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    This came from a friend of mine during a recipe exchange. I amended it significantly to make it gluten and dairy free, but I think it still works! It's a super easy dinner recipe for your average night.

    Recipe #388419

    My grandmother made this at every family gathering when I was growing up, it was the only way she could get me to eat vegetables! It's always a favorite among picky children. The final product tastes a lot like a sweet potato pie, but we always used it as a side dish to a main meat dish (especially good with turkey or steak).

    Recipe #386699

    This recipe came from my husband's grandmother, and we modified it a little bit to make it gluten and dairy free. As a kid this was my husband's favorite meal, and he used to walk around singing a little song about it "5 Spice Beef and Rice, Cha Cha Cha!" The five spices are pepper, bay leaf, garlic, thyme and oregano. It's very easy to make, and a good dinner staple.

    Recipe #309594

    A sorority sister gave me this recipe as a "cooking for two" wedding gift. It's easy, and so tasty.

    Recipe #297139

    This recipe came from a woman in my book group who was breast feeding and was following a strict breastfeeding diet, low in processed sugars. The ingredients and easy to find (often not requiring an extra trip to the grocery store), and the recipe is very easy to make. Only tip is to eat them soon after coming out of the oven, or reheat them if you are eating them later. They are a little spongy. Otherwise, they are a great, healthy, gluten-free and dairy-free treat! In contrast to what bacon girl said, pure oats are indeed gluten-free. Check out the multiple articles on celiac.com http://www.celiac.com/categories/Celiac-Disease-and-Oats:-Are-They-Gluten%252dFree%3F/

    Recipe #297103

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