Living With Other Food Allergies

Gluten-Free Green Bean Mushroom Sauté

This healthy update on the traditional favorite side makes an elegant dish. Deglazing the mushrooms with white wine and adding a sprinkle of nutmeg gives this recipe extra flavor.

Gluten-Free Chicken Sorghum Soup

Once you taste this gluten-free chicken soup, you may never go back to the ho-hum noodle version. For variety, swap out the kale with collard greens or Swiss chard.

Momma’s Gluten-Free Strawberry Shortcake with Homemade Biscuits

One of our favorite desserts growing up was our mother’s strawberry shortcake. A Louisiana summer means two things—the need for air conditioning and strawberries! There are strawberry festivals throughout Louisiana in the summer months, so this dish is a true bite of the South for us. Our momma would make the whipped cream and biscuits from scratch, pouring much love into this delicious summertime treat. When we went gluten-free, we made some adjustments to her recipe. These deliciously tender biscuits are the perfect way to soak up all the juicy strawberry yumminess. This is a quick and easy recipe that will take 30 minutes or less to make. For a dairy-free version, substitute a dairy-free whipped topping. This recipe can be made with egg replacement.

Kale and Wild Mushroom Casserole

This spectacular dish is like a gluten free crustless quiche. Top it with gluten-free breadcrumbs and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.

Braised Pork Loin with Cream Apricot Gravy

Slow-cooked meat and savory sauce bring out the best in this one-pot dish. To prepare the meat, have your butcher French-cut a bone-in pork loin or remove the fat around the bones. Not only is your roast prettier, it makes cutting individual chops and plating the meal much easier. Serve this over mashed potatoes, gluten-free pasta or creamy polenta.

Quinola Cereal

This homemade cereal is an allergy-friendly antidote for a boring breakfast. It has just the right amount of crunch and sweetness. Use this recipe as your base, adding raisins, cinnamon, fresh fruit or whatever pleases your palate.

Faux Tuna Salad

Ground kelp (or dulse flakes) provides a seafood flavor without the fish. This recipe is easy to vary according to your taste. Serve it in an avocado half, cantaloupe half or bib lettuce cups. For best results, the almonds should not be replaced in this recipe.

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