Looking for Gluten and Dairy Free Recipes

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I'm looking for dairy free and gluten free recipes for kids with GI issues.
Does anyone have some or know of a good free website that does?



Crystal - posted on 03/18/2010




My spouse has Crohn's which includes a gluten-free diet and my son is sensitive to over 20 common foods (including egg, gluten, dairy, casin, soy, etc.) needless to say meals are tricky at my house. The following 3 great books we use all the time.

Allergy Self-Help Cookbook, The: Over 350 Natural Food Recipes Free Of All Common Food Allergens by Marjorie Hurt Jones
Complete Gluten-Free Cookbook: 150 Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free Recipes, Many with Egg-Free Variations - by Donna Washburn
Finally-- Food I Can Eat by Shirley Plant

Feel free to contact me if you'd like more helpful sites and companies that produce gluten-free goods.

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Lani - posted on 03/18/2010




I too am gluten & dairy intolerant. I have a great book called "Allergy-Safe Family Food" by Suzanna Paxton, it has lots of easy recipes & an easy to follow key so you know exactly what allergens (if any) are in the recipe (eg. egg, soy, dairy, gluten etc.)
In Australia we can get a powdered 'milk' product called Whey-lite, which some dairy intolerant people can have. I use that in my cooking as a milk substitute, sometimes it works, sometimes not. My favourite treat (own recipe) is:
Chicken breast fillets, rinsed & cut into 4-5 pieces, dip in a bowl of Whey-lite (could use egg), then roll in a mix of equal parts brown rice flour, corn crumbs, rice crumbs. Throw in deep fryer until cooked. YUM!
If all else fails, you can't go past fresh fruit & veg, & unprocessed meat.

Amber - posted on 03/17/2010




The Cook Awakening on facebook is good, also The Body Ecology diet has a fb page. I don't have the URLs on hand but you can find lots of good links on those pages. :)

Bethanie - posted on 03/16/2010




http://glutenfreegirl.blogspot.com/ Tons of recipes here! Also, I have a baked chicken nuggets recipe that is yummy!

Dice one chicken breast per person into bite size pieces

Dip into melted dairy free butter (like earth balance)

Shake off excess and roll each nugget into roughly crushed up crackers.* I use Ritz (obviously not gluten free) so maybe Glutino crackers would work well, too?

Pop them onto a baking sheet and bake at 350 for 25-30 or until golden brown.

Stacie - posted on 03/16/2010




Both my Dad and my brother have Celiac disease, and I rely on Celiac.com for gluten free recipes. If any of their recipes include dairy, I'm sure you could substitute almond or soy milk and get similar results. Good luck!

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