Lunch and Dinner

Lunch and dinner are two meals where you can get pretty creative but are often filled with gluten and dairy. There is a combination of some meals that will require a bit of prep in order to fully get the effect of gluten (without the gluten itself) and others are perfect for a weekday meal before you’re off to the races. Be careful with your veggies though: mine are always low fibre but feel free to make it your own with some high fibre goodness.

Curried Cabbage and Trout

This is a bit of a cheater meal as it requires a pre-bagged batch of slaw. Feel free to make your own slaw if you need a bit more of a home made touch. What you will need: a small onion, diced two tablespoons olive oil 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder 1/2… Continue reading Curried Cabbage and Trout

Veal Acorn Squash

The contrast of the veal – which has a naturally gamier taste – is perfect with the sweetness of the acorn squash. In fact we enhance the contrast through the cooking process, making these flavors really pop. My advice is to cook the onion and set aside. Prepare the squash and put it in the… Continue reading Veal Acorn Squash

Easy No-Bean Chili

If you are craving chili – with oodles of beef – but cant tolerate the beans, this recipe is for you! This is a lovely crock pot (slow cooker) recipe that simmers for 4-6 hours. What you will need: 2 lbs ground beef 1 small onion, chopped 2 large bell peppers (any color), seeded and… Continue reading Easy No-Bean Chili

Gluten Free Pizza Crust

We shopped high and low for a perfect gluten free pizza crust. Now, this recipe has replaced them all. Its so easy to make and will be your go-to for all things pizza. UPDATE!! After acquiring the American Test Kitchen Gluten Free cookbook I started to play around with this recipe to see if I… Continue reading Gluten Free Pizza Crust

Best ever Potato Salad

This is hands down the best potato salad ever. Its chunky, and creamy and addictive. What you will need: 8 medium potatoes 1 1/2 cups mayonnaise 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 1 tablespoon yellow mustard 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 5 hard boiled eggs 1/2 teaspoon paprika Preparation: In a medium sauce pan, add… Continue reading Best ever Potato Salad

The best meat lasagna!

So first off, this is a gluten free recipe that can be used with normal pasta if you want to. And, for dairy I can call it cow-milk free as it uses a combination of vegan mozzarella cheese and goat cheese. What you will need: one box of gluten-free lasagna noodles (Catelli is my preferred).… Continue reading The best meat lasagna!

Avocado Basil Pesto

I absolutely cannot take credit for this recipe but I am absolutely in love. I am still eating this… as I type… but I could not bare keeping this from you since I just posted these divine pictures on instagram. has shared this recipe on pinterest. Click for the recipe here.

Cabbage Soup

I got on a cabbage kick when I first cut wheat out of my diet. I wanted to make sure that I wasnt replacing wheat with crap, so I looked for very healthy, very pure recipes. Like most soups you make at home, it will last for a long time (the amount, not the shelf… Continue reading Cabbage Soup

Easy Meaty tomato sauce

There are tons of substitutes for pasta dishes using eggplant, zucchini or gluten-free pasta. But what makes a meaty pasta dish divine is the sauce. Sorry to my endo sisters who dont eat meat, but if you do, this sauce is going to stick around in my family for life. So simple and intuitive and… Continue reading Easy Meaty tomato sauce