GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-2018/2019 FALL AND WINTER FAVORITES
Crispy Thin Crust Pizza
Honey Sesame Pork Tenderloin
Baked Polenta with Fresh Tomatoes, Basil, and Parmesan
Asian Fire Roast Beef Lettuce Wraps
Homemade Blender Enchilada Sauce
Beef and Bean Enchiladas
Lemon Chicken Cutlets with Fresh Baby Spinach and Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes
Chicken Vermicelli Bowls
Summer Chicken Parm
Caramel Cake with Caramel Frosting
Salted Caramel Sauce
Sweet and Sour Pork-Chicken-Shrimp
Fried Chicken Tenders
Southern Fried Chicken Salad
Loaded Baked Potato Soup
Homemade chicken (or beef) Stock
Peppercorn and Garlic Roast Pork
Smoked Paprika Roast Chicken
Artichoke and Sundried Tomato Stuffed Chicken Breast
Mexican Pork and Pepper Stew
Crispy Honey Pork Tenderloin
Hasselback Potatoes with Parmesan
Herbed Hasselback Potatoes (dairy free)
Herb Crusted Roast Pork Tenderloin
Dark Chocolate Mousse
Pan grilled Pork Chops stuffed with Applewood Smoked Bacon, Apples, and Gouda (skip the Gouda for Dairy Free)
Orange Glazed Chicken Breasts
Molten Lava Cakes
Seasoned Croutons and Breadcrumbs
Gluten Free Pasta
Old Fashioned Beef Pot Roast (Braised Beef)
Vanilla Wafer Cookies
Hasselback Chicken with baby spinach, sweet red peppers, and parmesan (sub fresh rosemary for parmesan for Dairy free)
Fresh Caramel Apple Cake
Braised Chicken Breasts stuffed with fresh spinach and cheddar
Pan Grilled Pork Tenderloin Skewers
Triple Chocolate Brownies
French Silk Pie
Lemon Honey & Rosemary Roasted Chicken
Portobello and Peppercorn Center Cut Pork Loin Roast
Bolognese Sauce for Pasta
Bourbon Brown Sugar Roast Chicken
Sauteed Chicken in Sage Butter Sauce
Baked Italian Meatballs and Penne
Hot Fudge Sauce
GF Cookie Crust
Chocolate Caramel Cheesecake Pie
Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies
German Roast Chicken
Kartoffelpuffer (German Potato Pancakes)
Apple and Cranberry Stuffed Pork Chops
Apple and Cranberry Stuffed Pork Chops
Black Forest Torte
Triple Chocolate Brownies
Asian Fire Grilled Beef in Lettuce Wraps
Chicken Cordon Bleu
Coq Au Vin (Chicken braised in red wine)
Spatzle (German dumplings)
Crispy Thin Crust PizzaDavid enjoys having his friends over for overnights. Teen boys love pizza. I make individual pizzas and everyone can top their own before we bake them. Everyone is happy.
Honey Sesame Pork TenderloinOur family loves the versatility of pork tenderloin. In the Fall and Winter we roast it, and in the Spring and Summer we grill it. Honey Sesame Pork Tenderloin is a family favorite.
Baked Polenta with Fresh Tomatoes, Basil, and ParmesanOur family loves Italian food, but we don't always want to have pasta. When we have Sicilian Meat Roll, this polenta is perfect.
Asian Fire Roast Beef Lettuce WrapsWe love Asian food. This dish is so fresh with the lettuce leaves and condiments, and goes together in minutes. .
Porcupine MeatballsThis is my Mother's recipe and I love it as a child. Since it is naturally gluten free, it quickly became a staple in our home because the family loves these meatballs.
Homemade Blender Enchilada SauceThis red sauce is so much better than store bought canned sauces, you'll never use anything else.
Beef and Bean EnchiladasHaving lived in Oklahoma for many years our family is very fond of TexMex food. This dish satisfies our cravings.
Lemon Chicken Cutlets with Fresh Baby Spinach and Heirloom Cherry TomatoesWe love fresh baby spinach and this cooking method retains it's nutrients and fresh flavor. This dish is also delicious when you replace the heirloom cherry tomatoes with Portobello mushrooms.
