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    1 Reviews |  By Chirie

    My steamer was already in use one day when I wanted to cook asparagus for dinner, and since necessity is the mother of invention and I am basically a lazy cook I came up with this and it is the way I usually cook asparagus now.Super quick and simple. I use clarified butter as I am lactose intolerant but I seem to be able to use the fat part of butter and get the flavour but not the sugars.I prefer the flavour of butter but you could use just about any kind of oil or even bacon fat.

    Recipe #298888

    My family loves mac and cheese but since I have found out I am allergic to wheat I have not had much success with it until I came up with this recipe.I have written it out for a family but since my kids have left home now I split it into 2 casseroles and freeze one in a freezer to oven casserole and just take it out of the freezer and pop it into a cold oven. Turn on to 350°F for about 30 minutes and dinners ready.

    Recipe #298059

    My granddaughters love pancakes and I have been at a loss for a recipe for them that they like but I can eat too, so today I tried something new. I used recipe #294223 Gluten Free Dairy Free Muffin Mix flour mixture which is one I always keep in my cupboard. Made some adjustments from the muffin mix and came up with the following that the grandkids loved and didn't even know the difference. Now we can all have our Sunday morning favorite again. I don't think ricemilk would work very well in this recipe though.

    Recipe #295537

    1 Reviews |  By Chirie

    Great mix to have on hand to make up a quick batch of fresh baked muffins and you can use just about any mix of dried fruit and nuts to make great moist Breakfast Muffins.They freeze well and are great for travel snacks as well.

    Recipe #294223

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