Going Gluten-FreeFebruary 27, 2018

Johnson & Wales Culinary Program Voting Page

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I have had the privilege to try the Ice Cream sandwiches, including modifications to the recipe for different flavored cookies (ex. Chocolate, others) and other (vegan, lactose-free) Ice Cream flavors that Luna & Larry's Coconut Bliss produces, has from what Elizabeth DeNicola/Chef Dean Lavornia have presented here.

I must say the recipe with the Chocolate Cookie and Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream, as well as the above recipe) were amazing!

Note that all 4 students who have contributed to the article are, or have been members of the Sans-Gluten club at Johnson and Wales University.

(also note that the recipes, as the article states, are more specifically ** Gluten-Free recipes **, but may also have other beneficial factors such as lactose-free/vegan ingredients as per the products they were assigned to with. Substitutions can be made, but may also alter the quality/textures of the recipes, etc.).

Posted by: jdenicol99 | February 10, 2017 3:45 PM    Report this comment

Love the chili and cornbread. I can't use any sweeteners except Stevia, and agave is another form of high fructose syrup. So I didn't try the others. Its just easier to go without sweets, period.

Cold winter, perfect time for the chili an cornbread. Joyce

Posted by: Joyce Montana | February 5, 2017 12:22 PM    Report this comment

I like the idea of roasted corn in the Cornbread Muffins. It gives the flavor that extra "kick'. Reminds me of toasting nuts in a recipe. This process always gives a "WOW" to any recipe.

Posted by: msg@oc | February 4, 2017 2:10 PM    Report this comment

I like the sunflower nougats because they use agave for most of the sweetener. I don't use coconut in anything because my daughter is allergic to all tree nuts, including coconut. She cannot use the oils from tree nuts, either. without having an asthma attack. My son is not allergic to coconut, he just does not like the taste and is very sensitive to the taste; he can taste it in any food. I am sensitive to gluten and diabetic. Baking and meals for my family demands creativity and substitutions. When cooking for my mother-in-law, I have to add restrictions on fiber and Vitamin K. This is one reason I like Gluten Free and More. Mom can't have sunflower seeds (too much fiber), but the rest of us can.

Posted by: Katylyn | February 3, 2017 9:01 PM    Report this comment

I can't wait try this recipe. I already have a great corn muffin recipe, can't eat chili, but one ounds awesome.

Posted by: xxstchma | February 3, 2017 7:52 PM    Report this comment

I agree with so many others. Too much sugar even though the recipes sounded delicious. In addition to Celiac Disease, I am allergic to dairy. So many recipes use butter or milk. If there could be substitutes included for the various recipes it would be very helpful. Best wishes to all the entrants. I would vote for the Chili recipe.

Posted by: Grandma Linda | February 3, 2017 3:29 PM    Report this comment

Like most of the other people who have posted. I'm staying away from too much sugar (especially the over-processed types) The chili recipe has ingredients unavailable to me, at this time, in my part of Canada. I would use any of these recipes as a starting point, and make it my own. with tweaks and small changes (like using almonds instead of sunflower seeds). The idea of roasting the corn before including in the muffins caught my attention. Good luck to the chefs in their endeavours.

Posted by: VickifromComox | January 16, 2017 10:38 AM    Report this comment

It was a difficult choice, as for the recipes all contain additional ingredients that I am allergic to or have to avoid for other medical reasons. I was glad to see the corn bread gave a egg free version.

It would nice to see if the students can create recipes avoiding the top 8 allergens.

Posted by: ASK7 | January 16, 2017 9:31 AM    Report this comment

I prefer savory foods and recipes over sweet ones and three of the recipes were loaded with sugar which I try to avoid as much as possible. I love corn bread but NOT with sugar in it!! I love spicy foods so my vote is for the chili with green chile crema.

Posted by: Mama B | January 14, 2017 3:46 PM    Report this comment

Thank you for the new recipes.

Posted by: pjandjc | January 14, 2017 12:20 PM    Report this comment


Posted by: MARCILOVE | January 14, 2017 11:04 AM    Report this comment

Picked the chili way too much sugar for heathy eating in the rest of the recipes

Posted by: Melus | January 14, 2017 10:48 AM    Report this comment

I love anything pumpkin and this would be a wonderful addition to a dessert year round!

Posted by: plautumn | January 13, 2017 5:49 PM    Report this comment

The chilli recipe sounds absolutely delicious, so it got my vote. Since I am a vegetarian, I especially appreciate the fact that this chilli is meatless. The other three recipes seemed rather mundane, and the ingredient lists called for ingredients that are difficult to find, as well as expensive. Also, I absolutely can't stand cocoanut, which is ubiquitous in "health" recipes these days. I would love it if someone would come up with clever and tastier substitutes. ;-)

Posted by: burdlady4552 | January 13, 2017 5:43 PM    Report this comment

I was torn between the nougats and the ice cream sandwiches. I already have awesome recipes for chili and cornbread--but have been looking for a chewy dessert, so the nougats is was, and seems pretty easy to make. I may even try almonds/almond butter.

Posted by: granbubba | January 13, 2017 3:21 PM    Report this comment

I think this recipe looks interesting and would be one my family like.

Jo, TX 1/13/17

Posted by: 85apron | January 13, 2017 3:20 PM    Report this comment

I don't like sweet potatoes in ANY form so the Chili Recipe was out from the get go. I love pumpkin seeds but dont like actual pumpkin so no go on that recipe. I make corn bread/muffins the way my grandmother taught me so I don't need a corn bread recipe. So the Sunflower seed snacks were the ones I voted for also they looked and sounded delicious and easy to make.

Posted by: tntinker | January 13, 2017 3:17 PM    Report this comment

I think the chili and the cornbread go well together, but I would really love this chili. Also, I use Amy's products frequently and I was not aware of a burger that is gluten free. I went to the website for Amy's and found there are some, but not all are GF. I would suggest this recipe specify which veggie burger to use, or caution in the recipe to check for gluten free status.

Posted by: Grandma Mary | January 13, 2017 2:37 PM    Report this comment

I like to make recipes that use normal ingredients that we all have in our kitchens and that are healthier options.

Posted by: honedu | January 13, 2017 2:26 PM    Report this comment

I prefer recipes with ALOT less sugar. I also prefer to use natural sweeteners like coconut sugar, honey, maple syrup, coconut nectar or even bananas or apple sauce. Too much sugar can be very harmful to our health and it's unnecessary.

Posted by: susan_az | January 13, 2017 1:10 PM    Report this comment

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