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Gluten/corn/rice/potato -Free Recipes...please!

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As well as not being able to eat gluten, I also have a sensitivity to corn, rice and potatoes. Does anyone have some dessert recipes that they might have that don't have any of those ingredients in it? Thanks!

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Baked Apples are really good!

6 large apples

3/4 cup brown sugar

1/2 cup raisins

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon nutmeg

1 tablespoon butter

Wash and core apples, then remove a 1 inch strip of peel around the middle of each apple; place in a 2-quart shallow baking dish.

Combine sugar, raisins, cinnamon, nutmeg and brown sugar in a small bowl; fill the center of each apple and dot with 1/2 teaspoon of the butter. Add just enough water to baking dish to cover the bottom of the dish; bake, uncovered, at 350

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http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com/2007/01/flourless-chocolate-cake_11.html

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/flourless-peanut-butter-cookies/detail.aspx

Also, google "Elana's Pantry" and you will find a blogger that makes most of her recipes with almond or coconut flour. I think all of her recipes are grain free and gluten free.

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Search for The Spunky Coconut, I believe she does a lot of cooking like this.

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Some of my all-time favourite desserts are naturally gluten-free. How about meringues or pavlova? Pavlova looks impressive, SO simple to make and tastes amazing. Same with dacquoise - it is layers of almond and hazelnut meringue chocolate (or other flavour) buttercream. Panna cotta is also lovely. Oh, and granita! So cool and refreshing. Or roasted pears with caramel sauce? The last one I've listed is strawberry semifreddo.

http://www.grouprecipes.com/11104/gateau-dacquoise.html

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/4258/pavlova (you do not need to add cornstarch - I've made it many times and have never used it)

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/panna-cotta/ (I like to add lemon zest)

http://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/2011/06/watermelon-granita

http://www.canadianliving.com/food/strawberry_granita.php (I also add a touch of balsamic)

http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/roasted-pears-with-caramel-sauce/detail.aspx

http://www.finecooking.com/recipes/strawberries-cream-semifreddo.aspx

ETA: Chocolate Torte, Floating Islands, Fruit de Pate

http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Fran-Bigelows-Deep-Chocolate-Torte

http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Floating-Islands

http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/raspberry-pate-de-fruit

Edited by love2travel

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A while back, I saw a blogger who was doing dried fruit salads for a while. There are some great combos, especially when you include dried fruit and nuts. 3 or 4 delicious ingredients, a quick soak in little lemon/orange/pineapple juice or syrup, maybe a few dashes of spices, and you're in good shape. This time of year, it would bea easy to do one or two fresh fruits with one dried fruit. I've done apricots in pineapple juice with canned pineapple and toasted almonds. It was delicious. If you're love2travel, you'd pull out the rose water, orange flower water, steeped lavender flowers, or even just a little limoncello to dress it up. If you want a recipe, it would be something like this but I skip the overnight and just soak for 20-30 minutes in hot or a couple hours in cold liquid.

http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/main-ingredient/fruit-/dried-fruit-salad-with-yoghurt-and-nuts.html

I like dried fruit and nuts dipped in dark dark chocolate, either as individual pieces or as little turtle type candies. Homemade peanut butter/almond butter cups are pretty awesome. Stuff dates with almonds/almond paste and dip in chocolate; roll in toasted minced almonds. You can do the same with pistachios.

Flan!! I've become a flan eater.

"no-bake" cookies like these: http://glutenfreehomemaker.com/2011/06/chocolate-no-bake-cookies-raggedy-robins/

And... buckeyes (peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate) in the Ohio sense.

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A while back, I saw a blogger who was doing dried fruit salads for a while. There are some great combos, especially when you include dried fruit and nuts. 3 or 4 delicious ingredients, a quick soak in little lemon/orange/pineapple juice or syrup, maybe a few dashes of spices, and you're in good shape. This time of year, it would bea easy to do one or two fresh fruits with one dried fruit. I've done apricots in pineapple juice with canned pineapple and toasted almonds. It was delicious. If you're love2travel, you'd pull out the rose water, orange flower water, steeped lavender flowers, or even just a little limoncello to dress it up. If you want a recipe, it would be something like this but I skip the overnight and just soak for 20-30 minutes in hot or a couple hours in cold liquid.

http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/main-ingredient/fruit-/dried-fruit-salad-with-yoghurt-and-nuts.html

I like dried fruit and nuts dipped in dark dark chocolate, either as individual pieces or as little turtle type candies. Homemade peanut butter/almond butter cups are pretty awesome. Stuff dates with almonds/almond paste and dip in chocolate; roll in toasted minced almonds. You can do the same with pistachios.

Flan!! I've become a flan eater.

"no-bake" cookies like these: http://glutenfreehomemaker.com/2011/06/chocolate-no-bake-cookies-raggedy-robins/

And... buckeyes (peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate) in the Ohio sense.

You know me so well! :D

Great idea re dried fruit salads and dipping in chocolate. I haven't dipped in chocolate for a long time. Dried apricots, blueberries, cranberries etc. are wonderful in salads with torn buffalo milk mozzarella or ricotta and something crunchy like toasted macademia nuts or pecans or something peppery like arugula and peppered almonds.

Thanks for the dried fruit reminder! :)

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Thanks everyone! :)

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Grain free foodies also do grain and potato free stuff. All the recipes on my blog linked from my profile are, too, though we don't have a bunch of deserts yet.

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Hi,

Welcome to this place. And by the way... Contact me if you need a food tester to try any recipes on.

Hungry, will travel!

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http://www.elanaspantry.com/lemon-rosemary-mini-muffins/

These are pretty awesome, even using rosemary ground from dried. Sub'ing in lavendar flowers and adding a dollop of plum jam in the place of hte rosemary also made a delicious sweeter version.

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