These pancakes are lightly sweetened with just a hint of a crust on the outside. They’re also easy to make so make lots ’cause you can freeze them. Try one thawed in the toaster with peanut butter or your favorite jam for a quick weekday breakfast.
Any all purpose gf flour will work for these gluten free pancakes, but we like to use Cloud 9 – made in New Westminster, British Columbia and found at our local Costco. Made with Cloud 9 flour, these pancakes are high in fibre and protein and make a great meal Sunday morning or Tuesday night.
Monday is Canada Day, a time for celebrations and summer get togethers with family and friends. Here are gf and me’s top recipes for a great summer BBQ! Try one or two or put them all together for an unforgettable summer BBQ! Happy Canada Day!
If “we all scream for ice cream,” why is there gluten in it? Really, ice cream should be inherently gluten free but some brands aren’t and others may be cross contaminated. If you make it yourself, you KNOW it’s gf (and you can control the fat content). Besides, it’s fun to do and this recipe is soooo easy, your kids will want to do it. It makes about 5 cups of premium flavoured vanilla ice cream but can be used as a base for other flavours. See below for some suggestions, but the only limit is your imagination!
You will need an ice cream maker of some sort. We use a Cuisinart model and it works great, but if you don’t want to buy an expensive electronic model, try one of these ice cream balls from LL Bean instead.
Trimble Cake is a luxurious Orange Chiffon Cake that my mom always made for birthdays or special occasions. She would bake it in a tube pan and ice it with sticky and oh-so-sweet seven-minute frosting. But baked in an oblong pan, it adds a delicious twist to strawberry shortcake, which is how it is prepared here. It’s named after the neighbour who generously gave my mom her amazing recipe.
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What is Geoff’s Chicken? Melt-in-your-mouth-tender pieces of chicken in a creamy tomato and onion sauce with hints of garlic and just a bit of peppery heat. Serve with rice and a tossed salad for a complete meal!
This is a conversion of one of Geoff’s all-time favorite meals. It takes a bit of time in the oven, but it’s super easy to prepare.
Fresh, light, and intensely fruity … who doesn’t love an icy cold sorbet on a hot summer’s day? It’s also surprisingly easy to make, and this version is chock full of vitamin C, beta-carotene, and dietary fibre. Not to mention, totally gluten and dairy free! Don’t have mango? Any fruit will do!
Make this even more kid-friendly by freezing the sorbet in muffin cups with popsicle sticks or in a fun popsicle mold. They’ll LOVE it!
In this dish, sweet and savory come together to transport you to paradise. Satay is perfect party fare – especially when served with peanut sauce – but we like it so much, we pair it with jasmine rice and stir fry vegetables for a light meal.
Marinate the chicken overnight and you can have dinner ready in in 30 minutes!
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Like coconut and caramel? You’ll love this gluten free square. The not-too-sweet base melts in your mouth like shortbread and is complimented by the gooey rich coconut-caramel topping. Delightful! And this square is not only gluten free – it uses coconut flour to enhance the basic flavour. Easy to make and even easier to eat 😉 this may become one of your go-to recipes for the holidays! (Scroll down for the recipe.)
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