GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-HOLIDAYS!
Jeanne & Michelle
Jeanne & Michelle
Cranberry Orange Scones
David's Favorite Rolls
Pumpkin Walnut Muffins
Cranberry Orange Muffins
Cranberry Apricot Bread
Pumpkin Walnut Bread
How To Toast Nuts
Poppy Seed Bread
Lemon Poppy Seed Bread
How To Make GF Breadcrumbs
GF Pie Dough
Pecan Sticky Buns
Olde English Prime Rib Roast with Yorkshire Pudding
Apple Cider Brined Roast Turkey
Brandied Cranberry Sauce
Cranberry Orange Sauce
Broccoli Rice Casserole
Potatoes au Gratin
Irish Mashed Potatoes
Irish Cabbage or Brussel Sprouts
Irish Soda Bread
Death by Chocolate Cheesecake
Chocolate Turtle Cheesecake Pie
Spinach Salad with Croutons
Baked Denver Omelet
Easy Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole
Strawberry Spinach Salad
Fresh Fuit Salad
Poppy Seed Dressing
Bermuda Salad Bowl
Baked Stuffed Shrimp
Graveyard Chicken Enchilada Dip with Tortilla Chips
Crab Stuffed Mushrooms
Layered Mexican Dip
Shrimp Ball and Sauce
Baked Artichoke Dip
Artichoke Crab Dip
Hot Cranberry Cider
Hot Cinnamon Cider
Hot Spinach Artichoke Dip
Asparagus Quiche with Bacon
Yummy Mummy Meatball Sliders
Caramel Apples with Candy Topping
Coconut Bunny Cake
French Silk Pie
Italian Creme Cake
Irish Bread Pudding with Irish Whiskey Sauce
Baked Ham with Brown Sugar & Orange Glaze
Orange Jello Salad
How to make GF Panko Breadcrumbs
Roasted Cheddar Broccoli
Roasted Cheddar Asparagus
Crunchy Cabbage Chopped Salad
Poppy Seed Dressing
Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie
Fresh Strawberry Cake
Four Bean Bake
Crispy Fried Chicken
Italian Pasta Salad
Black Forest Mini Cheesecakes
Scary Spider Spinach Dip with Veggies
Eyeball Appetizer Sausage Cheese Balls
Ghostly Cheese and Crackers
Chocolate Ghoulish Monster Eyeball Cupcakes
Cornbread Stuffing with Sausage & Apples
Green Bean Casserole
Grandmas Corn Pudding
Candied Sweet Potatoes
Spicy Italian Salad
Turkey Noodle Soup
Thanksgiving Individual Casseroles
Red Velvet Cake
Mock Whipped Cream Frosting
Cream Cheese Frosting
Crown Pork Roast
Sausage and Apple Stuffing
Twice Baked Potatoes
Kentucky Pecan Pie
Apricot Pecan Tassies
Cream Cheese Cookie Snowmen
Cream Cheese Preserve Thumprint Cookies
Molten Lava Cake
How to make GF Croutons
Chocolate Mocha Buttercream Frosting
Vietnamese Fried Spring Rolls
Spring Roll Sauce
Sugar Cookies II
Sausage Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms
Super Easy Hot Fudge Sauce
Slow Cooker Corned Beef in Ale
White Sandwich Bread using Grandmas GF Bread Mix
White Bread using Grandmas GF Baking Mix
Candied Sweet Potatoes
Cranberry Orange SconesChristmas morning is special when you serve these cranberry orange scones topped with orange glaze and served with orange butter. Merry Christmas!
Orange GlazeA terrific glaze to top cranberry orange scones, cranberry orange pecan muffins, or plain pound cake.
Orange ButterGreat served with cranberry orange scones, cranberry orange pecan muffins, or biscuits.
David's Favorite RollsI have been making these rolls for holidays for over 50 years, the recipe was handed down to me by my late mother-in-law. It wouldn't be a holiday without the Family Favorite Rolls, now Gluten Free!
