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Krissy

Oatmeal Cookies (Gluten Free)

I’ve been sort of busy. I’ve gone completely overboard and I’m pretty sure I’ve single handedly caused a local butter shortage. I made this eggnog fudge. I made these coconut lime bars. I made this peppermint mocha cake. I made homemade poptarts. I made these chocolate crinkles. I made these linzer cookies. I made these cowboys cookies. I made these pistachio orange cookies. I made these pignoli cookies. You just got a cavity reading that. I also made these gluten free oatmeal cookies. Look down…

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5 years ago
lizeckel

Blueberry Pancakes: Vegan and Grain-Free

This is a very special, very messy breakfast…this pancake recipe was inspired by the great Ricki, from Diet, Dessert and Dogs. Her original recipe was for lemony pancakes, but i was feeling the almond/blueberry pairing this morning. I made a few modifications to use what I had up, and voila! A beautiful double-stack of pancakes adorned our table! I was so thrilled about them, I forgot to photograph them before I started to gobble them up.

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6 years ago
Judy

Lemon Poppy Seed Cupcakes 2-Ways: Gluten-Free & Lactose-Free

While planning the menu for the bridal shower I was hosting, I used a couple of different recipes to accommodate those gluten-free and lactose intolerant guests. (I am reluctant to describe guests by their food sensitivities, but using their names on-line is even less appealing.) Lemon Poppy Seed Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting anchored the dessert table at the request of the Bride-to-Be. I was thrilled to see Meyer lemons already available in stores and picked up the first of the season.

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6 years ago
Alexa Marsden

Thai Peanut Rice

Unimpressed by store-bought gluten-free pasta, which was mushy and tasteless, I was forced to contemplate further alternatives for my pasta dishes. “Rice noodles?” thought I, and then, “But the ones at the store are made with eggs… hrm. Rice noodles.” … Why not rice? I felt crazy to think it, crazy to venture into the kitchen today intent on making peanut butter rice… but, it worked! Dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free… but still creamy and delicious. Feel free to add peas, peppers, whatever other veggies you…

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6 years ago
glutenfreezen

Gluten Free Croutons

Croutons. Might seem like a simple little thing to most people but to the gluten-intolerant even the little things can sometimes be a big thorn in their side. There are so many things people with gluten intolerance think they have to live without. Well, I’m here to prove them wrong. I hear it all the time…the whining, the complaining, the “poor me” attitude, even the tears. I do feel for them at first, but if I run into someone who is gluten sensitive or has Celiac’s and it’s been a year or more…

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6 years ago
Carrol

Quinoa Raisin Cookies

A recipe post, FINALLY! As I promised earlier, here’s one of many recipes that I want to share. My all time favorite cookie is oatmeal raisin and I think that this version is a pretty decent alternative. It’s not grain free since it has quinoa in it but I think the quinoa lends more flavor than a boring oat. I have been using a basic cookie recipe and changing the add-ins based on the flavor I want and this came out of that.

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6 years ago
Sondi Bruner 6 years ago
Kait Nolan 6 years ago
madcap cupcake

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

A variation on my much loved Flourless Cashew Cookies, these simple, sweet and nutty cookies are not only vegan, but naturally gluten-free too – and as with their cashew cousins, there’s no added fat. With only five simple ingredients, you’ll be whipping up these toothsome temptations in no time at all and seeing them disappear even faster than that. Who needs cholesterol-laden eggs and arterie-clogging added fats to hold cookies together?

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6 years ago
Judy

Buttermilk Pancakes [Gluten-Free]

Our daughter decided to avoid gluten and sugar for a month to support a friend doing the same thing. Within the first week, she noticed she didn’t feel fatigued as she had, yet dreading the idea this may be a new way of life for her. Flipping through the latest issue of Fine Cooking, a beautiful photo of Gluten-Free Buttermilk Pancakes caught my attention and since I want to support her desire to live healthier, I was set to try them. Folks, they are delicious. Really.

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6 years ago