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    This is tasty and yet good for you. I love summer squash. I adapted this but I can't remember where I found the recipe.

    Recipe #210839

    I thought this sounded pretty good, make with mild tasting white fish.

    Recipe #210837

    I've reduced the sugar and adapted the flours to make this gluten free.

    Recipe #210835

    I was craving stuffed cabbage leaves so I called mom and got her recipe, then changed the tomato sauce to marinara sauce for a little difference.

    Recipe #210834

    Another gluten free recipe. Corn starch and corn meal make a nice flour replacement.

    Recipe #210833

    I love custard and this is pretty good. Again, it's been adapted to make sure there's no additives or modified food starch in it.

    Recipe #210831

    I adapted this for my celiac diet and my diabetic diet. I hope you like it as much as I do.

    Recipe #210832

    I adapted this to make it more friendly to my diabetic diet. It has no modified food starch in it, which is a big plus.

    Recipe #210829

    I adapted a recipe to make it lower sugar and gluten free.

    Recipe #210828

    I had to adapt this recipe because I found out I can't have wheat flour any more. These are tasty and delicious. This is my favorite way to eat squash. It's adapted from a recipe I found here on the 'zaar.

    Recipe #210827

    These are gluten free and very simple to make. I always use liquid stevia in my recipes because it's better for you and good for your stomach.

    Recipe #210824

    Adapted for diabetics from the 'new' diabetic cookbook published in 1994

    Recipe #210821

    I don't remember where I found this recipe but I lightened it up using stevia. 1 Tbsp stevia equals 1 cup sugar or sugar substitute equivalent. This tastes great using toffee flavored liquid. The orange zest adds a nice difference.

    Recipe #210820

    I love Chilaquiles. This is an easier way to make them. The sauce is the key to this recipe. Don't use a canned sauce or it won't taste right.

    Recipe #202602

    After reading a Paul Kirk book on bbq sauces, I came up with this piquant little number. I used hot chinese mustard instead of soy sauce. This cooks for a long, long time, so it's a good recipe to stick in the oven on a lazy Saturday. You could also use a crock pot.

    Recipe #191961

    I got this recipe from my mom and added things to it that I like. Fast and easy.

    Recipe #191698

    Light and gluten free, adapted from allrecipes.com. I took the sugar out because I don't like sweet cornbread and added some spices. This has a nice soft texture and goes well with my crockpot corny chili.

    Recipe #189987

    I like to make my chili with a little cornmeal in it, it thickens up the chili and gives it a nice flavor

    Recipe #189985

    I took a couple of my recipes, combined them and added some good stuff. This is very filling and is wheat free. This takes a little while to fix, but it is very simple because you can use a slow cooker to fix the chili and the shells are best whipped up in a blender.

    Recipe #189792

    I found out I am sensitive to gluten and had a craving for a nice, rich lasagna. Fortunately for me, there's a good health food store in town and they carry lots of gluten-free products. I used DeBoles rice lasagna noodles and found I liked the taste better than wheat noodles. It was very filling and satisfying. Enjoy!

    Recipe #187843

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