Ever since I developed my gluten allergy, pies have been a real challenge. The filling wasn’t so much of a problem… put enough sugar in anything and the rest of the family will probably love it. The real tough nut to crack has always been the crust.
But, yucky tasting, gluten-free pie crusts have become a thing of my past… and my family loves it… even my husband.
An old-fashioned chocolate cake that treats your mouth to a memorable combination of sweet, tender cake, crunchy nuts and a bit of cinnamon, this recipe of my grandmother’s adapted well to using gluten-free flours.
Is quick and easy what you have time to cook, although healthy is what you need? Asparagus and slivered almonds in a wok or skillet will do all that and also taste great.
Here are some of my favorite places to find recipes online. Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom Allrecipes.com BettyCrocker.com — (enter “gluten free” in the search box) Epicurious.com Gluten-free Recipes and Tips FoodNetwork.com — (enter “gluten free” in the search box) Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef Gluten Intolerance Group MyRecipes.com — (Southern Living, Cooking Light, Coastal Living, Sunset, and others — enter “gluten free” in the search box) Red Star Yeast — (enter “gluten free” in the search box) Whole Foods Market — (check the “gluten free” box and press enter on this Advanced Recipe Search Page for hundreds of recipes to appear)
This traditional green bean dish is now gluten free so it can rejoin the favorites at your gluten-free holiday dinners again, and everyone can enjoy it.
Creamy mushroom sauce seasoned just right coats these green beans and, if you like, there’s an easy onion ring topper to contribute some savory crunch.