Many months ago I posted a recipe for broccoli stuffed potato with cheese sauce, but the file became corrupted and it disappeared! Someone asked me to republish it. The most important part of the recipe is the gluten free cheese sauce which you can use to make macaroni and cheese or add atop a baked … Continue reading Gluten Free Cheese Sauce
Another great recipe from Alexandra Anca, MHSc, RD, from “Complete Gluten-Free Diet & Nutrition Guide” – Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Brownies! And check out my review of this awesome gluten free cookbook! It contains healthy gluten free recipes, that are not necessarily overly healthy, but make slight improvements such as this gluten free brownies recipe … Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Brownies
I usually prefer chicken breasts, in gluten free chicken salad sandwiches, but I had a little left over dark meat chicken on hand, and because it was dark meat every time I looked at it, it reminded me of turkey. I then began to crave one of my old favorites, turkey, cream cheese and cranberry sauce … Continue reading Gluten Free Chicken Salad Recipe
This gluten free teriyaki steak can be made with or without pineapple, but the pineapple makes a very nice compliment to the sweet and salty teriyaki sauce. Because it is grilled in the same pan the steak is, it tends not to be very sweet, but just lends a hint of sweetness. Serve over rice … Continue reading Gluten Free Teriyaki Steak
I needed some gluten free teriyaki sauce and there was none in the house. What’s a girl to do? I gathered some of the traditional ingredients in teriyaki sauce and added a bit of pineapple juice for some extra nutrients. The base is tamari sauce. It is wonderful that San J makes a gluten-free soy … Continue reading Gluten Free Teriyaki Sauce Recipe (or Marinade)
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.
The holidays are almost upon us which has inspired me greatly in creating new recipes, but specifically these stuffed snow peas. Besides using these as appetizers they are a great way to get your kids to eat vegetables, too! If you use cream cheese, of course, they will not be dairy-free, but there are alternatives … Continue reading Pecan Stuffed Snow Peas with Creamy Smoked Filling
Of course this fruit salad is gluten free, but it does not take special ingredients to make this recipe. It is fast to make, yet elegant to serve, with proper garnishes. October is mango season where I live in California. Perhaps the season is different where you are. Mangos tend to be overlooked during the … Continue reading Savory Fruit Salad: Mango and Dried Cherry
October is National Cookie Month! What a great excuse to make a batch, right? These gluten free cookies are scrumptious! I love gluten free shortbread cookies probably because they have more butter than the average cookie recipe, but this recipe uses less butter and replaces it with a little nut flour. Enjoy!
You may have already seen my other Gluten Free Granola Bars recipe made with chocolate chips. This one we tweaked a bit by adding more walnuts along with the almonds. ou can use any nuts you like, but using at least one soft nut is helpful for this recipe. For those who cannot tolerate oats, … Continue reading Walnut Cranberry Gluten Free Granola Bars