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Another Gluten Free Blog

…With some great-looking recipes! I have her carrot cake in the oven right now, made with Ener-G egg replacer. (The girls helped me make it for my birthday today.) And I plan to make the coconut frosting as well. Yummy!

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Top Secret Recipes

Have you ever wanted an In-n-Out double double, but been miles from Southern California?

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My Recipes

So, I’ve been working with Accuchef for a couple of weeks now, and I have to say, it really has made a difference. I can find recipes faster, it’s easier to put together a creative menu with a shopping list, and if I find a recipe I want to try – it’s a breeze to add it!

People often ask me how I learned to cook this way. The answer is trial and error! I have made many many things that did not taste good, but practice pays off. I have been cooking several meals a week since 2000, so I’ve had some time to experiment. So, with that said, here’s a CSV file of my recipes. If you download Accuchef, you can also download this file and import it. Then, you should be able to view all the recipes easily. I could also make a PDF of them, if anyone is interested, but I didn’t want to think that hard. Let me know if you want me to though, and I will. Some of the recipes in this file are favorites and some I haven’t actually tried, but they all (with minor changes) represent the way we eat around here.

Please let me know if this is helpful to you, and feel free to share some of your favorites too – I can always use new inspiration!

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Encouragement

This has been kind of a tough week for me, for various reasons. Staci sent me this site last week, and it has provided so much encouragement to me this week, both spiritually and in the food area. I have never found any site that had recipes with only things we can all eat! Plus, she uses all natural sweeteners. It’s amazing for me to be able to cook straight from a recipe, without tons of substitutions that may or may not work. Plus, her food is SO good.

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Recipe File

In my never-ending attempt to save money while eating healthy, I’m currently trying a 60-day trial of AccuChef. Before you laugh, let me tell you what this thing does. You can put all of your recipes in it, organize them by type, add them to a grocery list, price out your meals, do meal planning, and probably other things I have yet to figure out. You can even import recipes from recipe websites, and print out recipe books to give to friends or as gifts. I think it’s pretty cool. And it’s shareware, so after 60 uses, the registration is only $20. Pretty good deal, I think.

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Gluten Free Playdough

We made this and played while we waited for Daddy to come home from his half day of work today.

Gluten Free Playdough recipe:

1/2 cup rice flour

1/2 cup corn starch

1/2 cup salt

2 tsp. cream of tartar

1 cup hot water

1 tsp. cooking oil

food coloring

Mix all ingredients together in saucepan, cook on low heat, stirring occassionally for at least 5 minutes or until it forms a ball. Remove from heat, let cool for 10 minutes. Scoop into a large bowl, add at least 1/2 cup more rice flour, and 1/2 cup more corn starch, knead until well mixed and no longer sticky. Store in airtight container. If it gets to dry, add a few drops of water, If it’s too sticky add more rice flour and corn starch in equal amounts.

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Um…yum.

Gluten-free sugar cookies for Christmas. If that doesn’t do it for ya, I made them sugar-free sugar cookies, by using 3/4 c maple syrup in place of the sugar, and skip the 3 T of milk. They look good, they smell good, they have gluten-free sprinkles on top, and they won’t make anybody sick. Nice.

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