Apricot BreadI like to put several mini breads including apricot bread in a basket along with assorted teas to give friends for Christmas. It is always a welcome gift.
Pumpkin Walnut MuffinsPumpkin Walnut Muffins say "good morning" on Thanksgiving Day when we need a little something before the big feast.
Blueberry MuffinsStart off your Independence Day with Blueberry Muffins, nothing says Summer like blueberries!
Cranberry Orange MuffinsAutumn is the time for cranberries. Wake your family with thiese cranberry orange muffins any Autumn day to make the day a holiday!
Cranberry Apricot BreadAutumn is a time for celebrating, and Cranberry Apricot Bread is a great addition to any brunch or afternoon Celebration. For a special treat serve with cream cheese topped with apricot preserves to spread on the bread. Festive!
Pumpkin Walnut BreadPumpkin Nut Bread is an Autumn classic. Perfect for your Thanksgiving Get together to serve before dinner while everyone is watching the parades and waiting for the feast. To make it really special serve with honey butter to spread on top and coffee.
How To Toast NutsToasting nuts for baked goods will greatly improve the taste and is well worth the effort.
Poppy Seed BreadTea breads are always welcome hostess gifts. Wrap in a pretty seasonal dish towel and tie with a coordinating ribbon for a pretty presentation.
Lemon Poppy Seed BreadDuring the Holidays, it is nice to have a selection of tea breads on hand to serve unexpected guests and to give as much appreciated gifts.
Lemon GlazeLemon Glaze is the perfect finishing touch for Lemon Poppy See Tea Bread or Lemon Poppy Seed Coffee Cake.
How To Make GF BreadcrumbsMany of the dishes in this Cookbook require breadcrumbs, so they are great to have in your freezer ready to go.
Cinnamon RollsCinnamon Rolls are wonderful for Mom on Mother's Day. They are also great with coffee around the Christmas tree to start off Christmas morning.
Pecan Sticky BunsTake these Pecan Sticky Buns to a Holiday Brunch and they will disappear fast! Nothing beats warm from the oven caramel and pecan sticky buns!
Irish StewWhen I toured Guiness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland their restaurant served Irish Stew made with Guiness Stout. It was delicious, and they shared the recipe. Since my grandson has celiac disease, I can't make Irish stew with Guiness, but it can be made with gluten free ale. Not quite the same, but close.
Olde English Prime Rib Roast with Yorkshire PuddingOlde English Prime Rib Roast and Yorkshire Pudding is traditional in England. My great grandfather, Norell Robinson came from England in the late 1800's, this wonderful meal is a nod to our heritage.
Apple Cider Brined Roast TurkeyThis is the turkey our family serves at Thanksgiving. We like our turkey stuffed with Oyster Stuffing in the neck cavity and Cornbread Sausage Stuffing in the breast cavity. And of course, we make gravy with the drippings.
Brandied Cranberry SauceSometimes I make apricot brandy to give as gifts for Christmas. This cranberry sauce is very good per the recipe, but if I am making apricot brandy I always use it. Awesome!
Cranberry Orange SauceI like to experiment in the kitchen. But my family wants all our traditional favorites for the holidays. The only thing I am allowed to experiment with is the cranberries.
Broccoli Rice CasseroleBroccoli Rice Casserole is one of our family's traditional Thanksgiving dishes. When my Grandson, David was diagnosed with celiac disease, we could no longer have casseroles using soup as base. We now have this broccoli rice casserole every Thanksgiving, and even though David is the only one in our family with celiac disease, no one knows the difference!
Potatoes au GratinFor Easter our family always enjoyed baked ham and au gratin potatoes. When my grandson, David was diagnosed with celiac disease I had to figure out another way to make au gratin potatoes. Even if we could have them the old way, we wouldn't because these are so much better!
Blueberry SconesMy daughter, Michelle loves blueberries. Her son, David and I like to make her a nice brunch for Mothers day including these scones. If you use fresh blueberries, they won't stain the dough blue like frozen ones tend to do.
