GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-JUNE 2020
Arctic Orange Pineapple or Mango Pie
Butterscotch Peanut Pretzel Bars
Santa Fe Chicken with Black Beans, Corn, and Sweet Peppers
Orange Glazed Grilled Pork Tenderloin
How to cook fluffy Jasmine Rice
Southwest Chopped Salad
Green Salad with Oranges and GF fried onions
Honey Lemon Rotisserie (or Roast) Chicken
Buttery Chateau Potatoes
Cheesy Corny Cornbread
Strawberries and Cream Cake
GF Vanilla Wafer
Vanilla Custard (pudding)
Chicken Cutlets with Fresh Spinach, Sundried Tomatoes, and Parmesan
Dulce de Leche
Individual Dulce de Leche Cheesecakes
Fresh Peach Pie
GF PIE PASTRY
Black Bean and Corn Salsa
Romaine Salad w Artichokes
Boston Creme Cake
Simply grilled chicken
Garlic or Cheese Bread
Crusty French Bread
Honey Sesame Grilled Pork
Asian Chopped Salad
Triple Chocolate Brownies
Arctic Orange Pineapple or Mango PieA cool summertime dessert when the temperature soars. Our favorite is pineapple topped with fresh pineapple.
Butterscotch Peanut Pretzel BarsAn easy summertime snack that require no cooking, so no heat in the kitchen.
Santa Fe Chicken with Black Beans, Corn, and Sweet PeppersChicken works beautifully with Southwest flavors. The chicken can be served as it is or it can be cut in strips and served with tortillas along side.
Orange Glazed Grilled Pork TenderloinPork tenderloin is a favorite because the meat is always tender and flavorful. Also because Pork tenderloin is so versaltile and cooks relatively quickly.
How to cook fluffy Jasmine RiceOur family enjoys Asian dishes which are usually served with fluffy Jasmine rice. I always purchase my Jasmine rice from the Asian market because it is fresher and has nothing added to it.
Southwest Chopped SaladOur family enjoys this salad with a variety of Tex Mex and Southwest dishes such as Enchiladas, Tamale Pie, Cilantro Lime Chicken, etc.
Green Salad with Oranges and GF fried onionsTwenty years ago a good friend, Judy Basolo, brought this salad to a church social. We loved it. This recipe is the adaptation after celiac, and we still love it!
Honey Lemon Rotisserie (or Roast) ChickenHoney lemon and rosemary are just so good with chicken. We particularly enjoy this combination of flavors.
Buttery Chateau PotatoesWho can resist new potatoes tender inside and crisp outside swimming in garlic butter?
Cheesy Corny CornbreadOur family really enjoys this cornbread, which is really more of side dish than a bread.
Layered SaladLayered salads were very popular back in the 1950's to take to family reunions and church potlucks. This recipe is my mother's recipe. Our family enjoys it so much we just call it "Favorite Salad".
Strawberries and Cream CakeOur family loves fresh strawberries, but they do not care for strawberry shortcake. So this is one of the ways we enjoy fresh strawberries in season.
Banana PuddingThis dessert was off limits until I discovered how to make GF vanilla wafers. Now we enjoy it regularly.
GF Vanilla WaferThese vanilla wafers are great to keep on hand to use in making banana pudding, they also are great to use for making a cookie pie crust.
Vanilla Custard (pudding)This vanilla custard is naturally GF and delicious. I use it frequently for puddings and pie fillings.
Chicken Cutlets with Fresh Spinach, Sundried Tomatoes, and ParmesanOur family enjoys chicken often, while this recipe is low carb we really love the flavors of chicken, spinach, sundried tomatoes, and of course, cheese together. To make it dairy free, simply skip the cheeses, spread the tops of chicken with mayo and sprinkle with bacon bits. Still wonderful!
GF MacaroniThis 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 both my pasta machine and with my Kitchen Aid pasta plates.
Beef TamalesDuring a visit to the Old Mexico area of San Antonio, Texas I bought an authentic tamale from a Mexican food truck. I have loved tamales ever since.
