They say that cauliflower is the new kale for 2016. I don’t know about that, but I do know that it is the perfect substitute for high carb starches like rice and potatoes. This roasted cauliflower dish is the low-carb replacement for high-carb gluten-free breaded cauliflower. It’s not full of starch but provides the same … Continue reading Low-Carb Gluten-Free Breaded Cauliflower
If you are looking for gluten-free chipotle sauce, this super easy and quick recipe will work perfectly. It is not only safe for those who are gluten intolerant, but it’s delicious. I also list my research results on the ingredients, from when I contacted the manufacturers.
While developing recipes for my cookbook, I created a traditional Copycat Betty Crocker Devil’s Food Cake Mix recipe. At the time, I wasn’t sure on the theme of my cookbook. I thought I’d give an egg-free version a try. My husband who loves devil’s food cake enjoyed it as did I. The one recipe tester … Continue reading Gluten-Free Allergen-Free Devil’s Food Cake
This is a kid-friendly, pumpkin sauce. It may appeal to them because it looks similar to macaroni and cheese. However, when they realize that it is not, they’ll hit the sweetness of the pumpkin and be just as happy. For a more savory, adult version, see the Tips section. Both are delicious as the roasting … Continue reading Gluten Free Roasted Pumpkin Pasta Sauce
Have you ever heard of Chinese rice noodles? They’re different than gluten free rice pasta, but you can easily substitute them for whatever you can find locally. I’ve added some to this fresh and crisp gluten free Chinese salad. The dressing is tasty, as well.
Macarons are French egg white cookies, that if made properly will melt in your mouth. While experimenting with the latest egg substitute, canned bean liquid, I used it to make these melt in your mouth macarons. Who knew you could achieve perfection with egg substitute? Meanwhile, I filled mine with some leftover chocolate ganache. You … Continue reading Melt in Your Mouth Macarons (Egg-Free)
While on vacation, we ate at one my favorite gluten free menu restaurants, PF Chang’s China Bistro. While this appetizer from their happy hour menu is not gluten free, allow me to explain why it’s not. The waitress spoke to the chef on my behalf. He said that the only reason why they don’t label it … Continue reading Gluten Free Saigon Summer Rolls – Vietnamese Rolls with Peanut Sauce
Remember the old classic carrot and raisin salad? Well, this spicy carrot salad replaced that in our house a few years ago. The older we get, the spicier we enjoy our food. If you enjoy a little spice to your food, this is a must try. I like to keep some in the frig to … Continue reading Spicy Carrot Salad
While you can purchase oat milk in your local grocery store, the oats used in that milk is most likely not gluten free. Due to oats growing in fields adjacent to gluten crops and multiple other reasons, regular oats can contain up to 10% gluten. You can make your own gluten free oat milk at … Continue reading Gluten Free Oat Milk Recipe
I was about to make some basmati rice (Indian white rice), but was wondering if soaking rice was healthier. I already soak beans and nuts to remove enzyme blockers. In my research, I discovered soaking basmati rice, as well as others, not only removes some nutrient blockers, it makes it easier to digest. In addition, … Continue reading Basic Basmati Rice Recipe