Chicken MarsalaThere is just something romantic about chicken marsala. If your special someone likes chicken, try Chicken Marsala for your next romantic dinner.
Irish Mashed PotatoesOnce you serve these mashed potatoes at your St. Patrick's Day Party, you won't just keep them for St. Patrick's Day anymore.
Irish Cabbage or Brussel SproutsIf you love cabbage and brussel sprouts, you will love this recipe. Don't just keep it for St. Patrick's Day!
Death by Chocolate CheesecakeThis chocolate cheesecake is positively decadent! Next time you really want to impress, serve this garnished with fresh raspberries and chocolate curls.
Chocolate Turtle Cheesecake PieI love the mix of caramel, chocolate, and nuts. So I love this cheesecake pie. I bet you will, too!
Cranberry SaladMy Mother and Dad didn't care for cranberry sauce, so she always served Cranberry Salad at Thanksgiving. It is a nice change instead of cranberry sauce, try it!
Spinach Salad with CroutonsA fresh tasting green salad. Great in the spring time when spinach is in season. Also good with shredded cheddar cheese if your menu doesn't already include dishes with cheese.
Baked Denver OmeletA New Years Day brunch is a fun and relaxed way to entertain family, friends, or neighbors. Denver Baked Omelet is a great way to use up leftover Christmas Baked Ham.
Easy Cheesy Hash Brown CasseroleEveryone loves hash brown casserole, but since the recipe typically has canned chicken soup as an ingredient, it is a no-no for my grandson, David who has celiac disease. This version is every bit as good, and no one will know it's gluten free unless you tell them..
Strawberry Spinach SaladSpinach Strawberry Salad is light and refreshing, perfect for a brunch with egg and potato dishes.
Poppy Seed DressingThis is an excellent dressing for several salad recipes. It also can be used with fruit salad.
Baked Stuffed ShrimpShrimp stuffed with crabmeat is a special occasion dish, I guarantee your Valentine will be impressed with this delicious shrimp dish.
Graveyard Chicken Enchilada Dip with Tortilla ChipsThis Mexican dip dressed up for a Halloween party is a big hit at every party, it will disappear fast!
Crab Stuffed MushroomsThose who love crab and who love mushrooms will love this recipe. Goes fast at parties.
Layered Mexican DipLayered Mexican Dip is great in the summertime. Mexican flavors are always popular with guests, this one is no exception.
Shrimp Ball and SauceShrimp cocktail is hard to do for a party, but this shrimp ball with sauce is very similar. Your guests will enjoy it!
Baked Artichoke DipArtichoke Dip is on many restaurant menus for appetizers. So you know how good it is and how desirable.
Shrimp ToastShrimp Toast with it's Asian flavors is a unique hors o derve for a party and a delicious appetizer when serving Asian food.
Hot Cranberry CiderHot Cranberry Cider makes a delightful drink for Thanksgiving or Christmas get- togethers with it's pretty red color. Or course, it also tastes good.
Hot Cinnamon CiderWe always serve Hot Cinnamon Cider on Christmas morning for those relatives who do not drink coffee (and for some of those who do). It's a pretty red color and has delicious cinnamon flavor. Nice to serve with a cinnamon stick as a stirrer.
Hot Spinach Artichoke DipAfter all the presents are opened on Christmas, and everyone has had a nap, the family is ready for a bite to eat. Spinach Artichoke fills the bill and the stomachs without spoiling dinner in a couple of hours.
Asparagus Quiche with BaconAsparagus is my favorite vegetable and I love it in the quiche. Great to serve for Mother's Day Brunch!
Caramel Apples with Candy ToppingKids love caramel apples, so do adults for that matter. It isn't Halloween without them!
Coconut Bunny CakeCoconut cake is a natural for turning into a "Bunny Cake" for Easter. Put some colored eggs around bunny before serving to make a nice centerpiece.
French Silk PieOne bite and you will fall in love with this delectable chocolate pie. Always a favorite!
