Found this while looking for "fun" Super Bowl food for my teenage celiac...they were gobbled up by all of the teens, not just the GF kid. Wicked easy to make...my new go-to when the boys come here after school.
Lilli & I LOVE Ingrid Michaelson. So when we saw a recipe that she had in the newspaper, we had to try it out. While flourless cakes are tricky at altitude, we thought it was yummy. Ingrid herself called it a "lump of brown nothingness." If the looks turn people off, it just means all the more for you...
OK, I am THAT mom, the one that sneaks things like zucchini into chocolate cake. While I got a split second of "you did what??" when I told the kids there was a veggie in their chocolate cake, they didn't hesitate too long before they continued inhaling it. So here you go...
NOT gluten-free, but I'm working on that. A family favorite, I give my GF son some of his gluten-free pumpkin bread with the caramel sauce when we have this dish.
In a pinch, I used evaporated milk instead of half & half, seemed to be just as good.
Another recipe I have "de-glutened" for my son...a yummy way for us to celebrate Autumn. I found that this particular bread batter bakes better in the small (disposable) foil loaf pans rather than regular sized loaf pans. The perfect gift for neighbors, teachers, friends.
I live in the Mile High City, so those not at altitude might need to tweak the leavening (baking soda, baking powder, salt) a bit.
My son has celiac disease. I have slowly experimented with his favorite recipes to create gluten-free versions that are also yummy enough for the non-celiacs to enjoy. This banana bread is extremely close to the original. Everyone gobbles it up, despite the pecans, which I add for a little extra nutrition.
Yet another yummy recipe that I de-glutened, so our whole family can enjoy. These are especially good as the sandwich of ice cream sandwiches, with either ginger, vanilla or cinnamon ice cream in them.
My son, Peter, really misses his "glutened" cookies. These are easy to make (for an 8 year old) and makes life without gluten a little bit easier. Megan, my baking friend-extraordinaire, gave me the recipe, and I wanted to share it with the rest of my family & friends who always ask "What can I make for Peter?"
My son has celiac disease & I try very hard to get versions of his favorite foods in gluten free versions. This recipe is actually a conglomeration of several recipes I have tried & is usually more popular than the "glutened" versions at events I take it to.
My son has celiac disease & one of his favorite summer foods is pasta salad. So, I've tweaked one of my favorite pasta salad recipes, so he can enjoy it too. The beauty of this recipe is its infinite possibilities. I never make it the same way twice. In this recipe, I've listed all of the add-ins I've used (never all at once), but feel free to make it your own. Many non-GF friends have asked for the recipe, so here it is...
I HATE mayonnaise. In every single potato salad I've seen at summer potlucks, they all have more than too much mayo. So, I took a "French" potato salad recipe from the Joy of Cooking & personalized it. Not a bit of mayo in here at all...
I usually double the recipe, we eat it warm right away and chilled for the next day or so. I don't love olive oil when it's chilled, so I usually let the salad sit at room temperature for a bit until the viniagrette warms to a normal consistency.
We bought too much produce at the farmers' market, had to come up with a way to use some peaches & raspberries in their short life span. I found a good gluten-free (and egg-free) recipe for raspberry muffins & just customized it. (Much of the customization was due to a lack of baking supplies in the house...)
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