Based on the Sesame Pasta Chicken Salad recipe from Allrecipes. I replaced the chicken in the original recipe with cabbage and use coconut sugar for an extra bit of flavor... this is a hit wherever I take it, especially with my vegan friends! I think this tastes better prepared the day before.
This started as a peanut butter granola bar recipe, and I've since tweaked it to our tastes. I love the almond flavor these have and the cherries are a great pop! I use part old-fashioned oats and part quick oats because I think the texture is better.
Modified from Alton Brown's recipe. I made this for my daughter this Thanksgiving, and it was a hit with even the family members who don't have food allergies. This isn't your normal pumpkin pie... it really highlights the natural flavor of the pumpkin, and though you can definitely taste the coconut, I think the flavors complement each other well. You can add some cinnamon and cloves to the custard to get a more traditional flavor!
Modified from the recipe by Ruth Grube, these are some tasty muffins! My daughter is allergic to dairy, soy and gluten and these are a great treat for her. I like this combination of flours because rice flour tends to dry out baked goods while quinoa flour makes them more moist... keep this in mind if you plan to substitute other flours! If you can't find quinoa flour, you can make some by grinding whole quinoa seeds in a food processor or coffee grinder, just make sure to clean the grinder first. These could easily be made vegan by replacing the eggs and using vegan sugar!
These tasty treats are something like tamales in their construction (not their taste!) and are great for on-the-go snacking or as a dessert. Don't let the prep time scare you... most of it is soaking time.
My dad bought these for me as a special treat from our favorite Laotian restaurant when I was younger, and when I ventured out on my own I tried making them myself. I went through several recipes I found online with no success... I couldn't get the rice as glutinous and soft as the ones from the restaurant! Eventually I broke down and asked the owner what the secret was: cook the rice beforehand, and cook it again with the "sauce" to really get the gluten going. I've made this countless times since, and it's perfect!
A simple tortellini salad with veggies and a vinaigrette dressing. Simple, and tastes great warm or cold!
I got this recipe from a former roommate, and we used to eat it pretty much weekly. This keeps well in the refrigerator, but you can eat it right away too. The feta cheese adds a nice punch, but the mozzarella makes for a more comfort-food feel; try both if you'd like! This is great as a meal in itself or as a side dish.
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