GOING GLUTEN FREE AND LOVING IT-FEBRUARY 2020
Spicy Orange Pork Medallions
Mediterranean Chicken and Vegetales
Mocha Truffle Bars
Roasted Frozen Green Beans
German Apple Cake
Smoked Paprika Roasted Chicken Breast
Black Forest Cake
Roasted Winter Veggies
Baked Macaroni and Cheese
Fresh Strawberry Sauce
CRUSTY FRENCH BREAD WITH GARLIC BUTTER
Crispy Chicken Tenders
Crispy Potato Wedges
Roast Pork Tenderloin
Roasted, Smashed Yukon Gold Potatoes
Garden fresh Green Beans
Triple Chocolate Brownies
Pot Roast and Vegetable or Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
Caramel Ribbon Brownies
Sauteed Chicken with baby spinach, heirloom cherry tomatoes, and parmesan
Southwest Seasoning Mix
Southwest Chicken Strips w Veggies
Southwest Chopped Salad
Crunchy Coleslaw with Poppy Seed Dressing
Spicy Orange Pork MedallionsOur family enjoys Asian inspired pork tenderloin, and this one is a keeper. The recipe is simple enough for busy weeknight meals, but elegant enough for company.
Mediterranean Chicken and VegetalesSheet pan dinners are the rage, and with good reason. This dinner is delicious and easy on the cook with only one pan to clean.
Mocha Truffle BarsI treat our family to desserts on the weekends, so I am always looking for ways to please the family with the current treat. Mocha Truffle Bars are a pleaser.
Roasted Frozen Green BeansI can't always get fresh green beans that look good. So I always keep frozen green beans on hand for those times. While we typically don't care for frozen green beans, our family loves this recipe.
German Apple CakeOur family is quite fond of German food and this is a great dessert to go with a German meal.
Black Forest CakeBlack Forest Cake is my daughter's favorite cake, she usually requests it for her birthday. In Germany, Black Forest Cake is made with dark cherries that are marinated in Kirsch, and is much less sweet. This cake is an Americanized version, but delicious nonetheless.
Roasted Winter VeggiesDirect heat through roasting or grilling veggies carmelizes them bringing out their natural sweetness. This cooking method is also healthier because their is minimal loss of vitamins. And they simply taste wonderful.
Butterscotch PuddingPudding is always a favorite with small children and older folks. It is an easy dessert to have ready in minutes, and usually with ingredients you already have on hand.
Baked Macaroni and CheeseMacaroni and cheese is comfort food at it's best. Our family enjoys this on a cold Winter day and it's an easy dish to make!
Italian MeatballsOur family likes Baked Penne with Italian Meatballs and Italian Meatball Subs. These meatballs are perfect!
Marinara SauceHomemade marinara is so much tastier, not to mention healthier, than the grocery store variety. And it's so easy to make!
Fresh Strawberry SauceThis fresh strawberry sauce is so much better tasting than canned toppings in the grocery store. It maintains it's fresh strawberry flavor for topping sundaes, cakes, waffles, or cheesecakes.
Individual CheesecakesThis is a great recipe to take to picnics and potlucks. A wonderful spring and summertime treat.
CRUSTY FRENCH BREAD WITH GARLIC BUTTERCrusty French bread is awesome with Italian food. I also use this recipe to make small French breads for Sub sandwiches.
Cookie CrustFor cream pies, French silk pie, and Chess pie, our family prefers a cookie crust. This is really good.
Crispy Chicken TendersOur family loves crispy chicken tenders with BBQ, honey mustard, and ranch. Yummy!
Roasted, Smashed Yukon Gold PotatoesOur family loves roasted potatoes, and this recipe is just a little different twist on an old favorite.
Garden fresh Green BeansMy family has always had a garden, until I moved to Tennessee. My grandparents and parents always allowed their green beans to grow until the beans filled out the pod. Consequently, those green beans had to be cooked much longer. I, on the other hand, always preferred my green beans to be picked when they were just formed, young and tender. These young tender green beans can be boiled briefly and seasoned simply with salt and pepper to be delicious. When picking your green beans from the garden, or from your produce store, keep the size in mind.
Pot Roast and Vegetable or Mashed Potatoes & GravyPot roast with mashed potatoes and gravy is a family favorite. Technically, it is braised beef. Every ethnicity has a recipe for braised beef, the French call it Boeuf a la mode, the Germans call it Sauerbraten, the Greeks call it Kokkinisto, the Italians call it Brasato; whatever you call it, or however you season it, it is delicious.
Caramel SauceYou'll never buy store bought caramel sauce again. When you make it yourself, you know it Gluten Free.
Caramel Ribbon BrowniesChocolate and Caramel is a match made in heaven, so these brownies are heavenly.
Sauteed Chicken with baby spinach, heirloom cherry tomatoes, and parmesanOur family loves baby spinach and heirloom cherry tomatoes, so any recipe containing those ingredients is going to be a hit. And so it is!
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.
Tiramisu CakeWhile I enjoy classic Tiramisu, it starts with making GF ladyfingers. Frankly, this cake is much easier, and I still get the flavors.
Southwest Seasoning MixI prefer to make my own taco and fahita mixes so I know they are GF. It is also less expensive and better tasting.
Southwest Chicken Strips w VeggiesOur family lived in Oklahoma for many years and developed an enjoyment of Southwest crusine. This easy Chicken meal is a summertime favorite.
Fresh SalsaWhere we lived in Oklahoma no one ever purchased jarred salsa. Nearly everyone made their own salsa or only purchased fresh salsa. Fresh is easy to make and tastes oh so good!
Southwest Chopped SaladThis salad is so good with Southwest and Mexican dishes. It is also good topped with grilled chicken for a main dish.
JagerschnitzelWhen I lvied in Cincinnati, my next door neighbors were from Munich, Germany and we became good friends. Since there is a huge German influence in Cincinnati they have a marvelous Oktoberfest celebration where I tried Jagerschnitzel. My German friends gave me the recipe and I have been making it and other German specialties ever since, GF of course.
Sauteed CabbageI grew up detesting cabbage because my parents always boiled it. Back in the 1970's I had a large garden. I had planted broccoli in the early Spring and I was waiting for stalks of broccoli to emerge. My parents came to visit and I was showing my Dad my broccoli, he said "I don't see any broccoli but I see some very fine cabbages". My broccoli turned out to be cabbage. I found this recipe for sautéed cabbage, turns out I love cabbage.
Crunchy Coleslaw with Poppy Seed DressingThis recipe is a delicious variation of traditional creamy coleslaw. Fancy enough to serve guests.
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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!