Gluten Free Cucumber Salad with Creamy Dill Salad Dressing

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When I visited Los Angeles in the past, I loved going to a this little hole in the wall Greek restaurant that served a great cucumber salad with a creamy dill dressing. I had to recreate it! I don’t know why I didn’t years ago. It is wonderful!  I did however use green onions instead of yellow onions and I like it much better! They did not use carrots, but I like a little color once in awhile. You can use a gluten-free Greek yogurt or sour cream. Leftovers taste even better! Continue reading “Gluten Free Cucumber Salad with Creamy Dill Salad Dressing”

Gluten Free Italian Sausage Stuffed with Mashed Potatoes

Gluten Free Mashed Potatoes and Cheese Stuffed Italian Sausage

One of my husband’s favorite dishes is mashed potatoes and cheddar cheese over Italian sausages. It is a great way to use up mashed potatoes. It is not something either of us can afford to eat very often, as far calories are concerned, but 3 or 4 times a year I make this special treat.  It’s right up there with pizza for us! I was not planning on posting this recipe, but snapped a quick photo anyway (before the cheese melted), and then later decided why not!  Kids love sausages and adults.  My mother used to make it for our family for years. When she decided to start cooking low cholesterol dishes she started broiling the sausages, cutting back on the grease.  It’s delicious broiled, too – nice and brown! Continue reading “Gluten Free Italian Sausage Stuffed with Mashed Potatoes”

Gluten Free Potato Pancakes for Breakfast

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Though this Potato Pancake Recipe was posted previously, I thought I would share it with you as a gluten-free breakfast or brunch idea. There are a number of fillings you can use for potato pancakes. My favorite is cheese, but I usually eat them plain or with a little butter on top. This time instead of using butter I used gluten-free margarine, Smart Balance, as a test and I did not notice any difference in browning. Continue reading “Gluten Free Potato Pancakes for Breakfast”

Gluten Free Nachos With or Without Beans

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Whether serving a crowd or just a few people, nachos are always a big hit. With this gluten free nachos recipe you can add your favorite toppings, from olives to jalapeno peppers, from sour cream to guacamole. Of course, a good cheese sauce is a must. You can either add cheese and melt in the oven or microwave, or make a homemade cheese sauce. If you wish to kick it up a notch, add chili powder, onion powder, and garlic powder. Yummy deliciousness! – even when made dairy-free. Enjoy! Continue reading “Gluten Free Nachos With or Without Beans”

Gluten Free Agave Popcorn Balls

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Recent time spent with my grandchildren got me to thinking of my childhood. I remember eating pink caramel popcorn. Remember that? All that sugar just seemed wonderful, and the artificial coloring made it very attractive! Fortunately, now, most people are gearing up towards healthier choices. No more red dye no. 40 which contains petroleum and less refined sugar. I decided to try a popcorn ball recipe sweetened with agave syrup. This is a great recipe to use up your left over popcorn, too! I am sure kids will enjoy this sweet treat! Continue reading “Gluten Free Agave Popcorn Balls”

Winner of the Goldbaum’s Gluten-Free Giveaway! UPDATE!

Due to the first winner not claiming the prize the new winner is………

Rachelle Ludwig!

She has 2 days to respond to our email and provide us with her  U.S. mailing address for mshipping purposes.  All taxes will be the winner’s responsibility.

Once again, congratulations, Rachelle!  I hope you enjoy these gluten free goodies!

Best Regards,
The Gluten Free Recipe Box Staff

“Gluten-Free Cooking and Good Health” – Radio Interview with Authors

Coming up next on “Carla’s Cooking” – Spend an hour with Annalise G. Roberts and Claudia Pillow, PhD, authors of the “The Gluten-Free Good Health Cookbook”. Learn to cook delicious food in such a way as to strengthen your immune system and neutralize inflammation; and so much more! Whether you have Celiac Disease, are on a gluten free diet or are just curious how to become healthier, you should definitely listen in! Read more below to find out how you can win one of two books being given away during the show! Continue reading ““Gluten-Free Cooking and Good Health” – Radio Interview with Authors”

Gluten Free Walnut Butter Cups

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I wanted to make gluten free peanut butter cups, but I do not eat peanut butter very often and the Trader Joe’s peanut butter my husband uses is made in a factory shared with wheat. So, I opted to create walnut butter cups instead. First, I created a walnut butter recipe sweetened with agave syrup, making a great peanut butter substitute. I share both recipes with you below. Anything chocolate makes my day! How about you? Continue reading “Gluten Free Walnut Butter Cups”

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