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Gluten Free Recipes

Barcelona Hot Chocolate

I have made this a few times and can’t get enough. It takes a few extra minutes than warming up a Swiss Miss, but trust me, its worth it. I can control the sugar by reducing it to 1/8 cup and make my own whipped cream since I’m not a fan of the tub stuff. …

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Roasted Broccoli and Bacon

Earlier this week, I talked a little about roasting vegetables for a quick way to get a wide variety of vegetables in my meals. One of my favorite vegetables for the oven is broccoli. Roasting brings out a unique sweet flavor that is often missed when steaming or boiling. When I added bacon to the …

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Apple Bacon Pork and Stuffing

I made this Cooking Light recipe couple of weeks ago and it was such a huge hit, I’ve made it twice since then. In fact, this gluten-free vegetable “stuffing” is extremely versatile for other dishes. I was in a hurry and it’s hot down here. Instead of cooking this in the oven, I sliced the …

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Sausage Cassoulet

It has been a while since I’ve posted a favorite recipe from Cooking Light! During the 30 days the grain-free plan, I stuck to easy-to-fix vegetables and stir fries, many of which came from Cooking Light. Unfortunately, I did not get near as many pictures and I just don’t think I can post a recipe …

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Roasted pork loin

My grandmother roasts a pork loin often when the family gets together. She usually heavily seasons the outside and lets it cook in the oven while we are all at Sunday worship services. This is not a childhood tradition, but more of a recent in the last 10 years type of tradition. She also makes …

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Garlic Fries

I have found hundreds of recipes designed around the lowly white potato and I honestly don’t think there is a bad one in the bunch. I could eat white potatoes with ice cream and think it’s better than whatever the Queen is serving across the pond. The white potato is the one thing that blocked …

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Gluten Free Broccoli Cheese Soup

  I’ve tried making several cream-based soups into a gluten free version with varied results. Potato flour is the best substitute for regular flour but the soup will have a potato flavor. While I do like a loaded potato with broccoli and cheese, this week I wanted the plain thick creamy broccoli cheese soup without …

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Pecan Pie-Gluten Free

I had no idea how this was going to work. I’ve always made my family recipe with the red box of refrigerated pie crust. That is out of the question now so I made my own crust. This is a challenge in 2 ways: Making my own crust and making it from a gluten-free mix …

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Burgers

They are back in my life, wearing buns. I got some Udi’s buns at Trader Joes last week. And they taste just like regular multi-grain buns. They toasted on the grill and made a perfect burger! I put the rest in freezer because they have a shorter shelf life than regular wheat flour buns. After …

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Gluten-Free Cornbread

As a born and raised Southern girl, my life usually includes cornbread whether it is baked in the oven or cooked on the stove during the hot months. I have many memories of my grandmothers using their iron skillets to whip up a batch of buttery cornbread and many nights with my hands and face …

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Prancing and pawing 2011

Busy day! I have no idea whose bright idea it was to go to walmart in the middle of the day on the busiest traveling day of the year, but she was stupid. But I needed a few things before a camping trip tonight, road trip tomorrow, shopping trip on Friday, and football drooling on …

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