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Gluten, Milk, Egg And Whey Free Recipes

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I am really needing help with coming up with some recipes. My family of 6 has been on a gluten free diet for about 1 1/2 now. We recently found out that are 3 yrs old is allergic to milk, eggs and whey. Fixing foods has been a problem. Shopping is as hard as fixing foods. There are not alot of places that even sale gluten free items much less milk free. I have always been a plane jane cook. Meats, veg, fruit and bread. With all of these allergies I'm having to learn how to cook and not doing to well at it. My family love fresh veg. and fruits. However getting children to try new foods have been a chore. ages range from 12 to 3. I've tried new spices on the meats to give it a different flavor. That only goes so far. If any one has any recipes that will work for our diet it would be most helpful. I also need a good recipe for bread. Biscuits, rolls, light breads. We use soy milk or rice milk. I do have ener-g egg replacer. However my bread just dont turn out right. I dont know what I'm doing wrong. I have a bread machine but my bread still dosen't work out right. I haven't found any mixing around where I live that are milk and eggs free. There are alot that are gluten free. I need a recipe from scratch that will work in the oven or bread maker.


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Gluten Free Quick and Easy by Carol Fenster is a good book for gluten-free/df/ef recipes.

My dd is a gluten-free/vegan so here are some recipes that will help.

Our fav waffles:

tips: I use 1 1/2 cups milk and keep a banana in the freezer, just thaw and mash, spray waffle iron and don't over fill it, wrap and freeze for the toaster, makes about 15 waffles. I put berries in my dh waffles and mini chocolate chips in mine, dd like hers plain or makes a hashbrown sandwich :blink:

mm... banana bread:

tips: make it into muffins, wrap and freeze individually for a fast snack or breakfast.

sweet potato casserole:

tips: be sure to use a gluten-free flour

Focaccia (white) bread:

tips: I dab the olive oil on it with the plastic wrap, make 2- 8" square pans and use the leftovers to make bread crumbs or french toast:

egg free french toast:

tips: I use light olive oil, my dd loves this french toast. I leave the bread in square slices or cut it into strips and you can use agave nectar or honey for the corn syrup. I also use maple syrup for the molasses.

sw chicken chili

bean w/ bacon soup:

rice and beans:

you can add the cheese to your own serving if needed

mexican pie:

tips: I use this for the flour mix- 1 cup sorghum mix, 1 tsp. baking powder, 1/4 tsp. baking soda, 1/2 tsp. xanthan gum. You can top it any way you desire before baking: chicken, taco meat, corn, olives, beans, cheese... Then after baking- fresh veggies, cheese, olives... Make 2 pies, each 1/2 and 1/2 of your family favorites and please them all at the same time.

mexican spaghetti:


I have yet to make these a little bigger and use for breadsticks or just for dipping. I spray them with olive oil instead of using egg.

Here are 2 good recipes for pizza crust you could turn into bread sticks

scroll to Ridgewalker's post.

I use garlic salt and some italian seasoning.

stir fry is quick and easy, I use braggs liquid aminos for the soy sauce.

Replacement ideas: you can sub these for cheese depending on your recipe: broken tortilla chips or gluten-free fritos on soups or on casseroles. Mashed potatoes either white or sweet, creamed corn, for fillings in casseroles like lasagna or enchiladas.

Sorry but I can't help you with your other bread problems, my dh and I are not allergic and other dd eats eggs and dairy.

If I think of some more ideas I will post them. :P


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