This is adapted from a deep dish pizza crust recipe I found in the internet. The original recipe called for tapioca starch, but I have had success making this with corn starch and potato starch. It also called for shredded mozzarella, but I use whatever I have on hand.
For years I searched for a beef stew recipe that was like what my mother served when I was growing up and could never find one - didn't think to ask her! This is her recipe that was adapted from the Betty Crocker cookbook, that I have adapted to be gluten free. This tastes even better the second day.
At one point I had go dairy free and really missed ice cream and had trouble finding an "ice cream" that tasted good and didn't cost me a fortune. This still isn't exactly cheap, but I know exactly what's in it.
A recipe I found on a low carb website that I've altered to fit our tastes. Time to marinate is not included in cooking time. This chicken is great in the oven as it is written, but works equally well on the grill.
A recipe found on the internet (not sure where as it was saved in a word document) - modified from the original version. Makes the house smell like pumpkin pie and the brown sugar frosting is wonderful!
I love cinnamon rolls, but due to allergies to wheat and yeast, I don't bake them. This is a recipe I found on the Quaker Oats site Quaker Oats that I have converted to gluten free. Be sure to use gluten free oats. These taste like cinnamon rolls without all the work.
Muir Glen tomatoes are my favorite brand -- this is a recipe that I found on their website. The original recipe calls for 2 T of unsweetened baking cocoa, but my family is not big on chocolate flavor in savory dishes so feel free to use the entire amount. A very easy dinner for a busy night.
Not really sure where I got this recipe. I think I may have gotten it from a Weight Watchers website since the notes state that this would be a Core recipe using FF yogurt. Altered to fit our tastes and my allergies. Marinating time is not included in cooking time.
A recipe from Quick & Healthy II that I've changed up a bit. This is a very simple casserole that resembles lasagna without all the layering. Serve with a tossed salad. Also, very easy to convert to gluten free.
Mildly flavored grilled chicken that I found on the Living Without website. I used 12 boneless skinless chicken thighs. The recipe is adapted from the original version to conform to my food restrictions. Time does not include marinating time of 4 hours.
A recipe that I found on the label of Aidell's cajun style andouille sausage. If you can't find Aidell's sausage any pre-cooked sausage would work. Also, if you don't have red potatoes, you can use any that you have on hand (but it is better with red potatoes instead of white potatoes). This makes four hearty servings.
There are several recipes on here for Pumpkin Pie Cake, but none quite like this. The recipe comes from a lady at my church. We enjoyed it very much and hope you do to. It is written to be gluten free, but the original recipe was not.
Carrot cake without cream cheese frosting just isn't carrot cake. Due to an allergy to vegetable gum (xanthan gum), cream cheese is out of the question and mascarpone cheese is just too expensive. I needed to come up with a sub because the frosting in the can isn't that good. This recipe uses laughing cow cheese wedges and buttermilk to replace the cream cheese in the traditional recipe.