Chicken Vermicelli BowlsOur family loves Asian food and this is delicious, light, a wonderful warm weather dish.
Butterscotch BarsOur family doesn't eat dessert during the week, but enjoy a variety of desserts on weekends. When it's been a tiring, busy week these go together quickly and the family loves them.
Summer Chicken ParmChicken parmesan is a family favorite, but since it is very warm in the summer where we live, we prefer lighter fare. We love the combination of hot chicken topped with cool tomatoes, so good!
Caramel Cake with Caramel FrostingMany years ago, my Aunt Dorothy brought caramel cupcakes to a family reunion that my young daughter just loved. Aunt Dorothy said the cupcakes were a Duncan Hines cake and frosting mix. Thirteen years ago when my daughter's son, David was diagnosed with Celiac, no more caramel cupcakes, until now. My daughter, thinks these are much better than the cake mix and David loves them, too.
Caramel FrostingFor a caramel cake, you have to have a caramel frosting. This is the real deal. And so much better than making a caramel frosting with brown sugar.
Sweet and Sour Pork-Chicken-ShrimpMy Grandson, David, has an allergy to soy. Since our family loves Asian food, it is a problem to fine Asian dishes we can all eat. This dish has no soy, and is delicious.
Fried Chicken TendersMy grandson's friends love Chick Fil A's fried chicken nuggets. But of course, they are not gluten free. So now we have GF chicken nuggets that he and his friends love.
Southern Fried Chicken SaladI love to order this salad at a well known restaurant. Our family loves salads for dinner in the heat of summer, so we love this gluten free version, sooo good!
Loaded Baked Potato SoupI first enjoyed baked potato soup at a restaurant many years ago. I converted this recipe to gluten free because my family enjoys hearty soups on lazy weekends, and this one is a family favorite.
Meatball MinestroneHomemade soup is comfort food at it's best. This soup is not only easy, it tastes really good.
Homemade chicken (or beef) StockOur ancestors operated a continuous kitchen. Nothing was thrown away, nearly everything went into the stock pot, which was simmering on the back of the stove. This practice is not only economical, it is healthy. Instead of throwing away the nutrients that are in bones and vegetable scraps, let's make stock that tastes wonderful and is healthy for our families.
Peppercorn and Garlic Roast PorkPork Roast is a great choice for Family Dinners and Company Dinners. The meat is tender and succulent and healthier than beef. Our favorite choices are Pork Tenderloin and Center Cut Pork Loin.
Smoked Paprika Roast ChickenChickens can be seasoned and roasted in so many ways, one never tires of them. This is a wonderful dish for Autumn meals and has great flavor.
Artichoke and Sundried Tomato Stuffed Chicken BreastServing this dish for Sunday Dinner or Company Dinner makes the meal seem special. And I promise everyone will want the recipe.
Mexican Pork and Pepper StewOur family enjoys many ethnic flavors. This Mexican stew warms up chilly days.
Crispy Honey Pork TenderloinPork tenderloin makes a fast, easy meal for weeknights. And the family loves it!
Hasselback Potatoes with ParmesanHasselback potatoes are a family favorite and I love serving them with Beef Roast for Holiday meals.
Herbed Hasselback Potatoes (dairy free)Herbed Hasselback potatoes are a nice change from roasted potatoes to go with roasted meats. The seasoning is all done before baking, so no fuss at mealtime. Very tasty!
Herb Crusted Roast Pork TenderloinI love pork tenderloin for it's versatility; the fresh herbs really make this dish sing.
Pan grilled Pork Chops stuffed with Applewood Smoked Bacon, Apples, and Gouda (skip the Gouda for Dairy Free)I prefer to cook Keto and Paleo dishes often for the health of the family. They don't even realize they are eating healthy, they just know it tastes great!
Orange Glazed Chicken BreastsChicken can be cooked in so many ways. This orange glazed chicken goes really well with steamed rice and a side of fresh broccoli cooked tender crisp.
Chicken ParmesanChicken Parmesan is a family favorite. I use the best parmesan for this dish. Leftover chicken also makes great sandwiches.
Seasoned Croutons and BreadcrumbsI never throw away any GF bread. The end pieces that no eats, pieces that have dried out, leftover toast; it all goes into the plastic bag in the freezer waiting for Breadcrumb Making Day. I use breadcrumbs in meatloaf, to bread meat, to top casseroles, etc.