Italian Creme CakeThis recipe won First Place in a Cake Baking Contest in Ohio in 1980. While that was before the conversion of the recipe to gluten free, one bite and you'll be convinced it's still a Winner!
Irish Bread Pudding with Irish Whiskey SauceBread Pudding with Irish Whiskey Sauce is a popular dessert in Ireland where cold winds from the Atlantic can cut right through you. Of course, Irish whiskey is a must for this dish.
Irish CoffeeA visit to Ireland isn't complete without enjoying the pubs, which are so much a part of village life. Irish Coffee became my favorite drink and the pub gave me the recipe to make it back at home. But of course, they insist it can only be called Irish Coffee if you use Irish Whiskey.
Baked Ham with Brown Sugar & Orange GlazeCountry ham is traditional in the South. Sugar cured ham was more popular where I was raised. Both hams are delicious glazed with this Orange scented glaze.
Orange Jello SaladA cool, creamy orange and pineapple flavored fruit salad. My mother served this every Easter with our Ham.
How to make GF Panko BreadcrumbsPanko breadcrumbs are listed in many recipes. Now you can have them Gluten Free.
Roasted Cheddar BroccoliRoasted broccoli is healthy and delicious. This side goes well with any roasted or baked meat dish.
Roasted Cheddar AsparagusAsparagus is my favorite veggie. I love it any way, but especially roasted.
Crunchy Cabbage Chopped SaladThe mandarin oranges and fried onions make this Cabbage Salad special.
Poppy Seed DressingPoppy Seed Dressing goes well with numerous salads. A good recipe to have in your collection.
Deviled EggsOur family loves deviled eggs and we have them frequently in the Spring and Summertime.
Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese PieFresh Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie is wonderful when strawberries start appearing in the market in Springtime. This is also one of the few pies my grandson really loves!
Fresh Strawberry CakeThis cake is wonderful when fresh strawberries are in season. Included is the recipe for Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting, but you might also want to try Strawberry Buttercream.
Four Bean BakeThe mix of beans in this baked bean dish is very appealing. People like it who don't even care for beans.
Crispy Fried ChickenOur family loves fried chicken, but never quite liked it as much using the gluten free flours. When I came up this recipe, crispy fried chicken was back on the menu! Great for picnics!
Potato SaladPicnics and cook outs mean potato salad. This recipe was passed down to me from my mother and to her from her mother.
Italian Pasta SaladThe men in my family like potato salad, and the women in my family prefer pasta salad. For Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day picnics, we must have both!
Minature CheesecakesMinature cheesecakes are a perfect individual dessert for picnics. And who doesn't like cheesecake?
Black Forest Mini CheesecakesWhile some folks love New York style cheesecakes topped with fruit, other folks adore chocolate. These are for those chocolate lovers, including me.
Scary Spider Spinach Dip with VeggiesThis is Knorr's classic spinach dip recipe, dressed up for Halloween.
Eyeball Appetizer Sausage Cheese BallsHalloween is a time to have fun with food. Kids especially enjoy eating these Eyeball Sausage Cheese Balls.
Ghostly Cheese and CrackersCheese and crackers are a welcome addition to easily fill in a party menu.
Chocolate Ghoulish Monster Eyeball CupcakesAbsolute delicious mocha cupcakes. The guests will love it and unless you tell them, they'll never guess it's gluten free.
Cornbread Stuffing with Sausage & ApplesMy Tennessee born and bred son in law prefers Cornbread Sausage & Apple Stuffing, while my Yankee daughter prefers Oyster Stuffing. So we solve the dilemma by making both; one goes in the neck cavity and the other in the breast cavity. Everyone is happy!
Turkey GravyThis is an old fashioned Turkey gravy, but it's gluten free! Great over mashed potatoes, turkey, and stuffing.
Green Bean CasseroleGreen bean casserole has been on the Thanksgiving table as long as I can remember, except for a few years before I found GF french fried onions. I didn't want to include the casserole when it was made the regular way because my grandson, David loved green beans and I don't like to serve things he can't eat. Thank you to the folks who came out with the canned GF french fried onions, because while I make fresh GF French fried onions, I knew they wouldn't hold up in this casserole.
