gf and me’s spring citrus cheesecake

This refreshing combination of citrus and mint is heavenly on a warm spring day. Play with the flavours:  use lemons, limes, oranges or combine all three! For an extra special treat, “ice” your cake with a thin layer of your favorite marmalade. citrusThe recipe below is for a crustless cheesecake, but you can also use a pre-made gf crust (like Patsy Pie’s graham crust) or make your own.

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geoff’s favourite oatmeal chocolate chip cookies (sshhhh…they’re gluten free)

These gluten free oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are crunchy on the outside, chewy in the middle, and full of the rich flavours of chocolate and coconut. Make a double batch ’cause they won’t last long!

oatmeal cookies

Oats lower cholesterol, are an excellent source of plant protein, and good source of iron. However, not everyone who has celiac disease can tolerate them, even when the oats are gluten free. If you have questions, talk to your physician or dietitian.

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Like this? You might also enjoy these other gluten free recipes:

gluten free dad's cookies. gfandme.comDad’s Cookies

gluten free ginger snaps. gf and me.Ginger cookies

Old Fashioned Nut Butter CookiesOld Fashioned Nut Butter Cookies

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gluten free all-purpose flour recipe

GFANDME'S CONVERSION TIPS AND FLOUR RECIPESOur early post on gluten free flours has been one of gf and me’s most popular so we decided to update it. If you have been coming here for flour recipes, don’t panic. Below, you will still find all the same information that was here before. However, now along with that information you’ll find some of our tips on converting recipes from glutinous to gluten free.

Below, you will find a description of how we tailor gf flour mixes to recipes, tips on adding moist to dry ingredients in gf recipes, our suggestions for gf all-purpose ready-made flour blends, and links to other gf flour recipes.

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gf and me’s teriyaki stir fry

This hearty stir fry has lots veggies and great teriyaki flavour. It’s quick and has great “plate” appeal, making it the perfect choice for a busy work day meal or for easy entertaining.


It can easily be veganized by removing the beef and using a GF vegetable stock.

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Best Ever Gluten Free Pizza!

gluten free pizza. gfandme 2013

Here is a re-posting of one of gf and me’s first blogs. It’s sooo good, we think it warrants a second round. AND it even comes with homemade cinnamon rolls for dessert.

This would make a great informal Sunday dinner. It does take a bit of time, but it’s worth it! Make it a family project and spend some time together in the kitchen.

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gf and me’s roasted potatoes – great for summer BBQ’s

Great for casual dinners, outdoor parties, or camping, these potatoes taste awesome and can be done in the oven, on the grill, or even in your Tfal actifry fryer. They go with everything from chicken to burgers to steak!

roasted potatoesBe creative with the spices. We like this chili version but equal amounts of dill, basil, thyme, marjoram, oregano and pepper flakes works wonderfully too.

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Sinful Chocolate Mousse Cake – no flour required!

This no flour chocolate cake is OVERLOADED with divine CHOCOLATE and melt in your mouth goodness. And like most recipes on gf and me, it’s surprisingly easy to make.

Don’t be surprised if the neighbours come calling when it’s in the oven. It smells THAT good!

chocolate muffin

Looking for gluten free chocolate cake recipes? Try these from

chocolate hazelnut cupcakes. gfandme.comchocolate hazelnut cupcakes – made with hazelnut flour!

gluten free dark chocolate cake decadently dark chocolate cake – no one will know it’s gluten free

dark chocolate quinoa browniesquinoa brownies – a family favorite

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gf and me’s Chicken Parmesan – gluten free no less

This Parmesan chicken is easy to make but will look AND TASTE like it took you hours to prepare. Pair it with your favorite gluten free pasta and marinara sauce. And don’t forget the wine…


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