Gluten Free PastaThis is the pasta I use for homemade lasagna and ravioli. It freezes well, which is not true for most GF pasta.
Old Fashioned Beef Pot Roast (Braised Beef)I have always made a very good pot roast. But when my mother got up in years and didn't cook much any more, she gave me her aluminum roaster. She had been cooking in it for 50+ years. The first time I made my pot roast in it, I was blown away. My recipe for pot roast which had always been really good, had now become exceptional. That seasoned pan has made all the difference.
MeatloafMeatloaf has been on our family dinner table since I was a little girl, and our family loves it. When we developed this gluten free recipe we were so happy to have it back for dinner. My grandson, David, loves meatloaf sandwiches in his lunch box!
Potatoes ParmWe love this fast and simple potato dish that is such a good side dish. Feel free to use cheddar instead of parmesan. Or no cheese at all, just brown the potatoes under the broiler slightly. Also delicious to add herbs to the butter.
Vanilla Wafer CookiesThese GF vanilla wafers are a foundational recipe that I use for making Banana Pudding, Cookie Pie Crust, and any time I need cookie crumbs for a dessert.
Pastry CreamI love the versatility of pastry cream. You can use it to fill cakes, make cream pies, make puddings, use as fillings for eclairs and donuts, the list is endless.
Banana PuddingMy celiac friends were delighted when I added this GF Banana pudding to my dessert offerings.
Roast ChickenI prefer to roast meat at 500 F. High heat actually roasts the meat melting the connective tissue and fats with tender, delicious results. Lower temperatures take longer and do not totally melt the connective tissues and fats internally.
Roasted VegetablesWhile the temperature for roasting veggies is 425F. If you are roasting meat at 500F, you can also roast the vegetables at 500F, but you will need to adjust time accordingly. Instead of 45 minutes it will take more like 20-25 minutes. Likewise, if you are cooking meat at 375F, you can also roast veggies with it, but you will need to adjust the time to more like an hour or hour and fifteen minutes. Keep an eye on them, and it will work out fine.
Coconut CupcakesThese coconut cupcakes are wonderful. Add 1 c. of chopped pecans, and now it is Italian Cream Cupcakes, also delicious.
Hasselback Chicken with baby spinach, sweet red peppers, and parmesan (sub fresh rosemary for parmesan for Dairy free)A lovely presentation with flavor in every bite. For dairy free, eliminate parmesan and add fresh rosemary stripped from 2 sprigs to spinach mixture.
Braised Chicken Breasts stuffed with fresh spinach and cheddarA tasty chicken dish so good served with rice. A family favorite.
Pan Grilled Pork Tenderloin SkewersPork tenderloin skewers are my daughter's favorite recipe for Pork tenderloin. Also tasty to add onion and pepper chunks, which you have microwaved for 2 minutes to skewers. Enjoy!
Triple Chocolate BrowniesOur family likes desserts on weekends. These brownies are not only easy and fast to make, the family absolutely loves them!
French Silk PieMy daughter, Michelle, is crazy for French Silk Pie. So we have it nearly every holiday. It's always one of the first to be eaten up.
Lemon Honey & Rosemary Roasted ChickenI like to vary the flavors of my roast chickens, and this combination is a winner!
Boeuf BourguignonOur family loves this classic Julia Child recipe for Beef Stew. We serve it with a side of Mashed Potatoes.
Portobello and Peppercorn Center Cut Pork Loin RoastSam's used to offer a portobello and peppercorn marinated pork loin roast that our family just loved. They quit carrying it some time ago, so I created my own recipe. The flavors permeate the meat beautifully.
Chicken DivanWe really enjoy roast chicken, but our family of four eats about half of the bird. This is a great recipe for using leftovers, or what I prefer to think of as repurposed food. The family never knows they are eating a leftover, they love it.
Bolognese Sauce for PastaI have several meat sauce recipes, but Bolognese, which is a classic Italian sauce from the city of Bologne, Italy is the one I use for lasagna because it compliments but doesn't overpower the components of the dish. Enjoy.