Grandmas Corn PuddingScalloped Corn was always on my Mother's Holiday tables. Now Grandmas GF Corn Pudding is on our Holiday tables, and everyone is Happy!
Squash CasseroleThe more vegetable casseroles on the Holiday table, the better. When you are overrun with summer squash in summertime, try this casserole for a change, it is so good!
Pumpkin PiePumpkin Pie is a must on the Thanksgiving table, and many would argue the Christmas table as well. Redolent of spices, it gives off a warm welcoming scent that says "Happy Thanksgiving" and "Merry Christmas"!
Apple PieOur family loves apple pie. We like to visit the orchard and buy bushels of apples to get ready to put into a pie, instead the apple pie fillings go into freezer bags. With frozen pie dough and frozen apple pie fillings; making an apple pie never got easier during the busy holiday season.
Chicken TetrazinniMy mother in law, Marjorie Baird gave me this recipe in 1965, it has been a family favorite ever since and is great for a large family gathering!
Spicy Italian SaladThis is a wonderful salad to serve with Italian food. It is robust enough to balance the flavors of Italian food, but light enough to not be overpowering.
Turkey Noodle SoupMy family's background was agrigarian, so watching my Grandmother I came to adopt a continuous kitchen strategy. Meaning, the meal I am cooking today may become the basis of a new meal for later. So I don't consider "leftovers" as such, I repurpose them into a new recipe. Any time we roast meat, the remains go into the stock pot to make a rich broth to use for soup, sauces, casseroles and such to enhance the meals to come.
Thanksgiving Individual CasserolesOur family loves turkey. We buy several when the price is low so we have them to roast throughout the year, including on the grill in the summertime. And it's always good to have a turkey to provide for a needy family during the holidays. When we have all those "leftovers", we freeze them for a surprise treat when Thanksgiving is a distant memory.
LasagneChristmas day is always a relaxed family day. We serve this Lasagne along with Chicken Tetrazinni, Spicy Italian Salad, garlic bread, and the Christ Child's birthday cake (Red Velvet Cake).
Red Velvet CakeRed Velvet Cake is not only a delicious Devil's Food Cake, it is a fun cake to make for the Holidays. I always make it at Christmas for The Christ Child's Birthday cake and bake it in either a Santa pan or a Christmas Tree pan and decorate it appropriately.
Cream Cheese FrostingCream Cheese Frosting is my daughter, Michelle's, favorite frosting. Not as sweet as buttercream, it's a perfect frosting for many cakes!
Crown Pork RoastWhile Olde English Prime Rib Roast is an awesome sight for Christmas dinner, it is also quite pricey. Crown Pork Roast is just as impressive in appearance, but at a much lower cost. When we are having quite a few guests for dinner, I opt for Crown Pork Roast.
Sausage and Apple StuffingI prefer to use hot sausage in my sausage stuffing recipes. The apples lend a slightly sweet taste and it is also wonderful to add 1/2 c. dried cranberries if you stuffing a turkey.
Twice Baked PotatoesMy son, Michael adores these potatoes. They always appear on the menu anytime he and his wife, Teri Leigh come for a visit.
Kentucky Pecan PieMy aunt, Mary Lou McIrvin gave this recipe to my mother 50 years ago. It is the only pecan pie recipe my family has used since.
Cherry PieMy late Father and my Daughter both loved cherry pie, not so much pecan pie, so we always had cherry pie at Christmas.
Sugar CookiesEver since he was a real little guy my grandson David has enjoyed helping me make holiday cookies. Or maybe he just likes eating them!
Cappuccino BrowniesMy longtime Sunday School teacher, the late David Griffin always wanted chocolate desserts at our Social events. This was a favorite of his.
Pecan TassiesPecan Tassies have been on our Christmas Cookie Tray for years. And, there are never any leftover!
