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    Most of the time I bake with healthy, natural ingredients and sugars. Not for this. Delicious and perfect to satisfy those who (a) love peanut butter or (b) love candy or (c) love both. I'm of the "c" category. Cooking time is cooling time.

    Recipe #404881

    A glaze of seasonal apple cider complements an amazingly simple dish. Perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas, highlighting fresh, local ingredients.

    Recipe #394665

    Caramelized onions are rich and flavourful, then stirred with white beans, letting the flavours meld. Garlic is sauteed with chard, then it is all tossed together. If you are making a few dishes, this is a great one to add because as it sits at room temperature, the flavours come together more and more, and it tastes great warm, hot, or cold.

    Recipe #346441

    A delicious carrot cake that is free of gluten and casein, but also lower in sugar and fat than most recipes. Can be made vegan with egg-replacer instead of eggs. Top with your favourite icing, or a sprinking of icing sugar. I often use more pineapple, and mix it with cinnamon and raisins, and make a warm glaze before serving. Simply double the recipe for a two-tiered version.

    Recipe #302989

    Brownies like they should be, without any gluten or casein. This is my standby, easy-as-pie brownie recipe, that is really easy to add anything you like into. I use a mix of Bob's All Purpose Gluten-free blend and a little starch for the total of 1/2 c. gluten-free flour. I've made these vegan with egg-replacer.

    Recipe #301866

    A delicious vegan fudge that you can't tell the difference. Feel free to add nuts, marshmallows, raisins, cranberries and other dried fruit, and anything else you might like at the end, before you put it in the pans. Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #275543

    I tweaked my bread recipe to make these. I've made them with success more than without (once or twice they fell afterwards). I think it was because I undercooked them a bit, and then didn't really realize it until after they were cooling on the rack. They are yeast free as my yeast was dead and I wanted a good bun, and it worked fine without. I'm sure they'd make great rolls, too! I often add in some garlic powder and Italian seasoning, and serve with meatball subs or italian sausage.

    Recipe #206269

    A delicious simple stirfry - and gorgeously coloured, to boot! You can use oranges instead of tangerines. Serve on rice noodles or rice, if desired. Add onions and garlic if you'd like (I never do because I'm allergic).

    Recipe #206108

    You can alter the amounts for your taste, however, this warm winter-y stew has a delicious combination filled with the components of a balanced meal. Add onions or garlic - I leave them out because I am allergic.

    Recipe #206085

    Yummy and warm and comfy and cozy and all that good wintery stuff.

    Recipe #206082

    Extremely crunchy chicken fingers, free of gluten and casein. To make 'vegan', use tofu for the chicken and soy-mayo for the egg. Use any flour combination. For the cereal, I used Mesa Sunrise.

    Recipe #205966

    Homemade crackers. My family says that they taste just like "Breton" crackers. Below, I actually used more starch and less flour combination (still totaling 3/4 cup). I also didn't really measure the Italian seasoning or garlic powder.

    Recipe #205782

    My own recipe - and my first gluten-free creation. I love them! You might want to add more sugar - I don't like things too sweet. I also use more spices.

    Recipe #195460

    2 hours until ready! Serve with ice cream, on cake... or as is.

    Recipe #192381

    my split-pea soup when i had no split peas in the pantry. nice in the crockpot

    Recipe #191042

    Recipe #191040

    a warm favourite from the past, re-made for the restricted diet.

    Recipe #191039

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