This site will be removed from the Internet on August 10, 2020. Carla is retiring. Look forward to a smaller website when she begins to publish her cookbooks in the near future. Thank you for your support!
Cup4Cup now makes a gluten free multigrain bread mix that contains very little white refined starch, in this case, tapioca flour. All of the other flours are made of whole grains such as oat, millet, sorghum, buckwheat, teff, as well as flax seed meal. The great thing about this copycat recipe is that you can change whatever you cannot tolerate. Provided are substitutes for oat flour, xanthan gum, and even eggs. This recipe is naturally dairy-free.
Without the use of tomatoes or bell pepper, you can make this flavorful black bean turkey chili. There’s an unusual vegetable in this version of the recipe. What is it? Carrots! Meanwhile, turkey is a smart choice for those watching calories and fat, but usually doesn’t add much flavor to chili and stews. However, the broth you use is the key. If you’re not watching your fat or calorie intake, there are add-ins that you’ll absolutely love.
Recently, I saw a photo of cornbread and chili and just had to create a gluten free version. While my chili over-powered the flavor of these amazing waffles, I love them, even plain, without syrup. That’s unusual for me. They really are that tasty. Give them a try and see for yourself. Because they contain very little sugar, they’d make a great snack for kids as well as adults. A video is coming on soon showing the crispness of these waffles.
Learn to make yogurt that is creamier than you can buy in the stores, which you can make sugar-free, refined-sugar-free, or using the sweeteners of your choosing. You can even make lactose-free yogurt as I did, pictured above. Read how easy it all is to do! See Notes section to make Greek Yogurt.
For an authentic Chilean dish, make this
gluten free version of Chilean Corn Pie. The traditional name is Pastel de
Choclo. Usually served with Pebre Sauce as so many dishes are, you’ll love the flavors
as it brings you on a food trip to South America.
When you’re looking for something different to make for dinner, make these delicious gluten free chicken and bacon quesadillas in the oven or on the stovetop. The bacon and added spices make a healthy substitute for chorizo (no red dye, soy, or unwanted pork parts). Use traditional bacon or turkey bacon, as long as the brand is gluten free. Use brown or white meat chicken. Add your favorite quesadilla toppings or eat plain and you’re good to go!
This gluten free dairy free white bread recipe creates a bread texture similar to traditional French bread with a similar crust without any rice flour. Everyone loves the previous Gluten Free Sliced French Bread but didn’t care for the large holes. This one is much better and begins with soft crust, straight out of the pan or after storage. Makes excellent sandwiches and toast.
Watch the video to see the texture. [coming any minute]
If you’re tired of gazpacho as your go-to soup summer soup, try this cold avocado cucumber soup. You can season it in a number of ways, including Mexican and Italian. This soup is so delicious and may be made dairy-free and it’s so easy to make!
Food presentation is all about arrangement and color. A perfect example of adding color to food are these gluten free beetroot wraps. They are easy and fast to make, but more importantly, the dough is easy to handle, resulting in wraps that easily roll and do not break easily.