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Thread: Wanted: Gluten Free Recipes

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    Senior Member JusticeClan's Avatar
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    Red face Wanted: Gluten Free Recipes

    If anyone has any good gluten free recipes, can you share them with me?
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    Thanks so much.
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    Made this banana bread for my daughter - really good!
    http://www.musingsofahousewife.com/2...ana-bread.html
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    The banana bread looks great. There is also a gluten free website. The url is www.glutenfreeclub.com. Hope this helps. We have on GD that is 9 years old and has celiac disease and type 1 diabetes. Makes it very hard to feed her. Will definitely try Cris's recipe.

    mltquilt

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    Thanks Cris. I'll try it.

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    gluten free

    My husband decided he wanted to try eating gluten free for health reasons, even though he doesn't suffer from celiac disease. I found a great book at Barnes & Nobel, called Complete Idiot's Guide to Gluten Free Eating. It's a great book. I'm amazed at the amount of gluten free food at the supermarket.

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    Elizabeth hasselback on the VIEW recently released a book with many gluten free recipes. She made several of the recipes and shared with the show staff, all of them commented that you could not even tell they were gluten free foods. They did look very yummy.
    Kathy

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    Suggest you look for GF cookbooks by the late Bette Hagman - aka- The Gluten Free Gourmet. They are well worth the investment, you can occasionally find used copies.

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    Elizabeth Hasselbeck from the TV show The View has a new cookbook out that is all gluten free recipes.
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    My sister is on a gluten free diet. I was able to fix this when she came for a visit and she really liked it. We still fix this for the family and we don't have any diet restrictions.

    Flourless Chocolate Cake - from my friend Debbie

    (This cake is a cross between fudge and cake and is also good served with just ice cream. It can be frozen.)

    Cooking Spray
    1 Tblspn, cocoa powder
    cup butter, softened
    1 cup sugar (for cake)
    1 cup ground almonds
    8 oz semisweet chocolate, melted
    4 eggs, separated
    2 Tblspn. Sugar (for cream)
    1 cup whipping cream
    1 tspn. Vanilla extract
    2 cups strawberries

    1. Preheat oven to 350oF. Coat a 9-inch springform pan with cooking spray or butter and cocoa; shake off the excess cocoa.
    2. Beat butter until smooth. Add 1 cup sugar and beat until creamy. Add ground nuts, chocolate and egg yolks; beat thoroughly.
    3. Beat egg whites until soft peaks form. Stir one-third of egg whites into chocolate mixture. Gently fold in remaining egg whites.
    4. Scrape batter into prepared pan. Bake 35-45 minutes, until a toothpick inserted in center comes out nearly clean. Let cool in the pan 30 minutes, then release sides and slide onto a serving plate.
    5. Combine cream, vanilla and 2 Tblspn. Sugar; beat until soft peaks form. Top cake with cream and strawberries. Service 12.

    Donna

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    This is a crockpot blog & all the recipes are gluten free

    http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/

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    I had to find recipes for my granddaughters who are both allergic to egg and dairy, and I done a google search in the internet and there are hundreds of recipes to choose from just put in a subject ie cakes cookies etc. and is a big field. I also use my normal recipes and substitute egg replacement and fruit juice instead of milk. you could do the same but use gluten free flour etc. and the final product tastes the same as the original. I make them this way for the whole family and they cant taste the difference and 2 little girls can have the same as everyone else to eat.
    Enjoying the quilting after a year, and working out new designs and ideas,making quilts for my family and friends.

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    I am trying to send you a file. It is a large one. I hope it helps. I have found most recipes can be changed just by replacing gluten ingredients with gluten free. In Baked goods I did find I had to add something to moisturize. Rice flour can be dry.
    Lynda

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    Hi here is a great gluten free site -- http://www.dishingitglutenfree.blogspot.com/ -- it's my daughters and she is an amazing cook. She has 5 boys and just had her first little girl, so she has a big group to cook for. Enjoy her site, she has some great recipes.
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