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paleo breadsticks recipe

Crunchy Paleo Breadsticks

Smoked paprika and garlic powder give this paleo breadsticks recipe a spicy, savory lift. For flavor variation, try adding fresh rosemary, curry powder or caraway seeds in place of the paprika. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.

Gluten-Free Beef Satay

The combination of gluten-free sauces, fresh lime and ginger make this beef satay a tasty meal for the grill. Partially freezing the meat for 30 minutes before cutting makes it easier to slice thinly.

Papaya Cucumber Summer Rolls

These Asian hand rolls combine the fresh taste of summer vegetables with the fragrant flavor of papaya. Buy the papaya slightly green to match the crunchy consistency of the veggies. Cut the rolls in half for easier eating. Summer Rolls can be made several hours ahead; cover and refrigerate until ready to eat.

Savory Cucumber & Melon Salad

Seasonal vegetables and fruit make the best salad in a summertime supper. Spices heighten the flavor of this recipe and add extra anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant polyphenols, beneficial for digestive and bone health.

Fresh Summer Gluten-Free Pasta Salad

Choose your favorite gluten-free pasta and serve it chilled with colorful cut veggies and the fresh flavors of basil and lime.

GF Chilled Pea or Lentil Salad

This healthy, filling salad is delicious no matter what vegetables you choose to add in. Spice it up with your favorite salsa, green chiles and lime, to suit your taste. If you like it really hot, add a dash of gluten-free hot sauce when serving.
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Dairy-Free Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole

With a few easy substitutions, you can enjoy favorite Thanksgiving casseroles like this dairy-free gluten-free green bean casserole. No one will suspect this delicious green bean casserole recipe is gluten free. This dish travels well; garnish with gluten free fried onions just before serving.
quinoa sweet potato stuffing

Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Quinoa Stuffing Recipe

I’m a maverick cook and this Gluten-Free Sweet Tater Quinoa Stuffing recipe grew out of many no-recipe romps in my kitchen. It was inspired by my celiac diagnosis and a love for sweet potatoes and savory-sweet flavor. It helps make my holiday table friendly to every guest, no matter their dietary needs.
gluten-free turkey stuffing

No-Fuss Gluten-Free Turkey Stuffing

Use your favorite gluten-free sandwich-style bread to make the bread cubes in this tasty gluten-free turkey stuffing. It can be made egg free with good results. For dairy-free stuffing, use dairy-free bread.
gluten free sweet potato casserole

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe

This light, fluffy gluten-free, dairy-free sweet potato casserole dish can be enjoyed hot from the oven or cold as leftovers. It travels well. Made with mashed sweet potatoes and chopped pecans.

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gluten free lemon meringue pie

Gluten-Free Lemon Meringue Pie

This gluten free lemon meringue pie is the classic version of one of America’s all-time favorite desserts.
gluten free fall cupcakes

Gluten-Free Harvest Cupcakes

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