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Holiday Gluten-Free Leftovers

We LOVE the holidays. We love the cookies, the cake, the pie, the ham, the turkeyk, the chicken, the prime rib, the lamb. And you know what else we love? Gluten-Free LEFTOVERS! We've asked some of our favorite bloggers for their favorite leftover recipes, paired with what you have left over.  …

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Leftover Holiday Turkey Enchiladas

Use leftover turkey to make delicious gluten-free enchiladas - can be easily made dairy-free too!

Use leftover turkey and Hatch Chile Company products to make delicious gluten-free enchiladas - can be easily made dairy-free too!

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Gluten-Free Blueberry Pancakes

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Gluten-Free Blueberry Pancakes

Golden, crisp blueberry pancakes have a place on your table again!

Blueberry pancakes can be enjoyed any time of the year. If fresh blueberries aren’t available, use frozen blueberries (thawed and drained). These tender, golden pancakes can be whisked up in no time. Serve with pure maple syrup. They can be made egg-free; see instructions.

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Gluten-Free Buttermilk Pancakes

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Gluten-Free Buttermilk Pancakes

If loving GF buttermilk pancakes is wrong, we don't want to be right!

These golden buttermilk pancakes are fluffy, tender and delicious. They can be made ahead and reheated or frozen for later. They’re slightly sweet and can be topped with pure maple syrup, honey, fresh fruit or whipped cream. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.

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Our Favorite Gluten-Free Waffles

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Our Favorite Gluten-Free Waffles

A good gluten-free waffle is hard to find, but this recipe makes it easy to make the best GF waffles right at home!

These crispy, golden waffles are perfect for any breakfast or brunch. This recipe is simple to make, calls for minimal ingredients, and can be easily doubled or tripled to feed a crowd. Serve with pure maple syrup. It can be made egg-free; see instructions.

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Grain-Free Pancakes

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Grain-Free Pancakes

These paleo-friendly pancakes are made using almond flour for a delicate, wonderful texture!

These fluffy, paleo-friendly pancakes are free of refined sugar and can be made without dairy. High in protein and healthy fats, they’ll keep you full longer. Enjoy them plain or with your favorite toppings. With hints of vanilla and almond flavors, they’re sure to be a new breakfast favorite. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.

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Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies

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Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies

A LOT of work went into crafting this GF peanut butter cookie recipe in order to find the perfect texture and flavor.

These cookies will look underdone after baking 12 to 14 minutes but they will set up as they cool. The baking time is very important—2 minutes can be the difference between a soft, chewy cookie and a dry, crisp cookie. Do not shortchange the dough’s 30-minute rest or the cookies will spread too much and taste gritty.

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Gluten-Free Blondies

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Gluten-Free Blondies

Blondies are notoriously challenging to make successfully gluten-free. America's Test Kitchen found a solution!

Chocolate chips are an essential component of blondies and this recipes calls for a combination of semisweet and white chocolate chips. Not all brands of chocolate are processed in a gluten-free facility, so read labels carefully. For gluten-free and allergy-friendly brands, see Shopping List. For best results, do not replace the eggs in this recipe.

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Gluten-Free Macaroni and Cheese

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Gluten-Free Macaroni and Cheese

A no-frills, classic macaroni & cheese recipe belongs in everyone's gluten-free kitchen! This one is truly fantastic.

This recipe for macaroni and cheese is casserole-style with eggs, poured into a 9x13-inch baking dish, covered and baked until firm. This is also a great make-ahead dish. Just prepare the pasta and cheese mixture, pour it into a prepared baking dish, cover it tightly with foil and plastic wrap, and freeze it. When you’re ready to serve it, there’s no need to defrost it first. Just remove the plastic wrap but retain the foil, pop it in a preheated oven and bake until it’s bubbling and the eggs are set. This recipe can be made dairy-free and egg-free; see instructions.

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Gluten-Free Szechuan Meatballs

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Gluten-Free Szechuan Meatballs

Meatballs so sweet and tasty, you'll be sad when they're all eaten.

The secret to flavorful Szechuan meatballs is to allow the ground beef to marinate so it absorbs the flavors of the gluten-free soy sauce, honey, vinegar and ginger. Be sure to use ground beef that’s at least 90 percent lean. If you use beef that’s less lean, the fat drains onto the pan when the meatballs are baked and much of the flavor drains right along with it. The sesame oil in the marinade is much tastier and less greasy than the fat in the ground beef. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.

