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Recipes I've Shared:

Potato and Green Pea Soup

Thick and yummy and oh so easy.

Carrot Ginger Tofu Soup - Vitamix

easy blender soup with lots of kick

Fruit Salad Smoothie - from Vitamix

Good fruit and vegetable mix - could use more citrus fruit I think - maybe a slice of lime to spice it up!

Healthy Gluten Free Granola cereal topping

This is a recipe I adapted to use Gluten free oats. I combine oats, with Quinoa flakes and buckwheat flakes. Any variety of seeds or nuts could be used, as well as coconut flakes. The seasonings can be increased for added flavor, and the nutmeg could be substituted with ginger. Any variety of dry fruit can be used. I happen to have dry cranberries on hand all the time so I just use them. My kids love this as a topping for yogurt .

Omega Cookies

Healthy, nutty, vegan cookies, and yummy, too.

Simple Chicken Enchilada casserole

gluten free and easy to make

Soybeans in tomato sauce

Didn't know what to do with soybeans so I threw this together and it wasn't too bad.

MAKEOVER: Sesame Chicken: SparkRecipes Un-Chained Recipe Contest Finalist (by WRITEFROMHOME)

A slimmed-down version of sesame chicken from PF Chang's and other Chinese restaurants.

Wholesome Apple Muffins (Bread)

Yummy and healthy, this muffin makes a great snack or part of a good breakfast.

Simple Tofu and Vegetable Stir Fry with Ginger

This recipe is for tofu, but I've left the tofu out of the calc so you can add chicken or whatever you'd like.

Vegetarian Pasta Sauce with Lentils

vegetarian and gluten-free; a healthy protein rich chunky vegetable topper for spaghetti.
Use your own preference for seasonings if you like a lot of flavor.

Gluten free burger buns

These easy to make buns use no gluten, no sugar and no yeast.

Amazing Meatless Chili

Easy to make and delicious chili made without meat.

pancakes with flax

I make these with a gluten free flour blend but the original recipe used all purpose flour. Good either way. Nutritional info is based on rice flour and tapioca starch.