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    Mac n' cheese was one of my favourite dishes before I had to go GF (gluten-free) and DF (dairy free). So, for Valentines Day, my boyfriend and I decided to make some that we could both enjoy (he doesn't have food restrictions)! I took 3 recipes, combined and tweaked them and we were pretty happy with the results (he ate more than I ever saw him eat, and I continued eating even after I felt full because it was so yummy), so here is the recipe to share with the world. The servings are based on a meal with minimal side dishes.

    Recipe #495575

    I wanted to give oat cookies to my BF for Christmas, and I wanted them to be made like the ones I ate as a child. Homemade cookies is something I can't envision family life without, but he almost never had them in his life! Unfortunately, when I was ready to bake I realized that our 30 year-old recipe was lost. So my father and I looked on the internet and found similar recipes, that I combined and tweaked until it seemed right. The result was amazing : since I'm celiac and allergic to milk I couldn't eat it but my father and BF called them the best they ever had. I'm posting it exactly as I made it, but you can adjust it a bit to suit your liking. Most of the recipe is written by weight for precision and easy ingredient conversion.

    Recipe #492402

    This is my all-purpose gluten-free flour, but actually it is NOT an all-purpose flour. It is a flour with a particular taste and texture, moist and dense, with lots of fiber and protein. It suits very well recipes with other flavorful ingredients such as molasses, spices, chocolate, carrots, zucchini, bananas. Also, this recipe goes by weight and is also measured with a scale when used in recipes. I strongly recommend that you buy an electronic scale with a precision of 1 gram if your ever intend to become serious in GF baking. Substitution of wheat flour for gluten-free flour in any recipe is by weight. You use the exact same weight of GF as you would for wheat. Since the volume per weight of every flour is different, it is not possible to substitute easily based on volume. All-purpose wheat flour weighs 4 ounces for every imperial cup. Additional precisions on weight/volume conversions can ben easily found on Google by typing "Weight/volume conversion flour".

    Recipe #483722

    This is a very versatile spice rub for any meat you'd like to roast : pork, beef, poultry, or even tofu steaks for vegan people. The coriander in the recipe gives a touch of freshness that balances the sweetness, saltyness and spicyness of the other ingredients. It is good on steaks, roasts, grilled or broiled meat. This recipe requires a spice grinder, but if you don't have one, you can use store bought ground spices.

    Recipe #468848

    I saw a couple "Neiman Marcus Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe" on this website, but none was the real thing. Actually, the original can be found on Neiman Marcus' own website. I am copy/pasting it here, for the sake of exactitude.

    Recipe #425192

    I wanted a banana bread that was not flour and sugar with bananas, but more like... bananas with flour and sugar. So I searched and calculated the amounts of bananas in various recipes, and finally I found one that I was quite satisfied with (but I still modified it, I'm really not one for the usual "2 parts white flour + 1 part white sugar + 1 part butter"). This has a really dense and heavy texture. Though it is made in a cake pan, it is definitely not cakelike, and is more of a breakfast than a dessert.

    Recipe #423099

    I don't like granola, I often find it bland, dry and boring. But this recipe, my variation on the granola recipe from Joy of Cooking, 75th anniversary edition, suits so much my taste that I often find myself eating more without even thinking about it. A delicious and easy way to add fiber, lots of nutrients and diversified fatty acids such as Omega-3 to a diet, because you can munch on it anytime that suits you. Oh, and you can modify it, if you prefer some kinds of nuts, seeds, fruit or grains. You could also, when it has cooled a little, add dark chocolate chips or carob chips. Can easily be made gluten-free by using GF flakes. Can be made vegan by using another sweetener, like agave or maple syrup. Some of the ingredients below can be hard to find in regular grocery stores, but are a common staple in health food stores.

    Recipe #422955

    This is a flavorful, vegan, healthy and non-stimulating alternative to regular brownies, thus making them adequate to serve to your 9-year old after supper, without worrying about the running all over the house. This is a lightly modified version of Whole Wheat Carob Brownies by Chef #236857 . The texture is somewhat cakelike, but they melt in the mouth. Also, don't expect a date taste, since it is quite overpowered by the strong carob flavor. Instead of flavor, the dates provide here some creamy brown sweeteness, more delicate than other sweeteners. And they are quite economical, too.

    Recipe #402276

    This is my highly modified version of Carrot Cake by Making Stuff. I loved it the day after it was cooked, I don't recommend eating it without waiting 6-12 hours. In fact, If you can wait a couple days, it would be just perfect. The texture and the flavors really benefit from waiting. This cake has a Queen Elizabeth Cake-like texture, because of the dates and coconut. It is quite dense and creamy on the inside, with a nice crunch on the edges. For the spice measures in this recipe : I went by eye, knowing the strenght of the spices I am used to use. These measures are approximate, and feel free to experiment to suit your own preferences. This cake keeps well in an airtight container in the fridge. The preparation time includes the hand-grating of the carrots and the hand-chopping of the dates.

    Recipe #402112

    Are you one of those people who like sweets but often find them just TOO sweet? If you are, then you will like those cookies. This was originally the so-called $250 Neiman Marcus Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe, but I modified it to be less sweet and healthier. Honestly, I cut out the sweet things from these cookies by about a half and got told that these cookies were "better than Subway's" and even "the best in the world" (thought that might've been a little subjective). There are many ways to make this recipe, with or without chilling the dough, and many hours of fun experimentation for you to find your favorite way of making them . So try these out and enjoy!

    Recipe #400482

    This is a highly modified version of Old Fashioned Ginger Cakes by Rachel-Snachel . It is interesting because it uses no milk or eggs, and is devoid of refined sugar. This recipe's flavours are equilibrated for Blackstrap molasses, if you use regular molasses you might have to reduce the spices. This is a very nutritious, flavorful and comforting recipe on cold winter nights.

    Recipe #400320


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