This is a gluten free pie crust recipe that I got when I attended a gluten free cooking class put on by my local grocery store. A lady that I work with who is an excellent pie baker said that this crust was very good. She had no idea that it was gluten free. I use recipe #289608 for my flour mix. Makes a two crust pie or two single pie crusts. Cook time is for a baked pie shell. Refrigeration time not included.
Other than the fruit, the sugar content of this recipe is very low. You may use either fresh or frozen fruit. If you use frozen fruit, it does not need to be thawed. If you don't have a tart pan use a 9" round cake pan.
This is a remake of my recipe #290137. I had purchased a container of spinach to make the soup recipe for an iron chef competition at work. I ended up not participating because there was a conflict. I didn't want to throw away the spinach and it was too hot for soup, so I came up with this one-dish meal. It was very filling and low-fat. I calculated this on the WW website and it's 4 points per serving.
In my quest to lose weight and keep it off, I've been eating a lot of salad. I usually eat it twice a day which means I have to vary my salad dressing to keep from getting bored. I found this recipe on www.mizfrogspad.com and have altered it slightly to fit my taste. This recipe will fit into the WW Core Plan or counts as "0" points on the Flex Plan. Makes about 1 cup = serving size equals 2 tablespoons.
Had some left over pork and was planning on making pork chop suey, but we had rice for the last two nights so I decided to make pork lo mein, but none of the recipes on Zaar really fit the ingredients that I had so I came up with this which is a variation of a couple of recipes I found here. My daughter thought it was great. Hope you enjoy it.
I got this recipe at a gluten-free cooking class that our local grocery store put on. This is a recipe from the Chef that taught the class got from her grandmother. This would also be good spread on a plate and topped with cocktail sauce. Cooking time does not include overnight chilling time.
One of the things I've missed the most since going gluten-free (and yeast free) is pizza. I've tried so many crust recipes and none of them are worth making a second time. I found this recipe (really just a technique) for making waffle pizzas on Glutenfreeda.com. The great thing is that I can have pizza anytime I want as long as I have waffles in the freezer. I've just listed the ingredients and no amounts as these can be made with whatever toppings you desire.
This recipe comes from "The Good Carb Cookbook" by Sandra Woodruff, M.S., R.D. Depending on how hot I want it, I sometimes use tomatoes w/green chiles instead of regular tomatoes. This is another one of those recipes that I can make most anytime because I usually have everything on hand.
Ever since I purchased my first bag of Pamela's Ultimate Baking & Pancake Mix, I've been baking like crazy! I haven't had waffles since I was diagnosed with a wheat allergy about four years ago. These waffles were wonderful! Hope you enjoy them as much as I did!
I came up with this recipe when I was trying to decide what kind of soup I wanted to take to my mom for dinner after she had some medical tests done. I had made a lentil soup for us out of a mix and was trying to make a similar soup for mom and her husband. What I got was great and much better than the mix. Go figure!!