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Gluten-Free Shepherd's Pie

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Gluten-Free Shepherd's Pie

Shepherd's pie is a classic comfort dish for cold nights. This one includes a gluten-free, gum-free flour blend for added texture.

Shepherd’s pie is one of those classic comfort foods that never disappoints. The zucchini in this recipe is tasty with the tomato sauce and adds nice moisture. A mixture of red and sweet potatoes makes a colorful and savory crust. Feel free to play with the types of vegetables and potatoes you use.

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Gluten-Free Apple Crisp Smoothie

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Gluten-Free Apple Crisp Smoothie

This drink goes down easy whether it’s served for breakfast, snack or dessert.

If desired, swap out the oats for quinoa flakes and the apple for chopped frozen pear. To make ahead, freeze a few chopped apples so you have them on hand when you need them. If using large, soft medjool dates, omit the soaking step and use just 1 date.

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GF Peanut Butter & Jelly Smoothie

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GF Peanut Butter & Jelly Smoothie

High on nostalgia, this smoothie tastes like everyone’s favorite schoolyard sandwich.

Navy beans give it creamy texture and mellow flavor, not to mention a nutritional boost of extra fiber and protein. If needed, sunflower butter or almond butter can replace the peanut butter, while frozen raspberries can be used in lieu of strawberries. Top with granola for a pleasant crunch.

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Gluten-Free Mocha Smoothie

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Gluten-Free Mocha Smoothie

Serve this beverage warm to ward off the frost.

This warm coffee drink helps take the edge off of winter’s chill. A healthy balance of carbs, protein and good-for-you fats, it will kick-start your day.

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Tropical Green Gluten-Free Smoothie

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Tropical Green Gluten-Free Smoothie

Whisk off to tropical climes with this bright and flavorful drink.

Lime adds citrusy brightness and tofu delivers body and protein. (If you’re avoiding soy, replace the tofu with yogurt or a soy-free protein powder.) Skeptical about blending greens into your smoothie? Start with spinach, which has a more mellow flavor than kale or Swiss chard.

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Sweet Potato Pie Smoothie

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Sweet Potato Pie Smoothie

Sweet potatoes, maple syrup and warming spices make each sip taste like pie in a glass.

Tahini gives this smoothie extra silky appeal. Roast, steam or boil a few sweet potatoes ahead and chill them (up to 5 days) so they’re ready when you need them.

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Maple Roasted Carrots & Smoked Turkey Millet Bowl with Shallot Vinaigrette Crème

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Maple Roasted Carrots & Smoked Turkey Millet Bowl with Shallot Vinaigrette Crème

The combination of flavors in this bowl tastes like there’s a party going on in your mouth.

To save time, replace the roasted carrots with 1½ cups packaged shredded carrots and replace Shallot Vinaigrette Crème with a good quality, store-bought gluten-free dressing. Ingredients can be made up to 3 days ahead and assembled just before serving.

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Tahini Chickpea & Roasted Veggie Sorghum Bowl

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Tahini Chickpea & Roasted Veggie Sorghum Bowl

The cuisines of the Middle East are diverse but most include chickpeas, olives, olive oil, honey, mint and parsley.

You’ll find many classic Mediterranean flavors in this dish. One thing you won’t find is the traditional bulgur wheat. It’s been replaced with sorghum, which is naturally gluten-free and adds a nutty, chewy flavor similar to bulgur. This hearty dish is perfect for vegetarians. If meat is a must, add cooked and sliced lamb or chicken. Ingredients can be made up to 3 days ahead and assembled just before serving.

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Butternut Squash, Chipotle Chicken & Creamy Apple Quinoa Bowl

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Butternut Squash, Chipotle Chicken & Creamy Apple Quinoa Bowl

This hearty dish has all the elements needed for a complete (and filling) meal.

Serve this quinoa bowl slightly warm or at room temperature. To save time, use store-bought rotisserie chicken and pre-cut squash and replace the Creamy Apple Vinaigrette with a prepared dressing. Add chopped apples, if desired. Ingredients can be made up to 3 days ahead and assembled just before serving.

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Cardamom Apricot Truffles

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Cardamom Apricot Truffles

This super-healthy treat contains plenty of fiber and protein!

Healing spices aid digestion and help ease constipation and gas. Orange oil helps digest fats. Adapt this recipe to fit your dietary needs. If you don’t eat coconut, enjoy these truffles plain or roll them in ground sunflower seeds or a cinnamon/cardamom blend.

