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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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    Choc-chip muffins free from gluten, dairy and egg, and they're vegan too ! * Tip - If using paper pans, brush or spray the inside of them with oil first so that you don't leave half the muffin behind on the paper.

    Recipe #147281

    Delicious blueberry muffins free from gluten, dairy and egg. * Tip - If you dust the blueberries with a little GF flour they won't sink to the bottom. * Tip - If using paper pans, brush or spray the inside of them with oil first so that you don't leave half the muffin behind on the paper.

    Recipe #147280

    I thought I would post this, as none of the Zaar shortbread recipes show up under GF. This recipe comes from the Chelsea Sugar website, as they are now using maize cornflour for their icing sugar base. Any GF icing sugar will do.

    Recipe #146773

    Adapted from The Food Allergy Cookbook Found this for my friends who need gluten free dessert! I'm guessing at the servings because none was stated. This is an updated review by DreamoBway. She has an excellent other use for this dough --- UPDATE from DreamoBway: "I tried making these in mini muffin tins, hollowed out a little well, and filled them with pecan tassy filling. I also upped the cooking temp to 350 and they browned beautifully. It was a successful experiment! UPDATE(12/15/09) new use for cookies from ukichix -" I think this would work well as a GF crumb crust... bake 1 large cookie in a 8x8 pan, then "crumb" it up, add some cornflake crumbs and prepare a crumb base. I will try and repost the results! revision: pressed the entire recipe into a 9x13 pan and baked for 30 mins (until golden on the edges), let cool - and "crumbed". Used 1/2 of these crumbs and 1/2 cornflake crumbs, with some sugar and melted butter to prepare a GF like Graham Cracker Crust with was sweet and soft. Perfect for Crumb Crust desserts."

    Recipe #146414

    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 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

    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

    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

    This is from enabling.org. I have not personally tried this recipe yet.

    Recipe #112816

    Are you a Celiac? Do you crave that apple pie your grandma used to make? Well, here it is--a big thick apple pie with a crumbly top and flakey crust! You won't believe that it is really gluten free and the whole family will enjoy it! Serve with a scoop of Blue Bell Vanilla Bean Ice Cream!

    Recipe #105376

    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

    Its quick easy and delicious and no one can tell its Gluten Free!

    Recipe #86139

    From 'Friendly Food Recipes for Life' by Royal Prince Albert Hospital Allergy Unit. Potato will discolour if left to stand for too long.After grating, dry well with paper towels.

    Recipe #148299

    This is a recipe from Friendly Food Recipes for Life by Royal Prince Albert Hospital Allergy Unit. This dough produces a very acceptable bread roll. It has a bagel-like crust and chewy texture. Potato rolls can be frozen. Wrape them in foil to reheat in oven. Original recipe did not give a quanity for salt, so not sure if this is the correct amount.

    Recipe #148298

    This is an excellent gluten and dairy free dish that is easy to make and can be frozen and reheated.

    Recipe #136100

    Easy and different. From Laria Tabul.

    Recipe #135771

    Jo-Ann Garcia's answer to the regular biscuit! Light and tasty, you can add herbs to it to give it some more flair. I used these to top a gluten-free turkey pot pie! Very nice!

    Recipe #135154

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

    Recipe #135009

    I'm staying away from wheat, but wanted a nice white sauce. All the others I have seen were thin or too sweet. This one is rich, creamy, and has a great flavor. Replaces white sauce in casseroles and tetrazzinis. Can be used as a base for cream of mushroom soup, too. Add spices you want to create the flavor you need. All spices listed are optional--I use this as the sauce for my chicken and rice bake.

    Recipe #134473

    I made this up tonight, since we can't have wheat in our diet, and I wanted to leave out as much dairy as possible. It tastes exactly like my usual tetrazzini, and has a great creamy texture and great flavor. You probably won't even notice the difference! The liquid measures are a guess, since I didn't get an exact volume. You can sub chicken, too, if you like.

    Recipe #133652

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