Bescaimella SauceI have made lasagna all my life, in America we make a very hearty lasagna, loaded with meat and cheeses. When I visited Italy, I frequently was served lasagna that was far more delicate and utterly delicious. My Italian host, very graciously gave me the recipe, which I have converted to gluten free. Instead of so much cheese, the Italians make their lasagna with Besciamella sauce, fresh pasta, and Bolognese sauce. So great if you are Dairy Free!
Italian LasagneI also make an Americanized version of lasagna that is loaded with meat and cheese, which the men in my family adore. However, I love this lighter version of lasagna that is served in restaurants all over Italy.
Bourbon Brown Sugar Roast ChickenOriginally this glaze was used on grilled salmon. We like it so much that we started using it on chicken and pork, with equally good results. If you are a teetotaler, don't worry, the alcohol is completely evaporated during cooking, only leaving flavor.
Beef StroganoffBeef stroganoff is perfect for Sunday or Company dinner. A nice change of pace that everyone will enjoy. This recipe uses top sirloin for economy, but if you really want to impress, make it with medium rare beef tenderloin.
Sauteed Chicken in Sage Butter SauceSauteed chicken cutlets are nice to have in your repertoire. They can be sauced and topped in so many ways and are very tasty.
Baked Italian Meatballs and PenneThis is an easy, hearty family dinner that will feed a crowd and make everyone happy!
Caramel SaucleThis is a basic caramel sauce that can be used to make any dessert calling for caramel sauce.
GF Cookie CrustI never throw away any gluten free cookies. Light colored ones go in one bag, chocolate in another bag in the freezer. When I need to make a pie, I am ready to go!
Chocolate Caramel Cheesecake PieIt really doesn't get any better than cheesecake, caramel and hot fudge!
Kartoffelpuffer (German Potato Pancakes)These potato pancakes are so good, you might not want to just serve them at Octoberfest.
Chicken PiccataChicken piccata recipes usually include capers. I don't care for capers, so I don't use them. If you would like to have capers in your chicken piccata, when making the sauce, add 1/3 c. of drained capers.
Apple and Cranberry Stuffed Pork ChopsWe enjoy the combination of pork with fruit. This is a great recipe for Autumn entertaining.
Apple and Cranberry Stuffed Pork ChopsWe enjoy the combination of pork with fruit. This is a great recipe for Autumn entertaining.
Black Forest TorteBlack Forest Cake, from Germany, is made with Kirsch liqueur and dark cherries, and is much less sweet than American desserts. This cake is an Americanized version featuring pie cherries and no liqueur. It is one of my daughter's favorites.
Apple CobblerI love apple desserts in Autumn. This cobbler is an easy dessert that tastes anything but.
Asian Fire Grilled Beef in Lettuce WrapsWe love Asian food. This dish is also good served over rice if preferred. A healthy dish that tastes as good as it is good for you!
Chicken Cordon BleuA so called "fancy" dish that is really quite easy, but very impressive. Equally good for weeknight family meals and company meals.
Coq Au Vin (Chicken braised in red wine)I love braised meats, Coq Au Vin is a classic because it just tastes so good.
Chicken MarsalaChicken Marsala is one of my favorite dishes. Use a good quality Marsala for the best results.
HUNGARIAN GOULASHMy parents went to Germany to visit many times with their friends who had immigrated from Munich after WWII. The dish they most enjoyed in Germany (although Hungarian) was Goulash. They were given the recipe and our family has been enjoying it ever since. I made the change to smoked paprika in 2019, when I forgot I had run out of sweet paprika. We liked it so much, I now make it with smoked paprika all the time.
Spatzle (German dumplings)Some cooks make spätzle very small by pushing through a spätzle maker or through the holes of a colander. Other cooks, like me, prefer to make them larger, like dumplings. Whichever way you make them, they are delicious.
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Since my grandson, David was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and numerous other food allergies when he was a toddler 14 years ago, I have been reworking recipes and creating recipes for him and my friends in the National Celiac Association of TN. This cookbook is for them.
This cookbook is for my grandson, David, who was diagnosed with Celiac disease at 20 months of age. Someday he will be an adult with a family of his own, I want him to have the healthy, gluten free recipes created by his grandma for him to enjoy with his family. We also want to share them with you.
