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These gluten-free graham crackers are a HIT with everyone! Even my mom, who is very picky about replications of foods that she loves, said these are SO much better than regular! Submitted by KRAVMAGAGIRL
If you are gluten-free like me, you should know how hard it is to find a recipe for gluten-free tortillas that bend without breaking; that are big enough to actually wrap around something; and that taste like flour tortillas! Well look no further... here it is!Submitted by MRS_MORRIS
This version of macaroon cookies is reminiscent of the popular Almond Joy candy bars. In this recipe, pineapple replaces some of the sugar for natural sweetness, and egg whites are used in place of condensed milk for a lighter and healthier macaroon.Submitted by MARISACHURCHILL
Tender spinach and sweet pears are drizzled with tangy vinaigrette, then topped with rich blue cheese and crisp red onion for a salad you'll love.
This is a recipe that will blow you away! Even people who do not appreciate this sort of thing (like myself) will love it. I made all my beans from dried, but you can use canned if you are not concerned about corn derivatives. Just be sure to rinse and drain them! The original recipe called for 1 1/2 C cooked corn instead of chick peas, but I changed it to make the recipe corn and gluten free. You can always experiment with other types of beans. The friend who gave me this recipe put pinto beans in hers.
*****NOTE***** If you want to be sure that this recipe is also corn safe, you must:
1) use a high quality red wine vinegar -- check the label or call the manufacturer!
2) cook your own beans (or use a canned product that lists beans as its sole ingredient!)
3) use real lime juice that you squeeze from the fruit!
4) use non-iodized salt!
5) use high quality spices you can trust, like McCormick single ingredient spices (in this case, cumin)
FYI: 'Qinoa' is pronounced "keen-WAH"
I'll try to get a better pic next time I make it. I ate it all before I thought of it!Submitted by CARMOORELLA
A pie crust that's healthy and meets all your friends dietary needs! Only 32 calories and 1.2 grams of protein per mini-crust. Check out my protein pumpkin cheesecake filling for a healthy pie option!Submitted by VALOLIPHANT
This bread is great for people with gluten intolerance. (Check ingredients on packages to ensure they are gluten-free.) This dense bread goes well with jam or, oddly enough, cottege cheese.Submitted by JENC42
Easy to make, high fiber, and no grains of any kind. Great for a low-carb diet or just a flax fanatic like myself! Submitted by KRAVMAGAGIRL
These chewy, super-nutritious and gluten free granola bars are adapted from Vintage Mixer, who adopted it from Alton Brown: http://vintagemixer.blogspot.com/2010/02/dried-fruit-and-nut-granola-bars.htmlSubmitted by JO_JO_BA