Posts Tagged ‘gluten free recipes’

Apple And Cheese Muffin Recipe With Or Without Wheat Flour

June 9th, 2015

Recipe For High-Protein Tasty Muffins. This is a wonderful recipe which I have adapted from a basic muffin recipe to include grated apple with cheese.  You can make it either with Gluten free flour, or use plain wheat flour. It is a recipe you can rely on for muffins which have a high protein content and which are full of flavour, with a light texture. Apple and Cheese Muffins are an ideal thing to make for those 'bring a plate' occasions, or to give to people in need of a little TLC.  I have been making them for my elderly neighbour who needs ...

Gluten Free Almond Fruit Cake Recipe

March 9th, 2015

Healthy Treat Recipe Uses No Wheat, No Butter, No Oils. This Almond Fruit Cake Recipe Uses No Grains At All Here is a welcome little recipe for people with sensitivity to wheat and other grains.  Those who have coeliac diseases will enjoy this one. Just the thing for a children's party when some children are on gluten free diets, or for those school lunches to provide a healthy snack filled with protein-rich goodness. If you prefer, and no one is allergic to peanuts, then peanuts could be substituted for the almonds. You will need: 4 eggs 1/2 cup boiling water 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon cream of tartar 3/4 ...

Gluten Free Protein Rich Dumplings For Soup

March 6th, 2013

Gluten Free Recipe Using Chick Pea Flour: How To Make Wheat-Free Dumplings. These are really delicious things:  Great for celiacs or other people following wheat free or gluten free diets.  The chick pea flour dumplings will give richness and flavour to your winter soups, and provide good protein as well. They come out well when they are cooked in a vegetable soup which has plenty of clear liquid in it. These gluten free dumplings are a great protein resource for vegetarians.  Of course, you can add a little gravy beef or fish if you wish. Take one regular cup of chick pea flour, also called ...

Homemade Gluten Free Pickled Ginger (Uncooked)

October 31st, 2012

Herbal Recipe:  How To Make Your Own Gluten Free, Uncooked, Pickled Ginger. This easy recipe can be used as a condiment and as an herbal remedy. Making your own pickled ginger is a rewarding exercise. Apart from the creative process of making it, you can also gain satisfaction from the knowledge that your homemade product does not contain any added harmful preservatives which a commercial product might use. Homemade pickled ginger is useful as an addition to curries, meat, fish or vegetarian dishes, and can also be used as a medicine, taken a teaspoon at a time. Ginger has been used in traditional Chinese ...

Gluten Free Gingered Cabbage Soup Recipe

September 2nd, 2012

Nutrient-Rich Cabbage-Ginger  Soup To Help Fight Flu and Colds Note:  I don't believe that Warfarin and other chemical blood thinners are good for anyone, and I believe that the natural sources are the way to go. However, if you ARE taking warfarin, or any other blood thinner, then you should steer clear of this recipe.  Cabbage and ginger are both natural blood thinners, and so if you include them in your diet, together with a synthetic blood-thinner such as warfarin, the result might be too much blood-thinner. Natural Food-Based Blood Thinners:  You might ask yourself, 'Well.  Perhaps I should switch to the natural ...
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