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Gluten Free Dairy Free Potluck Ideas
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Hi all,

I am wondering if you could post your favorite potluck food so that I can get some ideas for an event I need to attend on Monday at my child's preschool.

Thanks!

Terri

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Hi all,

I am wondering if you could post your favorite potluck food so that I can get some ideas for an event I need to attend on Monday at my child's preschool.

Thanks!

Terri

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Can you post a recipe for YOUR favorite pot-luck food? Maybe we can help you convert it to gluten-free DF.

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Hi all,

I am wondering if you could post your favorite potluck food so that I can get some ideas for an event I need to attend on Monday at my child's preschool.

Thanks!

Terri

I'm making scalloped or au gratin potatos for a Cristmas dinner. Is your lunch for adults or kids?

best regards, lm

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I'm making scalloped or au gratin potatos for a Cristmas dinner. Is your lunch for adults or kids?

best regards, lm

My potluck is for adults and children. I don;t think I could do au gratin because of the cheese.

My favorite types of potluck recipes are the kind with noodles and pasta sauce and cheese! I'm not sure if that's helpful or not. I love tinkyada noodles and I can have goat's cheese. Any other ideas?

Terri

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There is a soy sour cream and soy cream cheese, both dairy-free--maybe those could help substitute for your cheese ingredients? Also, many delicious cheeses are made from sheep's milk--can you have those?

Maybe you could just make your favorite recipes, but use Tinkyada and cheese substitutes?

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Can you take a crock pot? How about a Chicken Taco Soup, without cheese or sour cream.

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I took squash soup to a potluck tonight. Very easy. Just takes time.

Cut 3 acorn squash in half. Put a tsp. of brown sugar and sprinkle of cinnamon and nutmeg in the cavities and a tsp. of butter substitute(ghee or earthbalance) and bake them on a sheet in the oven for 1 -1 1/2 hrs. at 350. Saute 1/2 an onion and 2 ribs chopped celery in some olive oil in a stock pot until tender. Add 1 clove minced garlic and 6 sage leaves. Add the squash that's been scoped out of the skins. Pour in 4 cups chicken broth and season with salt, pepper, and dash cayenne pepper. Add soymilk(or almond milk) and additional broth to your liking. Puree half or all of the soup. You could transfer it to a crockpot.

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My favorite types of potluck recipes are the kind with noodles and pasta sauce and cheese! I'm not sure if that's helpful or not. I love tinkyada noodles and I can have goat's cheese. Any other ideas?

Yes, Paula Deen's Baked Spagetti, YUM!

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/re...6_24294,00.html

I successfully made this gluten-free with tinkayada pasta (I used fettucini) and instead of making the sauce I used what I had on hand, Amy's Family Marinara (I used 1 1/2-2 jars). Instead of the cow's milk cheese you can use your goat cheese.

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