enough on its own, but adding a bit of smoked paprika made it very tasty! Ensure the smoke paprika you use is gluten-free, as some items that contain smoke flavor are made by using gluten to carry the smoke. You could really get a wonderful flavor by adding cooked bacon. Oh yum! I would use this when I had guests, but not as an everyday vegetable, as cannot afford the calories! – but oh, how I wish I could!  That just sounds so yummy! You can eat this as an entire meal. I did, and enjoyed every bite! I hope you do, as well! Continue reading “Gluten Free Zucchini Casserole”

Gluten Free Italian Sausage Pasta Casserole

Gluten-free Italian Sausage Pasta Casserole

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I needed to do a review for Schar’s pasta for my gluten free gift baskets website and decided to create a new gluten free pasta casserole recipe just for the occasion! What’s more Italian than pasta and Italian sausage ? My husband and I not only enjoyed the dish, but Schar’s tagliatele pasta, as well. The pasta contains mainly corn and tastes much like regular, glutenous egg noodle pasta.  It was a real treat!  If you do not eat corn, then by all means use a gluten-free brown rice pasta. Jovial and Tinkyada are the best I’ve ever eaten! Continue reading “Gluten Free Italian Sausage Pasta Casserole”

Gluten Free Stove-Top Chicken Potato Casserole

Gluten-free Chicken Potato Casserole

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This one dish gluten free casserole is very easy to make! Rather than wait 1 hour in the oven to bake chicken and potatoes, you can cook it on the stove top in 15-20 minutes, depending upon the size of your potatoes. And you can leave the skins on the potatoes if you desire, which speeds up the prep work. I appreciated this recipe because it uses only one pan. To my surprise, as I am not usually one to eat chunks of onion and especially garlic, they turned out so sweet in the dish! I hope this makes your gluten-free dinner meals faster and easier! Continue reading “Gluten Free Stove-Top Chicken Potato Casserole”