Dulce de LecheDulce de Leche can be purchased at grocers, particularly at Hispanic or International markets. But you never know if it is really gluten free. Make it yourself to be sure.
Individual Dulce de Leche CheesecakesDulce de Leche cheesecake is the favorite cheesecake of the women in our family. We used to enjoy it at the Cheesecake Factory, now we can enjoy it Gluten Free at home.
Fresh Peach PieYesterday we visited the Amish farms in Kentucky and bought fresh peaches. Fresh peaches call to me "make pie, make pie". It was delicious.
GF PIE PASTRYI tried every GF pie pastry recipe I could find, but wasn't happy with the result. Finally, I went back to my original pie pastry recipe from "Baking with Julia" and converted it to GF by replacing the wheat flour with GGFG Baking mix which has the percentages of protein and starch that most closely resembles wheat flour, and adding zanthum gum and an egg to approximate the properties of gluten in wheat flour. Finally, a pastry that has the flavor and the flakiness of old fashioned pie pastry but is GF.
Black Bean and Corn SalsaWhen I lived Oklahoma a friend brought this salsa to a party. Everyone loved it and it was the first to go.
Blueberry PieRoll out half of pie pastry into a 12” circle between sheets of parchment paper dusted with GF flour. Remove top sheet of parchment paper, lift pie pastry and parchment paper and invert into pie plate, pressing it down into plate. Trim edges. Put blueberries in a large bowl, add lemon juice and mix well. In a small bowl mix together sugar, tapioca starch, salt, and cinnamon. Pour over berries and stir well. Pour mixture into pastry lined pie plate. Top with butter, cut in pieces. Top with the second half of pie pastry rolled out like the first. If you are using a fancy cookie cutter to cut vent in pie, do so now. Turn edges under. Brush pie with milk or egg white and sprinkle sugar over all. Crimp edges. If you have not vented pie pastry, cut vents in top now. Bake pie in an oven preheated to 375F for 1 hour to 1 hour and fifteen minutes. Frozen berries will take 15 minutes longer. Cover pie with foil if getting too brown. Let cool at least 2-3 hours before serving to settle juices.
Romaine Salad w ArtichokesThis romaine salad is our family's salad of choice to enjoy with Italian food and other hearty dishes.
Balsamic VinaigretteI used to make this salad dressing with Good Seasons Zesty Italian Dressing mix. When David was diagnosed with Celiac disease I started reading ingredients on packages and to my surprise the Zesty Italian Dressing contained wheat and soy. So now I simply add my own Italian seasonings and the Balsamic Dressing is as delicious as ever.
Boston Creme CakeIn 1856 when the (now) Omni Parker House Hotel in Boston created Boston Cream Pie, cakes and pies were baked in the same pans; hence the name Boston crème pie which is today considered a cake. Call it a pie, call it a cake, it is still delicious.
Yellow CakeYellow cake makes an excellent vanilla, almond, or lemon flavored cake. It is also a cake to have in your arsenal as a foundation cake for numerous other recipes.
Simply grilled chickenSometime I simply want plain grilled chicken to add to a Caesar salad, for example. This works very well.
Crusty French BreadOur family loves Italian food. With the Italian food we enjoy toasted French bread that we spread with roasted garlic. This gluten free version of French bread is very close to the "real thing".
Honey Sesame Grilled PorkPork naturally is very good with Asian flavors. Our family enjoys this grilled pork dish in the warmer months when we don't want to heat up the kitchen.
Caesar SaladCaesar Salad is a favorite in our house. This dressing is so good and so easy to make, you'll never buy the bottled Caesar again.
Asian Chopped SaladWhen living in Oklahoma our Vietnamese friends taught me how to make fried spring rolls and other Vietnamese dishes in exchange for teaching her how to make homemade chocolates. We love a meal of Fried Spring rolls and Chopped Asian Salad. This is also a go-to recipe for using leftover roast or rotisserie chicken in the warmer months. It makes a lovely Chopped Asian Chicken Salad.
Triple Chocolate BrowniesBrownies are delicious and can be varied by using different extracts and frostings. You can be very confident serving these to your friends who do not need to be gluten free, they are so good they will never know the difference.
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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