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Cacao Peppermint Truffles

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Cacao Peppermint Truffles

Raw cacao, real peppermint extract, dates, figs, and seeds blend to form these incredibly tasty and nutritious truffles!

This guilt-free treat takes truffles to a healthier place using pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds and figs for additional protein and fiber. Raw cacao is a good source of magnesium. Peppermint oil is healing and soothing to digestion.

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Gluten-Free Cherry-Berry Dessert

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Gluten-Free Cherry-Berry Dessert

This dessert makes for a great evening treat. Serve it as a pudding or a gelatin. Switch up the berries to suit your palate.

Kudzu/kuzu root starch, an alternative thickener to cornstarch, is beneficial and healing to the small intestines. (Find it in the Asian section of the grocery store, natural food stores and online.) Tart cherries are a natural source of melatonin. Cherries contain anthocyanin, a flavonoid with health-protecting benefits.

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Gluten-Free Apricot Prune Compote

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Gluten-Free Apricot Prune Compote

A naturally sweet treat that works just as well for dessert as it does for breakfast!

This sweet breakfast compote calls for a triad of healing spices (star anise, cardamom and Ceylon cinnamon) and prunes, which are high in dietary fiber and contain natural sorbitol to soften the stool. Dried apricots are rich in potassium and vitamins A and C.

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Gluten-Free Buttery Scones

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Gluten-Free Buttery Scones

Scones are a tradition on nearly every Irish breakfast table. Here's a version your whole family can enjoy!

The secret to making a good scone is to use cold fats and work them into the flour before melting; the added step of “laminating” the dough adds more lovely layers. The technique is quite simple. With a few ordinary ingredients and a light gluten-free flour blend, this recipe produces tender, flaky pastry. Enjoy these scones with Irish butter, your favorite jam or a dollop of yogurt.

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Jules’ Homemade All-Purpose Flour Blend

MAKES 4 CUPS. To make very fine rice flour, process regular rice flour in a food processor, blender or clean coffee grinder until very fine. Ingredients: 1 cup cornstarch, tapioca starch/flour or arrowroot powder1 cup potato starch (not potato flour), tapioca starch or arrowroot powder1 cup very fine white rice flour, sorghum flour or buckwheat flour½ cup corn flour, millet flour, sorghum flour or brown rice flour½ cup tapioca starch/flour, cornstarch or arrowroot powder4 teaspoons xanthan gum or…

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Jules Shepard's Irish Soda Bread

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Jules Shepard's Irish Soda Bread

The popularity of this iconic bread dates back to the 1800s with the failure of Ireland’s potato crops.

This inexpensive staple bread is traditionally made with soft wheat, sour milk, butter, salt and baking soda (instead of yeast), and allowed poor families to put bread on the table. This gluten-free version uses a blend of soft wheat-free flours and starches to mimic the traditional version. Dairy buttermilk may be used or make your own using dairy-free milk with vinegar added to “sour” it. Buttermilk combined with baking soda creates a chemical reaction that lifts the bread. Adding raisins and orange zest delivers a sweeter “Spotted Dog” loaf. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions. It’s easily doubled to make 2 small loaves.

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Gluten-Free Irish Brown Bread

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Gluten-Free Irish Brown Bread

This is a fantastic party bread; serve toasted slices on a cheese tray or with your favorite hummus or avocado spread.

This dense, dark loaf has deep, nutty flavor. Often served for breakfast with thick slices of butter and for supper with a hearty stew, this popular bread finds its way onto nearly every Irish table. This gluten-free version embraces the spirit of true brown bread, which is made from whole grains and dark treacle (molasses). Its hearty texture comes from teff seed and golden flaxmeal, with the requisite chew derived from gluten-free oat flour. Bake it in a dark loaf pan to help the crust develop. Then turn the bread out before the bake time is finished to obtain a crunchy crust all around. This lets you dip pieces into yogurt or mead without crumbling.

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Gluten-Free Cacao & Chia Energy Bites

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Gluten-Free Cacao & Chia Energy Bites

Nutrition and decadence all in the same bite? These little gluten-free energy bites take you there!

These vegan, no-sugar-added energy bites are the perfect snack post-workout or on jam-packed days at the office. Enjoy the blended flavors of creamy cashew butter, cocoa, tasty tamari almonds and NOW Foods' hazelnut Stevia in one power-packed snack!

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