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    Wheat-Free and Gluten-Free Goodies

    I don't have gluten allergies, but I do have a wheat sensitivity. Cutting pasta and bread out of my diet was incredibly difficult, but I feel much better. Gluten-free and wheat-free baked goods do take some getting used to, but they are great for anyone wanting to get wheat out of their diet.
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    Not just for the celiacs! I was skeptical, since the last recipe I tried was gritty, heavy and nasty. These are light, rich and absolutely perfect. I actually like these better than "regular" peanut butter cookies, and from a big fat Momma, that's saying something! Adapted from Catherine's recipe.

    Recipe #135725

    I got this recipe from "The Natural Gourmet" by Annemarie Colbin. I like to alternate the grains I use in cooking, so I liked the fact that this pie was wheat-free. It is also (for those keeping track) refined sugar free. At first I questioned the fact that the recipe tells you to use whole rolled oats, but it gives the finished product a rustic feel and taste that I personally enjoyed. Remember, use real maple syrup, not pancake syrup. And preferably use grade B syrup. I wasn't sure what to put for prep time, if you think you know, feel free, but a lot of the prep is done while other things are cooking.

    Recipe #78558

    3 Reviews |  By Roosie

    A nice wheat-free quickbread with lots of other healthy whole-grains. This could also be made as muffins. From "Cooking With The Right Side Of The Brain" by Vicki Rae Chelf.

    Recipe #97341

    Good gluten free flour from 'the gluten free pantry' that i use often and get quite sufficient results.

    Recipe #53741

    Recipe #97129

    This I found on another web site, and I wanted to share it with the rest of you because I have heard about the deadly gluten alergies that some people have, and I just don't think that there are enough recipes for them.

    Recipe #94546

    Gluten free, allergy failsafe (as per Sue Dengate's book to things like salicylates, amines, food dyes) and dairy free.

    Recipe #64259

    My next door neighbour has coeliac disease so I like to have gluten free ingredients in my pantry. Here is a cheese bread from the people at Breville.

    Recipe #53891

    This is a very easy, mild baked whitefish dish. Even my sons like it.

    Recipe #135009

    I made this tonight for Lila who LOVES mushroom sauce!!! I tried to copy the mushroom sauce from the restauraunt where Lila and I usually go and the taste of the sauce came out very similar!!!! so I want you to try my sauce with your favourite meat or seafood!!!

    Recipe #134382

    As close to the "real ones" you'll probably get!

    Recipe #130157

    I adapted this recipe to accommodate my child’s special diet. He loves them.

    Recipe #123822

    This is my son's favourite bread. He likes to eat it as soon as it's cooked or as toast the next day. It also makes an awesome salad sandwich. Various mehods of baking are given, choose a method that suits you.

    Recipe #122235

    I found this recipe in an old French cook book, it uses no flour (hence the gluten free) and its so delicious, that it just melts in the mouth. I've added a little more chocolate and less butter. Be warned no matter how much you make, you'll never have any left over! (**important**-gluten can be found in some cheaper brands of chocolate please check carefully)

    Recipe #118519

    9 Reviews |  By *Pixie*

    A light version of baked stuffed portobello mushrooms, suitable for Phase 1 of the South Beach diet and probably other diets as well. Submitted for Ready Set Cook Winter 2005. Note: spinach or mushroom haters should avoid this recipe.

    Recipe #116331

    7 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    Adapted from my More with Less Cookbook-but it doesn't mean less flavor! This is a light yet filling and delicious soup. My kids enjoy eating it with a straw!

    Recipe #123608

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