Apricot Pecan TassiesMy grandson, David is allergic to nuts, so I make half of this recipe using apricots only and half using pecans and apricots. Everyone is happy!
Cream Cheese Cookie SnowmenI like to have an assortment of Christmas Cookies on hand to serve for Holiday gatherings, and for David, my grandson and his friends. To make it easy, I take a day and mix up the various cookie doughs, form the cookies, put them unbaked on a parchment lined paper plate, put in plastic freezer bags, write instructions on the bag and freeze. When I want to make a cookie assortment, I can pull however many I want to bake and decorate. I find this the easiest way to serve freshly baked Christmas cookies.
Cream Cheese Preserve Thumprint CookiesInstead of putting the pecans in the cookie dough, I like to chop the pecans very fine, dip half the cookie balls in egg white, then roll in pecans. The rest have no pecans, because my grandson, David is allergic to nuts.
Choco-Caramel DelightsThis is our absolutely favorite Christmas Cookie recipe. I roll half of the cookies in pecans and the other half are not rolled in pecans. My grandson, David is allergic to nuts. But either rolled in nuts or not, the cookies are awesome!
Chocolate TassiesWe chocolate lovers adore all kinds of chocolate goodies for Christmas. This one is special.
Molten Lava CakeOne might consider this a "fancy dessert" for a fun dinner party during the Holidays.
How to make GF CroutonsSeasoned crumbs or croutons are necessary for making stuffing for the Thanksgiving Turkey. These gluten free crumbs make a delectable stuffing.
Caramel SauceCaramel sauce is so good on so many things. Pound cake, Caramel Apple Pie, Ice Cream to name a few.
Chocolate Mocha Buttercream FrostingThis Chocolate Mocha Buttercream goes very well with Chocolate Mocha Cake or Chocolate Cake.
Homemade PastaThis pasta is well behaved and delicious. Do not be afraid to make it. Do not be afraid to use a pasta machine, this dough performs beautifully in a pasta machine, .and with Kitchen Aid pasta plates .
Vietnamese Fried Spring RollsMy daughter and I taught our Vietnamese friend how to make homemade hand dipped chocolates in exchange for her teaching us how to make our favorite Vietnamese dishes. One bite of these, and you'll think we got the better end of that bargain.
Spring Roll SauceThis is the authentic Spring Roll Sauce served in Vietnamese restaurants to dip Fried Spring Rolls.
Sugar Cookies IIMy grandson, David loves to help me bake decorated cookies. He likes to cut them out and put on the sprinkles (although he's a bit heavy-handed). We also like to eat them!
Chicken DivanChicken Divan is a Tea Room favorite. I make the recipe frequently using leftover chicken from a roasted or rotisserie chicken. My grandson loves this gluten free version.
Sausage Cheese Stuffed MushroomsWe love crab stuffed mushrooms, but since my grandson, David is allergic to seafood, we use sausage stuffing for his. Now we all love both versions of stuffed mushrooms.
Super Easy Hot Fudge SauceI love hot fudge sauce, particularly on brownies, topped with ice cream, topped with hot fudge. Delish!
Balsamic VinegretteBalsamic Vinegar adds so much flavor to this Italian Salad Dressing. Just perfect for robust flavor.
Fettuccine AlfredoFettuccine Alfredo is my daughter's favorite pasta dish. There is no butter in this recipe, the heavy cream is rich enough!
Slow Cooker Corned Beef in AleWhile we absolutely love this Corned Beef for dinner, we sometimes cook it just to get the corned beef slices to make reuben sandwiches. So Good!
White Sandwich Bread using Grandmas GF Bread MixOur family eats this bread every day and we love it!
White Bread using Grandmas GF Baking MixThis bread comes as close to wheat bread texture as we have found, and it has great taste!
Caesar SaladI love Caesar Salad. This recipe is from Julia Child who got it from the original Caesar. Except, of course, this one is gluten free. Enjoy!
Grandmas CornbreadOur family enjoys cornbread with fried chicken or fried catfish. This is a moist, delicious cornbread.
