Guacamole makes an unexpected but delicious filling for these gluten-free eggrolls —a spicy, creamy counterpoint to the crispy gluten-free wrappers.
Here’s a fresh take on staid old turkey leftovers. A bright curry sauce, nutty soba noodles and roasted meat combine to create a bowl of yum. This can be served for lunch or dinner as a welcome break from the heavy dishes that tend to dominate the holiday season.
This whimsical pie is destined to become a household favorite. Consider serving it a la mode with dairy-free coconut ice cream. This recipe can be made with egg replacement; see instructions below.
This gluten free one-pot meal is an easy version of beef bourguignon. The combination of slow-cooked beef, mushrooms, root vegetables, bacon and wine makes an extraordinarily flavorful dish. Serve over mashed potatoes or rice or enjoy it plain.
Try this fabulous gluten-free stuffing recipe at your gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner, or use it to accompany roast chicken or fish. Thanksgiving stuffing was a point of contention in my house. This gluten free recipe was a delicious compromise. For nut-free stuffing, substitute an equal amount of golden flaxseed meal for the hazelnuts.
Great for breakfast or an afternoon snack, this Granola Bars recipe contains nutritious ingredients for a healthy energy bar. Make your own signature bar by adding your favorite dried fruit, nuts, seeds or spices.
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.
For a fast vegetarian gluten-free entrée, stir-fry some seasonal vegetables along with mild-flavored arame seaweed. Serve over brown rice or a rice and quinoa blend. Top with sunflower seeds for a contrasting crunch.
Here’s a juice that would make Bugs Bunny jump for joy. Its orange hue is a tip-off that each sip is loaded with vitamin A to help bolster bone, immune and eye health. If the juice is a bit tart for you, try adding the juice of 1 apple.
This dairy-free, soy-free, nut-free whipped cream must be served very cold. Choose full-fat canned coconut milk that separates when chilled. The coconut fat, which should be very thick, will rise to the top of the can.