This delicious recipe is loaded with flavor and nutrients for a nourishing side dish. If you don't have garlic-flavor coconut oil, use regular coconut oil or butter. You can replace toasted hemp seeds with an equal amount of toasted sunflower seeds.
Giving the leafy herbs a quick dip in boiling water followed by an ice bath helps the pesto keep its color. Both the pesto and mushrooms can be prepared and chilled separately up to 2 days in advance.
Silky pumpkin filling, the aroma of warm spices and a flaky crust make this homemade pumpkin pie scrumptious. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.
Traditional “Dirty Rice” gets its name from the addition of a ground meat like chicken liver or gizzards. This version uses mushrooms for a cleaned-up version with lots of great flavor and nutrition. The addition of red beans creates a balanced protein for a vegan entrée with holiday flair.
Toast is easy, but it's boring. Us gluten-free folks need extra interesting toppings for our gluten-free toast if we want a snack that's truly satisfying. Schar Artisan Baker 10 Grains & Seeds gluten-free sliced bread is the perfect foundation on which to pile heaps of fresh veggies and spreads. Here are 6 great ideas to get you started. Happy toasting!
This recipe makes enough filling for both Hostess-Style Cupcakes and Twinkies. For all-natural (corn syrup-free) marshmallow creme, see the Shopping List on the Lunchbox Treats recipe page. This filling keeps on the counter for several weeks, so you can make it ahead.
These tasty gluten free delights are filled with rich marshmallow creme and topped with luscious chocolate ganache. They're just like the famous American Hostess snack, only safe for us gluten-intolerant folks! These cupcakes freeze well. For egg-free cupcakes, see instructions.
Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and dates make hearty flatbread crackers that are incredibly satisfying. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.
These rich, buttery crackers are slightly sweet. Although they’re called buttery, your favorite vegetable oil works just as well as butter in this recipe. Sesame seeds and Parmesan cheese add a nice nutty note but if either sesame or dairy isn’t in your diet, just omit it.
Serve these fancy gluten free crackers with your favorite dips or cheese or enjoy them plain. If nuts are an issue, substitute homemade sunflower seed meal for equally delicious results. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.