When my grandson, David, was diagnosed with Celiac Disease at a very young age I immediately started cooking gluten free. Before long I started converting our family favorite recipes to gluten free versions and I began to realize that he would need to have these recipes, so I started writing a cookbook. When I started "Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies" my customers also began asking for the recipes. GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT Cookbook series was born. I hope you enjoy this month's recipes.
Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies makes two meals a week including entree, side, salad, and dessert for our meal service customers to choose boxed meals for 2 or family meals. The customers requested many of the recipes, so each month we publish the recipes for that month's meals to cook at home. We hope you enjoy them.
Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies offers two gluten free (and other dietary restrictions) meals each week in the middle Tennessee area primarily to those with Celiac disease. I have been developing GF recipes and converting family recipes to GF since my, then toddler, grandson was diagnosed with Celiac 14 years ago. The GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT series of cookbooks were created so when my grandson, David is an adult he will be able to cook for himself the same food he grew up enjoying. I started publishing them at my Meal Service customers request. Enjoy!
GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT series of cookbooks are offered by "Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies", who offers meal service primarily for those with Celiac Disease. These cookbooks have the recipes for the meals provided by the "meal service" for that month for those who wish to cook gluten free at home. Enjoy!
GRANDMAS GLUTEN FREE GOODIES offers 2 meals per week that are gluten free for our friends and neighbors who have Celiac disease or who are otherwise gluten intolerant. These are the recipes for the meals made in April of 2020 for those who would like to prepare them at home.
Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies offers 2 gluten free meals weekly for our neighbors and friends in the Nashville area. This cookbook contains the recipes for the gluten free meals served during the month of March 2020. Enjoy!
GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT is a series of cookbooks from Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies. The recipes are family favorites that we cook weekly for our Celiac friends and neighbors; each month we publish the recipes we cooked that month so you can enjoy them from your own kitchen. Enjoy!
Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies cooks meals for our friends who either must be gluten free because, like my grandson, they have celiac disease; or they choose to follow a healthier gluten free lifestyle. These are the recipes we prepared in January...enjoy your favorites!
Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies offers a gluten free meal service for our friends at the National Celiac Association Tennessee (and others who wish to eat gluten free) that provides two meals a week. This cookbook are the recipes for the meals that were served December 2019. We hope you enjoy them on your table.
Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies offers two Gluten Free and Dairy Free meals weekly for our Meal Service customers. Our customers often request the recipe so they make a favorite at home. This cookbook are the recipes Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies offered our Meal Service customers during November 2019, we hope your family continues to enjoy these recipes on your table.
Grandma's Gluten Free Goodies offers Meal Service to our Gluten Free friends, many of whom have asked for the Gluten Free recipes. These are the recipes that were served to our Meal Service clients October 2019, so that they can enjoy serving their favorites to their own families.
Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies offers Gluten Free and/or Dairy Free weekly meal service. This cookbook is a recipe collection for the meals offered September 2019, so clients can enjoy cooking their favorite meals for their families.
This cookbook is for my Grandson, David, who was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and other allergies when he was only 2 years old, and for my Gluten Free Meal Service Clients. These recipes are favorites of our family and my Clients that we have revised to be gluten free. In most cases, the revised recipe is so tasty that we wouldn't go back to the gluten filled recipe even if we could. David, here are some of the recipes you have grown up with, when you grow up you can enjoy serving them to your family!
GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT is a collection of cookbooks that feature gluten free recipes that are also soy free and have the option to be dairy free. The free cookbook is a sampling of recipes from GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-BRUNCH BREAD AND DESSERTS & GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-HOLIDAYS & (coming soon) GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-30 MEALS READY IN 30 MINUTES. If you enjoy these recipes, you certainly will enjoy my other cookbooks. While the GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT COOKBOOK recipes were all formulated using my own Grandmas GF Baking Mix, Grandmas GF Bread Mix, & Grandmas GF Cake Mix; you certainly can substitute another GF mix if you prefer. Thank you for your interest in GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT COOKBOOKS. Please feel free to check out my website http://grandmasgfgoodies.com and email me with any questions or suggestions [email protected] My prayer is that my cookbooks and baking mixes can help you on your Going Gluten Free Journey and that you will Love It!