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For some family friendly recipes that are gluten-free but not too complicated, I like http://www.imaceliac.com/recipes

 

As far as regular cookbooks go, any crock pot cookbook will work for us Celiacs, you just have to sub in gluten-free ingredients which usually is no big deal.  There are a lot of websites that do crock pot freezer meals, I have made those up for when I had a surgery and could do nothing, and those would probably be nice for you having kids taking up your time.  I like to look at cookbooks at my local library, and I only buy them if I really like them.   Most cookbooks I only like one or two recipes, and I will just hand copy those before they are due back to the library.

 

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A lot of us here who don't have as much time but still have to cook from scratch do a lot of batch cooking.  Cook up more than you need and freeze, and things like casseroles are really good for that.  Taco meat, soups, a lot of things freeze really well.  That way you can do the work of one meal and have it carry over for a few more.


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My fav "go to" when I run out of time is to mix about 1/4 cup or so coconut oil with some organic mustard and a little water making a sauce. Stir it up, pour over chicken. Add some capers if you want. Bake and serve.

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Most recipes from any cook book can be easily adapted to gluten free. This excludes baking, which is a whole other can of worms.

As for Crock pot recipes, I love Phyllis Pellman Good's "Fix It and Forget It" and "Fix it and Forget It Lightly". These are paperback and not too expensive.

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