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    Gluten, Dairy and Egg free suitable recipes

    These recipes are to give some ideas as a starting point for gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free cooking. Where pasta is called for-substitute suitable gluten-free pasta. Butter-use a vegan margarine. Eggs -usa an egg replacer. Up to one cup of whet flour-use a gluten-free flour blend or a fine grind/asian style rice flour. Milk-use soy, nut milk, rice milk or lactose free milk (depending on what is suitable for your diet. For lactose free cheese- either a hard cheese like parmesan or tasty/matured cheese may be suitable eor use soy cheese.Powdered milk- use soy compound powder. Chocolate-use a vegan, dairy-free chocolate(eg "Sweet William" brand) or a suitable carob. Soy sauce-use gluten-free soy sauce or gluten-free tamari sauce. As always check all labels thoroughly every time you purchase a product. Speak with your doctor/health professional about your diet and your specific needs.
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    This will make quite a good all-purpose/general purpose gluten-free flour blend. The addition of the bean flour will increase the protein content of the flour. Any bean flour can be used- such as besan, chickpea, lentil or soy flour. The flour will not be white, as the bean flours are generally a lightly golden colour. Store for ready use in your recipes and add xanthan gum, guar gum or baking powder as required. This recipe is from the Australian Celiac Society's Handbook. The general recommended amounts of xanthan gum are 1/2 to 1 teaspoon for a cake, 1 teaspoon for a pastry recipe and 1 tablespoon for a bread recipe. Add the gum to your dry ingredients and mix well, prior to adding liquids.

    Recipe #256260

    Psyllium makes a suitable replacement for an egg when mixed with water. This egg replacer would be used in baked goods or as a binding ingredient- not suitable as scrambled eggs or the like. I've tried it in a cookie recipe and it worked out great. This 'recipe' is being posted by request. Psyllium can also be added with dry flour ingredients to add some extra fibre to a baked good, such as a muffin, or to provide some extra stability to gluten-free cooking. The following will replace one egg and has very little taste. I also add some psyllium to my rissole/burgers to add some binding to them.

    Recipe #257208

    This is a smooth healthy shake/smoothie that everyone could enjoy. Little Miss (DD) loves her to drink banana shakes/smoothies so I had to slightly modify this recipe for her to be able to enjoy it. I used a very ripe banana and didn’t have a fresh orange at home so I used orange juice. I used a hand held blender to pulp the ingredients together. Original recipe comes from 'The Little Book of Alcohol-Free Cocktails' by Hamlyn

    Recipe #217847

    Many recipes call for a 40 gram (1.4oz) packet of French onion soup mix or dry onion soup mix. This makes a great replacement. Can be made gluten-free with the addition of gluten-free stock powder or a gluten-free bouillon cube and gf cornflour (AUssies White Wings brand is suitable).

    Recipe #244204

    4 Reviews |  By HMS

    My husband's secret culinary talent surfaced when he made this for the kids. He describes the taste as "zippy."

    Recipe #43347

    I got this of the side of a flour packet as well, but my Mum made it the other night to put in our gluten free lasagne, and it was wonderfull

    Recipe #180853

    I make a mean marshmallow slice, and one day I thought I would just make the marshmallows. They turned out great.

    Recipe #180412

    Great for babies who don't tolerate dairy or who are vegan. Keeps in the fridge for 2-3 days.

    Recipe #52305

    This is a classic cheap puddin we grew up on, it also works well with pears in syrup

    Recipe #188620

    Dairy Free/Gluten Free. It's almost too simple to be so good!

    Recipe #204854

    Use in recipes calling for condensed milk

    Recipe #283419

    If you like popcorn and peanut butter, you are going to love this! These bars are great. Kids will love them, too! With only 4 ingredients you can't go wrong.

    Recipe #289829

    If you don’t have any cream soup on hand, (or maybe you just want to save money) try this—it’s great.

    Recipe #57287

    This marinade is great with chicken or chicken on skewers. It can be used in the fry pan or on a grill or BBQ You can marinate for 30 minutes or use straight away. Should be adequate marinade to coat 8-10 chicken skewers/kebabs. To make the marinade as gluten free-ensure the yogurt and spices used are gluten-free.

    Recipe #220044

    Playdough is always a favourite for children to play with, especially Aussie children. I remember having playdough as a child. If you have a celiac child it can be a problem when some children tend to taste their "creations". This is gluten free- so not a problem!

    Recipe #217430

    3 Reviews |  By Tish

    This is a great healthy alternative to the ones you buy at the store!

    Recipe #50330

    Quinoa makes a great gluten free hot breakfast /porridge. 5 to 10 minutes and it is ready.

    Recipe #235630

    One sure-fire way my children would eat cooked carrots. I made this up, but don't ask me how - the "why?" is because my children wouldn't eat cooked carrots at all. And who would blame them?

    Recipe #274755

    This is a light, refreshing salsa to serve with fish or chicken. It can stay good overnight one night, but that's about its limit. I rarely have to worry about leftovers, if there is any someone eats it as a salad.

    Recipe #92879

    An easy gluten-free alternative to pancakes. Can be used for sandwiches as well.

    Recipe #244931

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