Candied Sweet PotatoesCandied sweet potatoes are always on our Thanksgiving table, and always popular.
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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!
Twelve years ago when my only grandson, David, was 21 months old he was diagnosed failure to thrive and his parents were told he was starving to death. It was Celiac Disease. We had never heard of Celiac Disease, but were told that he could never again eat anything containing wheat, barley, oats, or rye. David liked toast and jam for his breakfast, so I went to the grocery and bought a loaf of gluten free bread, which when he took a bite, he promptly spit out. I tasted it, I might as well have eaten the wrapper it came in, it wouldn't have tasted any worse. Since I am a baker and bread maker, I thought "how hard can it be to simply replace the wheat flour and make my own gluten free bread?" I bought rice flour and attempted to make bread with it...a total disaster. OK, I thought, this is going to be a bit more difficult than anticipated. Next, I bought bread mixes at the store and they were better, but I believed that I surely could do better. Since my son-in-law is a chemist he helped me to determine the ratio of proteins and starches needed in various alternative flours that would most closely resemble those properties in wheat flours. We turned to ancient grains for the most part and developed our own gluten free flour blend; Grandmas Gluten Free Goodies was born. This cookbook has the recipe for making white sandwich bread, hamburger buns, and slider buns using Grandmas GF Bread Mix which has everything in it except for milk, eggs, and oil which you add. I have also included the recipes for white sandwich bread, hamburger buns, and slider buns using Grandmas GF Baking Mix which I use for all my baking. For more information about Grandmas GF Bread Mix or Grandmas GF Baking Mix or to purchase, the website is http://grandmasgfgoodies.com. There the ingredients are listed in case of allergies. Please feel free to email us [email protected] with any questions. Happy Baking!
Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners can be depressing when you have Celiac Disease. Imagine that you are invited to dinner at your in-laws and of course they don't really understand the restrictions of your diet. You can eat the turkey, but even then if it was stuffed with bread stuffing you run the risk of cross contamination. You can eat the mashed potatoes, and the sweet potatoes and hope that no spoons used to serve these dishes also went into the broccoli rice casserole or the green bean casserole and contaminated the potatoes. No gravy, no rolls, no casseroles, no desserts. Here's an idea- volunteer to bring a dish like Broccoli Rice Casserole or Green Bean Casserole and a pie from this cookbook that is gluten free to take to a holiday gathering so you know there will something there that you like and can eat (just be sure you get to it first). Or better yet host the Holiday dinner for your family and no one but you will know it's Gluten Free. Many of my customers also have other allergies, the most common is dairy allergies. For those who also have dairy allergies, all the recipes in this cookbook can be made very successfully using coconut milk or almond milk and dairy free margarine. Please check out our website for the ingredients in our Baking Mixes http://grandmasgfgoodies.com or feel free to contact our email with any questions or suggestions [email protected] . I hope this cookbook helps you to enjoy your gluten free journey! Jeanne & Michelle
My toddler grandson was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 12 years ago. No cereal, no bread, no pasta! Our family's first thought was, what can he eat? I bought bread at the store and it was awful. My son in law is a chemist so over the past 12 years he has helped me to choose alternative flours based on their protein and starch content that most closely resemble the properties in wheat flour and I have developed my own baking blends, "Grandmas Gluten Free Bread Mix", "Grandmas Gluten Free Baking Mix" and "Grandmas Gluten Free Cake Mix". I teach people how to set up a gluten free kitchen, how to make their own bread, pancakes, waffles, crepes, muffins, scones, tea breads, cakes, and pies using my blends. I also have customers with dairy allergies; all the recipes in this cookbook also work very well using either coconut milk or almond milk and dairy free margarine that is good for baking. My customers have requested this cookbook to help them on their gluten free and loving it journey! Please take a look at our website to see the ingredients in our baking mixes http://grandmasgfgoodies.com and feel free to contact our email with any questions or suggestions [email protected] I hope you love the journey, too. Jeanne & Michelle